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Digital Playbook Only
This is VOLUME 2 of the complete Wing-T Manual.
It contains Chapters 1-4, 11-16 of the larger, comprehensive manual.
Volume 2 Playbook contains 134 Pages
This manual is a systematic way to teach the Wing T Offense based on the system developed by college coach and Tennessee Hall-of-Famer Herschel Moore. Moore is also credited for developing the Jet Sweep and making it a staple of high school and college offenses east of the Mississippi River. Tubby Raymond themselves went to Moore to learn about the Jet sweep.
Most teams run Delaware’s Wing-T by the book, with only 3-4 basic series, never jumping into unbalanced formations, and always using the same blocking schemes. Traditional Wing-T teams also do not pass the ball often. The Holmes system has the ability to pass the ball more the years you have a QB who can throw, or run an expanded option game the years your QB is a runner. Holmes also added the midline and the veer and loves using unbalanced formations.
SECT ONE: FOUNDATION & FRAMEWORK
The evolution of the system by Moore and Holmes, followed by learning the roots of the Wing-T system in order to truly understand the “why” behind the play calls and drills. Holmes details the type of player he looks for in each position, then goes thru all the formations, shifts, & trades that have been the key to Holmes setting multiple Georgia scoring records and having the 3rd leading rushing team in the nation.
SECT THREE: PASS GAME
This book has a complete Pass Section showing you how to attack each coverage. Holmes’ play action pass game is much more expansive than most Wing-T offenses and his use of 3-step and sprint out only further opens up the running game. His simple pass protection schemes are easy to install in practices that devote the majority of the time to the running game.
PASS PROTECTION schemes that require very little practice time;QUICK passing game that gives your athletes the ball in space;SPRINT OUT off Jet motion putting edge defenders in conflict with the QB run threat