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Easy Rule Blocking for Offensive Line Vocabulary for Youth Football Offenses

Many youth football coaches have heard GOD, GOO, MOMA, and GOL, but what do they mean?  They refer to blocking rules or youth football blocking calls.  Rule blocking for offensive line is an easy system with simple rule blocking for offensive line vocabulary for youth football players to learn blocking calls. These simple blocking calls and rules…

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Deadly Spin Offense Youth Football #1 Reverse Left Play

Here’s another one of our Spin Offense youth football plays from my Arvada Pirate youth football playbook, the Spin Reverse Left.  This misdirection play is usually a huge gainer or TD for our youth football team.  It devastates opposing youth football defenses.  See the reverse play below in the play diagram. Spin Offense Youth Football Reverse…

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Spin Passes – Coaching Youth Football

Since my Spin Sweep post is receiving a large number of readers, I decided to skip my Special Teams post today and talk about two Spin Passes; Spin FB Screen and Spin TE Pass.  Like the Spin Counter, these plays are set up by the Spin Sweep.  As a 4th grade team last season, these…

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Spin Offense – Sweep – Coaching Youth Football

My 4th grade youth football team ran a variation of the Spin Offense last year.  The Spin Offense was highlighted in American Football Monthly in 2007, and I bought the videos from AFM after reading the article.  (You can find the link to AFM in the right menu column.) The offense is explosive.  We averaged 40 points…

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What’s Radar Blocking?

“What’s Radar Blocking you ask?”  It’s one of the best books on offensive line blocking that I have read and many people agree.  In 1986, the author, Leo Hand, published Attacking Football Defenses with RADAR BLOCKING.  Radar Blocking combines Rule blocking with Line Call blocking, which allows each lineman the flexibility to adjust his blocking assignments…

Book Reviews

Football Principles and Play – Books

I recently bought four out of print football books: 1) Radar Blocking by Leo Hand published in 1985 2) Football Principles and Play by David M Nelson published in 1962 3) Sports Illustrated Book of Football published in 1960 4) Defensive Football by Louis R. Oshins published in 1949 The latter book by Oshins is…