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PHILOSOPHY 
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MULTIPLICITY THROUGH SIMPLICITYA.Be multiple by presenting opposing defenses with the look of sophistication by utilizing an almost unlimited number of personnel groupings, formations, motions, and shifts.B.Maintain simplicity by communicating via the use of a build-onor block approach.1.Small building blocks of information are given to individualor groups of players.2.Each individual or group need only know where and whatinformation pertains to them.
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PROTECT THE PASSERA.The passer is protected through utilizing a scheme that iseasily teachable, learnable, and adjustable.B.The concentration must be on everyone becomingoutstanding individual pass protectors and developing thecohesion necessary to act as a well-coordinated unit.C.Uncovered receivers must be thrown to at every givenopportunity.D.Draws and screens to each eligible receiver must beemphasized and used accordingly in order to discourage hardup field pressure by the defense.E.The passer's launch point must be varied as much as possible,while at the same time accentuating his skills and strengths.
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CONTROL THE FOOTBALL WITH THE FORWARD PASS BY THROWING IT SHORT, AS MANY TIMES AS POSSIBLE TO PEOPLEWHO SCOREA.The offense must strive to control the football by gaining firstdowns and eating up the clock.B.Maintain a high completion percentage by utilizing simpleunderneath throws.
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C.Throw the ball short to skilled athletes who have the ability tonot only help maintain time of possession, but who can alsoproduce explosive plays.
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UTILIZE RUNS THAT COMPLIMENT THE FORWARD PASSA.Make the defense play assignment football and take awaytheir aggressiveness by utilizing the option.B.The offense must be able to utilize the zone running gameagainst quick and deep drops by linebackers and secondarycover players.C.Utilize an assortment of draws, sweeps, and traps to takeadvantage of hard, up-the-field rushing defenses.D.Make full use of the run-action pass to take advantage of thedefense's eagerness in stopping the better running plays.
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 TAKE WHAT THE DEFENSE GIVES USA.Take advantage of what the defense is doing by attackingcertain portions of the football field or weaker personnel untilit clearly declares its intentions.B.Through various personnel groupings, formation variation,motion, and shifts, attempt to match up the offense'sstrongest personnel versus the defense's weakest; make thedefense give the offense what it wants!
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UTILIZE ALL OF THE ABILITIES OF ALL OF THE INDIVIDUALPLAYERSA.The players must be presented with the opportunity to playout of a flexible system that emphasizes their individualstrengths instead of being restricted to a definite style of play.B.Football is a team game and should be played as such.1.Distribute the ball to as many players as is possible sothat:
As many players as possible can feel they areinvolved in the offense's success.
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 The offense does not rely on a single player forsuccess.2.Utilize each member of the backfield as a ball carrier andall five eligible receivers as targets for the forward pass.3.Involve as many personnel groupings as are possible.
PERSONNEL IDENTIFICATION AND PLACEMENT
I. PERSONNEL IDENTIFICATION
Q - Quarterback
H - Halfback
F - Fullback
X - Split end
 Y - Tight end
Z - FlankerII. PERSONNEL PLACEMENTIn regard to personnel, we know that each year we are going tohave a quarterback, fullback, one wide receiver, and five offensivelinemen. The first key consideration to be made then is who are our11
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, best offensive players? This decision will dictateeach season what our base personnel sets will be each season. The
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