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Using Shifts, Motions In The Punting Game Keeps Opponents On Their Heels

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© June, 2004


by Matt Miers
Head Freshmen Coach, Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

THE PUNT IS ONE of the scariest plays in football. The sound of the “double-thud” of a blocked punt is one of the most sickening sounds a coach will ever hear. This is a sound we’ll do everything in our power to avoid.

Our program approaches the punt team as if it’s the most important unit on the team. The players on the punt team have an enormous amount of responsibility. They must hold their blocks long enough to prevent a blocked punt and then must quickly release and get downfield to pre ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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