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Simplified Cross Over and Under

Simplified Cross Over and Under

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Published by: jmh21 on Feb 15, 2010
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Simplified Cross
Tim SparacinoJanuary 2008
Cross Rules
The Cross concept locks receivers into an “over”or “under” combination.Since this is a “full-field” route, normal backsiderules to not apply.Both names are used to give the coach ultimatecontrol of not only who runs what route but alsothe QB progression.
Cross Rules- Over 
One of the receivers is tagged to go “over”- PostThe other receiver on that side also goes “over” byrunning the “high mesh”The backside runs an “under”Under = #1 Shallow (low mesh), #2 Dig/InF- Protect, Check release, Swing, or Shoot toeither side depending on situation, coaches preference, defense, etc.

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