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COACHDT
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Just some wedges from Saturday.


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Coach Kyle
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COACHDT
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@coach-kyle changed the settings


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Bob Goodman
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Interesting that you're wedging on the snapper even with the unbalanced line.  My impression (never having coached a wedge whose apex was not the snapper) is that it's so much easier to form on the snapper that it hardly pays to have a guard get in front.


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Posted by: @bob-goodman

Interesting that you're wedging on the snapper even with the unbalanced line.  My impression (never having coached a wedge whose apex was not the snapper) is that it's so much easier to form on the snapper that it hardly pays to have a guard get in front.

One of my ACs was a former rival of ours and he took wedge to a new level. In order to combat cutting his apex, he would move his apex around. 

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I've coached both successfully, but had issues last year with center trying to get on the guard and have a good snap.  Letting him snap and ride the wave made it a non issue.


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