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2008 Merchant Marine Offense

2008 Merchant Marine Offense

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INFORMATION&PROCEDURES
 
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USMMA OFFENSIVE GAME GOALS
WIN!
21 + POINTS
175 YARDS RUSHING
NO TURNOVERS
100% TD ON GOALINE
100% POINTS IN THE RED ZONE
100% CONVERSION OF SHORT YARDAGE
45% 3RD DOWN CONVERSION
NO PROCEDURE PENALTIES
 
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HUDDLE
We will use a semi-circular huddle with all players standing upright facing in towards the QB, whowill ALWAYS be aligned towards our sideline.Huddle Alignments:
Center will set the huddle 7 yds from the football.
The Center, Guards, & Tackles will all face away from the line of scrimmage, with their eyes andears directed at the QB.
The QB will ALWAYS align towards our sideline, and the A will ALWAYS align opposite.
The X, Z, B, & Y will align directly across from the offensive line, standing tall with their attentiondirected at the QB.
The B will ALWAYS align next to the A (opposite the QB).
The Y will ALWAYS align next to the QB.
With the different personnel groupings (Ace, Poker, Queens, etc.), the H, K, and W will fill intothe B & Y spots accordingly.
 
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OUR SIDELINEOUR SIDELINE
Huddle Procedure:
QB does all the talking.
The QB will call the formation, play, & snap-count; the Center will leave the huddle.
The QB will repeat the play and snap-count then will say “Ready – Break,” on the commandall will clap hands.
If anything is missed, say “Check” and the QB will repeat.
Run to the line.
While in the huddle look sharp and no talking.
Huddle discipline is the responsibility of the Center until the QB enters.

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