MacAttack COURSE 3: Counter & Power Run Game in No Huddle Spread Offenseby Jason McManus
The MACATTACK NO HUDDLE SPREAD.....
When you read that I bet you thought of a dozen pass concepts. A QB in the pocket slinging it down the field. The band playing.
McManus MACATTACK offense has won 4-straight state championships in highest classification in South Carolina BY RUNNING THE BALL !!!
Yup. Read the stats below. 711 points and 6,500 yards.......3,700 rushing and only 3,000 passing.
They RAN for 700 more yards than they passed for!
And Coach McManus has developed the First Team All-State QB for four years in a row, winning Gatorade National Player of the Year once.
Would you run the ball with an All-State Quarterback? Well.....have you won 4 consecutive state titles?
--> Counter with 1 running back, 2 running backs, and with the QB
--> Counter out of 2x2, out of trips, with a Tight End, with two Tight Ends.
--> QB Counter is a read. Sometimes he hands it off, sometimes he keeps it, and when they really want to piss you off, they throw it.
--> No Tight End, a D-LInemen at the 2nd Tight End, 3 tackles in the game
The MacAttack is a Defensive Coordinators nightmare.
....and oh by the way....the QB is going to run the ball.
Try sleeping Thur night knowing you have to defend all that.
Coach Jason McManus was a college coach for 12 years before becoming the offensive coordinator at South Pointe High School in South Carolina. Playing in the highest classification, South Pointe won 4 consecutive state titles, had a 55-5 record including a 26-game win streak, and was ranked #6 in the country by USA Today.
Coach McManus MACATTACK offense scored 711 points and amassed 6,702 yards (3,639 rush, 3,063 pass) in ONE season. The MacAttack Offense averaged 44.9 points per game in 2018, 47.1 points per game in 2017, 39.8 points per game in 2016 -- for a 3-year average of 43.9 points per game! During that same span the offense has averaged 476.3 yards per game playing in South Carolina's highest classification.
Coach McManus MACATTACK has produced an All-State or All-American QB for 4 consecutive years.