- Learn how to stretch the defense from sideline to sideline
- Learn how to block the outside zone against multiple fronts
- Discover four run play variations that protect the outside zone play and add diversity to the scheme
- Learn passing variations and open the deep play action when the defense over adjusts
with Lambert Brown, former Chaska (MN) High School Head Coach;
2013 Missota Conference Champs; 2013 Missota Coach of the Year; led Chaska to the state semi-finals in 2013
Building on years of experience in traditional triple option football, Lambert Brown has created a system that is easy to implement into any offensive scheme. Why the outside zone? Coach Brown gives you several reasons that the outside zone play should be part of your offense. With the outside zone you get:
- simple rules,
- three possible points of attacks,
- the opportunity to make the defense play assignment football,
- the ability to stretch the defense horizontally, and to open the deep passing play action game,
- an offense that doesn't require a back with great speed but one that has good feel and vision
Coach Brown emphasizes these points and tells you how they will help your offense.
Discover how his modified zone scheme simplifies the way the players learn it. In this presentation, Coach Brown not only teaches you the base outside zone play, he also shares four variations that protect it and add diversity to the overall scheme:
- Stretch - a predetermined give to the superback with quarterback booting away
- Jet Read - quarterback replaces the superback as the inside run man; superback leads on the jet
- Option - turns into a triple option with the quarterback keeping or giving the jet; the superback becomes the option man with the jet back pitching
- Speed Option - double option between quarterback and superback attacking the edge
These plays, which are blocked in the outside zone by the line, change the look in the backfield. In turn, this gives you the option of looking very complicated while teaching your players just one play on the line and then having your backs learn different ways to run them.
Coach Brown shows you how to identify defensive fronts using simple, common terminology. The outside zone play is drawn up against multiple fronts, followed by game footage showing how the play should be run.
In addition, Coach Brown provides four variations off of this base play that help protect it, forcing the defense to expand their game plan against this dynamic offense. You'll get an in-depth study of the outside zone and also learn how the stretch, jet, option and speed variations protect the outside zone play and add diversity to the overall scheme.
Any coach who runs the outside zone or is thinking about running it will get a great understanding of the play with this presentation.
58 minutes. 2015.Football Videos