with Corey Fipps, Belhaven University CoOffensive Coordinator;
former Faulkner University Offensive Coordinator;
In 2011, the Eagles led the nation in total offense, averaging 520 yards per game. Faulkner University was also third in the nation in scoring with 43.5 points scored per game
Implementing the spread offense is about more than just the passing game. Coaches must have a strong running attack to keep defenses honest. Faulkner University has grown into a football power in a short time with the help of the Eagle spread offense.
Using a power point presentation, Coach Fipps details his Stretch, QScreen, Slow Screen and Fox Package before showing you game cutups of each play and describing the nuances that make each play successful.
Coach Fipps shows his screens from a variety of formations and motions making the screen game difficult to defend by even a championshipcaliber team. These plays also help develop confidence in your quarterback by providing easy completions and they can help a struggling offensive line. The screens can become even more effective with the multiple formations and motions that are utilized and covered by Fipps.
This screen package can be installed and extremely effective from the Junior High to college level. Even a novice could find success after watching Coach Fipps present the plays.
Order now and study the nuances on how Coach Fipps has attacked defenses with both the run and screen games in route to becoming the #1 offense in NAIA in 2011.
56 minutes. 2012.