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Proven Pass Protection — By The Numbers

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© August, 2006

by Bruce Hodgkinson
Retired Head Football Coach, Centerburg High School, Centerburg, Ohio

TO IMPROVE OUR teams passing game, we tried to simplify our drop-back pass protection to make it as easy as possible for our players.

The following scheme is simple for your players to learn and remember, yet extremely effective. It begins with three basic rules:

    The quarterback always sets up behind the inside cheek of our offensive tackle.

    We’ll utilize the tight end to help block on ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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