Pistol wing-t  


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May 15, 2015 6:38 pm  

Has anyone runs this? What about Rick Stewart's youth pistol wing-t? I'd be interested to hear how it went for you. I've looked at his stuff and I thought it looked interesting.

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May 16, 2015 5:57 pm  

Pratley's PSO is very liken to a pistol wing t. I ran the PSO using doc wing t terminology with a 6-8 team that ran dc the year before

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Coach Big B
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March 17, 2016 10:17 am  

I have ran both. I enjoyed both a lot. I lean more towards the spread pistol than the Wing T now.

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April 19, 2016 5:59 am  

We run a pistol wing t but I made up my version over 2 for 1's at Chilis after seeing Coach McNew speak at Glazier one year.

I find myself leaning towards some Meyer and Malzahn type stuff. Love belly, power, buck, trap from it. Especially with RPO and some jet motion.


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April 19, 2016 7:06 am  

MO you know I've purchased Stewarts whole system and have studied for over to years the main issue with it is he's trying to use Delaware's bloc  rules on playside and use his own stuff on the backside problem #1. Number 2 his footwork for qb with  backfield actions and meshes aren't crisp and you can't try to use traditional footwork when you've messed with the alignments everywere. Needless to say this guy hasn't coached in a couple years none of his latest stuff has been field tested it looks good on paper and in highlights I just don't see the body of work anywere or by anyone.

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