The Complete Air Raid Offense System Series

The Complete Air Raid Offense System Series
The Complete Air Raid Offense System Series
Item# FD-05107
$299.99
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Product Description

  • Improve your Football coaching!
  • Implement the same "four vertical" pass concept used by Mike Leach to spearhead his prolific Air Raid offense at Texas Tech
  • Learn how to install and run a fast tempo offense without a lot of confusing calls and adjustments
  • Attack the perimeter of any defense with lightning speed
  • Develop an arsenal of high percentage passes that can beat the blitz
  • Convert critical third downs and keep your offense moving
  • Discover the finer details and key coaching points of the "Air Raid" offense as you learn how to structure practices to develop and prepare athletes for it
with Chris Hatcher,
Georgia Southern University Head Coach;
2004 AFCA National Coach of the Year;
former Valdosta State University Head Coach,
2004 NCAA Division II National Champions

In Air Raid Offense I, Coach Hatcher reveals the secrets that have made Valdosta State an offensive juggernaut in DII college football today. Hatcher covers the crossing route series, mesh package, and shallow crossing route series that allowed his teams to win 46 of the first 52 games he coached at VSU. This is an offense that works effectively from multiple formations and within multiple offensive schemes. Each position is broken down with emphasis on routes for backs and receivers, rules to follow versus man coverage, 2-deep zone coverage, and 3-deep zone coverage. Each segment features game footage to demonstrate how the plays should look when run correctly and what reads should be made. Air Raid Offense II and Drills for the Air Raid Offense are excellent compliments to Air Raid Offense I.

44 minutes. 2004.


with Chris Hatcher,
Georgia Southern University Head Coach;
2004 AFCA National Coach of the Year;
former Valdosta State University Head Coach,
2004 NCAA Division II National Champions

In Air Raid Offense II, Hatcher covers the third key to the Air Raid Offense: utilizing your tight end and slot receiver. Coach Hatcher teaches and diagrams plays that add diversity to your offense without confusing your players. Some quarterbacks who have excelled under the Air Raid offense are Duante Culpepper (Minnesota Vikings), Tim Couch (Cleveland Browns), and Dusty Bonner (2-time Harlan Hill Trophy Winner). Y-stick, Y-corner, all-curl, and Y-crossing are a few of the plays Hatcher shares that can be easily incorporated into your offense. Hatcher also covers progressive reads to make any quarterback successful in this offense.

50 minutes. 2004.


with Chris Hatcher,
Georgia Southern University Head Coach;
2004 AFCA National Coach of the Year;
former Valdosta State University Head Coach,
2004 NCAA Division II National Champions

Coach Hatcher covers all the offensive drills you need to put your players in position to be successful running the Air Raid Offense! Six main drills are covered in extreme detail for added instruction. These are the same drills Coach Hatcher uses everyday in practice to develop his teams into high-powered offensive machines. They work such areas as the center quarterback exchange, quarterback drop, throwing accuracy, running crisp routes, and they simulate game situations. The benefit of these drills is the advance preparation simulated for players and your coaches for making offensive or defensive calls in frantic parts of the game. This video is a "must-see" for anyone looking for different ways to excite players and maximize practice time.

36 minutes. 2004.


with Hal Mumme,
Belhaven University Head Coach;
former New Mexico State University Head Coach

Hal Mumme's extensive resume has allowed him to see every offense in football. Using game footage, he shares some of the plays and explosive offensive strategies from the Air Raid Offense. Coach Mumme starts with warm-up drills. These drills are done at one-quarter speed in position groups. All receivers are involved in the noose & settle drill, which is a catch, tuck and turn up the field exercise. The pat & go is an individual drill for receivers that help develop the skill of looking the ball in over their shoulder. Performing a set of unit drills develops the quick game. A segment of quick screens is another important part of the practice routine. One-on-one passing versus defensive backs and the inside drill are valued drills within this offensive attack. Mumme wraps up this presentation with team drills and game plan.

47 minutes. 2007.


with Hal Mumme,
Belhaven University Head Coach;
former New Mexico Sta

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