- Hand-cuff a blitzing defense and force them to shift their alignment with offensive formation adjustments
- Integrate the option game into the Pistol Wing-T to create an offense that is extremely difficult to defend
- See multiple ways to attack the flank and loosen the tight six-man box
with Rick Stewart,
former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.
Rick Stewart gives you a blueprint for defeating the 3-3 defense with the Pistol Wing-T offense.
Wing-T coaches have often struggled versus this defense due to the number of defenders lined up between the offenses tackles. Coach Stewart explains several base alignments you can use against this defense and how you can force the defense to change their alignment by attacking different parts of the field.
The playbook is very similar to the traditional Wing-T, but with the quarterback off the line of scrimmage, the offense presents additional challenges to any defense. Stewart holds nothing back as he presents his concepts on reading defenses and calling plays.
Coach Stewart uses a count system to identify which defenders he will put in conflict. The system used to count and identify each member of the defense will help you decide whether to attack the middle, off tackle or flank of this defense. He diagrams how the eight defenders at Level 1 and 3 typically line up and how to use this information to your advantage. Coach Stewart offers a four part plan for attacking the eight man front.
Coach Stewart explains that you must attack the flanks of the defense early in the game. He describes the formations to use to spread the defense that will create problems for this defense - and how to exploit it. You will see live footage of the Pistol Wing-T and how the entire offense ties together creating a balanced attack.
Stewart uses the option game, Buck Sweep, and the Down and G Belly passes to attack the flank of the defense. The off tackle hole is attacked with the Outside Veer, Down, Buck Down, and the 36 G Lead. When the defense moves outside, you can attack the middle. You'll also see plays to run when the defense is chasing your motion back, which will open up other parts of your offense.
Coach Stewart will make you think about the way you call plays and help you design your offensive scheme so it will attack the weakness not the strength of the defense.
113 minutes. 2013.Football Videos