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Cover: jason woodman's run pass option 3-pack
Jason Woodman's Run Pass Option 3-Pack
FD-05372A:

with Jason Woodman,
Fairmont State University Head Coach;
led Fairmont State to the 2016 NCAA DII Playoffs

Settle in for almost two hours of content detailing the hottest play concept of the last decade: the run pass option! Jason Woodman dissects every element of RPOs to show you how to stress defenses, attack specific areas at all levels of the field, and simplify play calling strategy to allow players to play fast and explosive.

This video is "defense school" for offense. The first part is an overview description of defensive football theory. Coach Woodman outlines how various defensive formations are set up to defend run gaps and passing zones in zone coverage. With that knowledge, he shows you how to attack where your opponent cannot defend.

A large portion of the video is focused on helping build a smarter QB who understands basic defense, run fits, and pass keys. Woodman shows how to prep QBs on the decision making process: game planning to know area of attacking, capitalizing on the rhythm of the game and confirming personnel packages in the game. You'll get clear formation breakdowns for:

  • Runs: inside zone, outside zone, draw
  • Throws: bubbles, slants, hitches, and outs

Defenders in Conflict

Secondary defenders have run gap responsibilities and pass coverage responsibilities. Learn how to teach QBs, receivers, and running backs how to recognize defensive formations and which decisions should follow.

With an RPO, your quarterback will react to how the defense reacts to play flow, leaving you the option to run or pass based on the action of the defender.

Coach Woodman teaches you how to attack:

  • The backside of a play
  • The frontside of a play
  • Blitzes
  • One high safety or two high safeties
  • Specific players

Complex or Easy: You Choose

The beauty of this video is the sheer amount of film footage of this concept that will allow you to see and understand the basic elements that go into a successful RPO. To reinforce fully, Coach Woodman shares his keys to success, which include:

  • Understanding the defense and defensive theory
  • Coaching sound QB decision making
  • Knowing your personnel

The future of football is here, and it's the Run Pass Option. Coach Woodman calls it 'the triple option in space' for good reason - the threats to the defense are simply too much to handle when executed correctly. Game day will never be the same and your opponent won't know what hit them when you use the concepts contained in this fantastic video!

107 minutes. 2018.



FD-05372B:

with Jason Woodman,
Fairmont State University Head Coach;
led Fairmont State to the 2016 NCAA DII Playoffs

featuring Ryan Schleusner,
Fairmont State University Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Line Coach;
former University of Missouri Offensive Lineman

Whether you run the ball to open up the pass or pass the ball to open up the run, no offense is complete without the ability to grind out yards on the ground. It's football at its most basic, fundamental level. With Ryan Schleusner's help, this video will teach you the keys to establishing a dominant run game capable of big gains on any given play.

Using a PowerPoint and game video, Schleusner breaks down his team's inside zone, outside zone and the ever-deadly draw play to create dominant offensive football. You'll learn how to use different formations to create different looks for the defense while still keeping the zone game simple.

Offensive Line Footwork

Beginning with the inside zone run, Schleusner illustrates how footwork plays an important part in a successful zone run. The offensive line requires a two foot split to keep consistency in the run offense. Coach Schleusner details first step footwork, to how to adjust on the fly when a lineman might see stunts or scraping linebackers.

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DVD
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Cover: the modified virginia tech 4-2-5 defense for high school: installation, base sets & alignments
The Modified Virginia Tech 4-2-5 Defense for High School: Installation, Base Sets & Alignments

with Lew Johnston,
Western Branch HS (VA) Football Consultant/Assistant Coach (former Head Coach);
5x District Champions, 4x District "Coach of the Year";
former Nansemond-Suffolk HS (VA) Head Coach;
2015 VISAA Division III State Champions

High school offenses across the country have taken to attacking defenses with multiple formations and by getting athletes into space. Old school defenses designed to stop power running attacks are no longer sufficient, and simple pass coverages get easily exploited by well-coached quarterbacks and wily offensive coordinators.

Your modern high school defense needs an answer, and Lew Johnston is the coach to give it to you! Having been mentored by the likes of coaches like Bud Foster (Virginia Tech Defensive Coordinator), you will learn the very best strategies, coverages, and blitzes that will help you dominate offenses on game day.

Using an informative slide show with detailed instruction and game film, Johnston demonstrates the necessary steps to adapt today's popular college football defense, the 4-2-5 (used by teams like Virginia Tech and TCU), and modify it for the high school game.

Alignments, Assignments, and Techniques

Johnston gives you his keys to managing personnel, as well as multiple fronts (odd and even) that will keep your team gap-sound while confusing opposing linemen. Additionally, you'll get stunts that further frustrate your opponent by pressuring gaps before or after the snap.

To wrap it all together, Johnston provides play calls and communication lingo that will allow your defense to quickly adjust to motions and shifts.

From Philosophy to Game Film

Coach Johnston dives into multiple fronts to keep your defense flexible, innovative stunts that can exploit weak gaps on the line, and, provides valuable play calls to make sure you have an unblocked defender at the point of attack.

You'll get fronts and adjustments such as:

  • Even fronts, standard 4-2-5, "Nickel package"
  • Odd fronts, modified 3-4-4, "Dime package"
  • Proper alignments against spread offenses from doubles, trips and empty sets
  • Split field pass coverage to frustrate QB pre-snap reads
  • You'll also see Johnston use a well-designed slide show presentation to break down each defensive front with diagrams and discussion.

    This video has everything you need to know about defending pass-happy spread offenses. You will learn the personnel, alignments, stunts, and the system of communication that will counter your opponents' spread offense and render their 'athletes in open spaces' useless.

