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Old 07-16-2010, 12:13 AM   #25
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Re: Favorite Offensive Style?

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I am a spread guy in real life, but in NCAA, I prefer to run a run heavy pro style offense. I was using Wisconsin's book, but North Carolina's book is incredible. The problem for me is that there are certain plays I absolutely love and want to have and very few books have them all, one is the Ace Big Twins Power play, which has been inexplicably removed from most of the books.

I am also running into a lot of trouble passing the ball in my one back offense, play action is pretty useless in default settings. No one bites and even if they bite a little, they recover so fast that you're out of luck.

Hopefully I can find a good playbook with more of what I want.
How does UNC's playbook compare to Wisconsin's? I like a lot of what Wisconsin does with the Power I like the off-tackle and counter plays and all the motion with the TE. The 3 TE Ace set is pretty much a staple of my running and passing game. Does the UNC playbook have this?
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Old 07-16-2010, 12:20 AM   #26
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I do also like to use a lot of the GT/Navy style triple option.
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Old 07-16-2010, 12:42 AM   #27
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How does UNC's playbook compare to Wisconsin's? I like a lot of what Wisconsin does with the Power I like the off-tackle and counter plays and all the motion with the TE. The 3 TE Ace set is pretty much a staple of my running and passing game. Does the UNC playbook have this?

These are the formations in UNC's book:

Ace Big
Ace Big Twins
Ace Bunch
Ace Slot
Ace Tight Slots
Ace Twin TE
Ace Twin TE Slot
Ace Y Trips
I Normal
I Tight
I Twins
SG Empty Trey
SG Normal
SG Normal Y Flex
SG Y Trips
Strong Normal
Strong Twins
Weak Normal

There is so much amazing auto motion in this book, the Ace, especially Twin TE Slot, is great.

I highly recommend it, there are some very unique pass routes in the various formations as well. If you like Wisconsin but want a bit more of a passing attack, this would be great.
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Old 07-16-2010, 01:31 AM   #28
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Air Raid, because I throw a lot to the runningback out of the backfield. I also like drags and crosses which its full of.
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Old 07-16-2010, 01:43 AM   #29
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I am a big Pro style fan as well. I love Iowa's playbook. It is chalk full of Playaction passes that can be set up with corresponding runs.

I will have to check out both Syracuse's and North Carolina's playbooks tomorrow.
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