This week’s action was full of some really interesting stuff. Among some of the best that caught my eye:
- a drop kick onside followed by a TE throwback for a TD
- a new way to kick out the c-gap defender on power
- Memphis running the muddle huddle
- funky punt formation from New England
- A fat guy screen for a touchdown
Check all that, and more, out below.
I have also taught the J-Block for power for the fullback / sniffer, but really like this
I always taught the FB on @RunThePower to step with the inside foot first and take a banana path, but now I teach it more like this where the FB gets tight behind the OT and makes a 90 degree turn to kick out the DE.#flhsfbchat https://t.co/vZrasXXzmG pic.twitter.com/RBSs1huOfL
— Barry Hoover (@BarryHoover) October 7, 2019
Really like the way the Panthers isolation of the best offensive player on a linebacker
Great route by Christian McCaffrey. Watch him sell the route with a complete turn—many RBs wouldn’t have done this and it’s what wins him that one step in the wrong direction from Miles Jack that is the difference between reception and TD reception. pic.twitter.com/y1bvPLKDSk
— Matt Waldman (@MattWaldman) October 6, 2019
Little double dip here. How many people knew you could do this? Then the design for the touchdown pass is beautiful.
Oregon St went with a drop kick onside attempt which they recovered … and then scored on the following play with Y Throwback. So beautiful. pic.twitter.com/31W5PqAhcg
— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) October 6, 2019
Memphis getting tricky
Memphis running Muddle Huddle for a 2-Pt Conversion pic.twitter.com/w304WG9RzL
— Coach Dan Casey (@CoachDanCasey) October 7, 2019
This corner blitz from Kirby Smart and Georgia worked to absolute perfection
Georgia's defense? A bunch of Dawgs 💪 pic.twitter.com/G7ZAfa1NgF
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) October 6, 2019
Anyone see the advantage to this alignment?
— Christopher Moriarty (@Coach_Moriarty) October 6, 2019
The old offensive lineman screen!
This is what heaven must be like pic.twitter.com/wflOEKpHQH
— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) October 5, 2019
Really interesting way to run switch verticals
UCF running Switch (Post/Fade) at 15yds
🔀 The Switch happens late – after the Defense locks on in Cover 2 or Quarters
Field Smash pic.twitter.com/o93CRCyJX4
— Coach Dan Casey (@CoachDanCasey) October 2, 2019