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2005 Auburn Tigers Spring Passing Game

2005 Auburn Tigers Spring Passing Game

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Published by: Michael Schearer on Jan 12, 2012
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The Tiger Offensive
Offensive Playbook Passing Game
Spring 2005
Everything is done at a high level of enthusiasm & competitiveness. Push each other.
 Never be satisfied.
All out effort - All the time.
Coaches and players must expect more of themselves.
Always use “US” and “WE” not “I” and “ME.” Make being on the TEAM the greatestexperience of our athlete’s life.
We are fortunate. We were given the ability to play this great game.
Encourage each other to work harder. The harder we work, the harder it is to surrender.Remember, if you don’t invest very much then losing doesn’t hurt very much, this applies to both players and coaches.
We do work harder than our opponent
We play hard from first snap to last snap.
 Never walk on the practice field, don’t be the one we must wait on.
 Never Bend Down. No resting hands on knees
 Never Lean on Equipment. Always on One Knee
With hard work we can accomplish it. Football is no sport for a lazy athlete.
We will sweat the small stuff. The little things we do will make us champions.
Our success = Our attitude = Our work habits.
1. Expect it to Happen. Demand Full Effort (110%)2. Talk and think in terms of success and believe it will happen3. Dream Big and Stay Focused4. Develop a Plan - Believe in It and Improve it Constantly5. Analyze and Make Our Plan Fit; It Must fit our personnel6. No One Person More Important Than The Team
These are the choices we make. CHOOSE SUCCESS!
Offensive Philosophy
1. Execution of the Offensive Game Plan
Eliminate turnovers
Eliminate penalties
Eliminate mental mistakes2. Pressure the Defense
Use multiple sets while running the same plays
Attack the weakness of the defense. “Scratch where it itches”
Make the defense adjust to us…keep them guessing
We set the tempo3. Be Multiple and Never Predictable
Utilize 2, 3, & 4 receiver packages from any position on the field
Use motion within our base offense
Use various play-calling tempos to both control the clock and dictate tempo4. Appear Complex Yet be Simple
Utilize multiple personnel packages
Run base plays from wide variety of sets & motions5. Base Scheme: 2-back / 1-back with carry-over 
Establish the running game
Establish a quick passing game
Utilize play-action passes
Pass to set up the run.
Use a check system at the line of scrimmage to take advantage of a defensiveweakness
“Yes, it is true, defense does win championships. But, I’ve never won a title when we didn’t score.”Steve Spurrier 

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