In this informative lecture-style presentation, Boise State's Chris Strausser stresses the importance of the offensive line and tight end positions in the run game, discussing fundamentals and sharing practice footage to illustrate proper execution in drills. In practice, Strausser believes it's important to keep drills simple and fast-paced. Starting with basic individual blocking moves, progressing to two-player combos and finally moving to the full offensive line, every drill emphasizes elements vital to actual game play: posture, feet, hips, hands and finish. Drills are executed at full game speed, both with and without special equipment. Strausser points out common mistakes that linemen make and discusses how to correct them. After covering drills in practice, Strausser shares the techniques in action in actual game footage. Find a wide variety of drills you can use to make your offensive linemen and tight ends fundamentally sound.
50 minutes. 2008.
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