Category Archive: Coach Jeff Hancock

Jun 22

Goal Line Bunch Concept

Goal Line Bunch Concept By Jeff Hancock, Offensive Coordinator McMurry University If you run some Bunch Formation concepts, you may want to consider incorporating this play at the goal line (7-yard line to the 4-yard line). This is a very good concept for any 2 high safety looks (including man under). The back side of …

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Jan 10

Looking For A Better Way To Grade Your WR’s?

If you are a coach that grades your WR’s with a simple (+) or a (-) for each play during a game you are not alone.  For years I graded my position group this way as that was how I thought it was supposed to be done. Over time I realized that there needed to …

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Jul 27

Open Letter To Any Parent Considering A Recruiting Service

Dear Parent(s), I would like to take a minute to address a growing concern with you – recruiting services.  I have coached at the collegiate level for 20 years (serving as a Recruiting Coordinator for 10 of those years) at every level except FCS and now coach at the high school level.  I believe this gives …

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Mar 08

Detecting Possible Solutions For QB Throwing Issues

The following is a basic overview of what potential mechanical issues your QB may be having as it relates to bad balls he may be throwing  (The issue(s) and potential mechanical fixes will be related to a right-handed QB in this blog).  By no means is this the end-all be-all reason for the throwing issues …

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Jan 06

Bunch “Shallow” – A Compliment To Bunch “Double Post”

Bunch Formation – Shallow Concept The “Shallow” concept out of the Bunch Formation is a great compliment to the “Double Post” concept that I talked about in the previous blog.  The “Shallow” is the answer for when a defense drops 7 or 8 into coverage to take away the “Double Post” or deep throws. Skill …

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Nov 29

“Take A Shot” Bunch Play With Ball On A Hash, Near The Red Zone (+30 to +25)

Bunch-Double Post If you run ‘Bunch’ or are thinking about installing this formation, then you need to consider this play for when you are on a hash and heading into the red zone (+30 to +25 yard line) as this is the prime area to “take a shot” to score. That is, before a defensive …

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Apr 20

“Flat Path” or “Swing/Bubble” Route On Zone Read?

The “Swing/Bubble” or the “Flat Path” route – which one is better to run out of a shotgun, 2 x 2 formation off of Zone Read? The Swing route, also known as the “Bubble” is the most used route for the Slot WR on the back side of a Gun, Zone Read play. The Flat Path …

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Jan 05

15 Slight Variations To The “Smash” Concept

I’m certain that one constant of every coaches playbook is the “Smash” concept – the Hitch route by the outside WR and a corner route by the slot WR.  It’s a great cover 2 beater and an easy read of the cornerback for your QB.  It’s also usually an easy throw as well if the ball is …

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Nov 17

A Great “Third & Medium” High Percentage Pass Concept

Looking for a good third down and medium (4-7 Yards) play?  Do you use two TE groupings?  If you answered yes to both, then I’ve got a good play for you to consider.  It’s an easy throw for the QB, can be run 4-5 times a game (if you also hide it with a WR motion), …

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Aug 25

Making Offensive Personnel Groupings Easy For Your Players (And You)

I was recently asked by a friend how to make sense of utilizing multiple offensive personnel groupings and make it simple enough for all players to understand.  Years ago I went from just one personnel group to multiple personnel groupings and was faced with the same question.  I wasn’t a numbers guy so the tried …

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