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Sprint Option Blocking Rules

Sprint Option Blocking Rules

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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
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Play side tackle seals the inside gap versus any reduction.
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“Hog” any “2 technique” to the open side. This is similar to a“Gang” call we may use versus a stacked tilt set.
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“1” call any “1 technique” look to the play side without a tight
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end. May use “Gang” call versus the stacked tilt set with
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Backside utilizes hinge protection principles.

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