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00:00:00
and this week is definitely a special week for one.
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We have Thanksgiving tomorrow, guys.
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And I know like all you guys, it's gonna be a great Thanksgiving.
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The next is my birthday and Saturday, man.
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So let's clap it up for my birthday, man.
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Let's cap it up for my birthday.
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Coming up on Saturday.
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Now, today, today is gonna be a little bit different than normal.
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Uh, today I wanted to get into a little more film study.
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You know, usually, you know, I have my guest.
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We come on, we talk.
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But today I wanted to kind of show a little bit of place, mainly zone place, you know, a little bit of outside zone, mid zone.
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Inside zone is just talking about a little bit of that.
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I have some film from the UCF days and some great film, great coaching clinic type film that's gonna help you guys today.
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But before we get started with that, I wanted to address a question that is constantly asked, um to me, you know, it's acts in different ways, but it's pretty much the same, uh, question.
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You know, I get it on my instagram I get on my Twitter and the question is what makes a good officer online, or it's what can I do to be a better officer line? Or how can I be a better office alignment, right? All different ways of asking the same question, right? So I go back and I think of some of the top officer lineman that's playing right now.
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Let's just go into the NFL, right? You have top officer linemen all throughout every every every league, whether it's high school, college or pro, right.
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So let's stick with the pro.
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So you have guys like Trent Williams.
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You have guys like Trent Brown, Quinton Nelson, Zack Martin, all different players, right, different positions, right? You have both left side, right side tackle, guard.
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Whatever the case may be all good players, Um, but even though they're different players, they all have similar characteristics.
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And every office of linemen have these characteristics.
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If they want to be great, the great ones have these characteristic.
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So first, the first characteristic is of course, intelligence.
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Right? Are you a smart player? Can you get the concept down? Do you understand? Film.
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Do you understand what you're watching? Are you just watching film. Just watching.
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Or are you watching it? Dissecting and understanding and asking questions, right? You can't just watch film like it's a movie.
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Um, on Friday night, right.
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You have to understand what you're watching.
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All right, The next one is understanding the playbook.
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Understand what your coaches tryingto accomplish.
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You know, um you know, I think back to a lot of the great players that I played with, You know, they didn't just understand what they were doing.
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They understood the big picture.
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They understood what the person next to them had to do, because why it made their job a lot easier.
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The Nets is toughness.
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The next characteristic is toughness.
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Right? So first, we have intelligence.
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Now, the next one is toughness.
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You have to be a tough player to play this position.
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This is a This is not a pretty boy position.
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This is not a look.
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Good position.
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This is a down and dirty trenches position.
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It's a doggy dog position.
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You have to be tough when you're in the trenches.
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You, When you put your hand down in that dirt, you have to understand that is either me dominating this guy or this guy dominating me.
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No matter if you're playing officer line or defense, align the trenches is definitely a tough position.
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And along with the toughness, you have to understand.
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You have to be mentally tough and physically tough, mentally tough, because you have to have short term memory.
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So if it comes to a point where you jump offsides caused the penalty, give up the sack.
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You have to forget that play that play is over with.
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There's nothing you can do about that play.
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You can't bring it back.
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You can't rewind is nothing else you could do about that play.
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Move on to the next.
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The good ones, the great players.
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They move on the players that's average and constantly messing up.
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Those guys dwell on the last plate and continue to remember the last place right, so you have to have short term memory in that sense.
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Now.
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The next thing when it comes to mental toughness, right is being ableto understand that the coach is there to help you.
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He's gonna scream.
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He's gonna yeah, he's gonna do all those different things, but you cannot take it.
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The heart, Um I want to say it was Gerald McCoy, the defense? A tackle for the thing he plays for the Bucks.
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Now, if I'm not mistaking, I saw an interview where the reporter was saying, Man, why was coach yelling at you? Why was coach doing this? He made a great point.
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He said to you guys on the outside, it looks like coaches yelling and screaming and negative and doing all this stuff.
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But you have to hear what he's saying.
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You can't listen toe the way.
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He's saying it, listen to what he's saying.
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So he's screaming.
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He is yelling, but he's also teaching wild, screaming and yelling.
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So you have to be ableto have absorbed what coaches screaming and yelling at you about right.
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You have to understand that he's doing it because he's trying to teach.
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He's trying to get you better.
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Now when it comes to physical toughness as the office of linemen, right and it goes back. Thio.
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The beginning is always the model of Can I move this guy from Point A to point B against his will? That's the That's the question you have to ask yourself.
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You have a guy that's in front of you that does not want to be moved, but you have to move him.
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So that's where that physical toughness come in and to play, you know, you have to be a nasty player.
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Coaches coaches can teach nastiness.
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They conspire it, but they can't teach you.
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That has to be already in you.
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That has to be in you That has to be already in your heart toe.
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Wanna dominate the guy in front of you? They can't coach it.
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They can't go out there and and coach you to be nasty.
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But they can definitely inspire you to be nasty.
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They can motivate you to be nice, but just being a nasty player, that has to be already in you, Not the last thing, which is definitely one of the most important, um, concepts for me is as a player, especially officer line, because we were too protective or as a line is knowing the difference between pain and injury, right? You see a lot of guys, they sit out the relaxing training room, whatever the case may be for a little nick or a little neck.
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Now you have to understand pain.
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You can play through that injury.
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That's the point where you can definitely not play through it.
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You can't push through it.
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You might have to get surgery.
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You might be out for a few weeks.
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That's the difference.
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But if you're just sitting out for a little pain, then you really don't want it as bad as you can.
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My old college coach used to always say, never really understood it or never really paid too much attention to it until I started training started inspiring guys is you cannot make the club in the tub so pretty much.
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What he's saying is you cannot make the team if you're in the training room all the time.
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You know you have to be able to understand that For one, if I'm always in the training room and not practicing that guy, that's behind me.
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That's number two in the depth chart, sitting there beyond me.
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He's constantly working.
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He's constantly getting better.
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He's trying to ways to get better.
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So while I'm relaxing in the in the cold tub or doing whatever I'm doing, getting treatment that's in practice, this guy is continuing to get that much better each day.
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He's just stacking the days waiting, his opportunity.
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Now what does that mean for you now? High school is a little bit different.
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High school.
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You can kind of get away with things, but moving on to college and moving on to the pros.
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That's not gonna happen.
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This guy's continuing to get better.
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And now it's making you.
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It's making it harder for you to get your job back because it za revolving door.
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We're going to keep moving.
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You don't want to play.
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You don't want to get in. You hurt.
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Okay, We're gonna find the guy that wants to get in and wants to play now.
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The last characteristic that good or great office alignment have is working.
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It's working.
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How bad do you want it? Are you willing to put in that extra work to get to where you want to get to Does Coach has to force you to work Or are you one of those guys that is just in you? That's the way you was built.
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You have to build a successful work after, you know, you have to be willing to do the extra things that's gonna allow you the to get toe the next level and be successful and guys you can start now.
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It's simple.
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You can start now.
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There is no timetable on when you have to start.
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Start now, build.
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Build those characteristics right.
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Build that work ethic.
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Continue to learn plays, continue Thio, reach out different coaches and ask questions.
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Continue.
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Thio, find that mental toughness that physical toughness that it takes to get to where you want to get to and continue to build off of that stack the days that's all you have to do. Stack the days.
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But I definitely wanted toe to start off with that because those are questions that that's the question that I get just about every other day.
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So that now, at this point now, there's no excuse about what it takes to be a good officer line.
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Now for the fun part, for the fun part of things.
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Now we're going to move forward into our film study, so right here.
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All right.
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For the first play, first play right here.
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Right in your face.
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Begin right into it.
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We have are we have our zone plate.
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So we're gonna start rolling rolling the play right now.
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I'm ready, Joey.
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Ready? There we go.
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All right.
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Little technical difficulties were fine.
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All right, so if you if you if you go back a little bit There we go.
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So right here.
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You see, we have a mid zone play, right? So now first off what? You have to understand this, right? So first off, this is half line.
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This is a half line drill, right? So which means we're going from guard to tackle.
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Right? We're going from backside guard.
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Thio place.
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I'd tackle.
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We're right.
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We're running the mid side zone.
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So first off, right? You look at our front.
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The nose is playing to our front side.
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So what does that mean? Well, let me go back a little bit more when you're when you're watching the running game.
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I like to tell my office alignment all the time is that you want to mirror the back so your steps and the running back steps should be on the same angle.
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That right there is the beginning off A successful play, if we can marry each other, are running back in our officer line right now.
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Here we have our men.
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MSM play are running back.
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Landmark is the but of the of the guard of the place I guard.
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Right.
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So right now we already know he wants to get to that to the butt of the guard.
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So now who does that put stress on a little bit more? That guard, right? In this sense, obviously, he's uncovered.
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But in reality, that's the guy who's gonna have the most stress.
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Because we know that if we did have a guy that was over him, he will have to move this guy away from the point of where the running back is trying to get to.
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Right.
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So now you see that the officer tackle, right? That right tackle, right tackle does a great job, right? Right.
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Tackle does a great job getting his foot in the ground.
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He does a great job keeping the keeping a tight landmark.
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Right? You see, his hat is on that play side pet.
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Um, having a strong inside hand.
