Split-Flow and ISO Two-Back Run Scheme
© June, 2013
by L. D. Green Sr. Offensive Line Coach • Trinity University (TX)
You can confuse any defense by implementing this scheme.
Our basic philosophy in our running game is to give the defense two or three different formations and vary our blocking schemes with a mixture of gap, zone, and man with multiple personnel groups. This has enabled us to become a very balanced offensive team which has given us great success in the run and passing game. This past season, the Split-Flow and ISO scheme resulted in a 6-yard average per carry. What was initially a complement to our power game became a main staple in our offensive gameplan, resulting in the Split-Flow and ISO accounting for approximate ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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