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Developing A Big-Time Passing Attack

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© June, 2001


by Charlie Stubbs
Quarterbacks Coach, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

WHEN DEVELOPING a passing attack, itís important to build a system that fits your athletesí abilities and gets your 11 best players on the field.

A coach must be able to adapt to any specific situation and deal with personnel of varying degrees of skill and talent. Once you have a handle on the type of athletes that you will have for the season, design an offense that fits your team accordingly.

Evaluate Your Personnel
Itís important to evaluate all of your offensive positions, not just the quarterback. This will enable you to blend their ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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