Pistol Wing T Offense Playbookby Rick Stewart
250-page playbook. You own it for life, including all future updates. When Stewart makes a change, you will see it next time you log on.
Since the original videos were published in 2010, over a thousand copies have been sold. 12 teams have won state titles running this exciting offense.
POWER WING T RUN GAME married to EXPLOSIVE SPREAD PASSING GAME with MIDLINE & VEER as its Mistress
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In addition to running the offense, I have corresponded with hundreds of coaches running the offense and have installed the offense at over 50 schools in 15 different states. This 3rd Edition Playbook contains many updates and wrinkles to this exciting offense contributed by this vast pool of coaching knowledge.
--> Read UNBLOCKED defenders on every play. The QB can turn every run play into Option
--> Easier to pass since QB is 3yards away from Center. Pre & Post Snap Reads? No problem. RPOs? They are in here!
--> Every play has step by step drawings of the backfield footwork
--> Go back under center on any play in case of bad weather or your backup center is in the game.
ORGANIZATION FOR SUCCESS
Forty pages explaining easy to learn terminology, No-Huddle, and how to install the offense. This is a fast offense using 7 different tempos with a hybrid HUDDLE - NO HUDDLE system.
These tempos range from calling the play in the HUDDLE and sprinting to line, running the play in 3 seconds; or waiting to call the play after the defense lines up; or letting the QB “check with me” based on defensive alignment; or running MUSTANG / NASCAR tempo, snapping the ball 1 second after ball is in play.
Several different NO HUDDLE systems are discussed, allowing you to choose the one that is best for your program. Wristbands, hand signals, and sideline cards are all explained in this section.
Every traditional Wing-T family is covered in this section: Buck); Belly; and Down. There is also Midline and Veer. The Jet & Rocket section shows how to run the entire offense using the flat Jet motion. There are two short yardage packages, a special “check with me” package, and trick plays. The combination plays combine a run play with a perimeter pass play and the QB decides where the ball goes as both plays are being ran.
Detailed diagrams show the backfield steps on every play.
While I believe that the Wing-T offense is the best high school offense, I also agree with the criticism that it can lack a passing game. But it is the not the Wing-T system that lacks a passing attack, it is the coaches that are refusing or not understanding how to pass.
This Third edition has a completely expanded Pass Section that will show you how to simply attack each coverage in terminology that matches the Wing-T run game using the same concepts used by spread & air-raid systems.
¨ PASS PROTECTION schemes that require very little practice time;
¨ PASS ROUTE concepts in a simple language so a few concepts combined with a few formations gives the defense a lot to worry about;
¨ Three SCREEN concepts that can go to any of your 5 players out of 12 formations;
¨ QUICK passing game that gives your athletes the ball in space;
¨ DROP BACK passing attack putting 4 receivers in routes;
¨ SPRINT OUT off Jet motion putting edge defenders in conflict with the QB run threat.
Every pass route is diagrammed versus Cover 1, 2, 3, 4 and man coverages. Stewart shows which concepts are better against each defense.
GAME PLANNING and SCOUTING
¨ Detailed explanations of what to look for when watching opponent’s film.
¨ Flow charts of “If-Then” statements using plays that are most effective vs defenses.
¨ How to call the plays on Friday night so that the defense is in conflict.
Coach Stewart has been a football coach for 27 years, 12 as a head coach, Stewart has been to 2 CIF Section Finals, and his 12-0 team lost the CIF championship on a hail mary pass in the rain.
He took three losing programs to playoffs.
Coach Stewart has turned around three different schools and led each team to the playoffs within his first two seasons at the helm. Since none of these schools had any scholarship players on their roster, Stewart’s system gave his players a chance to be successful versus superior talent.
• McFarland, a small, agricultural school of 600 students with no weight room, had lost 21 games in a row. Stewart served as offensive coordinator and they went 8-2 with a playoff berth
• Stewart left McFarland for 3 years and they went 3-26 during his absence. He returned as head coach to make the playoffs in Year 2. (the Disney movie, “McFarland”, starring Kevin Costner is the same town and school)
• Broke 0-27 losing streak at Corcoran, a school with 900 students, winning an undefeated league title in Year 2;
• Porterville, a large, rural school of 2,000 students, won 40 games in 5 years, including back-to-back section runner-ups at a that had won 8 games in the 5 years prior to his arrival.
Stewart also has coached basketball, serving as AAU director for girls basketball in California and tutored seven girls to D-1 scholarships. He understands what coaches want and his company, ALL ACCESS COACHING, is all about helping the next generation of coaches.