Midline and Outside Veer Plays from the Triple Option

Midline and Outside Veer Plays from the Triple Option
Midline and Outside Veer Plays from the Triple Option
Item# FD-02661B
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Product Description

  • Improve your Football coaching!
  • Learn from Kerry Coombs!
  • Take your team to the next level!
  • Learn from the best, to become your best!
with Kerry Coombs,
Ohio St. University Assistant Coach (Cornerbacks);
former University of Cincinnati Associate Head Coach/Defensive Backs Coach;
former Colerain HS (OH) Head Coach;
2004 Ohio State Champions and five Ohio High School state semifinal appearances

Colerain HS annually fields one of the top football teams in Ohio, based on their solid running attack and stingy defense. Coach Haynes feels that if only two of the three options are good players, you can still have a great attack. Starting with the Veer, Haynes breaks down the blocking schemes against the 50 defense player by player, as well as the schemes versus a 4-3 and a 3-3 Stack Defense. Line play depends on quickness and angles, not great size and strength. Haynes shows the 46 and 47 to run for the Veer, as well as the outside Veer. Midline is a run scheme that attacks the middle of the defense and involves the quarterback and the fullback. The midline option is called 40 and 41. The key is to make the defense think you are running the triple option. Haynes points out two important adjustments in the option. Marker board presentation and game footage help reinforce these teaching points and techniques. This DVD can guide you to run successfully against different alignments.

61 minutes. 2006.

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