with Mike Rude, Johnston City High School (IL) Head Coach; Illinois High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame (`95), Selected as the Ray Eliot Award recipient (highest award given to IL HS football coaches).
This offense takes root in a heavily unbalanced offensive line and a shotgun snap--something your opponents have never seen before. Coach Rude goes over all of the formations, how the play calling system works, and pre-shift formations. Coach Rude and offensive line coach Brian Berry then go into detail teaching nine different formations including seam bucks, counter trey, option, and wedge series. To simplify, Rude has developed a list of blocking rules for every hole allowing for countless combinations of plays. He goes over individual play assignments with extensive team demonstration and game footage to help fully demonstrate the player's responsibilities and the offensive playbook. After only four years of running the Single Wing, Coach Rude's team has averaged over 4,000 rushing yards a season and has had six rushers with over 1,000 rushing yards. Using this rush-oriented offense will allow your team to control the clock, limit turnovers, and have fun with a new style of successful football.
98 minutes. 2006.