Offensive/Defensive Schemes

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  1. xGRIDIRONxGURUx

    xGRIDIRONxGURUx GO DUCKS. WIN THE DAY.

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    I will go ahead and get this started...

    OFFENSE

    Pistol Train
    Pistol Strong Slot
    Pistol Strong

    SG Normal Flex Wing
    SG Wing Offset
    SG Wing Offset Weak
    SG Wing Trips Weak
    SH Trio HB Weak
    SG 4 WR Trio
    SG 4 WR Trio Strong
    SG Split Offset
    SG Slot Offset
    SG Spread Flex

    Army Split

    DEFENSE

    3-4: Solid
    3-3-5: Across, Okie, Stack
    5-2: Normal
    Dime: 2-3-6 Odd
    Dollar: 3-2-6
    Quarters: Normal

    All of my Offensive formations are related in that i either have 2 BACKS in the backfield or have plays where i can package sub a HB @ Slot and he motions to the backfield

    All of my Defensive formations are an ODD front

    TEMPO

    i am a no huddle coach in real life and i use it on the game with the same type of check with me setup (and actually i run an offense on here that is pretty similar to my RL system) that i use on Friday nights... i dont spam money plays with it, and i will huddle (ask @TheCrumIsHere he can vouch for the offense i use from my custom playbook)
     
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  2. JQwon13

    JQwon13 Walk On

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    Offense: Oklahoma
    Defense: 4-3

    Thus far I've been too lazy to make a playbook. Maybe at some point I will do it. It will base off Oklahoma's playbook. It already has what I want. I form, Pistol and shotgun. Nothing else I want out of an offense.
     
  3. TheCrumbIsHere

    TheCrumbIsHere Walk On

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    Mr. GridironGuru's offense felt very much like an actual scheme and I could just tell with the way he was adjusting things on the fly that he's definitely a coach. Our game last night was one of the most cerebral games of NCAA I've probably ever played.

    I'm sticking to my Triple Option attack out of the Georgia Tech playbook. I don't run the Shotgun set at all that's included. I haven't done any modifications with either playbook.

    Defensively, 3-4 it is.
     
  4. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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  5. Gyrene76

    Gyrene76 What does the fox say?

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    Offense: Boise State (Modified)

    Defense: 3-3-5
     
  6. Qwigly

    Qwigly Walk On

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    Howard has moved to a spread book (base pb I dont recall to be honest since I remove all plays and formations and rebuild from scratch).

    I am going for a heavy SG Split scheme, was hoping to run with more success but have been leaning on the pass in the two ODs I am in. The concept spawned as Howard suffered thru 17 sacks in my first two games. Hal Mumme/Mike Leach/Tim Couch Kentucky scheme spawned it. Not necessarily air raid in intent but seems to have turned out pass heavy due to the poor rushing stats and throwing for 400+ yards thus far.

    OFFENSE - It has pretty almost every SG 2 Back formation, Normal, Normal HB Weak, Y trips, Ytrips weak, Trips Over, Spread, Trips, Trips HB Weak, Empty Base, Empty spread and 3 UC I "H" formations (normal, twins, spread I think they are called).

    DEFENSE - Base 3-4 (not custom).
     
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  7. nikpin

    nikpin Universitas Brunensis

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    Offense
    Washington State(Custom)
    Defense
    4-3(Standard)
     
  8. Qwigly

    Qwigly Walk On

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    I continue to question my offensive and defensive schemes based on team performance...beware the waterboy!!!!
     
  9. TheeAmazingness

    TheeAmazingness Walk On

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    I use a spread, always has made sense to me. With a split or offset SG your open to any attack.
    Defense is standard 4-3
     
  10. DirtycashDylan

    DirtycashDylan I came here to scheme and chew bubblegum...

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    Offense: Auburn(Multiple) Playbook
    Defense: Odd front 3-4 with possibly some 3-3-5 mixed in more as we go


    On offense, I take what the D is giving me and prefer to roll with a HB and a TE/H-Back at all times.
     
  11. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    Yup... right in the bum bum
     
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  12. Dean Evans

    Dean Evans Run by Walmart and pick you up a personality!

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    Offensive: Pro (pound the rock)
    Defensive: Multiple (bring the house)
     

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