Originally posted on Direct Snap Football.
As I go over my spread quad series I am going to relate this offense to a chess board, specifically to the end game of a chess match.
While teaching chess I usually start by making sure players understand the end game as soon as possible. Studies have shown that kids enjoy chess much more when they know how to finish off a game when they get the lead.
Teaching end game in chess is very simple because I use the same strategies that I do when I am coaching on the field of battle in football. In chess once you get to the end game you have fewer pieces and need to examine the entire board to evaluate where your players are versus the other player’s pieces on the board.
I have been a traditionalist when it comes to single wing football which means that I tend to see single wing football very narrowly minded. Change is not one of those things that I have been taught to employ while running a true power single wing formation. So when I began devising a spread single wing attack, I wanted to make sure I was sticking with what I was taught to believe to be TRUE single wing football.
The following is a list of items which I believe are unchangeable single wing elements that must be employed in my quad spread single wing attack: Continue reading Diamond Quads Spread Single Wing