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He does a good job with a strong inside hand.
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This is crucial.
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We know he knows the landmark is inside of him.
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So what can he not allow? He cannot allow that defense an end to come back inside.
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So he does a good job with the strong against our hand.
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Now, on this one, I want to say the center gave a solo called If I'm Not mistaking.
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The center gave us solo called.
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So that's pretty much He's pretty much letting the guard knows that I have him.
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I have him under control.
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You can go help, um, the tackle on and work your way up to that linebacker.
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Now with our place, I'd guard right without right guard.
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What he does a good job is I like to say you want a key to me, right? So he does.
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He does a good job with his footwork, getting on the angle of the running back.
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Notice his angle noted, noticed the running back angle.
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These guys are on the same angle now.
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He checks forward the knee.
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Hey, checks the end to make sure that isn't slipping inside.
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Now he see that the knee does not slant to him.
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Okay, that's fine.
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Now he works his way up to the linebacker now.
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Well, I would like a little bit more is tighter hands right.
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Working his way up to the line back, I would definitely like tighter hands.
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Um, but overall, this is a definitely a great play.
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Good job by the center.
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Aziz.
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Well, right now, guys might be looking at it and saying, Well, he didn't get the movement.
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That's fine.
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It's college football, right? Is pro football.
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You're not going to drive a guy 30 yards off the ball every single time.
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But what does he do? That is a great job.
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You see his number? You see his numbers, right? He is square and he has him covered up.
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We're fine with that as a running back.
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As long as I can see my office of line numbers and this guy is covered up, I don't see any defense line color in the hole.
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I can win with that.
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We can make it work.
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That is the key.
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Cover guys up our coach.
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My coach used to always say that every single that as long as we cover guys up, you don't have to worry about driving Guy 10, 15 yards because that's not realistic.
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Every single play.
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But what can be realistic is making sure that you're covering him up.
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So now you're giving the running back clear vision of where he want to go, so right now.
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And with this man's own, he could hit it front side or you get cut it back side.
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So right now he sees that the center is Washington Washington defense alignment where he wants to go, taking him where he wants to go.
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So what does he do? He cuts back.
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We have a home run and half line.
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Uh, half line drill.
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Now our next play, right? Our next play, we're gonna be talking a little bit about outside zone.
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Alright, We're gonna be talking about outside outside zone now.
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The same thing is happening.
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Alright.
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On this next play, we're going outside on, but the same concept As far as officer line running backs have to be on the same angle.
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Right? Have to be on the same angle.
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The only thing that changes with outside zone is now the landmark for the running back is the butter to tight end, right, running the butter to tight end.
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Then you have some guys some coaches that say Okay, outside leg off the tackle.
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Right.
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So it's whatever your preference is your preferences.
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But I'm used to the concept of running the butter to tight end.
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So right here.
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Right. You have.
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Ah, Guard in the tackle.
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Right guard Tackle.
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Right here.
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You're going to see, though.
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You're going to see them running a what? You would call a double.
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All right, So what is a double double is a double team.
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It is established mandatory, right? A double team between guard and tax.
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So now we're working the outside zone.
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So what does that mean? That means that the guard and tackle are working the double team up to that Bakker over the top of them.
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Now what? You have to understand.
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This is two for two.
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So no matter how these to play out, we have.
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So let's say the defense and slants across the tackle.
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Face comes inside and linebacker plays over the top.
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We have to work that out.
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Let's say the defense and end ends up playing outside for contain and linebacker shoots into that Big A.
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We have to play it out.
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It's two for two.
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So right here.
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You see these guys? They have a double call, right? They have a double call once again.
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Good job by the tackle with his landmark place.
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I pet not, uh let me go back a little bit when we're running outside zone.
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Of course, she actually wanted to reach a guy, but it's not to the point where you want to turn your butt in the hole and overreaching.
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You don't wanna put stress on that guard.
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First off, you don't.
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You know, you know that you can get to where you want to get to as far as your landmark because you have help.
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So you don't have to get to the point where you're tryingto overrun it so much that now you're putting stress on that guard.
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And now you forcing that guard to try to have toe get on his horse to try to help you out.
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And now, if something plays out where guys are slamming and moving, and now everything looks like a disaster.
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So right here you see the tackle? There's a good job with his tight number landmark, Um, his fist in the gut guard does a good job can.
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And me guard.
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That's a good job. Can.
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And he once again you see all numbers, right? You see all numbers.
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So now these guys are fit in.
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All right? These guys do a good job they're fit in there.
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You see the linebackers plan.
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They can't the linebackers can to run it back.
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So whatever the running back is doing, the linebacker is being forced toe.
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Have to make a decision.
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So now if we play it.
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So he does right here.
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You see, the defensive end continues to stay with the tackle plays, uh, plays locked on the tackle.
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The linebacker ends up hitting that big gap.
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So what happens to for two? We have to play it out.
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Like I said earlier, if he hits that be Gap guard has to understand, Okay? I have to come off.
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You stay on the end and we work our way up to him Now.
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He does a good job with it.
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If he wants to play.
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If he wants to play backdoor, which means he don't, he doesn't hit it.
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Front side.
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All right.
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He doesn't play over the top.
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He is the downhill into that big gap makes It makes the job easier for our guard, right? He does a good job coming off now.
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Our center, our center, does a good job with the reach.
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Obviously he calls a solo.
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So our center feels comfortable reaching that.
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That that knows that's a good job reaching this guy, fighting across his face, getting his fist in the gut, and now are are running back.
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There's a good job hitting it outside.
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There we go.
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Good job.
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That's a good job by the officer line.
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Now, moving on into a little bit of a little bit more of game film.
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All right, You're going to see these guys versus the University of Memphis.
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Right? So right here is a little bit different right here.
00:21:00
You have an inside zone play, all right? We have our insides on concept.
00:21:05
Now it's a little bit different because we're going to get star.
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Okay, front. Right.
00:21:11
We're going to get some. Okay. Front.
00:21:12
So with Roky Front, Which means this is a three down front, right? Three guys, um, covering the line of scrimmage. Right.
00:21:20
So you have the two tackles covering and you have the center cover.
00:21:24
Now, when I say okay, when I say okay, that means you have a overhang guy, usually the outside backer, and sometimes you could have that end as well, but it's usually a stand up guy.
00:21:34
All right, So you're gonna have that stand up guy.
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That's over the right side, in this case, right? So you have the three down guys and then you have a overhang.
00:21:42
Alright, That Okay, guy, that's standing up over the top.
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Now we're going inside on.
00:21:46
So with this, right, So with this, you will see on this play on the right side.
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These call these guys call an out call.
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Now, when you have a okey front, even though it's a three down front, Technically, when you have, ah, four down front.
00:22:04
Okay, front.
00:22:06
Most coaches I know the coaches.
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I've been around.
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We always want to try to turn it into a Ford out front.
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So in this case, right now, what we will do, we will call that stand up guy.
00:22:22
Defensive end.
00:22:24
The guy that's over the tackle will treat him as just a normal d taco.
00:22:28
Right.
00:22:29
Then you have your nose as over the center.
00:22:30
You have your end.
00:22:31
That's on the back side, right? So we'll try to turn it into a four down front, if possible.
00:22:36
So in this case, you can see that these guys turned it into a forward, our front, because on the right side.
00:22:42
These guys calling hop ball.
00:22:44
Right.
00:22:45
So now what? These guys calling the out call.
00:22:49
Um, with these guys starting the alcohol, it's just simple out right here.
00:22:56
You will see.
00:22:57
Right guard.
00:22:58
Right tackle.
00:22:59
They got these guys going out toe the D tackle and that stand up guy.
00:23:04
Perfect.
00:23:05
So now what It does.
00:23:07
So if we can rewind it just a little bit, So two things gonna happen right here.
00:23:14
Right? So these guys, these guys call the alcohol now for the center in that backside guard right now, he knows if they're going out, I can call it a call.
00:23:28
Not necessarily that I needed, but just so you can have my back, just in case I need it.
00:23:35
Right.
00:23:36
So what does that do for the Senate? The Senate could sell out now, right? Because he knows I have help on my backside.
00:23:44
Right.
00:23:45
So now rewind it, right.
00:23:47
If we rewind it now, I know I have a out on the front side.
00:23:53
I have a a in the middle between my my center and my backside guard.
00:23:58
And now for my backside tackle. Right.
00:24:02
My left tackle.
00:24:03
It's just a normal cut off block.
00:24:05
Right? Because you have five for five in this case, right before the three down guys with their hand in the dirt, right over the two tigers in the center.
00:24:14
I have my stand up guy, which is that? Okay, front.
00:24:17
And then I have that Mike Backer that's in the middle.
00:24:20
So now we're playing five for five.
00:24:22
However it unfolds.
00:24:23
We want to take care of these five guys.
00:24:25
That's in the box now with this right guard notice.
00:24:31
This is why this is why you have to play with a good base, be under control.
00:24:37
Good body control.
00:24:38
Because notice the right guard.
00:24:40
This guy, right that that tackle ends up slamming inside.
00:24:46
You don't see you don't see the right guard panicking, overthinking, trying to make him stay outside.
00:24:52
No, He takes him where he wants to go. Okay.
00:24:55
You want you want to go inside? That's fine.
