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Time-Tested Passing Game Concepts Out Of 1- And 2-Back Formations
© April, 2006
by Chuck Lee
Head Football Coach, Williamsburg Schools, Williamsburg, Kan.
A SUCCESSFUL PASSING game can be the great equalizer for less-talented and undersized teams.
Our program is a small-enrollment school that participates in 8-man football and we must have at least 26 players in order to keep our second assistant coach on a yearly basis. By utilizing the passing game in 8-man football, it allows us to play two wideouts on particular formations. We can rotate the less physical players into the game and keep many players involved.
There are several other reasons why a passing game can be an important part of a football program.
If physical match-ups at the line of scrimmage do not favor your team, a quick passing game allows you to pass block aggressively for an adequate amount of time.
By having your opponent know that you may throw the ball at any time, you may reduc ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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