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all right coaches thanks for being here today we’ll be talking about attacking the bubble my name is Jody I know from Jeremy Oh football calm and the football coaching podcast they will talk about every single time every talk about attacking the bubble our defense we are alive so

I’m gonna talk about how to identify the bubble what that means where it is when you’re attacking talk about some simple rules what we use for exacting the bubble and some plays that we use and how we attack the bubble in that way [Applause] you all right so

what are we looking at here with attacking the bubble we’d be looking at basically I just want to make sure we got everything going here okay so what we’re looking at is we’re attacking the bubble how do we what are we looking for what are we trying to

do what does it mean to attack the bubble start off with some simple definition of what we’re looking what we’re looking to do and then get into a little bit deeper far as what we’re what plays we’re using to actually attack the bubble so let’s look first at

what over here and we’ll just look at a basic our pistol power orphans here up so we’re looking at I was still get a basic or Dubai you and put these guys out of your formulas doesn’t really matter for our discussion today okay we’re talking about attacking the

bubble what we mean by the bubble basically real simple terms simplest definition yeah is that is the open gaps okay for the open gaps where we’ve got a space between defensive lineman two linebacker but we kind of create this area hey we could attack so if we look

at the over front four to five defense and see that we’ve got two bubbles in this front okay a43 with the tight end is going to have three bubbles so you’re attacking it for three over front you have three bubbles to look at rather than do the more

generally speaking the more bubbles you have and this isn’t like a hundred percent perfect because obviously you’ve taken to count personnel your personnel your running game all these are good things but generally speaking more bubbles there are inside the more like we are to want to run an

inside because this is a numbers games the beauty of American football we’ve got 11 guys on each side of the football we’ve got five guys that have to be there and create seven gaps some offenses create more gaps the whole way it’s each one little things about it

but we created seven or eight gaps up front usually and so that’s where we create our bubbles and so the fewer bubbles you have inside the more you want to run outside you’ve got you know a bear front um all of a sudden over six – and a

lot again I say well you know you football everybody runs to the to the sidelines and that’s true and a lot of times because of the best out you know best offensive player is your um you know running back – and he can outrun guys but also you

see well defense was the ED pack ah Thank You stakin Lee thinking that if they can’t stop the run they’ve got to get more anyone’s mad it tends to leave government heavy stuff you got defense ese you like that I think you’d be outside outside of that I

see that sometimes or something similar to that or heads-up kinds of things um you know where’s the ball there’s a bubble here so you could run some all tackle stuff there’s no bubble here here doesn’t mean you can’t ever run it in there and there’s a bubble out

here to play cute I didn’t pay the attack this bubble but the reality is if there’s six guys I understand a rough alignment you probably back to a little wider things but if there’s six guys in here that’s just makes sense that’s where your numbers advantage is so

that’s how we’re using this type of thing and the concept behind it we’re going to do real quick open this up first my stamina we check one thing okay could be a little better there well let in I’m in to paint the mic out so getting this live

stopped in honor we’re on time to practice always though um if we’re running our plays at the bubble but that’s weird they’re not much inside the most basic way to understand this right you I’m gonna switch you about here you here we go so the most basic way

to understand this is that if we’re running an ISO play you against let’s say a 4 3 or a 3 4 to 5 over front you I’d be in the eye but just in general if we were looking at this where’s the best place to ISO obviously we’re

looking at the bubbles where can we I saw a backer so the the I so play gets used a lot and looking at how we’re going to attack bubbles because it’s pretty simple you know we black out down double back or block out we’re going to handle

that I so early play I’ll be the most simple example of how we would attack that how we attack that bubble so that’s what we’re talking about when we talked about attacking the bubbles you’re just looking to that open gap where else could we run the iso play

pretty obvious locking doesn’t have to change very much like my fullback in there you to run the egg a paisa good often how you like so you know that’s a really simple look at how we attack the bubble on this thing how we get the most out of

it that’s probably that’s probably the most common thought process in attacking that bubble that’s the most common thought process and how we get down after it in this chat box you know you can post in the chat box there and see a couple guys popping in Gus Ross

on periscope um you know the easy thing about the iso is you just look for the bubble and you call it run it now what we do is a little bit different so I want to talk about what we do as far as identifying a bubble that I

think in placee and this is basically stolen from bill Mountjoy as most of our offense stuff is we don’t get in the eye very often wrote a one back offense it’s the pistol power often system that I’ll talk about later but a typical pistol power offense calm where

all of this if you want it packaged up and each individual play and how we run it what we do with it you know it’s all in there and I think really simple to to follow its and packaged up as a course deal you can check that out

pistol power offense calm what we identify essentially just two things we don’t look for so it’s it’s all about communication how fast can I communicate this to you how fast can you know as a assistant coach or as another coach to a coach up in the box you

know always important how fast can I communicate this to our players to our offensive line how fast and they communicated to me so we look for is the red side or the white side you don’t always have a red and a white side you can have double red

you’re gonna have double white and I’ll show you that but basically what we talked about white is wide red reduction Deus okay white is wide red is reduced so when we’re looking at this basically it’s really simple if the B gap if the B gap has a player

in it but if the B gap has a player directly lined up in that gap then that play or that side is red so we don’t have to identify I got a bubble here a bubble here a bubble here I got a red side and a white side

and this goes with our offensive playbook in the pistol power offense system which is what makes it kind of work but we look at the red side and the white side and basically we have a B gap defender it’s red we don’t have a B gap defender directly

in the gap in our gaps it gap be gap the gap same to the other side what we’re looking at is if I have a defender in the gap and he doesn’t be in the gap he has to be on the line of scrimmage in a position to

defend the gap I guess is the best way to say it there’s not one and that’s the white side so if we take a look here this defensive tackle is in a three technique outside shade of the guard he is defending the be gap he is defending the

