The Ohio State Offense: Pass Gameby Touchdown Analysis
COMPLETE PLAYBOOK INCLUDED
This is Part 2 of a 3-Part Series
Get an in-depth understanding of the core plays and layers from one of the most explosive offenses in the Big 10.
This scheme brought Ohio State within one play of knocking off the defending National Champs in the college football playoffs.
This course goes in depth into Ryan Day's offensive playbook that was so good at getting some of the Nation's best explosive offensive playmakers in space so consistently.
Included in this course:
- Ohio State's best play action and boot passing concepts
- Quick game concepts that attack spacing and leverage fast!
- Unique motion that gives the QB strong pre-snap reads depending on how the defense reacts
- And more!
FAQ: Who Calls Plays for the Ohio State Offense?
A: Head Coach Ryan Day is the primary play caller for Ohio State’s offense. Coach Day may occasionally rely on Offensive Coordinator Bryan Hartline who is gaining experience in this pro style offense.
Coach Day’s play calls have produced some elite offensive players in recent years such as Justin Fields, CJ Stroud, and Marvin Harrison Jr.
While Ohio State averages 298.3 yards per game in the passing game, they still have effective run plays stemming from their power runs and zone run game. Ohio State’s top 10 offense has made a major contribution to their dominant stretch in the Big 10 during Coach Ryan Day’s tenure.
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Extensive film study of the most interesting schemes in football.