Coach: Alan Haire

Texas Slot-T Tempo Offense


Texas Slot-T Tempo Offense

Why the Slot-T?

Texas Slot-T Tempo Offense

Why the Slot-T?

Now that the spread offense has taken hold as the offense of choice for most programs today, the Slot-T has become a unique offense that is difficult to counter this trend as defenses are designed to combat wide formations and passing sets and not a downhill run attack! Alan Haire's Slot-T offense is the perfect answer for coaches who lack the personnel needed to run the up-tempo spread offense, and will present numerous challenges to more modern defenses. This approach will allow you the unique ability to have your opponent scrambling to prepare every week!

Learn how to run the football versus any defense despite potential differences in talent. See how players line up in four-point stances and use angle blocking to maximize "get off" on the snap to defeat larger, more talented teams. The team-oriented schematic structure emphasizes team football as opposed to one or two players being asked to make all of the plays.

It's an old-school style of football with an emphasis on running the football with a physical mindset.
It's difficult to prepare for since very few teams run this style of offense.
"Four second football" approach that will have your opponent on their heels all game.
Formations and Terminology

The video are the basic formation, line splits, and attributes Coach Haire would like to see in each position on offense. The offense uses a strong side and a quick side. The offensive line utilizes the rare tactic of flipping the offensive line, which allows for simplicity in blocking rules as one scheme can be used for two plays. Simple formations and motions add flexibility to the offense.

Simple formations such as "A Right"/ "A Left"
Simple motion terms
Triple digit play terminology simplifies the learning
Base offensive series and how the plays fit together
Killer Tempo

The use of the "Sugar" huddle is the great equalizer for the Slot-T. Coach Haire will demonstrate how to use the huddle as a weapon to tire your opponents out, while running a multiple tempos to attack the defense (Whistle, Jet & Auto). Further the video will detail how to install and practice at this pace while still teaching and developing your players effectively.

1. What this talk will cover
2. Why the Slot-T
3. Basic Formation A-RT
4. Position Requirements
5. Huddle
6. Practice Session - Huddle
7. Scrimmage - Tempo Coming out of Huddle
8. Sugar or Red Ball Top 10 Tempos
9. Whistle Tempo
10. Jet Tempo
11. Automatic Tempo
12. Tempo Installation
13. Slot-T Tempo
14. Slot-T Tempo (Continuation)
15. Q&A - What is your cadence
16. Q&A - Do your 10 red ball plays stay in the same formation?
17. Q&A - Do splits change with formational plays?

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