with Jeff Brohm, University of Louisville Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator.
Coach Brohm's goal in the play action passing game is getting shots down the field. To make that possible, he believes that an established run game must come first. Most plays come from the two back set with three wide outs, and he discusses four plays that make up this pass action attack. Rhythm and timing are keys to an efficient play action passing game. Spread left 142 X post is a route to hold the safety followed by a post route. A fall practice tape shows the preparation behind this passing game. Line responsibilities and QB techniques are also discussed. Game footage provides many examples of how play action can pay off.
57 minutes. 2008.