Tagging Quick Pass Game with Zone Readby The Spread Offense
I break down how to start tagging your quick pass game off zone read.
With this philosophy, you'll always have an answer for whatever the defense throws at you. No more wasting time outs because you have a run play called against 7-8 man box.
Does the defense stack the box?
Perfect, throw it to the quick screen on the perimeter.
Too much respect for the WR's out in space?
Exploit their weakness and go with zone read.
This concept will help simplify your playbook, make your offense easier to run for players, and will create more explosive plays
"The Spread Offense" (spreadoffensefootball.com) was founded by Alex Besaw who was born and raised in the Spread Offense (Eugene, OR) but currently reside in Salinas, CA as a High School Varsity OC/QB coach for the past 8 years.
Alex always been around the game of football and has studied the Up Tempo - No Huddle Spread Offense for the last 15 years. Alex played QB in the Spread Offense in High School, but chose to pursue baseball in college as a pitcher. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2009, but turned it down to pitch for UCF. His career came to an end at UCF when he tore up his throwing shoulder and could no longer throw.
While at UCF, he learned the art of 3 Dimensional coaching first hand from Jeff Duke who has revolutionized the coaching framework. Shortly after graduating from UCF, Alex began coaching football and has been a QB coach and Offensive Coordinator in Salinas for the past 8 years.
Most Recent Coaching Experience:
-JV QB/WR/OC, 2012-2013 — Salinas High school, Salinas, CA
-Varsity QB Coach, 2013-2014 — Salinas High School, Salinas, CA
-Varsity QB/OC, 2014-2016 — Salinas High School, Salinas, CA
-Varsity QB/OC 2016-present — Palma High School, Salinas, CA
- 1st in League for points per game (35+) in 3 consecutive years. (2014-2016)
- Broke school record of most points scored in a game (63). (2014)
- Coached multiple QB's to win League MVP and 1st team All County Awards. (2014-2015)
- QB's broke previous school season records for TDs + Passing Yards + Rushing yards (2014-2015)
- Won league for the first time in 14 years (2014)
- Finished 2nd place in CCS Finals (2014)