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2000 Ron Jenkins

2000 Ron Jenkins

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INTRODUCTION 3CHAPTER 1 Defining The Multiple West Coast Offense 6
Basic Offensive Philosophy 8
The Huddle11
The Snap Count12
The Audible System14CHAPTER 2 The Run Game16
Hole Numbering and Line Splits18
Two-back Offense 20 series19
Two-back Offense 30 & 40 series21
One-back Offense Single-digit & 30 series22
Run System Calls and Line Calls26CHAPTER 3 The Passing Game27
 Numbered Pass Routes for Wide Receivers28
Individual Pass Routes versus Coverages29
Called Pass Routes for Running Backs36
Tight end / Inside Receiver Pass Routes39CHAPTER 4 Shifts and Motions40
Motions45CHAPTER 5 Formations51
Two-back Sets
One-back Sets
Four Wide Receiver Sets
Five Wide Receiver Sets
Tight SetsCHAPTER 6 – ProtectionsCHAPTER 7 – Play-call Mechanics
Run Game
Passing Game
Special Situations
How the Protection Call Affects the Back’s Responsibilities
The Use of Audibles
 by Ron Jenkins, MS
CHAPTER 8 – The No-huddle Attack CHAPTER 9 – Special Situations Offense
Two-minute Offense
Four-minute Offense
Overtime OffenseCHAPTER 10 – The Play-call SheetCHAPTER 11 – Run PlaysCHAPTER 12 – Pass PlaysCHAPTER 13 – Play-action Passing Attack CHAPTER 14 – Screen Plays
 by Ron Jenkins, MS
This is our offensive playbook that will allow us to install, in its entirety, the MultipleWest Coast Offense.This is a simple, logical, and complete offensive system. Once the language of thesystem is learned and installed, the possible play-calls and formations are virtuallylimitless. This system allows us to be as creative as our talent will allow – there are nolimitations. This is because we “paint a picture for the players” by telling each player specifically what to do within the play-call, in a very logical mannor. This system is easyfor players to understand and learn, and can be installed in a short period of time. Theoffense is extremely flexible and hard for a defense to prepare for because it is somultifaceted. In addition, game time adjustments are extremely easy to implement, dueto the descriptive language of the system.There are over 80 basic offensive formations in our offense. However, to the defense, itwill appear as though we have over 400 different formations, because we can easilyinterchange our personnel from one position to another. We can do this because we aretelling every player exactly what to do in the play-call. For example; the play-call “SplitRight, 339, Up – Swing Queen” tells each player where to line up, it tells the linemen toslide protect to the quick (Queen) side, and it tells all five receivers what route to run. If we wanted to, we could put our FB at X, and he will now know to run the “3 route”. Wecould also put our X at the H position, and he knows to run the “Up route”, and will probably be covered by a linebacker, creating and obvious mismatch. This type of 
 by Ron Jenkins, MS

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