Archive for the ‘Wing-T Around the Country’ Category

10th Annual Hybrid Wing Clinic

Yadkin Valley Wing T/ Triple Option Coaches Clinic

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Todd Knipp – “Rebuilding a Program” presentation

Todd Knipp – Rebuilding a Program  

Hybrid Wing-T Clinic

The flyer speaks for itself! Coach Wright will be talking about every detail. The idea is that it will be from alignment to installation and adjustments. The clinic is being organized by Coach Tito Correa, so contact him with any questions.

Slack (#wingtchat) for 4/14: Power

This week, I’ll very likely be going solo moderating the discussion. Chris leads the charge week in and week out, but has business to attend to. This week’s topic is Power. Benefits, complimentary plays, how to block it vs. various defensive fronts, variations, and more. I hate to sound like a teacher, but this one might […]

The Wing-T Trap Play – Kyle McElvany – HC Dundee HS (MI)

Kyle McElvany and I have been acquaintances for several years, going back to my early days on coachhuey.com.  He has written articles for coachhuey.com, as well as Gridiron Strategies. The Trap is part of the foundation of the Wing-T offense, and is integral to the Bucksweep series. You’ll find Coach McElvany’s article both insightful and […]

Clinic Notes Page

Please click here for the page with clinic notes. Pistol Wing-T Buck/Down/Belly & Reading Unblocked Defenders – Rick Stewart **Notes compiled by Kevin Schelb at the 2016 National Wing-T Clinic in Pittsburgh Pistol Wing T Jet Series & Option Game – Rick Stewart **Notes compiled by Kevin Schelb at the 2016 National Wing-T Clinic in […]

2016 Miamisburg Wing-T Clinic

Click on the image to get to the largest copy **Speaker change: Fred Cranford of Loveland (OH DII state champs in 2013) will be speaking on “Be Who You Are – Stick to Your Roots,” replacing Joe Snively of Fenwick. **Please contact Steve Channell with the number of coaches expected to attend, AS WELL AS the […]

Ohio Valley Wing-T Clinic

PLEASE email me to register.  

Off season…

Well, for most of us, the season is over. At Mason, we made the playoffs, but did not make it past the first round. Despite the disappointment, the excitement of the offseason is undeniable. I will be meeting some compadres in Tippecanoe this Tuesday to talk some Wing-T. I’ll be in Pittsburgh in January for […]