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Sonny Dykes 4-Pack

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Sonny Dykes: Screen Passing Games

with "Passing attack specialist" Sonny Dykes,
Louisiana Tech Head Coach;
former University of Arizona Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach

Coach Dykes breaks down three types of screen passes from the spread set. Timing and angles are crucial parts of a successful screen pass game. Anticipating a pass rush is required to use the three screens presented here. The quick screen and slow screen plays are to the wide receiver. The third screen play is to the running back. The quick screen is a fast, explosive play and relies on the player who can get up the find the quickest. The slow screen uses the patient player who can read the defense. Patience and ability to read are requirements of running back screen. All three of these screens are discussed and demonstrated with the use of game film. Several alignments can be used for all of these different plays.

48 minutes. 2008.

Sonny Dykes: Quick Game

with "Passing attack specialist" Sonny Dykes,
Louisiana Tech Head Coach;
former University of Arizona Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach

Coach Dykes' quick passing game is based on 3-step concepts. Four routes make up the quick game - corner, stick, out and inside. The 10-yard corner is the first of four quick game weapons. The slow 3-step ready slant is another option in this series. On the backside, double slants work well against man and zone coverage. The stick option is the same concept but uses different players. Game footage shows exactly the keys to gaining yardage with the stick. Against quarters coverage, Out is a play similar to a screen pass. This is simply a vertical and an out route to a vertical receiver. This play is used according to opponent coverage and its weaknesses. The final piece of the quick game is the hitch pass play. Inside players run inside and coordinate their route with the quarterback.

38 minutes. 2008.

Sonny Dykes: Play Action Passing System

with "Passing attack specialist" Sonny Dykes,
Louisiana Tech Head Coach;
former University of Arizona Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach

Sonny Dykes, known throughout the country as "the passing attack specialist", has made a transition into the play action passing attack at the University of Arizona. Adding running plays to the package that are simple and prepare the defense helps build a pass action game. Dykes' five play approach takes the best pass concepts available to build a strong play action attack. Dykes diagrams the wide cross as an example. Other keys to this system are developing plays to your personnel, playing to strengths and practicing situations. The reverse is another part of the play action package. Double reverse actions keep the defense off balance and helps set up the reverse action.

38 minutes. 2008.

Sonny Dykes: Passing Attack

with "Passing attack specialist" Sonny Dykes,
Louisiana Tech Head Coach;
former University of Arizona Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach

Throwing the ball as many times as possible, with short routes and to people who can score is Sonny Dykes' passing philosophy. This concept is based on a desired 70% completion rate. Screens and play action passes are cornerstones of this passing concept. Practice efficiency comes from developing drills that fit your passing game. Third down efficiency, short yardage and goal line strategies are areas addressed on a consistent basis in practice by Coach Dykes. This package includes a maximum of five run plays. Inside zone, outside zone, power, lead and base are the main running plays. The passing game is broken down into the following areas: seven 5-step passes, five 3-step passes, three play-action passes and three screen plays. In all, these 23 options give flexibility and quality to the offensive attack. Success depends on protection, specific drill work, special teams, post-practice and group work. Dykes, known throughout the football coaching community as the leader in passing attacks, is a big believer in quality versus quantity when building an offensive package.

38 minutes. 2008.


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