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RPO's & Spread Offense Concepts from FCS Champs JMU
by Jason Hahnstadt

The 2016-2017 FCS National Champion James Madison Dukes have proven their offensive domination! JMU has RPO's and a multiple spread offense effectively to force defenses to account for every offensive player and protect their Read Option run game. The 2016 JMU offense averages 48 points per game. Their rushing totals 3,984 while their passing totals 3,375. This course dives in depth into their best RPO's, Runs and Passes straight from their win over the #1 ranked North Dakota State (Base 4-3 Defense). Each play is diagramed and analyzed into individual video lessons where I carefully describe the ins and outs of each play and how football coaches can run them with their offense and understand the strategies used in defeating defenses. A full playbook of every play in .pdf format is included in the course. Plays include the following and more: Stick/Draw RPO Pistol Power/Bubble RPO Inverted Read Option QB Counter Sweep Alley Screen "Go" Spread Counter Zone Read All Verts Zone Slice - Goalline Mesh Wheel - Airraid Pistol Sprint Draw

Chapter 1: Passing Tree
1 Passing Tree
Chapter 2: Run Plays
2 Power/Bubble Screen RPO 02:33
3 Inverted Veer Read 03:23
4 Fast Motion, Doubles Right Wing Stretch Read Option 06:07
5 25 Counter/Bubble Screen RPO 03:48
6 14 QB Counter 03:24
7 Zone Slice 02:49
8 Sprint Draw 02:58
9 Stick/Draw RPO 04:03
Chapter 3: Passing Plays
10 Trips Wing 196 PAP 02:53
11 Trips Right All Verts 04:18
12 X Jailbreak Screen PPO 03:34
13 Trips Wing Zone X Alley Go 04:53
14 X Alley Go 02:42
15 Mesh H Wheel 03:31
Chapter 4: Playbook
16 JMU Playbook
17 JMU Playbook Download
Chapter 5: National Championship Game
18 Inverted Veer Counter Read 03:44

JasonHahnstadt Jason Hahnstadt Helping Coaches Build Great Offenses

Jason has been studying the game of football since he first became a coach at the collegiate level in 1999. His passion led him into a variety of coaching positions where he enjoyed learning new systems from a wide variety of coaches at multiple levels. Jason is as passionate about coaches education as he is about coaching the game of football. Check out Jason's appearances on the Winning Youth Coaching podcast as well as The Sports Parenting Podcast. He was also the first coach to pioneer taking the flipped classroom into physical education and coaching under the influence of John Bergman, the pioneer of the Flipped Classroom Movement. As an author, Jason has been published in John's book titled "Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement". Currently, Jason teaches Elementary Physical Education in Chicago's North Suburb of Kenilworth and is also the founder of The Pro Style Spread Offense Football System. Want to grab a free offensive playbook? Go here to get a downloadable .pdf Football Coaching Experience: Head Coach, Freshmen, 2014 – 2015, New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois Special Team Coordinator, Varsity, 2012 – 2013, New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois Offensive Coordinator, Varsity, 2009 – 2011, North Shore Country Day School, Winnetka, Illinois Defensive Coordinator, Varsity, 2007 –  2009, North Shore Country Day School, Winnetka, Illinois Offensive/Defensive Line, Varsity, 2005, Muncie South Side High School, Muncie, Indiana Assistant Football Coach, Wide Receivers, 2000 to 2004, Taylor University Football, Upland, Indiana (Under Head Coach Steve Wilt) Assistant Football Coach, Wide Receivers, 1999 to 1999, Trinity International University, Deerfield, Illinois (Under Head Coach Andy Lambert)

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(3 Reviews)
coachTP
coachTP

Coach Hahnstadt does a great job breaking down JMU's RPO's. Very informative and easy to understand. Highly recommend it for anyone looking to increase their knowledge on the spread offense and RPO's! Great stuff!
Dec 23, 2016 07:09:51 PM

Dickiejr
Dickiejr

Very helpful... I'm just moving up from youth to high school...And I'm studying different RPO systems... So this is real good material to use and coach up
Dec 31, 2016 10:22:24 PM

jreynolds6350
jreynolds6350

Very well done. Breaks down these plays and responsibilities in a way that is very simple to understand. Nice job.
Jan 2, 2017 02:30:16 PM