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CoachParker
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Just updated a promo video so you see what the Power Wing Beast Offense means to me enjoy. 

Of course there is a ton of free Beast info at CoachParker.org and on the Youtube channel.  Hit me up if you have any questions.

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Parker

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Coach Jeff
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We installed a version of the beast formation. It's a great complement to our Wing T. We have Beast Power, Sweep, and a Counter Buck play. All 3 have been great for us.  I'm looking to add a beast pass to the series, any suggestions?

The beast is simple and easy to install. It's great for youth football. Here are some highlights-

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blockandtackle
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We installed a version of the beast formation. It's a great complement to our Wing T. We have Beast Power, Sweep, and a Counter Buck play. All 3 have been great for us.  I'm looking to add a beast pass to the series, any suggestions?

The beast is simple and easy to install. It's great for youth football. Here are some highlights-

Jeff

A sweep pass would be the easiest install.  Backside TE on a drag, send somebody playside (TE or the widest blocking back) to the deep sideline on a corner or wheel route.  Tell your passer to just tuck and run if the receiver's not wide open.


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I like it. We'll install it this season.

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CoachParker
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Here are two from my power wing beast offense playbook. See attachments below.  I like the backside TE quick pop pass.  Works great.  The wider Beast set Worm works good on a Flood pass.  Cheers, Parker

Beast TE Pop Pass

Worm Pass

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We installed a version of the beast formation. It's a great complement to our Wing T. We have Beast Power, Sweep, and a Counter Buck play. All 3 have been great for us.  I'm looking to add a beast pass to the series, any suggestions?

The beast is simple and easy to install. It's great for youth football. Here are some highlights-

Jeff

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Here are some Beast Tank plays from our Spring 2019 10U team.

Enjoy.

~ Parker

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Just added the video of the TE counter up.  I call the play the Crazy Heifer.  Fun Play.  Enjoy the video.

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chucknduck
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Haha...nice.


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CoachParker
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I found some old Beast from 2012 this week.  This is a Beast WB Fade pass.  My son who turns 18 next week is the QB on this pass play.  Fun play for a quick first down.  They stuffed a Beast Tank right before this play so we went over the top on them.  Just got the pass off and a great catch.

Enjoy the play highlight..... 

If you have any Beast questions contact me anytime.

Remember to play for fun and winning is funner!

~ Coach Parker

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I am working on a new Beast formation called the Hydra Beast with Beta Blockers. 

This is my new Hydra Beast Beta Blockers UBSW formation that is similar to the UBSW Fat and Stack formations. This is a pure Power running formation.

 
This dual Blocking Backs (BBs or b$) UBSW formation is also very similar to my PIE and Cake formations that I run in the Power Wing Beast Offense. It is also a 2/3rds Beast formation with a fixed WB either right or left. Gotta love the Beast. This is the new multi headed Beast, the Hydra Beast with Beta Blockers. 

  
The Hydra formation uses an Alphabet / Nickname system to move the BBs down the LOS and into the backfield. This is similar to my Pie/Cake rules. In the Flat version the FB4 will align on the call and the BB1 next to him on the outside; b$@b. OL may or may not split wider to accommodate the BBs. In the Stacked version the BB1 will align on the called; b$@c. You may also just have them align at the Play hole. So, the BBs could be called the Alpha Beta Blockers, but it is a little too long.

You can also align the BBs deep next to the TB2 with a DeepL or DeepR call. The FB4 will be next to the TB2. The Slant R/L call will align the backfield backs in a traditional UBSW set similar to the SW Even formation. There are a few other calls too.

 

Stay tuned for more.

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@coachparker I faced a team that did something similar, except they always split the line if there was in interior sniffer. They ate us alive. It was a jamboree, so we knew nothing about them going in and we were a very poor team. Defense was a vanilla 5-3 because the DC "wanted something with lots of LBs" TBH, I'm not sure that it mattered what they ran against us that day, but the split line with sniffers that moved around really kicked our tails.

I've thought of moving our sniffers and splitting the line, but my rule of thumb is that if I can keep track of it in my head, then I probably can't teach it to my players. Maybe the blocking rules don't change? Who knows? Maybe I'll throw it in one day when Mahonz calls in sick. 🤣 

I am campaigning hard for my "cowboy" adjustment which puts our iso back next to the TB. My reasoning is that if there is 1 stud we need to block and we are struggling to get to him, why not make him come to the blocker?

The other thing I'll be pushing for in the Fall is to install an "under center" adjustment. Might not use it all the time, but nice to have it. Our snapping issues have stopped Beast more than any defense, especially with our current group.

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Seth54
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Anyone running Beast primarily from under center?


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@seth54 I did with one of my 8U teams last year. I ran mostly Power, Counter, and Sweep, along with a "Spin Counter" (Fake sweep to RB left QB spins around and follows puller through the 6 hole).

This look was dangerous for that team because our main RB was short and got lost behind the big uglies.

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CoachParker
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@seth54

 

We do a ton with younger ages we call it BUC, beast under center.

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