By Earl Browning
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We want as many reps as we can get. We want to stay away from the big piles. We do not want anyone to get hurt. This is an all-pass drill. Everyone knows it is all-pass. It is a tough situation up front, and it is tough for the quarterback. It is the best drill we do as far as pass protection. We go with the right side at the top. The defense can do what they want, including using the blitz. We do not touch the quarterback on the drill. We tag the quarterback. We script all of the plays we are going to work on.
That is the type of football you want to hear. Just remember guys, it is not what you run, but who is running it on the field. It is the talent and not the scheme that wins. It is developing the talent with the proper thinking that wins games. Discipline and commitment are tremendously important. Kids have to believe that you care about them and love them. We had a team this year that wasn't that good, but they never gave up. We played 60 minutes of football even when the game was out of reach.
It is hard-nosed "iso" downhill. We come off the ball and hit them in the mouth. We have gone to a one-back zone play. It has been good for us. We run the wide, tight, and cutback. We call them wide, tight, and cutback. We do not get real fancy with it. We have been fortunate to have had good fullbacks. We run four plays with the fullback. We run the belly, trap, dive, and cutback. We fake-sweep and give it to the fullback on the cutback. We do run the option. We believe in the option. I have heard a lot of coaches say they did not want to run the option because they did not want to get the quarterback hit.
1997 Coach of the Year Clinics Football Manual (Coach of the Year Clinics Football Manuals) by Earl Browning