Key Breakers in the Wing-T Waggle
© February, 2010
by Greg Christodulu Assistant Football Coach, Shenendehowa High School (NY)
It gives me great pleasure to share some ideas regarding the “Greatest Play” in football. Some of the concepts may be implemented in any system, but for the Wing-T, the concepts should be a neatly-managed package that will enhance not only your waggle, but your entire offense.
In keeping with the fundamental principals of the Delaware Wing-T, the waggle can have a number of alternatives, limited only to one’s creativity, imagination, and ability to execute. Some of these concepts will create additional conflicts for defensive personnel. These “Key Breakers” will create an unknown factor to your opponent. This unknown factor may surprise an opponent or could add a sense of doubt ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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