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Air Raid Ground Game

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© August, 2013


by Rich Hargitt
Passing Game Coordinator and Receivers Coach • Ashbrook High School (NC)

By following specific blocking responsibilities, the run game  can be effective in the air raid offense.

The Air Raid offense is a system that features a great deal of pass-first mechanics and timing. The majority of the practice time and “scheme” time is spent on the passing game and so the offense rightly gets the moniker of a pass-happy system. However, many air raid teams  have been very effective at running the football. This is mainly because most air raid teams keep the run game very simple and, therefore, this aspect of the offense gets a great deal of time to work on repetitions. There are so many thin ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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