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32-33 Directory

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Basic 32-33
INTRODUCTION/PHILOSOPHY
INSTRUCTIONAL
“YOU DRAW IT”
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“H” Variation “Fly-by” Variation


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Main Summary
Menu Table
32-33 Philosophy

32-33 “Trap”
“Short Trap” Family
•32-33 is the fastest of our “FASTBALL” plays that are
designed to separate the defense and hit quickly! It
depends on TEMPO!
•The Slant Trap is good when linemen are coming upfield,
when LB are reacting laterally to our wider, “Read Tempo”
plays, and any time we can create a 5-man box through
formation!
•This play has the potential to hit big IF linemen take correct courses, get quick
movement at the point of attack, and the ball-carrier makes one cut to daylight and
runs as though shot out of a cannon!
•Against ODD defenses, we like to help our angles and attack aggressive LB by using
a ‘WRAP’ call in which the Frontside linemen PASS SET BASE and the Trapping BS
Guard ‘Wraps’ up into the hole and traps the FS LB!

KEYS to a successful play: CALLS/VARIATIONS


•Frontside linemen Rip through down men to an OVER and UP •“Wrap”
•“Fly-by”
course to LBs! We must get hats on filling/run-through LBs! •“H”, “Q”
•BSG takes a course INTO the line, arrives at P.O.A. with low pads, •“Take it”
and works his butt out of the hole by finishing with his FEET! •“Nose”
•We get movement on the Nose v. any type of Odd look
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32-33 Instructional

32-33 “SLANT TRAP”


FS TE: Short Trap rules, alert for ‘Wrap’ call which tells you
to PASS SET BASE. Dig out a 7 technique with a great POWER
32 SLANT TRAP v. “Split” step!
step!

“SHORT TRAP” RULES


*Basic idea is to work inside gap up to nearest LB, leaving the
first Frontside Defensive Lineman alone!
alone

C G T C *My first step is a POWER step to my inside gap;; I will RIP


through any head up or outside technique on me to get there!
*I take an “Over and Up” course to the nearest LB,, not letting

W M S R him run under me to the ball carrier!


*Guards & Centers should block Middle/Backside LB; LB; Tackles &
TE should block Frontside LB!
LB!

E T T E FS T: Short trap rules. ‘Wrap’ call tells you to Pass set


base if covered.
FS G: Short trap rules, Combo Nose to BSLB if you get a
‘Nose’ call from Center. Can call ‘Wrap’ v. an Odd look.
CENTER: If uncovered OR covered with a 3 technique
behind you, Dead block back to 1st BS DL.
If covered, make a ‘Nose’ call to FSG, COMBO the Nose to
FS Outs: Inside stalk man on. Alert for “Bomb” call! BSLB, must get movement!
FS Ins: Inside stalk man on. BS G: Use a CUT step to pull and trap the first down
BS TE: “Punch.” Same as BST. lineman on the opposite side. Short drop step, keep your
BS Outs: Convoy, cut off deep middle 1/3 saf. TD Block! weight forward, pull into the line…landmark is center’s
BS Ins: Convoy, cut off deep middle 1/3 saf. TD Block! ribcage if C is uncovered, landmark is his hip if he’s covered.
QB: Quick two step backpedal, try and make brief eye BS T: “Punch
“Punch” ” block…cut your split & step FLAT inside
contact with FSLB, turn and seat ball to RB. Set up for pass to stop B gap penetration. If a DL from either direction or
after exchange. *On ‘H’ run Stretch course to handoff. stunting LB shows in that gap, lock & cut him. If nothing
R: Automatic “Soft” or “Strong” alignment away from the shows, ¼ turn back to pick off the E.M.O.L.
play (32-Soft, 33-Strong), 4 1/2 to 5 yards deep. Accelerate *If the man you’re punching is the only DL on your side (Odd
looks, usually), give the Center a ‘TAKE IT’ call pre-snap!
immediately on same angle as trapper, staying inside him.
Run read is FSLB! SEE him and match the trapper’s angle so
you can break off him!. This is a FASTBALL play!
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32-33 You Draw It

Ace 33 v. Split Stack 32 Fly-by v. 3-3

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Rack Slip Sink 32 “Wrap” v. Odd Larry Over 33 “H” v. Even


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