Run-and-Shoot Offense: Shotgun Accuracy

Run-and-Shoot Offense: Shotgun Accuracy
Run-and-Shoot Offense: Shotgun Accuracy
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Product Description

  • Improve your Football coaching!
  • Learn from Dan Morrison!
  • Take your team to the next level!
  • Learn from the best, to become your best!
with Dan Morrison,
SMU Assistant Head Coach;
former University of Hawaii Quarterback Coach
While at Hawaii, Morrison helped develop NCAA all-time passing leader Timmy Chang and NCAA all-time touchdown pass leader Colt Brennan. In fact, Morrison produced All-Conference performers in five of his nine seasons. During Morrison's nine years as QB Coach at Hawaii, the Warrior offense ranked in the top five nationally in passing each year.

This DVD will explore the potent Shotgun Offense from the quarterback position -- arguably the most essential component to the Run-and-Shoot offense. As the mentor of the NCAA all-time passing leader, Timmy Chang, Coach Morrison has gained acclaim throughout the Western Athletic Conference as one of the leading quarterback coaches in collegiate football. Morrison begins by diagramming two pass routes -- the "Go Route" and the "Choice Route." The quarterback drop and the hip turn are two essential parts of this offense and are both studied extensively in this presentation. The drills and practice section of this DVD includes live footage on the field. Footwork, body position and posture are covered in this segment. The 20 yard drop drill develops footwork, keeping feet active and under the body. Throwing from the knees develops proper and accurate passing skills. The Knee drill strengthens the arm, stomach muscles and is crucial for quarterbacks in this system. Accuracy is the most important skill according to Morrison, followed by strength and footwork and quarterback ball handling. With game footage to enhance the presentation, Morrison shows the routes and teaching points that help the Warriors become one of the best passing programs in the US.

62 minutes. 2006.

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