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The Air Raid is a popular type of Spread Offense made famous by Hal Mumme which is a pass first type of offense. Currently, it is run by many high school and college teams including Texas Tech, Houston, West Virginia and many others. These files include full playbooks as well as the various pieces of the offense.
These are various College Playbooks that range from full playbooks to clinic presentations given by various college football coaches.
A very popular offense that was developed into a system by Don Markham and is still run by many youth football and high school football teams.
These are various NFL Offense Playbooks that range from full playbooks to clinic presentations given by various pro football coaches.
Option Offense may be the most popular offense in all of football. Run from a variety of formations from Double Wing to the Split Back Veer and everything in between. NOTE: See Spread for Shotgun Spread Option
These are various files and articles that are about the passing game. Many of the files only focus on one pass concept but others may encompass entire passing systems.
These are various files that are about the run game. Many of the files focus on individual running plays but others focus on an entire running scheme.
The Spread Offense. Quite possibly the most popular offense for all levels of football from High School to the NFL. These articles and playbooks focus on a wide variety of schemes, styles and concepts on how to run the Spread Offense. The Shotgun Spread Option, Pistol Offense and many other popular forms will be found in this section.
The most wide-spread offense in the NFL, the West Coast Offense was made famous by Bill Walsh and the 49ers in the 1980′s. The West Coast Offense is a ball-control passing system.
The Wing-T is a very popular offense at the Youth Football and High School Football levels. Popularized by Delaware and Notre Dame, the system utilizes a lot of pulling lineman and deception.