UCLA Offense: RPOs & Wrinklesby Touchdown Analysis
COMPLETE PLAYBOOK INCLUDED
This is Part 3 of a 3-Part Series
The UCLA Bruins were one of the most dangerous offense's in the nation during the 2022 season. Led by Chip Kelly's brilliant play calling, the Bruins finished 4th in total offense. The UCLA offense features a unqiue combination of modern and classic offensive schools of thought, and when joined together create a jugernaut for defenses to deal with.
Included in this course:
- Unique formations and personnel groupings to disguise core run schemes
- UCLA's best zone and gap scheme runs
- Dominant QB option run schemes designed to stress the defense from multiple angles
- The Chip Kelly Offense playbook
FAQ: Who is the Head Coach for the UCLA Bruins?
A: Chip Kelly has been the head coach of UCLA since the 2017 college football season. He previously served as Oregon football’s head coach as well as some time in the NFL with Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers.
FAQ: What Kind of Offense Does UCLA Run?
A: The Chip Kelly playbook at UCLA includes a diverse assortment of plays in the running game including zone read and gap scheme run schemes. It’s hard to fit this offense into any singular mold, but UCLA’s spread offense features both modern and traditional principles.
FAQ: Who is the UCLA Offensive Coordinator
A: Tim Drevno is currently the Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line coach for the UCLA Bruins. Drevno’s involvement with the offensive line assists the Bruins running game and play action pass set ups.
FAQ: What was the UCLA Offense Ranked Last Season?
A: The UCLA Football Offense was ranked 4th in total offense in 2022, making them one of the best offenses in the nation. The Bruins averaged 503.5 yards per game last year.
Extensive film study of the most interesting schemes in football.