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Wishbone 23 Dive

The Wishbone 23 Dive is a short yardage running play.  Click Here to View Animated Play Running Play Hand-Off to Halfback (2-Back) Ball Carrier Runs Through 3-Hole   Hit Hole Quickly with No Hesitation or Juking 3 Back and 4 Back Fake Sweep Right O-Line Run blocks Read more [...]

Wishbone 2 Motion Left 36 Crossbuck vs. 6-2 Defense

The Wishbone 2 Motion Left 36 Crossbuck is a medium yardage running play out of the Wishbone Formation. Works best against a 6-2 Defense instead of a 5-3 because of one less linebacker The wishbone was designed to run a triple option with a lead blocker. The purpose of an option is to eliminate one defender without blocking him. Ideally, the defender must make a choice to eliminate one of two offensive players. This is a double option. This option offensive scheme forces a defender to Read more [...]

Wishbone 38 Sweep Option v 6-2 Defense

The Wishbone 38 Sweep Option is a medium to long yardage running play out of the Wishbone Formation. This play is an Option, meaning the QB has to read the position of the Defensive End, who is released by the Tight End. The wishbone was designed to run a triple option with a lead blocker. The purpose of an option is to eliminate one defender without blocking him. Ideally, the defender must make a choice to eliminate one of two offensive players. This is a double option. This option offensive Read more [...]

I Left 43 Lead vs. 6-2 Defense

The I Left 43 Lead is a running play out of the I Formation. The I Formation is typically employed in running situations. In the I formation, the tailback starts six to eight yards behind the scrimmage from an upright position, where he can survey the defense. The formation gives the tailback more opportunities for finding weak points in the defense to run into.   Running Play Left Tackle Blocks in on Tackle Left Guard Chip Blocks Nose Guard 3 Back Block Left Side Read more [...]

I Left 43 Lead vs. 5-3 Defense

The I Left 43 Lead is a running play out of the I Formation. The I Formation is typically employed in running situations. In the I formation, the tailback starts six to eight yards behind the scrimmage from an upright position, where he can survey the defense. The formation gives the tailback more opportunities for finding weak points in the defense to run into.   Running Play Left Tackle Blocks in on Tackle Left Guard Chip Block Tackle and Then Blocks Middle Linebacker 3 Read more [...]

Wishbone 2 Motion Left 36 Crossbuck – Animated Play

The Wishbone 2 Motion Left 36 Crossbuck is a medium yardage running play out of the Wishbone Formation. The wishbone was designed to run a triple option with a lead blocker. The purpose of an option is to eliminate one defender without blocking him. Ideally, the defender must make a choice to eliminate one of two offensive players. This is a double option. This option offensive scheme forces a defender to choose one of two offensive players who can advance the ball and then allows the Read more [...]