No-Huddle Package Attacks Defensive Soft Spots
© April, 2002
by Jim Bob Bryant Quarterbacks And Running Backs Coach, Williamston High School, Williamston, N.C.
OUR PROGRAM had great success for several seasons using the Wing-T offense and variations of a Wing-T that utilized a one-back set with three and four receivers to spread the field and allowed us to vary our attacks. This type of attack enabled us to take advantage of our talent and we won two state championships.
In a subsequent season when we didnít have the athletes that we had in the past, we decided to install a no-huddle offense, which we used about 30 percent of the time. After a 2-3 start, we began using our no-huddle offense more often. We won nine straight games and competed in our third state championship in a 6-year span.
Exploits Defensive Changes
Our no-huddle offense consists of four wide-outs and one running back. This package allows us to make coaching decisions that ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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