I'm hoping you kick start my understanding of strategy. I'm wondering how spotting the ball at a hash can influence play calling and defensive schemes. If you have the time and the inclination, I'd appreciate it.
Ball placement helps you decide which plays you want to call. If you need room to run a play it goes to the wide side and vice versa. Time constraints also are a determing factor in order to get the clock stopped expediently.
Coach Easton-TIGER ONE
J.C. EASTON<BR>HEAD COACH<BR>GA TIGERS FOOTBALL<BR>PROFESSIONAL MINOR LEAGUE
Thanks. Bible study is my favorite period of the day. The interaction and discussion arm me for the week. As for your input, thanks! I was hoping for more, but it is probably as simple as you make it sound. For some reason I thought it was rocket science.
For me, the defensive calls depend more on offensive tendencies than field position, we have played teams that run a balanced look, but really like to run to the wide side or the short side, we call our d based on them, not field location. I know some teams play their defensive backs according to field position, they have a boundary corner, and a field corner, the boundary can help a lesser corner becasue there is less space to cover.