Learn the basic concepts and drills used to install the Pistol Wing-T--a defensive coordinator's worst nightmare
Merging the ferocious intensity of the Direct Snap Wing-T with the slick deception of the Pistol Offense, Rick Stewart has proven that he can turn around a "down in the doldrums" program into a championship contender. Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won 8 games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs within his first two seasons at the helm.
In his DVD Coach Stewart takes you through the process of moving from the Wing-T into the Wing-T/Pistol hybrid. Stewart's offensive system maintains the high tempo, hit you in the mouth of the Wing-T and then adds the advantages of deception and the effective passing game of the Pistol. With his easy to follow style and his thoroughness of delivery, Stewart makes this DVD appropriate for coaches of all ages and from all styles.
Why the Pistol Wing-T?This offense was born out of a need for variety, forcing defenses out of the box and allowing running backs to become a downhill threat; all with very few adjustments to the running backs and offensive line footwork.
System OverviewWith the use of power point, practice and game video, Porterville's offensive system is drawn up and installed with a variety of coaching points. The plays that are shown include: The Buck Sweep Series, Down Series, Belly Series, Guard and Tackle Trap, Midline and Veer Options, Jet Sweep and portions of the passing game.
TerminologyPlayer tags and numbers, hole numbers, formations, key words and blocking schemes are all covered in this section. Also included is a segment on how Porterville calls their plays. Simple tags are used to create hundreds of possibilities--a nightmare for the defense. From three backs to empty sets and a "Wildcat" alignment, this offense appears limitless.
Individual and Group DrillsLearn the key drills used to install and practice his offense. Using chalk talk, power point, practice and game footage, Coach Stewart walks you through well over 60 individual and group drills used to install and train players to run the Pistol Wing-T. The individual segment shows a variety of drills and key coaching points for each offensive position: Quarterbacks, Running Backs, Wide Receivers, and Offensive Line. The group drills incorporate multiple positions and allow the pieces of the offense to come together in a timely fashion. Backfield drills and linemen drills are demonstrated with maximum efficiency to assure quality while maximize repetitions. Each drill is a building block of the Pistol Wing-T Offense.
Practice PlanPorterville's offensive practice plan is shown and discussed thoroughly so that anyone wishing to install and run the Pistol Wing-T can do so in a relatively easy manner. A daily plan is outlined and variations and conditioning options are discussed.
If your team is looking to put points on the board, the Pistol Wing-T is definitely something you need to see. This offense will allow you to become more multiple, out flank the defense, make defensive coordinators go out of their mind and put more points on the board.
116 minutes. 2012.
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