Do any of you have the attacking with the Wing-T offense? It's the series that shows how Creehan attacks each defense. If you have it, is it worth the purchase, or is it just a walk through of the plays that he would use, or does he give insight as to why he uses these plays? Thanks for any help that you could give.
Do you run tradtional wing t? If so then these videos are very good. I have some opinions on the traditional wing T. However, if you do not then these videos are not worth your time. Finally, Are you prepared to run the 3 million different plays of the wing t. Because that is what Creehan does in his version of the Wing T.
We dont lose any games we just run out of time.
I have seen your username on the jetsweep forums. What do you not like about the traditional wing-t? My plan is not to run all of the series that Coach Creehan runs. I would plan on three or four of the series and use them as the offense. I don't think that I can ask my kids to know ALL of the series that are possible. It will really depend on the personnel that we have coming back.
Any opinions or advice that you could give would be great.
I have his Wing-T vs. the 4-4 dvd. I think it is good. He goes through a lot of plays and explains the situations you'd run them against. Like if the DE is doing this, then run this... Our Wing-T is a lot like the traditional Wing-T, except that we have two wingbacks at 2 & 2 off the T and TE. I only have to use a little imagination (which is all I have) to make his his plays into mine.
I agree...Coach Creehan has a lot of plays, but more so, he's got a lot of ways of blocking the same play. I don't see much of a difference in 124 On, 124 Gut, and 124 Trap in backfield action. I think you have to stick with one as your staple and then use others on a game-by-game basis.
We used the tag blocking scheme and were able to install it in a week. It gave us the neccessary blocking for 136 Counter for that opponent. Once you have your base in, it doesn't take much to add a wrinkle here or there.