UCF's potent running attack produced Kevin Smith, the leading rusher in all of college football in 2007 with an astounding 2,567 yards. Coach Salem spends over half of this DVD breaking down video of his zone play. In addition, he diagrams the play, discusses the tempo of the play and blocks, techniques for the running back, techniques & assignments for the offensive line, and the overall mechanics of the play. The key to success in Salem's eyes is blocking the backside of the play. Salem shares his favorite running back drill. The drill teaches running backs how to pick a hole and cut upfield. Salem believes that a few good drills are better than a long list of drills for consistency and teaching quality. In conclusion, game footage is shown to reinforce the philosophy and teaching points of the power/zone running game. Let Tim Salem show you how to create a potent running play for your offense.
53 minutes. 2008.
Very thorough review of the zone play from the running back perspective. In order to fully understand the blocking techniques involved the student should probably purchase Steve Loney's DVD. While I haven't purchased it myself I have heard him speak on the zone play and his lectures are excellent
This should be called Inside Zone Running game, there is no referrence to the Power game or the outside zone. But it was a very good inside zone video, specifically one running back, two tight end sets.
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