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Zone Blocking in Football - Steve Addazio

Zone Blocking in Football - Steve Addazio

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From clinic notes at Gridironchat.com
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Zone Blocking in Football
Steve Addazzio - University of Florida
 Notes by Hez Butler forGridironChat.com from the 2008 Atlanta Glazier Clinic Football Coaching Philosophy.
“ 
Florida Zone Blocking presented by Steve Addazio at the 2008 Atlanta Glazier Clinic. Coach Addazio spoke on the Tight Zone, Stretch and Outside Zone as they are run at Florida. There isespecially good information on the Offensive Line details for the zone running offense. (Coach Butler)
 
1.
 
Fox Hole
 a.
 
Can I trust you? (can't trust = can't coach)
 b.
 
Do you care?
 2.
 
What we say here, stays here, when we leave here.
 3.
 
Relentless effort to be great!
4.
 
Tool Box - Learn your trade.
 5.
 
Ego Away
 6.
 
Meeting Room
a.
 
Have fun: work when time
 7.
 
Be the Head Coach of position.
Offensive Line TechniquesMate Blocking =
gap-zone; combo/double team blockingPrinciples must be worked and preached everyday for zone blocking.1.
 
Hip 2 Hip2.
 
4 eyes on LB3.
 
OL to side of LB working to deliver ball w/ shoulder4.
 
Cover/Uncovered w/ indicator system5.
 
Step to LB6.
 
Arm to LB free
 
o
 
Deliver Guy = guy coming off (inside hand push off)
o
 
Take over Guy = guy who takes over
Deliver/Take Over
Drills = pre-fit, stance to pre-fit, stance to live(Step near foot to LB; combo to)
Zone Blocking Concept
1.
 
Zone: 2-3-4; OL & TE working together2.
 
EvolutionA.
 
Attack ODD/SlantingB.
 
Gives angles/advantagesC.
 
Run-off/no worry3.
 
Numbering SystemA.
 
Center ID's = find "0"B.
 
Finds by on or over playside playerC.
 
Rules:i.
 
PSTE - PS gap to #3ii.
 
PST - PS gap to #2iii.
 
PSG - PS gap to #1iv.
 
C - PS gap to #0v.
 
BSG - PS gap to #1vi.
 
BST - PS gap to #2
 
 
Covered/Uncovered
1.
 
Covered = outside shade/head up inside2.
 
Uncovered = is the DL on the covered man shaded to you or away
Align
1.
 
Covered - up as close to LOS as possible2.
 
Uncovered as deep off the LOS as possibleIf you get an outside shade:Away: from the run = Wedge Step/1 hand onTo: the run = 2 hands on
Zone Running PlaysTight Zone
Covered UncoveredAim outside # Wedge/90degree, aimnear hipFootwork wedge stepPS/Backside 90degrees
Stretch
Cov. Uncov.Aim Outside armpit Screws onScrewsFootwork Wide wedge;Back kneethrough crotchWide wedge; 3hard &KNOCKOUT! / up to LB

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