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An Effective Motion System For Your Offense

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© April, 2008


by Rick Bouch
Former High School Head Coach and Consultant
The primary goal of any offense is to score points. In order to do so, an offense must do several things to achieve success. One element of an offense that can give it an advantage over a defense is the use of formations. Using a variety of formations can force defenses into certain sets, giving an offense an advantage. Another element that can be used to gain an advantage is the use of motion. Motion can create confusion for a defense, giving an offense yet another advantage. However, motion systems can sometimes get wordy and make an offense more difficult to learn.
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