00:24:57
We'll take you inside, we'll run you inside and let them run the back cut off of me.
00:25:02
Which he does a good job with that.
00:25:04
All right. He does a very good job with that.
00:25:06
And what ends up happening, we get 55 toe, eight yards a pop right here.
00:25:14
And if we could go back one more time if we could go back one more time.
00:25:19
Now, right here.
00:25:20
You see the center? How everything got four right between the senator and the backside guard.
00:25:26
Now the center ends up working to the second level, right? You're not gonna It's not gonna always be perfect.
00:25:32
You're not gonna just stand there and and hope that the guy runs into you know, this guy is trying to find the ball carrying.
00:25:40
So what happens? The linebacker ends up thinking that the ball cares, cutting it, uh, staying front side, which was correct.
00:25:48
So now he overplays the play.
00:25:50
And what happens with the center? The center just takes him again where he wants to go.
00:25:55
He doesn't panic.
00:25:56
He doesn't overthink it.
00:25:57
He takes him where he wants to go and allow the running back to make a play off of that.
00:26:03
And now, once again, we get 5 to 8 yards apart.
00:26:09
There we go. Perfect.
00:26:12
Perfect.
00:26:15
Now the next play, right? It's a little bit different now.
00:26:19
Now we're running our zone play from the gun.
00:26:23
All right, So now blocking scheme.
00:26:27
Not really much change, but the angles changed a little bit for the for the running back, right.
00:26:33
But now we got.
00:26:34
We have Akron here and they're running at 41 Alright, that 41 box and they're running that even front.
00:26:42
So when I say even front, that means they were running to three techniques.
00:26:46
Right? The outside shade there, outside shade of the guard, right there, even from the center, is uncovered.
00:26:52
All right, so that's what that means when I say even front Now, what do you expect when you see it even front? Expect games.
00:27:02
Expect twist, right, that's what That's the front where you're going to see a lot of games and twist right when they're running at three and five.
00:27:09
So expect that.
00:27:11
So as you can see right here on the front side, which is the left side on this play, these guys were running the twist, right? So once again, once again, do not panic.
00:27:23
Take these guys where they want to go and allow first off before I begin that let me back up.
00:27:30
Look at the angle.
00:27:31
So look at the angles that everyone is going in right.
00:27:34
So everyone is still on the same angle.
00:27:37
Everyone is still on the same angle, right? Still taking the same angle.
00:27:41
Now back Thio the twist game.
00:27:45
You do not want to panic.
00:27:48
Whatever these guys want to go, take them where they want to go.
00:27:54
Don't try to force it taking where they want to go and let the running back make him play.
00:27:58
Make a play off of it.
00:28:00
Is that simple? Allowed to running back to make a playoff.
00:28:04
These guys end up twisting.
00:28:06
You see the left tackle end up putting his foot in the ground, coming back and just walling everything off.
00:28:13
And now what does that do for the running back? He sees no contained outside.
00:28:18
So now what? We're gonna bounce it outside and ends up making a good play off of it.
00:28:24
Young guys, that's what you have to understand.
00:28:26
Don't try to force it.
00:28:28
Just allow things to play out naturally, right? So if we could go back a little bit more, there we go.
00:28:40
Good steps by everyone.
00:28:42
Noticed the tackle, The tackle in the garden.
00:28:45
Notice the right tackle o the left tackle and left guard.
00:28:48
These guys look the same.
00:28:50
They these guys look the same.
00:28:51
Look like they could be twins.
00:28:53
Alright, guys, look the same.
00:28:55
So right now, once again, everything do not allow the defense to dictate how you gonna block if they end up twisting, It's fine.
00:29:07
Left tackle does a good job, Walling everything Golf left guard does a great job picking up the twisters.
00:29:13
Well, now you see, the center center does a good job.
00:29:16
Look at the angle of the center.
00:29:18
He looks just like the running back.
00:29:21
Right? If you scream, if you take a picture of it.
00:29:23
Thies guys look exactly the same, right? They're both on the same angle.
00:29:29
Um, getting up Thio this linebacker.
00:29:32
So if you play it and now he does a good job, right? He does a good job.
00:29:43
It does a good job getting up to that second level, right? Does a good job getting up to the second level and continuing to run this guy backside does a good job walling everything off.
00:29:58
And it's a good play.
00:30:00
Good things happen when we're on the same angle and everyone is going the same page.
00:30:04
Good things happen now Now, with this play.
00:30:17
Alright? Still, we have an inside zone, all right? We still have our inside zone and simply I put this play on there just really simple.
00:30:27
Not Thio really get into the depth with everything.
00:30:30
But I simply put this play on there because when you have five guys or six, including the tight end, right when you have these five guys working together on the same page, great things happen.
00:30:50
It's just it's that simple.
00:30:51
When all five guys on the same page understanding what understand what each other is going to do.
00:31:00
Good things happen.
00:31:01
So let's see.
00:31:08
There we go.
00:31:10
There we go.
00:31:11
Right off the back, Right off the bat.
00:31:13
We could play it just a little bit.
00:31:15
Stop right there.
00:31:17
Now, as you can see, everyone is fit into that double team, right? We're running the insides on again, running the insides on.
00:31:27
Everyone looks the same.
00:31:31
Keep saying it over and over and over.
00:31:35
If the running back in the office of line are on the same angles is most likely gonna be a good play if we all look the same.
00:31:46
It's probably gonna be a good play in this play, right? here you can see all six guys numbers.
00:31:55
I'm talking tight end as well.
00:31:58
You see From the tight end to the left tackle to the left, guard to the center, Thio the right guard to the right side.
00:32:05
You see everyone's number If we're fit and each other double team, as you could see on the right side, you could see these guys are fit.
00:32:14
You could see on the left side these gotta thes guys air fit in the into the double team with their numbers, facing the camera and covering guys up.
00:32:25
It's going to be a good place if out if I'm a just a guy that I've never seen this never seen this film just a normal coach.
00:32:34
If I was to give this just a normal officer line coach and I showed him this picture right here and I asked them, What do you think happened on this play? I guarantee you he'll say it was a good play.
00:32:48
Not necessarily how many yards you got, but it was.
00:32:52
It was a good player, so let's take a look once again.
00:32:58
It's a good place.
00:33:00
It's a good place.
00:33:02
Look at the whole look at the whole.
00:33:05
First, we have the double team between the left guard and left tackle, right? And let me let me matter of fact, let me let me rewind just a little bit and you're going to see it on another another play later on.
00:33:18
But look what happens.
00:33:20
I hope there's a running back or a few running backs that's looking at this right now.
00:33:26
Look at how pressing the line of scrimmage, turning your shoulders, keeping your shoulders square.
00:33:35
What that does to the linebackers it allows.
00:33:40
The linebacker allows the linebacker to get sucked in Thio.
00:33:47
All the mess that's going on, you're bringing the linebacker closer toe us as the officer line.
00:33:55
So by him, pressing the line of scrimmage.
00:33:58
Pressing, pressing, pressing he actually brought the line back into the left guard.
00:34:04
He brought it to him.
00:34:05
He bring him to the left guard linebacker, had no idea where the running back waas, but all he saw Waas Okay, his ankle waas coming down here so by the linebacker being sucked in, he was able to cut it off the left guard but and make a big play.
00:34:28
And now rewind just just a little bit.
00:34:32
Notice the tight end.
00:34:34
Tight end.
00:34:35
Does a good job cutting them off.
00:34:37
All right, get up to the second level.
00:34:39
Right.
00:34:40
Get up to the second level cutting off that.
00:34:43
That, uh, that safety linebacker guy. Right.
00:34:47
End up cutting him off.
00:34:48
Get up to the second level.
00:34:50
Did a good job with that, holding him off.
00:34:54
Good things happen when we're when we're all on the same page.
00:34:58
Heck of a job.
00:35:00
Heck of a job.
00:35:03
Now, here we have, um, are inside zone.
00:35:08
This is You see, our first Penn State man went up there and and shut 110.
00:35:14
Got 110,000 fans up.
00:35:17
Right? Silent, silent, the crowd.
00:35:20
So right here we have s eyes on.
00:35:25
First off, you have to understand that the running back has many different auctions, right? Hitting the front side or he could cut off backside.
00:35:35
Right? He has two different options.
00:35:38
Um, so once again, once again, once again, you see five guys.
00:35:48
Six, including the tight end, working on the same page, the same exact page.
00:36:00
Let's see, once again you see everyone's number as a running back.
00:36:13
I've never played running back, but as a running back, if they can see your numbers, if they can see your numbers, it's gonna be something something good is gonna happen because we're covering guys up.
00:36:31
So right here, you see Number eight with your storm Johnson does a good job.
00:36:36
He ends up still pressing the whole.
00:36:39
He said that the left, you see that that be Gap is is looking very, very intriguing right now, right? And so let's see.
00:36:48
Let's see if he if he if he stays front side or if he ends up cutting it back there we go.
00:36:58
It looked intriguing, but it was definitely something that he saw pre snap.
00:37:06
He saw this pre snap because priests not read.
00:37:10
That's a big, big gap.
00:37:12
Regardless, no one, No one is in the B gap.
00:37:15
No one is in the big gap.
