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4-time SC state Champ Jason McManus talks about Fast, Bubble, Slip, Tunnel, & Double Screens in No Huddle Air Raid RPO Offense
Tennessee state champ Scott Meadows talks about Now, Solid, Triple Screen in Gun RPO Wing T
2=time Jr College Coach of the Year Eric Marty talks about his RPO system that propelled his team to back-to-back 10-1 seasons
4-time SC State Champion Jason McManus talks how he adapted his RPO system from his 12-year college career to the high school level
4-time state champion and 12-year college coaches Jason McManus breaks all his RPOS into 3 categories.
A 70-MINUTE COURSE
Coach McManus talks about adjustments to the RPO in the Mac Attack Air Raid Offense for 2020.
This was Coach's first year at a brand new school, so his new videos takes you thru the process of installing RPOs for the very first time.
The first chapter covers basic 1st and 2nd level RPO's with the QB leaving the pocket.
We start with plays where the H-back blocks to seal the corner, and then move to some plays where the H-back goes out on a route to give the QB a different option.
The second chapter covers 2nd-level RPO's while keeping the QB in the pocket, including some designed QB runs.
The third chapter covers 3rd-level RPO's, with the QB reading the safeties. Included are some plays designed to puncih an opponent who overcommits to stopping earlier plays in this package.
There is 15 minutes of practice video showing the drills that Coach Mac uses to teach his players RPOs. This was coach's first year at Spartanburg HS in SC, so you are literally watching him install RPOs to players who had never ran the MacAttack Offense before !!!
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These are NOT the RPOs that the rest of the country is running! No copy-cat schemes in the MacAttack Spread Offense.
Coach shows you game film of every play with a Tight End, with an H-Back, out of Trips, and out of 2x2
This is not clinic talk on a board. Coach has over 80 minutes of game film as he pauses, rewinds, and uses the HUDL drawing tools to explain every play.
Coach starts off with 15 plays out of multiple formations. Counter, Trap, Draw, and Inside Zone are married with Wheel, Seam, Stick, Speed Out, and Bubble.
SECOND LEVEL RPOs outside the huddle is something very unique and puts the defense in a bind. The QB has the option to handoff, run the ball, or pass the ball. Inside Zone, Counter, and Power are the run plays married with Wheel, Seam, Stick, Speed Out, and Bubble. Coach "window dresses" it by running the same play using the H-Back six different ways!
THIRD LEVEL RPO slows down aggressive safeties and corners.
Pop Passes & Run Action Pass off Your Core Run Game in the Spread Off
--> PLAY ACTION: No option. The QB is going to fake to the Running back, take a 3-step drop and throw down the field;
--> RPO: The QB has the option of throwing the ball or handing off to the Running Back based on who he is reading. (2nd Level Defender or 3rd Level Defender)
--> POP PASS: The QB has the option of throwing the ball or running with the ball behind the back he just faked to. QB will throw the POP to the designated WR or keep the ball and run the designated play call based on how the defender plays the POP.
Coach McManus' offense is sooo hard to defend. Just these three plays alone drives the defense crazy. All three are based off run fakes in any of the FIVE CORE run plays: Trap, Zone, Power, Stretch, and Counter. POPS, PLAYACTION PASSES, AND RPO'S allow you to be balanced on offense.
This is Course 6 of the overall system. Over 45 minutes long, including 38 minutes of game film.
WHY PASS THE BALL ON THE GOAL LINE?
When defenses want to blitz in the red zone and on the goalline, Coach McManus shows you how to attack man coverage which the Mesh routes and rub routes on the goalline.
This simple concept allows you to create confusion for the defense and execute versus man coverage.
But don't forget that Coaches 4 state championship teams ran for more yards than the passed for....
AND WHO IS THE MOST DANGEROUS RUNNER ON THE FIELD?
THE QUARTERBACK !!!
What do you versus Bear and Double Eagle Goal LIne Fronts?
Two Tight Ends, Defensive Linemen as extra blockers.
TRICK PLAYS ON THE GOAL LINE