Gus Malzahn and the Delaware Wing T: An Order of Football

In the weeks leading up to the BCS title game I ran across several articles like this one in SI.com that mentioned Auburn OC Gus Malzahn’s roots and how he read the book “The Delaware Wing T: An Order of Football” and how be bought it word for word as his first philosophy. Good luck [...]

Offensive Breakdown Blog

Ran across this great new site – Offensive Breakdown Blogspot. It does a very nice job of breaking some of Auburn’s base runs including some form of inverted veer option, veer power, counter, and buck sweep. This is the sort of thing that I wish I had time to do (sigh) but probably won’t do [...]

Stanford Big Runs vs Va Tech 2011 Orange Bowl

In their impressive victory versus Virginia Tech Stanford ran the ball 31 times for 247 yards and an 8.0 average. Stanford used lots of motion, 2 back 21 and 22 personnel sets and ran some power and isolation plays very well. You have to wonder if more teams will adopt the tactics of Stanford and [...]