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Spread Offense Run Plays – Using the Quarterback as a Running Option

A big part of many spread offense run plays involve using the Quarterback (QB) as a running option. This enables the offense to gain an extra number in the run game, and also increase the amount of defenders in conflict.… Continue Reading

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Read Option Football (Spread Series) – Using Wing Attachments

If you watch any spread offenses in college football chances are you have seen them use a Wing or what is often referred to as a “H-Back”. The wing is best described as a hybrid TE/Full back in the spread… Continue Reading

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Read Option Football (Spread Series) – Third Level Defender Reads

In the last article we talked about 2nd level reads and RPOs. The principles of 3rd level reads are exactly the same as 2nd level reads and are always executed as a RPO. The receiver’s aim is to win leverage… Continue Reading

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Spread Offense Pass Plays – Using Deep Pass Concepts to Take Advantage of the Defense

Deep passing concepts are an important part of any good offense that is able to manipulate the defense and take advantage of the coverages presented in front of them. Most spread offense deep pass plays are run from 3 or… Continue Reading

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Spread Offense Pass Plays – Using Deep Pass Variations to Attack the Defense

One aspect of spread offensive football is throwing on deep passing routes in order to move the ball down the field quickly to get into scoring position. Using deep passing concepts allows offenses to make big chunk yardage, gain momentum… Continue Reading

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