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    Fight'n Hokie
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    Single Wing: Triple Spin

    Post by Fight'n Hokie on Sat Jan 23, 2010 10:35 am

    As some of you know, I love the Single Wing and have been studying and talking to coaches from around the counrty over the past couple of years. What I am about to show you is the Triple Spin Series. Some refer to it as Twin Spin as well. Imagine playing as a LB, and you have 3 RB's with their backs to the line of scrimmage at the snap of the ball and all of the sudden they all go in 3 different directions! Where is the ball!? LOL

    I have included 1 PA pass but there are more! Once you have ran the Power Series down a defenses throat along with Buck Lateral then start some Half, Full Spin, and then run Triple Spin....

    What this does is balance you out as a Defense and eliminate blitz and stunt packages, sure you may get lucky once or twice but for the most part you are made to sit, read, and catch! Not a great thing to do on defense...as I said...WHERE IS THE DANG BALL!?

    Hope you enjoy!
    My biggest referense is Tom Lewis, Head Coach at Plymouth High School in Ohio.


    The Halfback Off-Tackle Weak
    The Off tackle weak play is blocked by using the blocking back to kick out the end, while having the inside tackle pull and run the funnel through the hole. The rest of the line blocks their zone towards the pulling lineman. The wingback will go into motion just prior to the snap and mesh with the spinback and halfback. The ball will be snapped to the spinback who will quickly extend the ball across the mesh where it is taken by the halfback as he spins towards the off tackle. He is taught to secure the ball then snap his head around to find the blocking back who will kick out the defensive end. His path takes him right inside the kick out where he will jump in the hip pocket of the pulling tackle as he runs through. The spinback and wingback obviously execute their fakes selling that they have the ball to linebacker depth.





    The Wingback Sweep
    The Sweep is sometimes difficult to run versus a team that runs its ends up the field but can be deadly against reading teams. The line will block stretch to the strong side. The blocking back will hook the end and maintain the block for as long as possible. We also run a down scheme on sweeps where the line blocks down while the strong side guard pulls and funnels like the off tackle. The blocking back is responsible for the defensive end who he tries to hook but will kick out if he gets up field fast. The wingback will take the ball as he enters the mesh and try to hide it as he runs the path around the end. He can add to this by running great fakes on all other series plays. He needs to read the blocking backs block on the end and get o the perimeter as fast as possible.





    The Spinback Trap
    The spinback trap allows the spinback to take the snap and quickly spin before hitting the trap on the strong side. The line will allow the second defender from the outside to be trapped executing trap rules by blocking their zones towards the pulling lineman which is the weak side guard. The offensive linemen outside the trapped defend will block inside at the second level. This creates a great lane for the spinback to run through. The blocking back will false key for this play and usually block the end man on the strong side which in combination with the pulling guard creates a off tackle action. The Halfback and wingback sell their respective fakes.





    The Blocking Back Wedge
    One of the most effective plays out of the triple spin series is the blocking back wedge. The blocking back will take a short soft snap and bury himself up into the wall of wedge blocking offensive linemen. He will stay low and stay with the wedge until he sees it breakdown or he scores. The remaining backs all do their best fakes as they each execute their paths and sell the runs all the while the blocking back has the ball.





    Play Action Passing
    A pass off the triple spin series. It was from the wingback sweep pass, who is running the bootleg sweep. The routes are: the Play side TE drives off the line and gets up to linebacker depth then cuts it out to a flag route while the backside TE crosses the middle and runs a drag route setting down in an open area.

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    Re: Single Wing: Triple Spin

    Post by xGRIDIRONxGURUx on Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:02 pm

    out of my PRO set and TWINS set i am able to put this triple spin in... obviously its not as tight but same principles... also have some spinner and fly offense that of course anyone should know evolved from the triple spin itself...

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