00:37:17
So as the officer, like, all we have to do is make sure that we maintain what we have right now, which is a wide open be gap.
00:37:26
Now, if we go back to the beginning, what I want these young guys that understand as well is notice the left guard, right, So right here you can see that the center and the left guard are doubling right, called the single right.
00:37:43
It's a double team between the center and the place.
00:37:46
I guard now notice the technique that the place I'd guard is using on this right? It's called a Gallup technique right, which means which is usually used in inside zone.
00:37:59
Right with a guy that you're doubling to, which is that second level guy.
00:38:05
He's either head up thio inside of you.
00:38:07
You want to use that Gallup technique.
00:38:09
So right here just noticed the left guard as he used his gallop technique boom person.
00:38:18
He's keeping his shoulders square, keeping that inside inside leg high, bringing, forced through it, pounding the ground, and now it's easier for him to get off on that second level.
00:38:35
Now he could ricochet himself off on to the second level center, does a good job covering him up and understanding that he's gonna be the one coming off.
00:38:44
So I have to get my hat to the play side.
00:38:48
Same thing on the backside.
00:38:49
These guys understand that have to cover these guys up guard.
00:38:56
I might be working off getting up to that bag of that that looks like it's flowing over the top and tackle.
00:39:02
I have to understand that I might be coming off a swell.
00:39:05
Now it looks like they played it.
00:39:06
The opposite linebacker ends up back.
00:39:09
Door and tackle end up coming off on it.
00:39:12
But good job by that left guard selling that second level guy for, uh, to spring the running back.
00:39:21
There we go.
00:39:22
Good job, man.
00:39:25
Silence.
00:39:26
And 100 and 10,000 guys.
00:39:28
100 and 10,000 fans.
00:39:32
One of the greatest fellas ever.
00:39:33
Now, for those that don't know about Louisville defense back in 2013, they were some of the top there was.
00:39:50
There was one of the top teams in every category.
00:39:54
Every single category you could you could think of, uh, in the defensive side of statistics.
00:40:00
Now, right here we have our insides on.
00:40:03
Once again with our inside zone running back has to understand that he has a two way go.
00:40:08
He could hit the front side, or he can hit it back side. Right.
00:40:12
So here you see, once again, we have another team that's running that Okay, front right at three down, guy with a stand up guy.
00:40:20
That's on the edge.
00:40:21
Um, and Thio kind of go back Teoh a little bit about Louisville defense.
00:40:30
These guys, I don't even know exactly the amount.
00:40:32
But these guys have multiple draft picks on his defense that year, so that right there is just let you know, the type of defense.
00:40:41
Uh, you see, it was facing.
00:40:43
Now you see 91 Who is that Rush guy? Right, That stand up guy.
00:40:48
And with this, you see that the tight end is gonna be on the front side off the plate, which allows the office of line to keep everything inside.
00:41:03
So if we go back, if you remember on that Memphis played when we had the okey front, the right side called an out call, Right? So now by us having the tight end front side, we don't have to worry about calling the house call.
00:41:19
We keep everything inside.
00:41:21
Right.
00:41:22
So now you see on the front side, they're gonna have a double once again the senate. Alright.
00:41:28
He's solo.
00:41:29
He feels he has everything under control.
00:41:30
But now what's going to be, uh, next level, right? Next level type of technique is the left guard, right, even though the center might have called solo.
00:41:44
He's still there to protect him, but not on Lee is that left guard there to protect him.
00:41:50
The left guard is also there to protect.
00:41:53
The tackle is well, right because we're working up to two.
00:41:59
So he knows he has this triangle.
00:42:01
That's the triangle that knows that end.
00:42:05
And number two, right? That that guy that's right over the goalpost.
00:42:09
We know that's what we that's he knows That's his triangle.
00:42:12
That's what he has to work with.
00:42:14
So based on, also based on where this linebacker is, a line it determines determines my technique and how I'm getting up to him and who I might even help.
00:42:27
Right? So right here, you will see this is next level type of technique that he that he showed up here.
00:42:35
So right now he's still taking his normal zone stuff.
00:42:38
Peking to make sure the center is okay, right? Nets, he checks. Okay.
00:42:46
Center has everything under control.
00:42:49
I still have to get up to my backer.
00:42:51
He puts his foot in the ground.
00:42:53
He sees the linebacker playing back door.
00:42:55
He puts his foot in the ground because he sees color right over the tackle.
00:43:00
He sees color because once again, his triangle is that knows that death is the end and number two.
00:43:08
So once we see color, he puts the sideboard on for the tackle.
00:43:14
Well, person, Now what? He also understands reverting all the way back to the beginning of the show.
00:43:25
Intelligence understanding, the play understanding.
00:43:29
What are we trying to accomplish? He understands on this.
00:43:33
Okay, If Number Two plays back door all the way back side outside of the tackle, there's no need to chase him because he will not make the play.
00:43:43
Unless, you know he's just that good.
00:43:47
And if he ends up making a play back door, that's fine.
00:43:51
We can live with that.
00:43:52
But what we can't allow is penetration inside.
00:43:55
So now he puts the sideboard on number two plays back door.
00:44:00
He does a good job with that.
00:44:02
No, we're working a double team now.
00:44:06
We're working the double.
00:44:07
Team number two is out the picture.
00:44:09
Now we're not worried about number two no more.
00:44:11
So now we're working a double team between guards and tackled, and it's just natural when you play next to somebody long enough and understand what they have to get done.
00:44:21
It's just become natural.
00:44:23
We didn't call this.
00:44:25
We didn't say this.
00:44:26
Yes, we communicating as well as we're going, but it just naturally happens now.
00:44:32
Notice the safety coming into the picture, right? He now becomes what you would call that number two, right? That linebacker that we was working up to because now he becomes the next threat.
00:44:46
Because number two is not a threat anymore.
00:44:49
He now becomes the next threat.
00:44:52
So he understands that.
00:44:56
So what does he do? What does he do next? He works himself up, toe the safety, which is number 25 coming into the picture down at the bottom, right over the goalpost.
00:45:09
So let's see.
00:45:11
He gets off, he gets off, right, he gets off.
00:45:15
Take care of the of the double team with the tackle nets.
00:45:19
All you need.
00:45:20
All we need is a save the day block.
00:45:23
That's all we need to save the day.
00:45:24
Block doesn't have to be perfect.
00:45:26
You don't have to drive a guy just enough get, uh, just enough of a piece of them to help the running back get into the end zone, and that's what he does on this plan.
00:45:38
Touchdown.
00:45:40
Great job, Great play.
00:45:43
Great place.
00:45:47
Now for our last play, right? For our last play.
00:45:53
This is another play that I put on here, not not necessarily talking about officer line.
00:46:02
This is This is giving kudos to the running back because the running back does a great job making the officer line look good.
00:46:18
If you notice on this play, when you when the play starts rolling, you'll notice it doesn't look pretty.
00:46:24
It doesn't look pretty right? Doesn't look pretty for for the whole officer line, right? It's not a pretty play, but it's not gonna always look pretty.
00:46:33
Guys, right? You see some some of these young guys, man, they're like, Well, you did this or this happened or it's not gonna always be perfect.
00:46:42
It's not.
00:46:43
That's just natural. It's not gonna be perfect.
00:46:45
But what does the running back do? He presses, He presses, He presses, he presses, sucking.
00:46:55
Look at Look at the all all of the red jerseys.
00:47:01
He's forcing these guys to come up sooner than they want.
00:47:06
They don't know if he sent front side back.
00:47:08
They don't know, All they could see is that his shoulders are square and it looks like he's coming downhill at, so they have no choice but to react off of instinct, which is I need to come down here and meet him in the hole.
00:47:23
So now he sucks them into the line of scrimmage, and now he hits it outside.
00:47:30
He bounces it.
00:47:32
Which is a good job, as always, is all we need to do.
00:47:36
Look at the red jersey that's on the ground right now.
00:47:38
All we need to do is cover guys up as the officer line, and you think of some of the some of the top running backs, you know, that do these type of things.
00:47:48
You know, you have, say, Kwan Barkley, right? Even though he's heard Yes, Anquan Barkley have Alvin Kamara.
00:47:55
You have Christian McCaffrey.
00:47:57
You have Mike Ingram.
00:47:58
You have all these guys that does this at the highest level, so running back, it's important for you.
00:48:08
You guys have to be on the same page with the line.
00:48:14
It's not going to always be perfect, but you But you can make us look good as well, just like how we open up the holes.
00:48:21
You could save us sometimes and make us look good.
00:48:24
So right here you can see he does a heck of a job.
00:48:28
Heck of a job bouncing it outside.
00:48:30
And once again good things happen.
00:48:32
You get out there, he gets Hey, gets that long run right? That's a heck of a job by these guys, right? Man? At the end of the day, at the end of the day, man, all right, Definitely.
00:48:51
I want everyone to understand the true concept of what it's not only just about being a good office alignment, but also what it takes to just be a good football player.
00:49:07
The three characteristics that I mentioned earlier, right, having a good work at right, putting in the work constantly, um, toughness, mentally and physically tough and also being intelligent, understanding the play, understanding why you're doing what you're doing.
00:49:29
Just don't go out there just toe play.
00:49:32
I understand what's going on.
00:49:33
It'll make the game a lot easier.
