Coach's Office Wing-T Examples

Introduction
The Wing-T formations, plays, and descriptions are for examples only and not intended to teach you how to coach using the Wing-T offense. We want to provide you with these free, pre-drawn chalkboard formations and plays and sample playbook to help you get started more quickly in Coach's Office.

Chalkboard
We've put together some basic Wing-T examples for you, our Coach's Office coaches, to use as starting points for drawing your own formations and plays in the chalkboard program.

Playbook
Next, we created a sample playbook, using the formations and plays we drew in the chalkboard. The playbook also serves as a view/print example of all the chalkboard formations and plays. - We chose a variety of page layouts so you could see how they look - Included some tables for the player assignments - Added text over a couple of the play boxes - Put a defense against one of the offenses (Waggle).

Custom Edits
Coaches that use the Wing-T tell us that there are many variations. You'll want to make edits to customize the formations and plays for your players.

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2 . The second page in this chapter has the Belly. You might try these plays with your 7-9-year old players. Consider these plays for your older players. Buck Sweep. including the QB waggle with text box descriptions over the play. Veer. Trap.Formation 1 _Wing-T Formation 1 20 15 10 5 C Q The next page has the wing right and left. 9-12.

15 10 5 SE: Fake post. go for corner C C HB: Safety Valve Q Q QB: Throw away or run.Ages 7-9 Wing Right 27 Pitch Wing Left 28 Pitch 20 15 10 5 20 15 10 5 C C Q Q Wing Right 28 Power Wing Left 28 Power 20 15 10 5 20 15 10 5 C Q C Q Wing Right 31 Dive Wing Left 32 Dive 20 15 10 5 20 15 10 5 C C Q Q Wing Right QB Waggle Wing Left QB Waggle 20 TE: Drag at 5 Yds. if no one open 3 .

Ages 9-12 Fullback Belly Belly Counter 20 15 10 5 20 15 10 5 C Q C Q Belly Option Veer 20 15 10 5 20 15 10 5 C C Q Buck Sweep Trap 20 15 10 5 20 15 10 5 C C Q Q 4 .

The last page in this chapter is dedicated to a Basic Waggle example. The Sweep route has the defense added to show the possible player movement against the play. (These routes are modified from formation 2.) 5 . including three routes and the sample play execution.Formation 2 & Variation for Waggle _Wing-T Formation 2 X LT LG C RG RT W Z Q F H The next two pages show examples of how you can add the route assignment descriptions in a table under the play.

23 Cross Buck 23 Cross Buck 20 15 10 5 X LT LG C RG RT W Z Q F H Player # Player Pos. QB Assignment 6 .

QB Assignment 7 .34 Cross Buck 34 Cross Buck 20 15 10 5 X LT LG C RG RT W Z Q F H Player # Player Pos.

Fake. Reverse.Pitch. More 38 Pitch Fake 38 Pitch 19 Boot X LT LG C Q RG RT W Z X LT LG C Q RG RT W Z F H H F 22 Reverse Option 47 Reverse X LT LG C RG RT W Z TE LT LG C Q RG RT TE WB Q F H HB FB 38 Pitch Fake 38 Pitch 19 Boot X LT LG C Q RG RT W Z X LT LG C Q RG RT W Z F H H F 21 Power 49 Power Reverse X LT LG C RG RT W Z X LT LG C RG RT W Z Q Q F H H F 8 .

Tight End Side X Waggle .Split End Side Fr->Against Sweep Cov->Against Sweep Waggle . These routes put the defense in coverage conflicts.is added to show the potential movement. The defense . and there will be a crossing pattern that comes from the back side. tight end side. or the split end side. especially if the defense is flowing with the action of the Sweep. The end runs a deep outside route.front and coverage . 9 . the fullback will attack the flat. Run the Waggle to either flank.Sweep Fr->Against Sweep Cov->Against Sweep F/S CB B E X X S/S B E B C3 (Sample description below) Basic Waggle for Receivers The basic Waggle routes for the receivers cover the entire field and try to create conflicts for the defending secondary.Basic Waggle Waggle .

starting with the halfback. FB HB 32 Dive 47 Reverse TE LT LG C Q RG RT TE WB TE LT LG C Q RG RT TE WB FB HB HB FB Double Reverse 28 Sweep TE LT LG C Q RG RT TE TE LT LG C RG RT TE WB Q WB FB HB HB FB 10 . Put your most athletic lineman and best blocker at the right guard. to get the proper timing. TE LT LG C Q RG RT TE WB You will need to build a slight delay or fake.Formation 3 _Wing-T Formation 3 20 15 10 5 TE LT LG C RG RT TE Q WB FB HB (Sample Instructions below) 17 Boot Each back must carry out all fakes.

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7. 4. 6. 2. 5. Play 13 .1-Column 5" Wristband Play # 1. 3.

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