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LGVAg
08-22-2007, 01:28 AM
As some of you may or may not know, I'm aspiring to be a coach at Longview when I graduate in 2 years. I've been collecting old playbooks, studying up on the game, etc., and started making my own playbook. Also, does anyone know a good site to host them on? I know that megaupload will do it, but I know it's a hassle as well. I guess if I have to, I will. Here is the list (which will soon have links to their respective playbooks).

1982 49ers Bill Walsh Offense- 35 MB, over 330 pages of the first true west coast offense. Has all kinds of passing routes, formations, etc.

1995 Air Force Flexbone- 3 MB, 68 pages. Interesting for those who like the service academy option game. Shows how to block plays against most defensive fronts.

1997 Army Flexbone- 2 MB, 116 pages. Like above, interesting to those who like that kind of offense when Army ran it.

1997 Nebraska I Option (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=4SXE0FI7)- 25 MB, 182 pages. Amazing playbook. This is the linemen's version. I ahve a printed version of the back's playbook, but this tells all of the linemen how to block each play. All kinds of freeze, sprint, wall, normal options, dives, reverses, counters, and passing protection and routes. Highly recommended.

1998 Air Force Flexbone (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=LDFDJBA0)- 5 MB, 131 pages. Basically it's expanded on the 1995 playbook with all kinds of words of wisdom, inspirational quotes and poems, etc.

1999 Texas Offense (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VLE121B3)- 6.6 MB, over 310 pages with tons of words on the huddle, formations, passing route trees, alginments, running plays (shown how to block) linemen calls, motions, defensive fronts, coverages, protections, etc. A great one for those liking a strong passing game similar to the 1982 book. Just much easier to follow.

2004 Utah Offense (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=N3JH7PTE)- 8 MB, 136 pages. Great book from the offensive mind of Urban Meyer and his spread option game. All out of the shotgun, this is one of my favorites as well. Tells how to block against most fronts, read defenses, QB reads, passing game, etc.

Misc.

Texas Tech Style Playbook (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZY9DYRP6)- 9 MB, over 300 pages. Obviously this is not real, as each play is only drawn up against one defensive front. It's great if you're looking for route combinations and such. Has some of the running game, but, like I said, only blocked up against a 4-2 front.

Wishbone Offense- 681 KB, about 50 pages. Made by a high school student, this is pretty interesting, and worth reading for how short it is.

Louisville Style Offense- 2.3 MB, 214 pages. Like the Tech Style playbook, this doesn't deal with coverages, and this one doesn't have the running game at all! Worth looking at for route combinations and such like the Tech style one.

So yeah, if someone can get me a good place to host them, I'll slowly but surely change the lines above to links. I'll get the Texas one up first cause I know a lot of people here will want to see that one, and then go from there by request on which ones are wanted faster.

chhspantherfan
08-22-2007, 04:25 PM
sounds great. looking forward to the reading.

LGVAg
08-22-2007, 05:26 PM
Okay, using an external device, I'm going to transfer them all over to my new computer tonight. Afterwards, I'll look into hosting them.

Internet.Tough.Guy
08-22-2007, 07:30 PM
I recommend Coach Fran's "2nd and goal" offense. FYI it requires a solid kicker.

LGVAg
08-22-2007, 08:38 PM
A few things:

1. That name suits you well, Wide.

2. There wasn't a solid kicker needed for this play:

http://www.agclips.com/images/football/2006/texas/texas06.wmv

3. The 1999 Texas Playbook is up for download:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VLE121B3

LGVAg
08-23-2007, 03:00 AM
But not this year.

LGVAg
08-23-2007, 04:59 AM
deleted.

Okay, back to the playbooks now.

chhspantherfan
08-23-2007, 06:54 AM
back to the playbook?

LGVAg
08-23-2007, 09:59 AM
back to the playbook?

Of course. The Texas one is reposted, and the Nebraska I Option is uploading as we speak. I'll do as many as I can before I go out today.

Pack Backer
10-07-2007, 09:23 PM
Well, from a retired high school football coach, if your plans are to get a position at Longview you won't need any playbooks, etc. except for theirs. You won't be able to run anything other than what the head coach wants you to run. If you like what he runs fine, if you don't you should find a school that runs what you like. Good coaches run things they feel confortable with and run it good. There are a lot a offenses out there, but coaches run what they like best. If a program is a good one even the 7th grade run the same offense, etc. as does the varsity. Just a little reality check for you.

LGVAg
10-09-2007, 12:46 AM
Well, from a retired high school football coach, if your plans are to get a position at Longview you won't need any playbooks, etc. except for theirs. You won't be able to run anything other than what the head coach wants you to run. If you like what he runs fine, if you don't you should find a school that runs what you like. Good coaches run things they feel confortable with and run it good. There are a lot a offenses out there, but coaches run what they like best. If a program is a good one even the 7th grade run the same offense, etc. as does the varsity. Just a little reality check for you.

Of course. I know that offense well, and Coach King shows me all kindsa stuff. I'm learning and stuff as a hobby.

STJL41
10-11-2007, 03:49 PM
Do I have to become a member before I can download the playbooks?

LGVAg
10-12-2007, 01:11 AM
Do I have to become a member before I can download the playbooks?

Not that I know of. You should see a little box and it asks for a 3 letter code that is right next to it. Enter it, and a timer will count down. Once it hits 0, you can click the link to download.

slorch
10-12-2007, 06:58 AM
I thought a little VIP action was going on there for a minute. " Do I have to be a member to download playbooks?":D

STJL41
10-12-2007, 12:44 PM
Not that I know of. You should see a little box and it asks for a 3 letter code that is right next to it. Enter it, and a timer will count down. Once it hits 0, you can click the link to download.

Thanks, I can't believe I never saw that.

Just curios, how did you get ahold these playbooks in the first place?

LGVAg
10-12-2007, 11:54 PM
I thought a little VIP action was going on there for a minute. " Do I have to be a member to download playbooks?":D

I don't know why, but that made me laugh out loud. Hard. Thanks for that.

LGVAg
10-12-2007, 11:54 PM
Thanks, I can't believe I never saw that.

Just curios, how did you get ahold these playbooks in the first place?

I know some people who know some people? >_>

Nah, I've found them all over the place. eBay sells them for cheap most of the time.

youtellatale
12-01-2007, 12:32 PM
The X's and O's of Football

http://coachhuey.proboards42.com/index.cgi

best site for playbooks, ive got about 3 gigs worth if you want anything lemme know, PM me what u want and I'll see what I can do for you.