00:49:37
I appreciate you guys for listening for tuning in today.
00:49:41
Um, happy Thanksgiving to everyone.
00:49:45
Hope you guys enjoy.
00:49:47
Have a blessed one and we'll be back next week.
00:49:50
Man, I appreciate you guys for tuning in.
00:49:53
See you guys next week
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and this week is definitely a special week for one.
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We have Thanksgiving tomorrow, guys.
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And I know like all you guys, it's gonna be a great Thanksgiving.
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The next is my birthday and Saturday, man.
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So let's clap it up for my birthday, man.
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Let's cap it up for my birthday.
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Coming up on Saturday.
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Now, today, today is gonna be a little bit different than normal.
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Uh, today I wanted to get into a little more film study.
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You know, usually, you know, I have my guest.
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We come on, we talk.
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But today I wanted to kind of show a little bit of place, mainly zone place, you know, a little bit of outside zone, mid zone.
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Inside zone is just talking about a little bit of that.
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I have some film from the UCF days and some great film, great coaching clinic type film that's gonna help you guys today.
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But before we get started with that, I wanted to address a question that is constantly asked, um to me, you know, it's acts in different ways, but it's pretty much the same, uh, question.
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You know, I get it on my instagram I get on my Twitter and the question is what makes a good officer online, or it's what can I do to be a better officer line? Or how can I be a better office alignment, right? All different ways of asking the same question, right? So I go back and I think of some of the top officer lineman that's playing right now.
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Let's just go into the NFL, right? You have top officer linemen all throughout every every every league, whether it's high school, college or pro, right.
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So let's stick with the pro.
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So you have guys like Trent Williams.
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You have guys like Trent Brown, Quinton Nelson, Zack Martin, all different players, right, different positions, right? You have both left side, right side tackle, guard.
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Whatever the case may be all good players, Um, but even though they're different players, they all have similar characteristics.
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And every office of linemen have these characteristics.
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If they want to be great, the great ones have these characteristic.
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So first, the first characteristic is of course, intelligence.
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Right? Are you a smart player? Can you get the concept down? Do you understand? Film.
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Do you understand what you're watching? Are you just watching film. Just watching.
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Or are you watching it? Dissecting and understanding and asking questions, right? You can't just watch film like it's a movie.
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Um, on Friday night, right.
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You have to understand what you're watching.
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All right, The next one is understanding the playbook.
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Understand what your coaches tryingto accomplish.
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You know, um you know, I think back to a lot of the great players that I played with, You know, they didn't just understand what they were doing.
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They understood the big picture.
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They understood what the person next to them had to do, because why it made their job a lot easier.
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The Nets is toughness.
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The next characteristic is toughness.
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Right? So first, we have intelligence.
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Now, the next one is toughness.
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You have to be a tough player to play this position.
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This is a This is not a pretty boy position.
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This is not a look.
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Good position.
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This is a down and dirty trenches position.
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It's a doggy dog position.
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You have to be tough when you're in the trenches.
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You, When you put your hand down in that dirt, you have to understand that is either me dominating this guy or this guy dominating me.
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No matter if you're playing officer line or defense, align the trenches is definitely a tough position.
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And along with the toughness, you have to understand.
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You have to be mentally tough and physically tough, mentally tough, because you have to have short term memory.
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So if it comes to a point where you jump offsides caused the penalty, give up the sack.
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You have to forget that play that play is over with.
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There's nothing you can do about that play.
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You can't bring it back.
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You can't rewind is nothing else you could do about that play.
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Move on to the next.
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The good ones, the great players.
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They move on the players that's average and constantly messing up.
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Those guys dwell on the last plate and continue to remember the last place right, so you have to have short term memory in that sense.
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Now.
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The next thing when it comes to mental toughness, right is being ableto understand that the coach is there to help you.
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He's gonna scream.
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He's gonna yeah, he's gonna do all those different things, but you cannot take it.
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The heart, Um I want to say it was Gerald McCoy, the defense? A tackle for the thing he plays for the Bucks.
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Now, if I'm not mistaking, I saw an interview where the reporter was saying, Man, why was coach yelling at you? Why was coach doing this? He made a great point.
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He said to you guys on the outside, it looks like coaches yelling and screaming and negative and doing all this stuff.
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But you have to hear what he's saying.
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You can't listen toe the way.
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He's saying it, listen to what he's saying.
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So he's screaming.
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He is yelling, but he's also teaching wild, screaming and yelling.
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So you have to be ableto have absorbed what coaches screaming and yelling at you about right.
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You have to understand that he's doing it because he's trying to teach.
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He's trying to get you better.
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Now when it comes to physical toughness as the office of linemen, right and it goes back. Thio.
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The beginning is always the model of Can I move this guy from Point A to point B against his will? That's the That's the question you have to ask yourself.
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You have a guy that's in front of you that does not want to be moved, but you have to move him.
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So that's where that physical toughness come in and to play, you know, you have to be a nasty player.
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Coaches coaches can teach nastiness.
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They conspire it, but they can't teach you.
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That has to be already in you.
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That has to be in you That has to be already in your heart toe.
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Wanna dominate the guy in front of you? They can't coach it.
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They can't go out there and and coach you to be nasty.
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But they can definitely inspire you to be nasty.
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They can motivate you to be nice, but just being a nasty player, that has to be already in you, Not the last thing, which is definitely one of the most important, um, concepts for me is as a player, especially officer line, because we were too protective or as a line is knowing the difference between pain and injury, right? You see a lot of guys, they sit out the relaxing training room, whatever the case may be for a little nick or a little neck.
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Now you have to understand pain.
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You can play through that injury.
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That's the point where you can definitely not play through it.
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You can't push through it.
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You might have to get surgery.
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You might be out for a few weeks.
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That's the difference.
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But if you're just sitting out for a little pain, then you really don't want it as bad as you can.
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My old college coach used to always say, never really understood it or never really paid too much attention to it until I started training started inspiring guys is you cannot make the club in the tub so pretty much.
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What he's saying is you cannot make the team if you're in the training room all the time.
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You know you have to be able to understand that For one, if I'm always in the training room and not practicing that guy, that's behind me.
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That's number two in the depth chart, sitting there beyond me.
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He's constantly working.
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He's constantly getting better.
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He's trying to ways to get better.
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So while I'm relaxing in the in the cold tub or doing whatever I'm doing, getting treatment that's in practice, this guy is continuing to get that much better each day.
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He's just stacking the days waiting, his opportunity.
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Now what does that mean for you now? High school is a little bit different.
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High school.
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You can kind of get away with things, but moving on to college and moving on to the pros.
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That's not gonna happen.
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This guy's continuing to get better.
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And now it's making you.
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It's making it harder for you to get your job back because it za revolving door.
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We're going to keep moving.
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You don't want to play.
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You don't want to get in. You hurt.
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Okay, We're gonna find the guy that wants to get in and wants to play now.
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The last characteristic that good or great office alignment have is working.
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It's working.
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How bad do you want it? Are you willing to put in that extra work to get to where you want to get to Does Coach has to force you to work Or are you one of those guys that is just in you? That's the way you was built.
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You have to build a successful work after, you know, you have to be willing to do the extra things that's gonna allow you the to get toe the next level and be successful and guys you can start now.
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It's simple.
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You can start now.
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There is no timetable on when you have to start.
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Start now, build.
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Build those characteristics right.
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Build that work ethic.
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Continue to learn plays, continue Thio, reach out different coaches and ask questions.
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Continue.
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Thio, find that mental toughness that physical toughness that it takes to get to where you want to get to and continue to build off of that stack the days that's all you have to do. Stack the days.
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But I definitely wanted toe to start off with that because those are questions that that's the question that I get just about every other day.
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So that now, at this point now, there's no excuse about what it takes to be a good officer line.
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Now for the fun part, for the fun part of things.
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Now we're going to move forward into our film study, so right here.
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All right.
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For the first play, first play right here.
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Right in your face.
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Begin right into it.
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We have are we have our zone plate.
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So we're gonna start rolling rolling the play right now.
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I'm ready, Joey.
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Ready? There we go.
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All right.
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Little technical difficulties were fine.
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All right, so if you if you if you go back a little bit There we go.
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So right here.
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You see, we have a mid zone play, right? So now first off what? You have to understand this, right? So first off, this is half line.
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This is a half line drill, right? So which means we're going from guard to tackle.
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Right? We're going from backside guard.
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Thio place.
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I'd tackle.
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We're right.
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We're running the mid side zone.
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So first off, right? You look at our front.
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The nose is playing to our front side.
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So what does that mean? Well, let me go back a little bit more when you're when you're watching the running game.
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I like to tell my office alignment all the time is that you want to mirror the back so your steps and the running back steps should be on the same angle.
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That right there is the beginning off A successful play, if we can marry each other, are running back in our officer line right now.
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Here we have our men.
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MSM play are running back.
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Landmark is the but of the of the guard of the place I guard.
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Right.
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So right now we already know he wants to get to that to the butt of the guard.
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So now who does that put stress on a little bit more? That guard, right? In this sense, obviously, he's uncovered.
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But in reality, that's the guy who's gonna have the most stress.
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Because we know that if we did have a guy that was over him, he will have to move this guy away from the point of where the running back is trying to get to.
