By Tony Demeo
A rare choice of a hundred and one ways in which coaches can hire varied diversifications of the choice of their team's offensive assault. Covers the split-back veer, wishbone, Woody s choice, Delaware wing-t, a number of I thoughts, one-back bone, midline alternative, shotgun choice, utilizing units and movement, in addition to device concepts and kicking-game innovations. includes over a hundred diagrams and illustrations.
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This option is similar to a toss sweep to the boundary and is effective against a two-deep defense. The onside tackle pulls flat down the line and kicks out the defender on the wideout. The backfield action is the same as on the freeze option (see Option #39). The quarterback options the end man on the line of scrimmage. Diagram 43 Page 65 Option #41: Power I-Iso Option The Power I-Iso Option is an excellent short-yardage offense set up by the isolation play to the tailback. This option is particularly effective against a defense that's overshifting to the power side of the formation (Diagram 44).
It complements the veer option to the tight end and also serves as an adjustment to a hard corner to the tight end side (Diagram 21). * The offensive line and backfield execute the veer option (see Option #14), except that the onside halfback ''load blocks" the defensive end by putting his shoulder through the defensive end's outside thigh. The quarterback, who normally reads the defensive tackle, instead options the corner as he does in the toad option (see Option #16). What essentially is happening in the Load Option is that the tight end and the halfback are exchanging their assignments from the toad option.
The key to the success of this play is the movement by the tackle and tight end at the point of attack (Diagram #26). Diagram 26 Page 42 Option #24: Halfback Wide Veer The Halfback Wide Veer is virtually a duplicate of the wide veer out of the split-back veer offense, with the offensive line's blocking assignments the same as in all wide veers (Diagram 27). The backfield action in this option is the same as in the split-back veer (Option #2), with the exception that the fullback seals the linebacker.