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Riverside Knights 252
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This will be my second year coaching youth football (10U) and I wanted to know if I could get more tips on the Winged I Formation or I Wing Formation. Furthermore, I have a big, fast, and strong tailback who is a very good downhill running back. My fullback is a tough kid that has good hands, blocks well and he has decent speed, and does very good running downhill and getting in the end zone. Wingback is a kid that can catch, block and has great speed ,and he does very well running the reverse and I believe he can do well with the sweep and the jet as well. My two tight ends are great blockers and they catch very well. In addition, my QB is smart, has a decent arm, and he has pretty good speed, which helps him with the bootleg. Overall, our offensive line is strong and does good blocking. Lastly, we have be doing great with the blast play, dive, lead, and reverse.

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                                                                QB            Z
                                                             
                                                                FB

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See if you can Dig Up JR Titans Playbook.  I do believe he ran this.  Archived? 

Not MPP... ONE TASK!  Teach them!  🙂


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C-Rob
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This will be my second year coaching youth football (10U) and I wanted to know if I could get more tips on the Winged I Formation or I Wing Formation. Furthermore, I have a big, fast, and strong tailback who is a very good downhill running back. My fullback is a tough kid that has good hands, blocks well and he has decent speed, and does very good running downhill and getting in the end zone. Wingback is a kid that can catch, block and has great speed ,and he does very well running the reverse and I believe he can do well with the sweep and the jet as well. My two tight ends are great blockers and they catch very well. In addition, my QB is smart, has a decent arm, and he has pretty good speed, which helps him with the bootleg. Overall, our offensive line is strong and does good blocking. Lastly, we have be doing great with the blast play, dive, lead, and reverse.

                                                    X  T  G  C  G  T  Y
                                                                QB            Z
                                                             
                                                                FB

                                                                TB

                                                                               

This might help if you don't already have it:

View on Scribd... by on Scribd

On-line Youth Football Coaching Clinicshttp://www.coaches-clinic.com/


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coachmiket
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Between Ted Seay's document and JrTitan's stuff, that might be the best Wing I stuff you'll find out there.

Another thought is to look into the double wing, but run it based out of the Wing I formation.

IMO, a ton of DW stuff can be run from the I formation.


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Markham ran this "usc power i"

Dont kno what youre looking for exactley butt... theres a lot haha

I can explain it to you, I can't understand if for you.


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Riverside Knights 252
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Thanks Fellas. Im in a league where  the line backers have to be two yards behind the d-line, cant blitz, and ends must have hand on the ground. Im trying to hit them quick in the mouth.


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C-Rob
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You may also want to check out “I Back Toss” on coaches-clinic.com.

On-line Youth Football Coaching Clinicshttp://www.coaches-clinic.com/


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  1. The Kicking Foot. Make sure you are making contact with the ball with your instep rather than straight on over the laces. ...
  2. The Standing Foot. Your standing foot should not be behind or in front of the ball but just to the side of it. ...
  3. Consistent Approach. ...
  4. The Follow Through. ...
  5. Practice. ...
  6. Remain Calm.

These are my tips for <a href=" removed link " target="true">football kicking...


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Stevennall
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  1. The Kicking Foot. Make sure you are making contact with the ball with your instep rather than straight on over the laces. ...
  2. The Standing Foot. Your standing foot should not be behind or in front of the ball but just to the side of it. ...
  3. Consistent Approach. ...
  4. The Follow Through. ...
  5. Practice. ...
  6. Remain Calm.

These are my tips for <a href=" removed link " target="true">football kicking...


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