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Cover: the cougar air raid system
The Cougar Air Raid System

with Mark Yanule,
St. Xavier University Offensive Coordinator;
4x MSFA Mideast League Assistant Coach of the Year;
2011 NAIA National Champions

Are you interested in learning some of the crucial tenets of an effective air raid offense? If so, this video gives you the chance to learn from one of the best offensive coordinators at the NAIA level - St. Xavier's Mark Yanule.

Coach Yanule has helped the Cougars remain among the nation's leaders in pass offense over the past several seasons. Under Yanule's direction, St. Xavier's offense has helped the program qualify for the NAIA playoffs consistently, several deep post season runs and a National Championship in 2011.

QB Read Progression

Yanule begins this presentation with a detailed explanation on how he teaches his quarterback to read the defense and how to determine where to go with the ball. In the Air Raid system that Coach Yanule uses, the QB reads a true progression and throws to open windows rather than reading a specific defender. Yanule also explains how the progression can be half field or whole field and gives several suggestions for how to make this progression easier on the QB by eliminating as many pre-snap reads as possible.

Route Concepts

Next, you'll watch Coach Yanule diagram the "Y-Cross" concept that forms the basis of his drop back passing game. He describes the routes for each position, including aiming points and several receiver coaching points.

You'll also get several other route concepts, including; Tiger, Dipper, Burst, Smash, and Arrow. These routes are similar in design but stress the defense and attack coverages in different ways while keeping a similar read progression for the QB. Additionally, Yanule shows several game film examples of each concept and several game plan and in-game adjustments for each concept.

Coach Yanule does an excellent job of presenting his Air Raid system in a concise, easy-to-follow method. Attack your opponents through the air and leave them flabbergasted on how to stop your offensive assault!

62 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: no back passing game
No Back Passing Game

with Mark Yanule,
St. Xavier University Offensive Coordinator;
4x MSFA Mideast League Assistant Coach of the Year;
2011 NAIA National Champions

Running a no back scheme can be very rewarding when done right. If your quarterback is given enough time to read the defense and make the right decision, opposing defensive coordinators will spend all night shaking their heads.

In this video, St. Xavier University offensive coordinator Mark Yanule shares his approach to the no back passing game. He includes plenty of chalk talk and game film examples to help relay his strategies to you, that way you can implement them with your own team.

No Back Routes and Plays

Coach Yanule hits on many of the best routes and plays that his offense has used for great success within a no back set. These include:

  • Hoss - A vertical hitch scheme that allows for the slot receivers to "read" the coverage for route conversions.
  • Pivot - A triangle read route that attack the heart of the defense.
  • Vertical Hitch - A simple concept that employs the hitch game with three verticals.
  • Quick Screen - The best play in the offense, considered a run from the no back attack.
  • Stick - An air raid base play with a Mike backer to safety read, allowing the QB a simple progression to attack the outnumbered side of the defense.
  • Snag - Another common play with the same QB read for high execution.

No Back Reads and Strategies

Yanule demonstrates how to keep the no back passing game simple, yet multiple in its approach. The QB has a "yes/no" pre-snap read on each play. If the defensive alignment does not take away the route, the QB will "bang" him the ball. If the pre-snap is not available by defensive alignment, the QB will simply go through his route progression working play side to back side.

The Stick and Snag uses a Mike linebacker to frontside safety read for the QB. If the Mike works to the strong side, the QB shifts his eyes to the safety. With no safety rotation, the QB reads the routes opposite of the movement of the middle backer. If the safeties rotate, the QB works away from the rotation. Backside tags can be employed to add complexity of the scheme to the defense without changing the read or the scheme or routes on offense.

Does your program have the personnel to run a no back look? If so, you'll benefit heavily from watching this in-depth video from Coach Yanule!

60 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: rpo zone game
RPO Zone Game

with Mark Yanule,
St. Xavier University Offensive Coordinator;
4x MSFA Mideast League Assistant Coach of the Year;
2011 NAIA National Champions

Modern offenses are all about giving players the tools they need to attack the soft spots in the defense. RPOs are a fantastic way to ensure your team does just that.

This video from St. Xavier's Mark Yanule includes his RPO scheme and the complementary zone run plays that help his offense consistently move the ball. You'll get the coaching points and game film review necessary to help you implement Yanule's system within your own program.

RPOs from 2x2 and 3x1 Formations

First, you'll get Coach Yanule's philosophy behind the RPO game. He diagrams several of his favorite RPOs that complement the inside and outside zone run game. Bubble, Now, Flash, as well as several quick game concepts such as Double Slant, Hitch, and Fade/Out are covered.

Next, Yanule touches on some of his favorite concepts from 3x1 formations, including stick and pop. He explains the "gift" concept and how he teaches his quarterbacks to make quick decisions that are necessary in an up-tempo system.

Rules for Inside and Outside Zone Plays

Coach Yanule continues by giving a complete overview of the inside and outside zone running plays. You'll see him diagram both plays against an even front, explain the philosophy behind each play, and give a detailed explanation of the running back footwork and aiming points.

A bulk of Yanule's presentation is spent showing several examples of both run plays and examples of all of his RPO concepts. He provides several examples of many different defensive front structures and coverages.

You'll come away with plenty of knowledge on:

  • The blocking rules and offensive line techniques for the inside and outside zone plays.
  • Running back footwork and aiming points for both the inside and outside zone running plays.
  • Coach Yanule's philosophy behind each running play, including when he likes to run one or the other.

