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Coach Kyle2
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Looks like they ran the buck dive with a fake pitch. Pretty neat.

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I got excited when they ran that play.  The boy band spin shift was cool too.


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@32wedge

I thought it was the Notre Dame Box.

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@32wedge

I thought it was the Notre Dame Box.

Similar, but definitely not the Notre Dame Box. The Notre Dame Box would start in an under center T formation and either run plays from it or shift to a number of direct snap formations but they were usually balanced and almost always had one back straight behind the center, a lot of short punt stuff. I have never seen Buck Lateral from Notre Dame Box.

The Chiefs started in an unbalanced full house diamond pistol formation and shifted to Pop Warner's traditional Unbalanced Right Single Wing (3 players in position to receive snap). Then they ran a FB Seam Buck (Dive) with Buck Lateral action behind it.

Eric Bienemy said he copied the play from Michigan in a 1948 Rose Bowl Video. That team was coached by Fritz Crisler.

http://www.nswca.org/playbooks/21_ND_Box_Rockne.pdf

http://www.nswca.org/playbooks/48_Michigan_Fritz_Crisler.pdf


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