The Beast Counter Belly Play is a great play that gives you power at the point of attack. Counter also adds an element of deception to the formation.
One of the major things that all defenses struggle to do well is line up correctly to a formation. Most coaches spend hours of practice time every week working with their team on how to correctly align to each formation.
Calling plays is one of the most stressful and rewarding experiences in football. There is no other sport such a large amount of pressure is put on the coach.
One of the most frustrating things that can occur when you are running an offense is to go against a blitz heavy team. This is true at all levels but is especially true at the youth league level.
Calling plays on offense is one of the hardest skills for a coach to develop. You have to put your players in a position to be successful while still accounting for the fact that the opposition might line up incorrectly and ruin all of your planning.
The A Gap Power Blocking Scheme is one of the most used run schemes in football. It allows the offense to get a double team at the point of attack while also bringing a Guard from the backside to lead up on the playside blocker.
The Ubbie Package is a simple way to give your playmakers space on the outside while also giving the defense a difficult formation to line up against. Through the use of Jet Sweep, a Jail Screen, and Counter this formation can attack the whole width of the field and exploit a weak point however the […]
The Single Wing Offense Jet Sweep Play is my favorite play out of the single wing formation. The Jet Sweep attacks the edge of the defense very quickly.
Wildcat Formation: Beast Right 16 Power Play is a direct snap play that attacks off-tackle. When we execute this play we will take out our QB and put in our best running back.
Single Wing Beast Formation with Zone Running Coach Demiko is the Head Coach & Offensive Coordinator for the UM Gators Jr Pee Wee team. The UM Gators play in the American Youth Football League.
Utilizing Motion in Your Offense The majority of youth football teams do not utilize any sort of motion in their offense. So if you decide to implement motion defenses will have a difficult time adjusting.