This video does a great job showcasing the RPO system that Coach Yanule's team utilizes, along with his preferred inside and outside zone running plays. If you want to learn a comprehensive RPO package with a complementary run game, look no further!

60 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: rpo trap game & inside pulls
RPO Trap Game & Inside Pulls

with Mark Yanule,
St. Xavier University Offensive Coordinator;
4x MSFA Mideast League Assistant Coach of the Year;
2011 NAIA National Champions

Running the ball from a spread formation can be a tough nut to crack since there are naturally fewer blockers to pave the way for your backs. However, you can still find great success running the ball if you can outsmart your opponent. Mark Yanule, St. Xavier University offensive coordinator, shows you exactly how to do that in this instructional video.

Trap Game System

Coach Yanule starts by diagramming the trap scheme that he uses with his team. Since his team does not have a tight end or fullback in its offense, this trap scheme is how Coach Yanule runs a power look. You'll see Yanule diagram how his QB takes the place of the second puller in a traditional power scheme by incorporating RPOs. He provides three variations of the trap scheme, including a guard pull, center pull, and tackle pull. You will also learn how the defensive player that is being trapped can be changed according to the game plan.

Trap Scheme Rules and Complementary RPOs

Next, Yanule covers the blocking rules for each variation of the trap play. Offensive lineman footwork, aiming points, and techniques are described and several examples are shown on game film. Coach Yanule also shows examples of several of the RPOs that complement the trap scheme from both 3x1 and 2x2 formations. He explains how this scheme and RPOs can be run out of empty sets as well.

In all, you'll learn:

  • The blocking rules and offensive line techniques for all three versions of the trap scheme.
  • The running back footwork and offensive line coaching points against a variety of defensive schemes.
  • Several complementary RPOs and quick game options that can be tagged onto the trap scheme that help keep the defense from overloading the run game.

This is an outstanding presentation of the trap scheme and complementary RPO system that can be utilized with any spread offense. Coach Yanule provides an in-depth look at a unique way to run the traditional gap scheme while maintaining a spread offense mindset. Give your offense a huge advantage over any defense next fall with this video!

61 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: mark yanule's offensive 4-pack
Mark Yanule's Offensive 4-Pack
FD-05548A:

with Mark Yanule,
St. Xavier University Offensive Coordinator;
4x MSFA Mideast League Assistant Coach of the Year;
2011 NAIA National Champions

Are you interested in learning some of the crucial tenets of an effective air raid offense? If so, this video gives you the chance to learn from one of the best offensive coordinators at the NAIA level - St. Xavier's Mark Yanule.

Coach Yanule has helped the Cougars remain among the nation's leaders in pass offense over the past several seasons. Under Yanule's direction, St. Xavier's offense has helped the program qualify for the NAIA playoffs consistently, several deep post season runs and a National Championship in 2011.

QB Read Progression

Yanule begins this presentation with a detailed explanation on how he teaches his quarterback to read the defense and how to determine where to go with the ball. In the Air Raid system that Coach Yanule uses, the QB reads a true progression and throws to open windows rather than reading a specific defender. Yanule also explains how the progression can be half field or whole field and gives several suggestions for how to make this progression easier on the QB by eliminating as many pre-snap reads as possible.

Route Concepts

Next, you'll watch Coach Yanule diagram the "Y-Cross" concept that forms the basis of his drop back passing game. He describes the routes for each position, including aiming points and several receiver coaching points.

You'll also get several other route concepts, including; Tiger, Dipper, Burst, Smash, and Arrow. These routes are similar in design but stress the defense and attack coverages in different ways while keeping a similar read progression for the QB. Additionally, Yanule shows several game film examples of each concept and several game plan and in-game adjustments for each concept.

Coach Yanule does an excellent job of presenting his Air Raid system in a concise, easy-to-follow method. Attack your opponents through the air and leave them flabbergasted on how to stop your offensive assault!

62 minutes. 2019.



FD-05548B:

with Mark Yanule,
St. Xavier University Offensive Coordinator;
4x MSFA Mideast League Assistant Coach of the Year;
2011 NAIA National Champions

Running a no back scheme can be very rewarding when done right. If your quarterback is given enough time to read the defense and make the right decision, opposing defensive coordinators will spend all night shaking their heads.

In this video, St. Xavier University offensive coordinator Mark Yanule shares his approach to the no back passing game. He includes plenty of chalk talk and game film examples to help relay his strategies to you, that way you can implement them with your own team.

No Back Routes and Plays

Coach Yanule hits on many of the best routes and plays that his offense has used for great success within a no back set. These include:

  • Hoss - A vertical hitch scheme that allows for the slot receivers to "read" the coverage for route conversions.
  • Pivot - A triangle read route that attack the heart of the defense.
  • Vertical Hitch - A simple concept that employs the hitch game with three verticals.
  • Quick Screen - The best play in the offense, considered a run from the no back attack.
  • Stick - An air raid base play with a Mike backer to safety read, allowing the QB a simple progression to attack the outnumbered side of the defense.
  • Snag - Another common play with the same QB read for high execution.

No Back Reads and Strategies

Yanule demonstrates how to keep the no back passing game simple, yet multiple in its approach. The QB has a "yes/no" pre-snap read on each play. If the defensive alignment does not take away the route, the QB will "bang" him the ball. If the pre-snap is not available by defensive alignment, the QB will simply go through his route progression working play side to back

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions


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