    89 minutes. 2018.

DVD
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Cover: the modified virginia tech 4-2-5 for high school: split-field coverages
The Modified Virginia Tech 4-2-5 for High School: Split-Field Coverages

with Lew Johnston,
Western Branch HS (VA) Football Consultant/Assistant Coach (former Head Coach);
5x District Champions, 4x District "Coach of the Year";
former Nansemond-Suffolk HS (VA) Head Coach;
2015 VISAA Division III State Champions

With today's sophisticated offenses, it's difficult to remain set in one coverage and have success. With "split-field" coverages, your team can run two independent coverages on each side of the ball, which puts the pressure back onto the offense.

In this video, Lew Johnston shares how he utilizes split-field coverages in his state championship defense, which is Johnston's 'Bud Foster/VTech teams'-patterned version of the 4-2-5.

Split Field Coverage

Coach Johnston shares all of his split-field coverage secrets, including the best "read-side" coverages, complementary "away-side" coverages and special "trips" and "empty" coverage combinations.

You'll learn how simple calls off of the release of the number two receiver dictate coverage on the routes. A "line of demarcation" dictates if the receiver is vertical or not. Johnston shares that the "read" side is the strength of the formation and the coverage call is made based on the formation of the receivers. Meanwhile, the "away" side is called for the weak side of the passing strength.

Dare Opponents to Throw the Ball!

Johnston details multiple coverage combinations and even some secondary blitzes. These include coverages that will produce double teams on key receivers, "robber" players that take away easy throws, and surprise blitzes that will leave your opponent at a huge disadvantage. There's also explanation on how to best utilize:

  • Quarters coverage
  • Cover 2 scheme
  • Special calls for single receivers

You'll also see Coach Johnston use a well-designed slide show presentation to break down each split-field coverage with diagrams and discussion.

Split-field coverage is the answer for defending teams that run spread offenses on your schedule. Coach Johnston simplifies the concept in this easy-to-follow instructional video!

39 minutes. 2018.

DVD
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Cover: the modified virginia tech 4-2-5 for high school: man blitzes & whole field coverages
The Modified Virginia Tech 4-2-5 for High School: Man Blitzes & Whole Field Coverages

with Lew Johnston,
Western Branch HS (VA) Football Consultant/Assistant Coach (former Head Coach);
5x District Champions, 4x District "Coach of the Year";
former Nansemond-Suffolk HS (VA) Head Coach;
2015 VISAA Division III State Champions

Stopping today's multiple spread offenses often requires blitzing and playing multiple coverage schemes. Keeping the scheme simple is always the key, and in this video, Lew Johnston shares how he does it in his state championship defense.

Using an informative slide show with detailed instruction and game film, Johnston demonstrates how to attack offenses with aggressive blitz packages and how to use sound, whole field defensive coverages.

Man Blitzes & Whole Field Coverages

Over 12 blitz packages that attack every gap are covered by Johnston. He shares the best way to communicate these blitzes with your players in today's fast-paced game. Additionally, you'll see six whole field coverages that make your defense rock solid on both the front- and back-end.

Coverage rules for how to best use blitzes AND whole field coverage in the multiple 4-2-5 are also provided.

Send the House!

Johnston runs through coverages that will have your defense ready to match any offensive pass combination, while also giving you the option to pressure the quarterback through aggressive blitzing. Some of these blitzes include:

  • A gap and double A gap blitzes
  • B and C gap blitzes
  • Secondary blitzes

You'll also see Coach Johnston use a well-designed slideshow presentation to break down each blitz package with diagrams and discussion.

The simplistic approach to identifying the blitz scheme is what makes this video so valuable to any coach looking to learn more about man blitzes. Allow Coach Johnston to help you make your defense better this season!

50 minutes. 2018.

DVD
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Cover: the modified virginia tech 4-2-5 for high school: zone blitzes
The Modified Virginia Tech 4-2-5 for High School: Zone Blitzes

with Lew Johnston,
Western Branch HS (VA) Football Consultant/Assistant Coach (former Head Coach);
5x District Champions, 4x District "Coach of the Year";
former Nansemond-Suffolk HS (VA) Head Coach;
2015 VISAA Division III State Champions

The zone blitz was popularized by the Pittsburgh Steelers and has now worked its way down to the high school level. In this video, Lew Johnston shares his high school version of the Virginia Tech zone blitz he adapted after consulting with Bud Foster.

Using an informative slide show with detailed instruction and game film, Johnston demonstrates how to dominate offenses with zone blitzing. A favorite of the NFL and of college teams, this sophisticated defensive blitz is easily modified for the high school 4-2-5 defense.

Zone Blitzes

Coach Johnston teaches the best defensive fronts for zone blitzes. You'll learn the best "areas" or sides of the offense to attack. Additionally, Johnston provides eight zone blitzes out of multiple formations and gives you the techniques that linemen, linebackers and defensive backs need to find success using the zone blitz.

Be Aggressive!

Johnston covers multiple zone blitz packages and even some stunts to keep opposing lineman guessing. These include coverages that will sometimes produce "big man touchdowns" when defensive ends intercept quick game passes. With this multiple front defense, you can install zone blitzes out of:

  • Odd fronts
  • Even fronts
  • Three deep coverage
  • Three under coverage

You'll also see Coach Johnston use a well-designed slide show presentation to break down each zone blitz in his arsenal with diagrams and discussion.

Any coach wanting to learn an effective zone blitz will quickly become knowledgeable knowing where to begin by applying Coach Johnston's main points in this video!

61 minutes. 2018.

DVD
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