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  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comAttacking Defenseswith Passes from Bunch FormationsJohn RiceHead CoachEisenhower HSRialto, CAEmail: zacoach102@aol.comPhone: 951-537-9902

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comAgendaDefinition of Bunch FormationsTypes of Bunch FormationsAdvantages of Utilizing Bunch FormationsGeneral Coaching PointsRoute ConceptsUsing Motion and ShiftsVideo Clips

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comDEFINTION OF BUNCH:3 OR MORE RECEIVERS PLACED WITHIN 5 YARDS OF EACH OTHER

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comAdvantagesNatural Rubs vs. man coverage

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comAdvantagesEasily Adaptable to Standard Zone Beaters

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comAdvantagesBunched Receivers can be Used for Pass Protection

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comAdvantagesBunched Receivers can Get Across Formation Faster

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comCoaching points: Vs a Pressed Point Defender:Assign alternate route stems to avoid being jammed at LOS

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comBunch Pass Concepts SpacingDriveDrive + F Angle (Toledo)Husky (Marshall)VerticalBoot (USC)ScatBubble Screen and Others

  • BS OUTS: Game Plan Route: Speed Out, Slant, Hitch, or some other quick route pre-planned during game weekSpacingBS INS: SIT. Find a void between defenders and sit down at 5-6 yards FS INS: ARROW. Attack defenders outside shoulder, break downhill off 2d/3d step, gain depth. Look for ball quickly!YXRQB: 3-step progression to the Arrow on time. Rip it through his outside shoulder if he gets any clean air at all. If the short defender runs with him, a void should open up for the Post Curl. Be alert of the LB in front of the Post Curl! Backside Seam Read is your 3rd option. By call or game plan, can throw the Corner off 5th step if CB is getting nosy on the Post Curl. FS OUTS: Mini CURL. 1 yard middle receiver. Sprint to 3, make a 4 yard speed break to the void left by the flat defender & drumroll your feet and sit down at 7 yards.FS MID: SIT. Push hard INSIDE to a depth of 6, sit down in area vacated by inside linebacker. HSPRINTto 43 yd Speed break to 7SpacingBacksideZSlip Places R HereBBCBCFS3 deep zone ShownBBFrontside3d step: Drill the Arrow through the shoulder pad if he pops open at allBBVOIDCREATEDANOTHERVOIDCREATEDBB

  • BACKSIDE RECEIVER: Game Plan Route: Speed Out, Slant, Hitch, or some other quick route pre-planned during game weekDriveQB: 3-step on time if working single side. 5 step if working drive combination. Throw shallow cross off hot read (ILB) to dig to cornerDrive3 deep zone ShownFrontsideRXBacksidePass pro: 90, big on big, or slideVs. 2 deep, corner is primary target

  • F Angle/ToledoTOLEDO (Drive with F Angle)QB: Second Drag to First Drag as an outlet. Work hard with your eyes to try and move the indside Linebackers to chase the first drag so that you can throw the second drag. With MotionR Drag or Backside Go Read is an outlet8 Toledo Instructional Z ARROW- DRAG. Arrow release, sell LB on arrow,then break sharply, dissect the angle between Y and R, look for ball on the break.QY: Vertical Widen your alignment, release cleanly, go HARD up the field vertically Dig, Corner or GoBBBCCBVs, 2 deep, Y runs cornerVs ILB Blitz, QB hit the R drag

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    Husky

    The basic premise of this play is to create a hi-low on a corner on one side while bringing in an intermediate cross from the other side of the formation. On the other side of the formation we are putting the opposite corner in a quandry by running a streak down the hash and bringing a corner route underneath him

    We can run this vs. a 2 deep zone or 3 deep zone Alignment and precise routes by the receivers are critical on the trips side. Outside runs a skinny post or seam, not crossing the hash on his side. The corner is run by the inside receiver UNDERNEATH the seam/skinny post. Finally, the over route by the middle receiver is run under the corner route.Generally, we will tell the QB to work one side of the pattern or the otherKEYS to a successful play:Inside receivers avoid contact underneath & get vertical!Receivers take good splits and attack along their landmark!QB does a great job with his eyes, is decisive, and makes his throw on time and with authority!

    TAGS/VARIATIONS

    Play ActionHusky Philosophy

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    BS OUTS: Corner route. HUSKYBS INS: flat//Arrow FS INS: Corner. OT +5 alignment, release cleanly, go HARD up the field vertically . BREAK UNDER THE POSTQB: WORK ONE SIDE OR THE OTHER. 3 STEP DROPCFS OUTS: Skinny Post Inside release, accelerate vertically, break at 12 Yards. DONT CROSS THE HASH!C####HUSKY Instructional

    IKEFootballQSFS MID: OVER ROUTE vertical release, accelerate vertically, break at 7-8Yards, UNDERNEATH CORNER ROUTEPASSING LANE OPENS UP