be gap and generally we’re looking at if the guard is covered so when we get a fifty front where the tackle is covered we’re considering that to be could be a white side when we get a head up on the guard we consider that to be the other

side there is no immediate be gap defender we have a B gap bubble on white side so this would be the white side okay so we have a V gap bubble taking this the white side so an over front is usually read to the right inside and white

away from it will know that my game playing will be able to look at it and see this is generally what they’re doing all of the plays I think it’s important to note all of your place should work your blocking scheme your rules should work just fine against

anything but you have obviously things that you like better things that you’d rather do and so we’re looking at we’re looking at red side white side we’re talking okay I like this play who not have a big AB defender I like this play to have a big f

defender I was gonna run a B gap I so obviously I would run and run it through the white side I don’t like running ISO and a gap or C I want to run it to the white side so if I’m gonna run an ISO I’m gonna run

it I’m gonna run to the B gap I want to run it to the white side and so that’s that’s like if we were running ice and ice is not a key play we can run it but it’s not a key play in our package so what we’ll

look at is somebody a different place that we run after we look at some runs real quick let’s take a look at a nod front this could be stack could be three four could be the stack doesn’t matter obviously we aid extra secondary out here and I’m using

PowerPoint for anybody who’s about to ask that thanks for joining Jesse I’m using PowerPoint for anybody who wants to ask I’ll answer some questions there you so that’s free safety strong safety they don’t matter I just felt like in you so this okay in this and that defense

event looks shaded he’s not a promise looks like a 4i he’s supposed to be a 5 except three times four three five says people that no defender in the immediate be gap and again as I said we we consider and this is you can you know right or

wrong whatever we consider this to be the white side however against a slanting defensive front and again this is getting more complicated but I just want to kind of answer the question thanks for joining Tyler good Steve we if we are seeing this and they’re slanting a lot

a lot of plan angle type of three four then we’re gonna look at film and decide which direction they slant the most and we’ll call that the red in the white side so if they’re constantly slanting strong we would call the strong side the white side and the

big side the red side that’s that’s a game plan thing we’re gonna have to figure out but just for looking at it on paper we have a double white here okay so white side to both sides I’m going to talk about will plays we use to attack those

and if get a bear front or Jam front you hey bear front we have a double red and we have a double red so that’s how we identify these fronts so we identify them and under front would be would be a red side through the the weak side

away from the tight end and an under front would be a white side to the tight end so we can use this and knowing this how defenses are going to align we can use a little bit to dictate where we end up and where we want to be

and again the white side is is the wide side where the B gap is open the red side is the reduced side where the B gap is closed let’s talk about what we’re going to run and I’ll do some Q&A at the end anybody wants to ask around

ask some questions let’s talk about what we would want to run at each side and I’m going to go back to just a simple over front give us that look let’s take these a got be gaps see get out of here I’m gonna move Paige back back to

where we talked about you and we’ll do this with a four to five defense four to five deepen comm check it out you up there bug you okay so in this situation red side is to our right through the strong side whiteside is to our left and again

as I said this is not gonna be perfect world they’re gonna change fronts we could check the call if we want to but I haven’t had that many quarterbacks who were ready to start checking calls constantly so we could check the call if we wanted to we could

you know we could flip it whatever we’re not hey again these plays we’re trying to get in the ideal situation if we can get in the ideal situation 70% is always the number that I use if 70% of the time we can get in a really good situation

then that’s what we want to do and most of the time you can if they’re completely random and it’s really hard almost everybody has some kind of tendency though but if they’re just running garbage all over the place then really hard but we’ve got a red side in

the white side so what we like to run to the red side okay through the red side I want to run our stretch or outside zone when run power the white side I’ll draw them up to the white side I want to run inside zone called zone run

counter and go to the red side stretch power the white side zone counter we have five basic plays in our pistol power offense system pistol power offense calm and those five basic plays our zone stretch power counter and truck toss truck toss we don’t care either way because

we’re not running it at a gap we’re running it so far from the gap it doesn’t matter but let’s talk about each one and why it’s a red side or a white side so let’s talk about stretch first hey stretch blocking I say well stretches an outside play

it doesn’t matter who’s envy gap it absolutely matters Susan yeah we do not want to run stretch okay we do not want to run stretch at a 5 & a 9 that makes sense if we don’t want to run stretch with somebody sitting in C gap and D

gap we don’t want to run stretch with somebody sitting here and here but we know if they’ve got somebody sitting in B gap that three technique tackle then very unlikely very unlikely that there’s also a guy sitting in the gap indeed don’t usually see fronts where somebody sits

in a big gap C gap and D not very often they are or untucked off getting outside so that’s the thought process here so we run stretch we look at our zone count system and again all this is in the pistol power offense system we go in great

detail on it not a true double I get a punch to help out are acting the hip of the why hey if we had and he’s reading this down defender this defensive end if we had who wanted to see got one in d gap then he can’t cut

off the defensive end because you know there’s somebody there like where there’s there’s there’s somebody else there so if he goes C gap or D gap then he’s wrong basically so if we run this at one defensive end scepters gonna make that defensive end wrong that defensive ben

bites the reach to the outside it cuts back if he ducks inside of the reach block it bounces outside we had somebody in C and D gap that wouldn’t be good if you look at a nod front or an under front a there’s somebody potentially defending C and

D gap we get that we’re gonna kick it out and determine it as a cutback as soon as possible if if our offensive lineman can make those calls but that’s basically what we try to do with the stretch backside the stretch should be or stretch block but that’s

why we want that’s why we care that’s why it matters and your PlayBook your unique playbook whether you’re on pistol power often system where you run something else is going to determine what you want to do and your defense the defense is going to determine that too so

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July 22, 2020

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