Course 9: Quick Passing Gameby Adam Mathieson
What happens when you create a system that is rooted in time tested West Coast Passing concepts, while combining modern Spread / RPO principles and traditional Wing-T Gap blocking patterns?
LEFT COAST SPREAD / WING-T
Multiple Formation, Gap Blocking, Quick Passing, PAP / Screen team that uses multiple Tempos
This video series focuses on the quick passing game. The Quick Game Series is our basic short passing game combining short drops by the QB with quick routes by the WR. Routes are based on timing. The Quick Game Series can keep the H Back involved in protection and or release him into the route scheme. Coach Mathieson uses a traditional progression read in operating his quick game in order to accelerate the decision making process of the QB as he works from one read to the second and so on. Coach covers the basic principles of the quick game as well as player(s) tags in order to maximize its effectivenss on game night.
starting with the Tight End - Wing Flank:
Then progressing to the 2-Receiver Surface:
- Hitch (stop / fade)
- Slant - Sail
- Speed Out (Flat, Launch, Shoot)
- Vertical (Under, Out, X)
RUNNING BACK TAGS
Coach Mathieson will be entering his 12th year as head coach and 13th year as Athletic Director for MVHS. Previously he led Ferndale High School to a 9-2 record, league title, and state quarterfinal appearance. He also was a college QB coach at Western Washington University (2004-2006).
Overall, Coach Mathieson is the winningest coach in Mtn. View history, compiling an 91-44 overall record (53-17 League Record), five league championships, nine post season berths, and three top 5 state finishes.
Coach Mathieson has received 7 coach-of-the-year awards, including Washington State Football Coaches Association District 1 and Northwest League Coach of the Year and the prestigious 2015 United States Marine Corps and Glazier Football Clinics Semper Fi Coaches award.