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Right.
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So now you see that the officer tackle, right? That right tackle, right tackle does a great job, right? Right.
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Tackle does a great job getting his foot in the ground.
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He does a great job keeping the keeping a tight landmark.
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Right? You see, his hat is on that play side pet.
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Um, having a strong inside hand.
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He does a good job with a strong inside hand.
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This is crucial.
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We know he knows the landmark is inside of him.
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So what can he not allow? He cannot allow that defense an end to come back inside.
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So he does a good job with the strong against our hand.
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Now, on this one, I want to say the center gave a solo called If I'm Not mistaking.
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The center gave us solo called.
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So that's pretty much He's pretty much letting the guard knows that I have him.
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I have him under control.
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You can go help, um, the tackle on and work your way up to that linebacker.
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Now with our place, I'd guard right without right guard.
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What he does a good job is I like to say you want a key to me, right? So he does.
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He does a good job with his footwork, getting on the angle of the running back.
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Notice his angle noted, noticed the running back angle.
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These guys are on the same angle now.
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He checks forward the knee.
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Hey, checks the end to make sure that isn't slipping inside.
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Now he see that the knee does not slant to him.
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Okay, that's fine.
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Now he works his way up to the linebacker now.
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Well, I would like a little bit more is tighter hands right.
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Working his way up to the line back, I would definitely like tighter hands.
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Um, but overall, this is a definitely a great play.
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Good job by the center.
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Aziz.
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Well, right now, guys might be looking at it and saying, Well, he didn't get the movement.
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That's fine.
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It's college football, right? Is pro football.
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You're not going to drive a guy 30 yards off the ball every single time.
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But what does he do? That is a great job.
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You see his number? You see his numbers, right? He is square and he has him covered up.
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We're fine with that as a running back.
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As long as I can see my office of line numbers and this guy is covered up, I don't see any defense line color in the hole.
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I can win with that.
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We can make it work.
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That is the key.
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Cover guys up our coach.
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My coach used to always say that every single that as long as we cover guys up, you don't have to worry about driving Guy 10, 15 yards because that's not realistic.
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Every single play.
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But what can be realistic is making sure that you're covering him up.
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So now you're giving the running back clear vision of where he want to go, so right now.
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And with this man's own, he could hit it front side or you get cut it back side.
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So right now he sees that the center is Washington Washington defense alignment where he wants to go, taking him where he wants to go.
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So what does he do? He cuts back.
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We have a home run and half line.
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Uh, half line drill.
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Now our next play, right? Our next play, we're gonna be talking a little bit about outside zone.
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Alright, We're gonna be talking about outside outside zone now.
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The same thing is happening.
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Alright.
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On this next play, we're going outside on, but the same concept As far as officer line running backs have to be on the same angle.
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Right? Have to be on the same angle.
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The only thing that changes with outside zone is now the landmark for the running back is the butter to tight end, right, running the butter to tight end.
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Then you have some guys some coaches that say Okay, outside leg off the tackle.
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Right.
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So it's whatever your preference is your preferences.
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But I'm used to the concept of running the butter to tight end.
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So right here.
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Right. You have.
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Ah, Guard in the tackle.
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Right guard Tackle.
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Right here.
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You're going to see, though.
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You're going to see them running a what? You would call a double.
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All right, So what is a double double is a double team.
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It is established mandatory, right? A double team between guard and tax.
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So now we're working the outside zone.
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So what does that mean? That means that the guard and tackle are working the double team up to that Bakker over the top of them.
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Now what? You have to understand.
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This is two for two.
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So no matter how these to play out, we have.
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So let's say the defense and slants across the tackle.
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Face comes inside and linebacker plays over the top.
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We have to work that out.
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Let's say the defense and end ends up playing outside for contain and linebacker shoots into that Big A.
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We have to play it out.
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It's two for two.
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So right here.
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You see these guys? They have a double call, right? They have a double call once again.
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Good job by the tackle with his landmark place.
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I pet not, uh let me go back a little bit when we're running outside zone.
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Of course, she actually wanted to reach a guy, but it's not to the point where you want to turn your butt in the hole and overreaching.
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You don't wanna put stress on that guard.
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First off, you don't.
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You know, you know that you can get to where you want to get to as far as your landmark because you have help.
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So you don't have to get to the point where you're tryingto overrun it so much that now you're putting stress on that guard.
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And now you forcing that guard to try to have toe get on his horse to try to help you out.
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And now, if something plays out where guys are slamming and moving, and now everything looks like a disaster.
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So right here you see the tackle? There's a good job with his tight number landmark, Um, his fist in the gut guard does a good job can.
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And me guard.
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That's a good job. Can.
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And he once again you see all numbers, right? You see all numbers.
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So now these guys are fit in.
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All right? These guys do a good job they're fit in there.
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You see the linebackers plan.
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They can't the linebackers can to run it back.
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So whatever the running back is doing, the linebacker is being forced toe.
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Have to make a decision.
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So now if we play it.
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So he does right here.
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You see, the defensive end continues to stay with the tackle plays, uh, plays locked on the tackle.
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The linebacker ends up hitting that big gap.
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So what happens to for two? We have to play it out.
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Like I said earlier, if he hits that be Gap guard has to understand, Okay? I have to come off.
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You stay on the end and we work our way up to him Now.
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He does a good job with it.
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If he wants to play.
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If he wants to play backdoor, which means he don't, he doesn't hit it.
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Front side.
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All right.
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He doesn't play over the top.
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He is the downhill into that big gap makes It makes the job easier for our guard, right? He does a good job coming off now.
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Our center, our center, does a good job with the reach.
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Obviously he calls a solo.
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So our center feels comfortable reaching that.
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That that knows that's a good job reaching this guy, fighting across his face, getting his fist in the gut, and now are are running back.
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There's a good job hitting it outside.
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There we go.
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Good job.
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That's a good job by the officer line.
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Now, moving on into a little bit of a little bit more of game film.
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All right, You're going to see these guys versus the University of Memphis.
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Right? So right here is a little bit different right here.
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You have an inside zone play, all right? We have our insides on concept.
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Now it's a little bit different because we're going to get star.
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Okay, front. Right.
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We're going to get some. Okay. Front.
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So with Roky Front, Which means this is a three down front, right? Three guys, um, covering the line of scrimmage. Right.
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So you have the two tackles covering and you have the center cover.
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Now, when I say okay, when I say okay, that means you have a overhang guy, usually the outside backer, and sometimes you could have that end as well, but it's usually a stand up guy.
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All right, So you're gonna have that stand up guy.
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That's over the right side, in this case, right? So you have the three down guys and then you have a overhang.
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Alright, That Okay, guy, that's standing up over the top.
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Now we're going inside on.
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So with this, right, So with this, you will see on this play on the right side.
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These call these guys call an out call.
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Now, when you have a okey front, even though it's a three down front, Technically, when you have, ah, four down front.
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Okay, front.
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Most coaches I know the coaches.
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I've been around.
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We always want to try to turn it into a Ford out front.
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So in this case, right now, what we will do, we will call that stand up guy.
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Defensive end.
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The guy that's over the tackle will treat him as just a normal d taco.
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Right.
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Then you have your nose as over the center.
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You have your end.
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That's on the back side, right? So we'll try to turn it into a four down front, if possible.
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So in this case, you can see that these guys turned it into a forward, our front, because on the right side.
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These guys calling hop ball.
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Right.
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So now what? These guys calling the out call.
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Um, with these guys starting the alcohol, it's just simple out right here.
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You will see.
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Right guard.
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Right tackle.
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They got these guys going out toe the D tackle and that stand up guy.
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Perfect.
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So now what It does.
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So if we can rewind it just a little bit, So two things gonna happen right here.
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Right? So these guys, these guys call the alcohol now for the center in that backside guard right now, he knows if they're going out, I can call it a call.
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Not necessarily that I needed, but just so you can have my back, just in case I need it.
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Right.
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So what does that do for the Senate? The Senate could sell out now, right? Because he knows I have help on my backside.
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Right.
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So now rewind it, right.
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If we rewind it now, I know I have a out on the front side.
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I have a a in the middle between my my center and my backside guard.
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And now for my backside tackle. Right.
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My left tackle.
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It's just a normal cut off block.
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Right? Because you have five for five in this case, right before the three down guys with their hand in the dirt, right over the two tigers in the center.
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I have my stand up guy, which is that? Okay, front.
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And then I have that Mike Backer that's in the middle.
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So now we're playing five for five.
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However it unfolds.
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We want to take care of these five guys.
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That's in the box now with this right guard notice.
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This is why this is why you have to play with a good base, be under control.
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Good body control.
00:24:38
Because notice the right guard.
00:24:40
This guy, right that that tackle ends up slamming inside.
00:24:46
You don't see you don't see the right guard panicking, overthinking, trying to make him stay outside.
00:24:52
No, He takes him where he wants to go. Okay.
00:24:55
You want you want to go inside? That's fine.
00:24:57
We'll take you inside, we'll run you inside and let them run the back cut off of me.
00:25:02
Which he does a good job with that.
00:25:04
All right. He does a very good job with that.
00:25:06
And what ends up happening, we get 55 toe, eight yards a pop right here.
00:25:14
And if we could go back one more time if we could go back one more time.
