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16 minutes ago, barrel said:

I’m pretty sure the current OL coach has been very involved in the offense for awhile. I don’t think this was a surprise to anyone on staff so the grooming of certain individuals I bet has been going on for some time. Don’t get me wrong. T has had some extremely good OCs for a long run. I expect it will continue. 

Cliff Dawson is currently the OL coach. We graduated together in 98. He's been with Trinity for 5 years now I believe. I'd love to see him promoted to OC.

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Whenever I hear about Coach Coverdale I always think of this:

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From Amazon.com:

One of the key things to understand about the bunch concept is that it is a principle as opposed to an entire offensive system. As a result, this book can be extremely useful to you, and specifically what you already do, regardless of your basic system and philosophy. The ideas in this book can be applied and taught to enhance the chances of players who are operating within most any fundamental offensive framework. Pro set, wing-T, run-and-shoot, single-back, split-back veer, ace with two tight ends and two wide receivers, and flexbone are among those offensive sets' general styles of attack that fit this bill. With this goal in mind, we introduce you to the bunch attack.

Contents
1: The Bunch Principle of Attack: An Introduction
2: Theoretical Considerations: Understanding Bunch's Specific Benefits and Concerns
3: Bunch's Guiding Principles, Package Basics, and General Attack Concepts
4: Systematics: Creating a Versatile, Teachable Framework for Bunch
5: First Things First: Pass Protection and Its Application to the Bunch Attack
6: Building the Mesh Route Package
7: Attacking Coverages With the Mesh Package
8: The Slant Route
9: The Fade Route
10: The Triangle Package
11: The Vertical Switch/Choice Route Package
12: The Smash Route
13: The Dig Route
14: The Cross Package Off Four Verticals
15: The Hinge Route
16: The Over Route
17: The Flood Route
18: Creating Packaged Sides With the Bunch Principle
19: Scratching the Surface: Exploring Other Possibilities Offered by the Bunch Concept
20: Down to Practicalities: Installing Bunch Principles Within the Overall Scope of an Offense
21: Closing Thoughts on the Bunch Principle
22: New Developments in the Bunch

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2 minutes ago, theguru said:

Whenever I hear about Coach Coverdale I always think of this:

51ufSskh4-L.jpg

From Amazon.com:

One of the key things to understand about the bunch concept is that it is a principle as opposed to an entire offensive system. As a result, this book can be extremely useful to you, and specifically what you already do, regardless of your basic system and philosophy. The ideas in this book can be applied and taught to enhance the chances of players who are operating within most any fundamental offensive framework. Pro set, wing-T, run-and-shoot, single-back, split-back veer, ace with two tight ends and two wide receivers, and flexbone are among those offensive sets' general styles of attack that fit this bill. With this goal in mind, we introduce you to the bunch attack.

Contents
1: The Bunch Principle of Attack: An Introduction
2: Theoretical Considerations: Understanding Bunch's Specific Benefits and Concerns
3: Bunch's Guiding Principles, Package Basics, and General Attack Concepts
4: Systematics: Creating a Versatile, Teachable Framework for Bunch
5: First Things First: Pass Protection and Its Application to the Bunch Attack
6: Building the Mesh Route Package
7: Attacking Coverages With the Mesh Package
8: The Slant Route
9: The Fade Route
10: The Triangle Package
11: The Vertical Switch/Choice Route Package
12: The Smash Route
13: The Dig Route
14: The Cross Package Off Four Verticals
15: The Hinge Route
16: The Over Route
17: The Flood Route
18: Creating Packaged Sides With the Bunch Principle
19: Scratching the Surface: Exploring Other Possibilities Offered by the Bunch Concept
20: Down to Practicalities: Installing Bunch Principles Within the Overall Scope of an Offense
21: Closing Thoughts on the Bunch Principle
22: New Developments in the Bunch

LOVE LOVE LOVE the bunch attack....

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His stuff on the quick game and his DVDs are of course excellent. On one is his example game plan against SK and on another he talks about using opponent mascots as code words lol. 

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Just now, barrel said:

His stuff on the quick game and his DVDs are of course excellent. On one is his example game plan against SK and on another he talks about using opponent mascots as code words lol. 

We did that....also, we would change it now and again...some years the audibles were states north and south, east and west...some years mascots, never colors or anything like that.

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It was just funny to hear him say they used opponents mascots. I’m used to pro/college being the normal code words. Coverdale is great with teaching and words. Another one of his videos references the loss to Male in the state title game and how that changed things for him. 

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