Why We Run The Spread No-Huddle: The Methods Behind the Madness
© June, 2012
by Frank DiCicco Assistant Coach and Director of Player Developmen • Stillman College
We run the spread, no-huddle offense at Stillman College for a number of reasons, mainly because it:
• Pressures the defense in terms of alignment: Makes them have to defend every area of the field, every running lane and every passing zone. This creates a strain on the overall design of the defense, and puts a great deal of stress on individual defenders as well. This provides greater spacing, greater match-up advantages, and greater angles of attack for the offense to take advantage of. All these factors lead to greater opportunities to make plays.
• Pressures the defense in terms of assignment: Defenders have very little time to get the defensive call, ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
Current Subscriber first time here? Click Here to set up your password.|
NOT A SUBSCRIBER?|
Subscribe now to start receiving Gridiron Strategies magazine PLUS get INSTANT unlimited access to over
10 years of back issues including over 800 articles and 2000 diagrams ONLY available at www.GridironStrategies.com