00:25:19
Now, right here.
00:25:20
You see the center? How everything got four right between the senator and the backside guard.
00:25:26
Now the center ends up working to the second level, right? You're not gonna It's not gonna always be perfect.
00:25:32
You're not gonna just stand there and and hope that the guy runs into you know, this guy is trying to find the ball carrying.
00:25:40
So what happens? The linebacker ends up thinking that the ball cares, cutting it, uh, staying front side, which was correct.
00:25:48
So now he overplays the play.
00:25:50
And what happens with the center? The center just takes him again where he wants to go.
00:25:55
He doesn't panic.
00:25:56
He doesn't overthink it.
00:25:57
He takes him where he wants to go and allow the running back to make a play off of that.
00:26:03
And now, once again, we get 5 to 8 yards apart.
00:26:09
There we go. Perfect.
00:26:12
Perfect.
00:26:15
Now the next play, right? It's a little bit different now.
00:26:19
Now we're running our zone play from the gun.
00:26:23
All right, So now blocking scheme.
00:26:27
Not really much change, but the angles changed a little bit for the for the running back, right.
00:26:33
But now we got.
00:26:34
We have Akron here and they're running at 41 Alright, that 41 box and they're running that even front.
00:26:42
So when I say even front, that means they were running to three techniques.
00:26:46
Right? The outside shade there, outside shade of the guard, right there, even from the center, is uncovered.
00:26:52
All right, so that's what that means when I say even front Now, what do you expect when you see it even front? Expect games.
00:27:02
Expect twist, right, that's what That's the front where you're going to see a lot of games and twist right when they're running at three and five.
00:27:09
So expect that.
00:27:11
So as you can see right here on the front side, which is the left side on this play, these guys were running the twist, right? So once again, once again, do not panic.
00:27:23
Take these guys where they want to go and allow first off before I begin that let me back up.
00:27:30
Look at the angle.
00:27:31
So look at the angles that everyone is going in right.
00:27:34
So everyone is still on the same angle.
00:27:37
Everyone is still on the same angle, right? Still taking the same angle.
00:27:41
Now back Thio the twist game.
00:27:45
You do not want to panic.
00:27:48
Whatever these guys want to go, take them where they want to go.
00:27:54
Don't try to force it taking where they want to go and let the running back make him play.
00:27:58
Make a play off of it.
00:28:00
Is that simple? Allowed to running back to make a playoff.
00:28:04
These guys end up twisting.
00:28:06
You see the left tackle end up putting his foot in the ground, coming back and just walling everything off.
00:28:13
And now what does that do for the running back? He sees no contained outside.
00:28:18
So now what? We're gonna bounce it outside and ends up making a good play off of it.
00:28:24
Young guys, that's what you have to understand.
00:28:26
Don't try to force it.
00:28:28
Just allow things to play out naturally, right? So if we could go back a little bit more, there we go.
00:28:40
Good steps by everyone.
00:28:42
Noticed the tackle, The tackle in the garden.
00:28:45
Notice the right tackle o the left tackle and left guard.
00:28:48
These guys look the same.
00:28:50
They these guys look the same.
00:28:51
Look like they could be twins.
00:28:53
Alright, guys, look the same.
00:28:55
So right now, once again, everything do not allow the defense to dictate how you gonna block if they end up twisting, It's fine.
00:29:07
Left tackle does a good job, Walling everything Golf left guard does a great job picking up the twisters.
00:29:13
Well, now you see, the center center does a good job.
00:29:16
Look at the angle of the center.
00:29:18
He looks just like the running back.
00:29:21
Right? If you scream, if you take a picture of it.
00:29:23
Thies guys look exactly the same, right? They're both on the same angle.
00:29:29
Um, getting up Thio this linebacker.
00:29:32
So if you play it and now he does a good job, right? He does a good job.
00:29:43
It does a good job getting up to that second level, right? Does a good job getting up to the second level and continuing to run this guy backside does a good job walling everything off.
00:29:58
And it's a good play.
00:30:00
Good things happen when we're on the same angle and everyone is going the same page.
00:30:04
Good things happen now Now, with this play.
00:30:17
Alright? Still, we have an inside zone, all right? We still have our inside zone and simply I put this play on there just really simple.
00:30:27
Not Thio really get into the depth with everything.
00:30:30
But I simply put this play on there because when you have five guys or six, including the tight end, right when you have these five guys working together on the same page, great things happen.
00:30:50
It's just it's that simple.
00:30:51
When all five guys on the same page understanding what understand what each other is going to do.
00:31:00
Good things happen.
00:31:01
So let's see.
00:31:08
There we go.
00:31:10
There we go.
00:31:11
Right off the back, Right off the bat.
00:31:13
We could play it just a little bit.
00:31:15
Stop right there.
00:31:17
Now, as you can see, everyone is fit into that double team, right? We're running the insides on again, running the insides on.
00:31:27
Everyone looks the same.
00:31:31
Keep saying it over and over and over.
00:31:35
If the running back in the office of line are on the same angles is most likely gonna be a good play if we all look the same.
00:31:46
It's probably gonna be a good play in this play, right? here you can see all six guys numbers.
00:31:55
I'm talking tight end as well.
00:31:58
You see From the tight end to the left tackle to the left, guard to the center, Thio the right guard to the right side.
00:32:05
You see everyone's number If we're fit and each other double team, as you could see on the right side, you could see these guys are fit.
00:32:14
You could see on the left side these gotta thes guys air fit in the into the double team with their numbers, facing the camera and covering guys up.
00:32:25
It's going to be a good place if out if I'm a just a guy that I've never seen this never seen this film just a normal coach.
00:32:34
If I was to give this just a normal officer line coach and I showed him this picture right here and I asked them, What do you think happened on this play? I guarantee you he'll say it was a good play.
00:32:48
Not necessarily how many yards you got, but it was.
00:32:52
It was a good player, so let's take a look once again.
00:32:58
It's a good place.
00:33:00
It's a good place.
00:33:02
Look at the whole look at the whole.
00:33:05
First, we have the double team between the left guard and left tackle, right? And let me let me matter of fact, let me let me rewind just a little bit and you're going to see it on another another play later on.
00:33:18
But look what happens.
00:33:20
I hope there's a running back or a few running backs that's looking at this right now.
00:33:26
Look at how pressing the line of scrimmage, turning your shoulders, keeping your shoulders square.
00:33:35
What that does to the linebackers it allows.
00:33:40
The linebacker allows the linebacker to get sucked in Thio.
00:33:47
All the mess that's going on, you're bringing the linebacker closer toe us as the officer line.
00:33:55
So by him, pressing the line of scrimmage.
00:33:58
Pressing, pressing, pressing he actually brought the line back into the left guard.
00:34:04
He brought it to him.
00:34:05
He bring him to the left guard linebacker, had no idea where the running back waas, but all he saw Waas Okay, his ankle waas coming down here so by the linebacker being sucked in, he was able to cut it off the left guard but and make a big play.
00:34:28
And now rewind just just a little bit.
00:34:32
Notice the tight end.
00:34:34
Tight end.
00:34:35
Does a good job cutting them off.
00:34:37
All right, get up to the second level.
00:34:39
Right.
00:34:40
Get up to the second level cutting off that.
00:34:43
That, uh, that safety linebacker guy. Right.
00:34:47
End up cutting him off.
00:34:48
Get up to the second level.
00:34:50
Did a good job with that, holding him off.
00:34:54
Good things happen when we're when we're all on the same page.
00:34:58
Heck of a job.
00:35:00
Heck of a job.
00:35:03
Now, here we have, um, are inside zone.
00:35:08
This is You see, our first Penn State man went up there and and shut 110.
00:35:14
Got 110,000 fans up.
00:35:17
Right? Silent, silent, the crowd.
00:35:20
So right here we have s eyes on.
00:35:25
First off, you have to understand that the running back has many different auctions, right? Hitting the front side or he could cut off backside.
00:35:35
Right? He has two different options.
00:35:38
Um, so once again, once again, once again, you see five guys.
00:35:48
Six, including the tight end, working on the same page, the same exact page.
00:36:00
Let's see, once again you see everyone's number as a running back.
00:36:13
I've never played running back, but as a running back, if they can see your numbers, if they can see your numbers, it's gonna be something something good is gonna happen because we're covering guys up.
00:36:31
So right here, you see Number eight with your storm Johnson does a good job.
00:36:36
He ends up still pressing the whole.
00:36:39
He said that the left, you see that that be Gap is is looking very, very intriguing right now, right? And so let's see.
00:36:48
Let's see if he if he if he stays front side or if he ends up cutting it back there we go.
00:36:58
It looked intriguing, but it was definitely something that he saw pre snap.
00:37:06
He saw this pre snap because priests not read.
00:37:10
That's a big, big gap.
00:37:12
Regardless, no one, No one is in the B gap.
00:37:15
No one is in the big gap.
00:37:17
So as the officer, like, all we have to do is make sure that we maintain what we have right now, which is a wide open be gap.
00:37:26
Now, if we go back to the beginning, what I want these young guys that understand as well is notice the left guard, right, So right here you can see that the center and the left guard are doubling right, called the single right.
00:37:43
It's a double team between the center and the place.
