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The Bunch Attack: Using Compressed, Clustered Formations in the Passing Game (The Art & Science of Coaching Series)
The Bunch Attack: Using Compressed, Clustered Formations in the Passing Game (The Art & Science of Coaching Series)
by Andrew Coverdale
Edition: Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars Are you in love with the run? Well you won't be anymore., March 19, 2000
I ran the wing t offense for 10 years with great effectiveness forcing teams to play eight man fronts. I always felt I could not pass because you need talent thrower and speedy receivers to pass. So I forced my teams to continue running the football even with eight man fronts. Kind of chopping down a tree with a sledge hammer. Then I read this book. Not only do you not need a good thrower or speedy receivers, but if you want something that is going to confuse the defense. Then do not look any further. This book will completely change your offensive attitude towards the pass. I no longer pass with fear. The book is easy to understand and is a great reference for both offensive and defensive coordinators. It goes with any offensive philosophy. Mine is wing T and I have not change my philosophy it just enhance it. If you pass this book by you are making a big mistake. I now have defense playing 6 and 7 men fronts which is a lot easier to run on. No matter how much of committment you choose to use in your passing game: a lot or once in a while, this book will give that edge over today's defenses.


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