Post by jtapp on Apr 8, 2011 11:34:40 GMT
Believe it or not we are installing SBV instead of 5 wide no huddle . No one in our state runs SBV much less under triple anything. We have been a pretty good team but cant produce vs the very athletic top 5 teams. I have always loved watching the offense, and think it fits us very well. We are studying everything we can get our hands on. We have had to go out of state just to find people that run it.
But we are very concerned about game adjustments. I am trying to make a call sheet that helps us when we see a front that was not expected. And I would like help from SBV guys on what the common fronts are that are seen. I understand there are a million things people can do from each front, but surely there are some basic fronts and techniques people use to stop triple.
So we know our 2 biggest district games they base out of a 3-4 but vs our double tight and pro they turn it into 5-2 2 deep and run quarters and cov 2. So what is common attack vs that D.
Basic SBV plays IV, OV, Mid, CT, Sweep. We also already run G (belley) lead and load and base our offense off of zone principles. (and any that are a MUST to have in)
Team 1 (vs 1 TE 2 back) - Shade, 5, 9, on strong side. 3,5 on weak side. 2 inside LBs and 2 safety's at 8 yards. Run mainly cov 2 but quarters also. What is the thinking on that attack on that.
Team 2 (vs 1TE 2 back) Zero, 4i/5/4 (move him alot) 9 on strong side. 3/4/4i and a 5 on weak side, two inside LB's 2 deep primarily quarters. What would the SBV guys run, what would you attack???
Any help and any resources greatly appreciated!! We are flying blind a little.