00:37:46
I guard now notice the technique that the place I'd guard is using on this right? It's called a Gallup technique right, which means which is usually used in inside zone.
00:37:59
Right with a guy that you're doubling to, which is that second level guy.
00:38:05
He's either head up thio inside of you.
00:38:07
You want to use that Gallup technique.
00:38:09
So right here just noticed the left guard as he used his gallop technique boom person.
00:38:18
He's keeping his shoulders square, keeping that inside inside leg high, bringing, forced through it, pounding the ground, and now it's easier for him to get off on that second level.
00:38:35
Now he could ricochet himself off on to the second level center, does a good job covering him up and understanding that he's gonna be the one coming off.
00:38:44
So I have to get my hat to the play side.
00:38:48
Same thing on the backside.
00:38:49
These guys understand that have to cover these guys up guard.
00:38:56
I might be working off getting up to that bag of that that looks like it's flowing over the top and tackle.
00:39:02
I have to understand that I might be coming off a swell.
00:39:05
Now it looks like they played it.
00:39:06
The opposite linebacker ends up back.
00:39:09
Door and tackle end up coming off on it.
00:39:12
But good job by that left guard selling that second level guy for, uh, to spring the running back.
00:39:21
There we go.
00:39:22
Good job, man.
00:39:25
Silence.
00:39:26
And 100 and 10,000 guys.
00:39:28
100 and 10,000 fans.
00:39:32
One of the greatest fellas ever.
00:39:33
Now, for those that don't know about Louisville defense back in 2013, they were some of the top there was.
00:39:50
There was one of the top teams in every category.
00:39:54
Every single category you could you could think of, uh, in the defensive side of statistics.
00:40:00
Now, right here we have our insides on.
00:40:03
Once again with our inside zone running back has to understand that he has a two way go.
00:40:08
He could hit the front side, or he can hit it back side. Right.
00:40:12
So here you see, once again, we have another team that's running that Okay, front right at three down, guy with a stand up guy.
00:40:20
That's on the edge.
00:40:21
Um, and Thio kind of go back Teoh a little bit about Louisville defense.
00:40:30
These guys, I don't even know exactly the amount.
00:40:32
But these guys have multiple draft picks on his defense that year, so that right there is just let you know, the type of defense.
00:40:41
Uh, you see, it was facing.
00:40:43
Now you see 91 Who is that Rush guy? Right, That stand up guy.
00:40:48
And with this, you see that the tight end is gonna be on the front side off the plate, which allows the office of line to keep everything inside.
00:41:03
So if we go back, if you remember on that Memphis played when we had the okey front, the right side called an out call, Right? So now by us having the tight end front side, we don't have to worry about calling the house call.
00:41:19
We keep everything inside.
00:41:21
Right.
00:41:22
So now you see on the front side, they're gonna have a double once again the senate. Alright.
00:41:28
He's solo.
00:41:29
He feels he has everything under control.
00:41:30
But now what's going to be, uh, next level, right? Next level type of technique is the left guard, right, even though the center might have called solo.
00:41:44
He's still there to protect him, but not on Lee is that left guard there to protect him.
00:41:50
The left guard is also there to protect.
00:41:53
The tackle is well, right because we're working up to two.
00:41:59
So he knows he has this triangle.
00:42:01
That's the triangle that knows that end.
00:42:05
And number two, right? That that guy that's right over the goalpost.
00:42:09
We know that's what we that's he knows That's his triangle.
00:42:12
That's what he has to work with.
00:42:14
So based on, also based on where this linebacker is, a line it determines determines my technique and how I'm getting up to him and who I might even help.
00:42:27
Right? So right here, you will see this is next level type of technique that he that he showed up here.
00:42:35
So right now he's still taking his normal zone stuff.
00:42:38
Peking to make sure the center is okay, right? Nets, he checks. Okay.
00:42:46
Center has everything under control.
00:42:49
I still have to get up to my backer.
00:42:51
He puts his foot in the ground.
00:42:53
He sees the linebacker playing back door.
00:42:55
He puts his foot in the ground because he sees color right over the tackle.
00:43:00
He sees color because once again, his triangle is that knows that death is the end and number two.
00:43:08
So once we see color, he puts the sideboard on for the tackle.
00:43:14
Well, person, Now what? He also understands reverting all the way back to the beginning of the show.
00:43:25
Intelligence understanding, the play understanding.
00:43:29
What are we trying to accomplish? He understands on this.
00:43:33
Okay, If Number Two plays back door all the way back side outside of the tackle, there's no need to chase him because he will not make the play.
00:43:43
Unless, you know he's just that good.
00:43:47
And if he ends up making a play back door, that's fine.
00:43:51
We can live with that.
00:43:52
But what we can't allow is penetration inside.
00:43:55
So now he puts the sideboard on number two plays back door.
00:44:00
He does a good job with that.
00:44:02
No, we're working a double team now.
00:44:06
We're working the double.
00:44:07
Team number two is out the picture.
00:44:09
Now we're not worried about number two no more.
00:44:11
So now we're working a double team between guards and tackled, and it's just natural when you play next to somebody long enough and understand what they have to get done.
00:44:21
It's just become natural.
00:44:23
We didn't call this.
00:44:25
We didn't say this.
00:44:26
Yes, we communicating as well as we're going, but it just naturally happens now.
00:44:32
Notice the safety coming into the picture, right? He now becomes what you would call that number two, right? That linebacker that we was working up to because now he becomes the next threat.
00:44:46
Because number two is not a threat anymore.
00:44:49
He now becomes the next threat.
00:44:52
So he understands that.
00:44:56
So what does he do? What does he do next? He works himself up, toe the safety, which is number 25 coming into the picture down at the bottom, right over the goalpost.
00:45:09
So let's see.
00:45:11
He gets off, he gets off, right, he gets off.
00:45:15
Take care of the of the double team with the tackle nets.
00:45:19
All you need.
00:45:20
All we need is a save the day block.
00:45:23
That's all we need to save the day.
00:45:24
Block doesn't have to be perfect.
00:45:26
You don't have to drive a guy just enough get, uh, just enough of a piece of them to help the running back get into the end zone, and that's what he does on this plan.
00:45:38
Touchdown.
00:45:40
Great job, Great play.
00:45:43
Great place.
00:45:47
Now for our last play, right? For our last play.
00:45:53
This is another play that I put on here, not not necessarily talking about officer line.
00:46:02
This is This is giving kudos to the running back because the running back does a great job making the officer line look good.
00:46:18
If you notice on this play, when you when the play starts rolling, you'll notice it doesn't look pretty.
00:46:24
It doesn't look pretty right? Doesn't look pretty for for the whole officer line, right? It's not a pretty play, but it's not gonna always look pretty.
00:46:33
Guys, right? You see some some of these young guys, man, they're like, Well, you did this or this happened or it's not gonna always be perfect.
00:46:42
It's not.
00:46:43
That's just natural. It's not gonna be perfect.
00:46:45
But what does the running back do? He presses, He presses, He presses, he presses, sucking.
00:46:55
Look at Look at the all all of the red jerseys.
00:47:01
He's forcing these guys to come up sooner than they want.
00:47:06
They don't know if he sent front side back.
00:47:08
They don't know, All they could see is that his shoulders are square and it looks like he's coming downhill at, so they have no choice but to react off of instinct, which is I need to come down here and meet him in the hole.
00:47:23
So now he sucks them into the line of scrimmage, and now he hits it outside.
00:47:30
He bounces it.
00:47:32
Which is a good job, as always, is all we need to do.
00:47:36
Look at the red jersey that's on the ground right now.
00:47:38
All we need to do is cover guys up as the officer line, and you think of some of the some of the top running backs, you know, that do these type of things.
00:47:48
You know, you have, say, Kwan Barkley, right? Even though he's heard Yes, Anquan Barkley have Alvin Kamara.
00:47:55
You have Christian McCaffrey.
00:47:57
You have Mike Ingram.
00:47:58
You have all these guys that does this at the highest level, so running back, it's important for you.
00:48:08
You guys have to be on the same page with the line.
00:48:14
It's not going to always be perfect, but you But you can make us look good as well, just like how we open up the holes.
00:48:21
You could save us sometimes and make us look good.
00:48:24
So right here you can see he does a heck of a job.
00:48:28
Heck of a job bouncing it outside.
00:48:30
And once again good things happen.
00:48:32
You get out there, he gets Hey, gets that long run right? That's a heck of a job by these guys, right? Man? At the end of the day, at the end of the day, man, all right, Definitely.
00:48:51
I want everyone to understand the true concept of what it's not only just about being a good office alignment, but also what it takes to just be a good football player.
00:49:07
The three characteristics that I mentioned earlier, right, having a good work at right, putting in the work constantly, um, toughness, mentally and physically tough and also being intelligent, understanding the play, understanding why you're doing what you're doing.
00:49:29
Just don't go out there just toe play.
00:49:32
I understand what's going on.
00:49:33
It'll make the game a lot easier.
00:49:37
I appreciate you guys for listening for tuning in today.
00:49:41
Um, happy Thanksgiving to everyone.
00:49:45
Hope you guys enjoy.
00:49:47
Have a blessed one and we'll be back next week.
00:49:50
Man, I appreciate you guys for tuning in.
00:49:53
See you guys next week

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