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    1 of my GL formations

    Post by xGRIDIRONxGURUx on Sat Jan 23, 2010 10:53 pm

    1 of my formations is called "BEAST" and i happened to come across a guy who actually does run this as well... this guy coaches in CA i think and he is just full of trick and unconventional plays... i guess thats why i found him actually running this...

    anyways... check this out... the "FAT DOUBLE" is the BEAST formation for his offense... where the 3 RB's are up behind the linemen in a row...



    the counters are where im going to really get some people after they get used to the 14 power so many times... then hand that sucker off coming back... but i will prob pull at least 1 OL... this guy doesnt seem to pull many people... i havent looked really close yet... so he may but from what i saw glancing over... he doesnt...

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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by zzzhadow on Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:02 pm

    He pulled a guard or tackle on the reverse, but for the most part, he used his 'Fats' to do the pulling.
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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by xGRIDIRONxGURUx on Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:09 pm

    yeah... i want to keep at least 2 of them blocking... prob pull the middle one... let the inside guy help fill for pulling G... and let the G and middle guy pull leading on a counter trey type...

    i really only plan to use this and my magnum set inside the 10 or maybe on a 3rd and 2... quick huddle... and no sound snap... have it in my pace changer category...

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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by LetsgoECU252 on Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:59 pm

    we ran something similare to this last year. i forget what it was called but it was unsuccessful. then again when we are out sized and out man'd it is hard to get anything going on O.
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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by ohgeez on Sun Jan 24, 2010 12:56 am

    my pops was a long time h.s. coach.... and for about the last 5-6 years his teams ran a power run attack.... mostly tradition full house/ power t forms and what they called a diamond formation. looked like this


    RB RB (line of scrimmage ^^) (im sure you guys have seen it)
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    they would go double tightend or even spread it out with 2 wr's. basically just the wishbone turned inside out.



    when i played for him in high school we were mostly in shotgun.... ace, ace twins and split formations..... alot of option choice, p.a. pass's into wr screens.... lol and alot of me tuckin it in and scramblin for the first. inside the ten we would go wishbone heavy and run a qb sweep..... it was dirty..... if that tackle sealed and didnt allow any penetration it was an easy walk into the endzone with 3 backs leading the way. lolol
    or we'd sell the sweep and bring the weak side te across on a delay and id lob it over the top.

    good ol glory days lol

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    Post by Guest on Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:17 am

    shit looks like the wildcat (no wr) with another blocker in the back, that QB is a fucking beast.
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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by ohgeez on Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:22 am

    ohgeez wrote:my pops was a long time h.s. coach.... and for about the last 5-6 years his teams ran a power run attack.... mostly tradition full house/ power t forms and what they called a diamond formation. looked like this


    RB RB (line of scrimmage ^^) (im sure you guys have seen it)
    RB

    they would go double tightend or even spread it out with 2 wr's. basically just the wishbone turned inside out.



    when i played for him in high school we were mostly in shotgun.... ace, ace twins and split formations..... alot of option choice, p.a. pass's into wr screens.... lol and alot of me tuckin it in and scramblin for the first. inside the ten we would go wishbone heavy and run a qb sweep..... it was dirty..... if that tackle sealed and didnt allow any penetration it was an easy walk into the endzone with 3 backs leading the way. lolol
    or we'd sell the sweep and bring the weak side te across on a delay and id lob it over the top.

    good ol glory days lol

    that didnt turn out how i wanted it lol...... it looks like an inside out wishbone
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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by xGRIDIRONxGURUx on Sun Jan 24, 2010 2:54 am

    LetsgoECU252 wrote:we ran something similare to this last year. i forget what it was called but it was unsuccessful. then again when we are out sized and out man'd it is hard to get anything going on O.

    yeah... this is for GL and short yardage only... my magnum is pretty nasty as well...

    its load option city... but can have the same type of counters as well... b/c of our zone blocking... we will be a HUGE bubble screen team... off the IZ PA...

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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by XwHiTeOnRiCeX on Sun Jan 24, 2010 5:31 pm

    That looks tough to defend especially if you have some athletes in the backfield
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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by BACKFIELDxAUTHORITY™ on Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:18 pm

    This is definitely a tricky GL formation to go against... If you use the 45 counter after the 14 power you will definitely catch somebody off guard. You could use this as your entire offensive scheme you could slowly wear down defenses and control the clock which is even more vital at the HS level. Maybe even put some big TE's in and send them in motion before the snap to give the defense something else to worry about and give it more of an option look. There would be no need to throw with this offense because you could just muscle out 3 yards a carry which results in less turnovers, first downs, and big plays later on. This offensive also sets up big passing plays which is nice to have in the back pocket. Love this formation with a little twist of course... Great post...
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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by starshaw on Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:09 am

    sweet i finally have someone to talk real football schemes with. i like this guy already.

    i take it your from ncaastrategies.com?


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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by BACKFIELDxAUTHORITY™ on Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:16 am

    No, I hardly even play NCAA anymore with college right around the corner
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    Re: 1 of my GL formations

    Post by starshaw on Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:17 am

    same here im trading it in once black ops comes out


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