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Gun-Option Offense Takes Aim At The End Zone

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© October, 2005


by Jim Bob Bryant
Head Coach, Greene Central High School, Snow Hill, N.C.

SHOTGUN OFFENSES ARE basically viewed as passing offenses. Our offense is a combination of the wing-T, I-formation, West Coast offense and wishbone all rolled into a shotgun approach.

Our ideal play-calling combination for a game would be passing 45 percent of the time and running the ball 55 percent of the time although its predicated on the type of defense were facing from game-to-game and from down-to-down.

We like to use the triple- and double-option out of the shotgun to complement the running game. If the defenders are ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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