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2009 Minneapolis Glazier Clinic - Buzz Preston - Ga. Tech

2009 Minneapolis Glazier Clinic - Buzz Preston - Ga. Tech

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Georgia Tech Midline Option

Al “Buzz” Preston Wide Receiver Coach Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
• • • • • Play is designed to be given to B, but it depends on the 3 technique If 3 technique crashes in hard the QB pulls the ball and carries out the option Great play for when the 3 technique is hard to block Playside Tackle dips shoulder down to rip through to the next level BS OL scoops

Spread 10 Twirl

Spread 10 Lead

QB carries the ball a majority of the time Midline Play Action Drill

Over Brown 311

Coach takes different paths to make QB read quickly for the give or pull read

apreston@athletics.gatech.edu

Glazier Clinic Minneapolis, MN February 21, 2009

Georgia Tech Two Way Option
Al “Buzz” Preston Wide Receiver Coach Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
• • • • • • • • B gets frontside backer Looks just like the triple option but the QB never gives it to B Make sure QB doesn’t give up too much depth B needs to run through the backer and not break down to block him Cadence is “Ready, Set, Hike” – A back is in motion on “Ready” When drilling this make the pitch read attack at all different angles Start all drills going to the QB’s non-dominant hand BS OL scoops

apreston@athletics.gatech.edu

Glazier Clinic Minneapolis, MN February 21, 2009

Georgia Tech Triple Option
Al “Buzz” Preston Wide Receiver Coach Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
• • • • • • • Center needs to be the best lineman – has to be quick Guards need to be big & strong and able to pull Tackles are quick & linear with good feet The line splits are three feet The wide receivers line up on the numbers Wingbacks or A Backs are fast and shifty and line up in a one foot by one foot ratio from the tackles Fullback or B Back is more of a downhill runner and lines up in a 3 point stance with his heels 5 yards from the ball

• • • • • • • •

B back aims at inside hip of the 3 technique PST has a slight angle step to combo instead of a lateral step Backside OL scoops If backside DE crashes in hard, reverse to him Playside A back has open step to see the D & then arc upfield to block the first threat between the corner and the safety Backside A back opens up & runs his option path through the point where the B back was lined up If the pitch read makes even on step of depth before closing in it is an automatic give to the B back QB attacks the inside shoulder of the option read to keep him pinched in

Triple Option Play Action • • • • When running a fake to the left, a right handed QB fakes to B back then does a left handed drop then flips to a right handed set at the end of his drop Usually a 3-step drop 5-step drop for the verticals off of PA Open & throw on X-Hit Spread 313 Vertical Spread 312 X-Hit

Spread 313 Z-Post

Over Brown 313

apreston@athletics.gatech.edu

Glazier Clinic Minneapolis, MN February 21, 2009

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