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coachAlDee
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Any suggestions on a good youth wing - t playbook to teach 8/9 year olds?


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Dimson
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Any suggestions on a good youth wing - t playbook to teach 8/9 year olds?

You should reach out to COACH JC. He is very experienced with Wing-T and he will be running it at your age group.


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There is always The DCWT you can get the information right here on the site.

Just Sayin  😉

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There is always The DCWT you can get the information right here on the site.

Just Sayin  😉

There is that as well. He should buy the power point if he goes DCWT. It is great.


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coachAlDee
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I have the DCWT pdf.  didn't know there was a power point  for it. 


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I have the DCWT pdf.  didn't know there was a power point  for it.

There is and you can purchase it from Clark. A.K.A. Dumcoach.


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The PowerPoint is $ 60 and includes over 500 slides running the offense both right and wrong.  It includes over 90 film clips. 

It's a pretty simple offense considering how much it does.  In the DCWT forum you can see film of it being run.

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Greetings Coaches,

RE: DC Wing T...  

We're considering the SE split of 3 yards...  the kid we're looking at for the position is rather non-physical kid, small, agile, and pretty fast.  I've got the pdf.   but wondering if there are any particulars I need to be sure to emphasize or common errors to watch out for... 

Thanx

Umm.... why does that 6 ft tall 9 yr old have a goatee...?


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Greetings Coaches,

RE: DC Wing T...  

We're considering the SE split of 3 yards...  the kid we're looking at for the position is rather non-physical kid, small, agile, and pretty fast.  I've got the pdf.   but wondering if there are any particulars I need to be sure to emphasize or common errors to watch out for... 

Thanx

The first 50 pages of that dcwt off will give you what you need.  The system explanation is what a lot of folks I feel miss when running this system. This is a system, not necessarily just a group of clever plays. You can run 5 plays and have the understanding of the first 50 pages and win 90% of your games or have 35 plays from the PDF and no knowledge of the first 50 pages and win 10% of your games. 

 

 

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


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@bucksweep58

 

Hi coach, 

I was thinking more in terms of things kids commonly do to watch out for...  

i.e., we know from experience that our 1st time RBs will run right past the hole trying to get outside and we're prepared to deal with that...  Often takes a couple games to get them to actually follow their blocking.

That sorta thing.

Thanx

 

Umm.... why does that 6 ft tall 9 yr old have a goatee...?


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@coyote I've not used the DC Wing T, but I did get the Killer Bee Manual and the Installation CD. In those materials, Coach Wilkins did an excellent job of saying, "If you see x, then y is happening. Do z to fix it". He also did a great job of explaining how to teach it. This was crucial to me since I coach 8U.

 

Fight 'em until Hell freezes over, then fight 'em on the ice -- Dutch Meyer


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