Post by Coach Campbell on Apr 16, 2002 20:10:12 GMT
Coach to the full zone I tell my offensive line to put there play side foot in the bucket and take their push out with helmet placement to the playside jersey number, take the push out at a 45 degree angle this will be a zone cutback all the way unles running the play into a 7 tech. Climb the latter at 45 degrees. Coach CAmpbell
Post by Coach Campbell on Apr 17, 2002 19:03:18 GMT
Its always a pleasure to hear from you and congradulations on getting the offensive coordinators job, very well deserved. Keep up the great job and appreciate all your comments on the discussion board. Coach CAmpbell
Post by Coach Campbell on Sept 22, 2019 2:32:47 GMT
Personally, in my offenses I would incorporate the zone blocking scheme. I prefer the zone blocking scheme because it is fundamentally sound and easier to correct mistakes. The zone blocking scheme can take into account any defensive front that is shown. Players must be accountable for their blocking responsibilities. They must also use a lot of communication in zone blocking schemes. This communication can help build team chemistry. It also allows blockers to understand the responsibility of the person next to them so that they are aware of everything around them.
In the zone scheme, the gaps open up more clearly and give the running back a better choice on where to cut, while the man scheme really prevents this freedom of choice. A running back that can find the hole and make a fast cut to hit it can really thrive in a zone blocking scheme. This works best with athletically gifted backs who may be aggressive in getting to the open field. Linemen are able to more upfield more efficiently and can provide vital blocks for the running back after the play has already developed. The man blocking scheme can sometimes cause linemen to get trapped and prevents them from making it downfield.