An added wrinkle to the Sprint Draw is the Sprint Pass. The Sprint Pass is simple to install because it uses the same blocking assignments and techniques as the run, but contains a number of different options to keep the defenses guessing. Through the use of marker board and game film, Coach Monos and his staff deliver a thorough look at two of their most successful routes for the Sprint Pass, both of which can be run at any level of play. After breaking down the philosophy of the play, the staff covers the Out Cut and Smash Routes. They show the techniques and reads for these routes against a Cover 3, Cover 2 and man-to-man defenses. In addition, the blocking assignments for the line and backfield are shown, as well as the steps and reads the quarterback must follow to make the play successful. The Sprint Pass has many advantages because it is a safe call to make. It can be run in any down or distance situation as well as break any blitz or stunt package a defense throws at your team.
35 minutes. 2006.
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