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Sprint Option Blocking Rules

Sprint Option Blocking Rules

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Published by John Anderson
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Published by: John Anderson on Apr 08, 2013
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PositionBlocking ResponsibilityOff Tackle"Hinge" Protection Rules - Back Side "B" Gap - Hinge back to raise the EdgeOff Guard"Hinge" Protection Rules - Back Side "A" GapCenter"Hinge" Protection Rules - Front Side "A" GapPlayside GuardBlock "2" /"1" Technique - PostPlayside TackleBlock "5" Technique then fill "B" Gap - "4" if "Chip" is OnOff Tight EndBack Side Hinge Technique - Set a tough edge - Pinch Back Side "C" GapPlay Side Tight EndStand Up EMLOS (End Man On the Line Of Scrimmage) Allow No PenetrationH-Back (FB/U)Stop any pentration from Off Side "B" Gap to the Back Side PerimeterRunning BackAttack The EMLOS (End Man On the Line Of Scrimmage)QuarterbackSprint Series ActionSplit End (X)Pattern CalledFlanker (Z)Pattern Called
Play side tackle seals the inside gap versus any reduction.
“Hog” any “2 technique” to the open side. This is similar to a“Gang” call we may use versus a stacked tilt set.
“1” call any “1 technique” look to the play side without a tight
end. May use “Gang” call versus the stacked tilt set with
the tight end on the play side.
Backside utilizes hinge protection principles.

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