Stay at Home Football Part 3: Leo Loop Blitz out of our 3-5 Stack

The Leo Loop Blitz is a gap exchange between our outside linebacker and our stacked linebacker. The Play-side DE slants down and our Rip and Dog linebackers scrap over the top. This is a great way to defend the Power play as it will allow you to squeeze down blocks, take on the kick-out, and it will get the play spilled.

4 Ways to Run the Double Wing Power Play

The Double Wing Offense is one of the best offenses for youth football. It will allow you to get multiple blockers at the point of attack.

Understanding the Zone Blocking Scheme

Introduction  When it comes with understanding the zone blocking scheme in football-our base run play is known as inside zone and will be installed on day one of practice. Our scheme is rooted in the research done by Alex Gibbs, Joe Bugel, and Russ Grimm.

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.