Inside and Outside Veer

HISTORY Split Back Veer from Under Center emerged in the 1960’s, credited to head coach Bill Yeoman of University of Houton.   Fellow Hall-of-Fame coach Tom Osborne used the Veer extensively, winning several national titles at University of Nebraska out of the I-Back formation.  The Veer gained notoriety in the spread genre when Rich Rodriguez ran it at West Virginia.
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The Tex-Bone is triple option for the 21st century

Combines traditional option with modern spread into a Texas-sized offense that leaves defenses scrambling to cover it all

VEER option ran out of PISTOL & SHOTGUN Formations

Ran at BOTH the 1 and 3-techniques !!!

ONE OF SIMPLEST BLOCKING SYSTEMS IN ALL OF FOOTBALL

Do Your Linemen Play Slow and Are Not Aggressive?  

Could It Be Because they are confused and thinking to much?

  • VEER uses a Simple Down blocking scheme that goes super fast through to the Linebackers
  • Can be run at One-Tech or Three-Tech with no changes.
  • No pulling linemen takes care of inside blitzing and forces LB’ers to stay home.

What Are You Doing vs “SQUEEZE & SCRAPE” defenses?  

Coach Austin’s answer can be used by INSIDE ZONE teams

HISTORY

Split Back Veer from Under Center emerged in the 1960’s, credited to head coach Bill Yeoman of University of Houton.   Fellow Hall-of-Fame coach Tom Osborne used the Veer extensively, winning several national titles at University of Nebraska out of the I-Back formation.  The Veer gained notoriety in the spread genre when Rich Rodriguez ran it at West Virginia.

HOW TO COACH THE PLAY

What good is game film or drawings on a paper if YOU CAN’T COACH IT IN PRACTICE???

Coach Austin covers the nuances of coaching the Line and the Backfield

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