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Try The Shuffle Option From A No-Back Set

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© April, 2001

by John Each
Assistant Football Coach Muscatine High School, Muscatine, Iowa

ITS TIME TO COMBINE the great equalizers of the passing game and option football. To accomplish this, we like to use a no-back set in our passing game.

This offense reduces the number of defensive fronts that you will see and forces the defense to show its hand on most of their blitz schemes.

When linebackers see a no-back set they deepen t ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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