5 Best Quick Game Passing Concepts

Here is a look at some of the best quick game passing concepts. These passing concepts can be implemented on the youth football level very easily. Most of these passing concepts are off of play-action.

1. Stick Concept

2. Seams / TE Pop

3. Go-out

4. Arrow Concept

5. Flood

Defending the Wing-T out of the 4-2-5 Defense

Since the Age of the Spread Offense one of the most unique offenses to defend has become the Delaware Wing-T. Teams around the country simply do not see the Wing-T as much as we used to 15 – 20 years ago.

Setting the Strength on Defense | Aligning to the Spread 

Defense’s for the longest time have always set the front to the Tight End and with a four-man front that sent our 3 technique to the Tight End. Some coordinators swapped weak and strong defenders and even rotate secondary based on strength.

Youth and High School Integration

The goal of this article is to explore and discuss the relationship between the local High School and the local youth programs. What is exactly the role of the local Youth program in regards to the local High School program?