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The Most Versatile Blocking System in all of Football

Today’s article will look at Shotgun Counter Tre, Gun Zone Read, and the RPOs of the GROUND STRIKE system. They were the #2 rushing offense in all Division II in NCAA with 352 ypg.  During Lee’s time at Eastern, two running backs have set single-season rushing records with 1,881 yds (2019), 1,611 yards (2014) and

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The Most Versatile Blocking System in all of Football

We have been doing an email series covering 2-time Georgia state champion Roger Holmes Wing-T offense.   Who is Roger Holmes?  He has been a head coach for 30 years, winning 240 games and 8 region championships.  And he has played in three state title games in football crazy Georgia. Last week we covered his versatile

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Seven Ways to Block Buck Sweep

We sent out an email on Friday taking an in-depth look at Holmes blocking system that was developed by Hall-of-Fame legend Herschel Moore. Holmes has won 240 games and played for 3 GA state championships, winning two, including 2019 This blocking system starts by assigning each lineman and back a letter to determine who pulls

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The most versatile blocking system in all of football

From the first moment that I met Roger Holmes in 2013, I immediately knew that this guy knew football.  I mean really knew football.  At the time I was feeling pretty confident in my Wing-T knowledge.  We were coming off a 12-1 season, setting all sorts of school records in my 14th year running the

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TB in pistol or offset in Shotgun?

Here is an email that I replied to: On 2015-11-06 05:07, Kevin Schelb wrote: Coach Stewart, This past year our QB was one of our most dynamic players and we really made some efforts to feature him running the ball by getting into the gun. We ran we QB Belly, QB Down, QB Bucksweep, and a QB Counter

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Pistol Wing T Short Yardage

We have two short yardage packages, TUBBY and THUMPER.  However, Belly 47-G (belly sweep) is by far our best play on the goal line.   Tubby We put both tackles and our TE on one side of the fomation and our X at the opposite tackle (sometimes we sub in our 2nd string TE).  There

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