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    BS OUTS: Corner route. Diamond VerticalsPoint man Post Release cleanly upfield; break at 12 yardsINSIDE MAN: SHALLOW DRAG OT +5 alignment, release cleanly, go HARD across formation UNDER the LBsQB: from gun, 3 step drop, throw to fade, get plenty of air under the throw, let R run to the ballCOUTSIDE MAN: OVER ROUTE; CLEAN vertical release, accelerate vertically, break at 12 Yards. C####Diamond Verticals

    IKEFootballQSR FADE: outside vertical release, accelerateto bottom of numbersBBBB

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    CORNERXRHZ####Husky VariationHashSquareupTop #sYHusky VariationHash +2STAY ON SEAM

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.com6 Route: CHOICEThe Choice Route is one of the primary ways we have to isolate an outside receiver! He runs a great Man-beater route, a Out, or whatever tagged route we give him by game plan! The route provides an excellent counter attack vs. defenses that overload to three receiver sides!Backside receivers are critical to this playthey are very much in the QBs thought process and must use good splits and make good decisions to make themselves available The combination of the In and Seam Read creates a high-low on the LBs!Play action is a tremendous way to vary this play, causing hesitation by the frontside linebacker(s) were attacking and opening up throwing lanes for the frontside Out and the backside Drag!This is one of our top ways to convert 3rd and long situations with easy throws! The backside routes also make it a viable Red Zone option!KEYS to a successful play:Smart pre-snap work and splits by the frontside receiver.The BS Drag must release, beat LB coverage, and get in the QBs vision!The QB must have his hips ready to throw the Out on time, & then see the BS receivers clearly as they come to himChoice Philosophy- t o I N S T R U C T I O N A L -- t o M A I N D I R E C T O R Y -

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comXY####Hash +1OT +3HRDRAGStairstep v. Man4-6OUTZTop #s10choice

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    X: DEEP COMEBACK; DRIVE UPFIELD 16 YARDS, BREAK IT BACK TO 14 TO BOTTOM OF NUMBERS Naked Boot

    INSIDE MAN IN BUNCH: FLAT ARROW Sprint across set under contain rusher and whip head around for ball POINT MAN: OVER ROUTE; clean release inside, avoid LBs, get depth to between 14-16 yardsQB: OPEN FOR ZONE; BOOT OUT; READ FLAT DEFENDER, HIT ARROW IF OPEN TO OVER ROUTE AS 2ND OPTIONCC####Naked Boot

    IKEFootballQSOUTSIDE MAN IN BUNCH: POST vertical release, accelerate vertically, break at 7-812YrdsBFBBEETT14-1616-14

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    SCAT

    INSIDE MAN IN BUNCH: Flare: Push off inside foot, slight bow backwards, look for ball on the run, cut upfieldPOINT MAN: CORNER ROUTE; clean release upfield, head nod inside at 12, break to corner, look for ball outsideQB: 3 step drop from gun, read flat defender, if goes to flare, hit sit; if retreats , hit flare; corner 3rd optionCC####SCATIKEFootballQSOUTSIDE MAN IN BUNCH: SIT ROUTE; push upfield, lower hips and sit at 5 yards off butt of point mans vert releaseBFBBEETTBS OUTS: Game Plan Route: Speed Out, Slant, Hitch, or some other quick route pre-planned during game weekXPass pro: 90, big on big, or slide

  • DIAMOND BUBBLE SCREENYRHDIAMOND BUBBLEBacksideZ3 deep zone ShownFrontside90 PASS PRO

  • DIAMOND X OVER BUBBLE SCREENYRHDIAMOND BUBBLEXBacksideZ3 deep zone ShownFrontsideB90 PASS PRO

  • BS OUTS: Game Plan Route: Speed Out, Slant, Hitch, or some other quick route pre-planned during game weekDIAMOND SpacingBS INS: SIT. Find a void between defenders and sit down at 5-6 yards FS INS: ARROW. Attack defenders outside shoulder, break downhill off 2d/3d step, gain depth. Look for ball quickly!YRQB: 3-step progression to the Arrow on time. Rip it through his outside shoulder if he gets any clean air at all. If the short defender runs with him, a void should open up for the Post Curl. Be alert of the LB in front of the Post Curl! Backside Seam Read is your 3rd option. By call or game plan, can throw the Corner off 5th step if CB is getting nosy on the Post Curl. FS OUTS: Mini CURL. 1 yard middle receiver. Sprint to 3, make a 4 yard speed break to the void left by the flat defender & drumroll your feet and sit down at 7 yards.FS MID: SIT. Push hard INSIDE to a depth of 6, sit down in area vacated by inside linebacker. HSPRINTto 43 yd Speed break to 7DIAMOND SpacingBacksideZBBCBCFS3 deep zone ShownBBFrontside3d step: Drill the Arrow through the shoulder pad if he pops open at allBBVOIDCREATEDANOTHERVOIDCREATEDBB

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comUsing Motion to Get to Bunch Formations

  • John RiceZacoach102@aol.comVIDEO CUTS-DVD

    JOHN RICEHEAD COACHEISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOLRIALTO, CA(951) 537-9902zacoach102@aol.comPOWERPOINT PRESENTATION AVAIL