The Double Wing Football Offense: Consistently Move The Chains,
Make Long Drives, & Win Without Superior Size, Speed, And/Or
Athletic Ability is a 126-page, 8 ½ -11, paperback.  This book
describes the Double Wing Offense in detail with full chapters
explaining the base plays along with expansion into I, Ace, and Stack-
I formations.  This book is the cumulative product of many other
coaches' Double Wing systems, including Don Markham, Jerry
Vallotton, Hugh Wyatt, Tim Murphy, and Steve Calande.  This
offense has a great potential for the underdeveloped athlete’s
success.  This is a high-powered, “48 minutes in a phone booth”,
equalizer offense.  It forces opponents to change defensive schemes,
line tactics, and abandon coverage.  In this book, I discuss how to
install the offense, run drills, organize practice, deal with problem
fronts, use formation variations, and select personnel.
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The Double Wing Perimeter Game: Use Jet & Rocket Sweep &
Compliments  To Stretch The Defense & Win In The Double Wing
Offense is a 130-page, 8 ½ -11, paperback.  This book provides a
detailed description of the perimeter game with full chapters
explaining the background of the Wing-T Jet & Rocket plays and
compliments.  There are also full chapters explaining the Jet & Rocket
attack of the Double Wing.  This book is the cumulative product of
many other coaches' Wing-T and Double Wing systems, including
Tim Murphy, Jason Mensing, Mike Jones, and Wes Elrod.  This
book goes into detail of the "need for" the sound Double Wing
perimeter attack.  These plays and series force opponents to
re-change defensive philosophy, away from "Power-Stopper"
defensive tactics.  In this book, I discuss how to run these plays,
install these series, drill blocking progression, adjust to problem fronts,
and use formation variations.
The Single Wing Football Offense: Use Power Running, Misdirection,
& Deception To Move The Ball, Score, & Win With Few Athletes is
a 125-page, 8½ -11, paperback.  This book describes the Single Wing
Offense in detail with full chapters explaining the base hole openings
along with the different back action.  This book is the cumulative
product of many other successful coaches' Single Wing systems
and/or resources, including Charles Caldwell, Jim Ahern, Ken
Kueffel, Tom Lewis, Bob Howard, and Stephen Ragsdale.  This is a
high-powered, “can't find the ball”
misdirection and power offense.  It
forces an opponent to change defensive schemes, change defensive
tactics, and abandon aggressive pursuit.  In this book, I discuss how
to install this offense, run practice drills, keep practice organization,
deal with problem defensive fronts, teach the snap, teach the spin and
buck maneuvers, and select personnel.
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The Split Back Veer Football Offense: Use Inside/Outside Veer,
Midline/Counter/Lead Option & Compliments to Win With Option
Offense is a 134-page, 8 ½ -11, paperback.  This book provides full
chapters explaining the Veer (Inside, Outside) and compliment Option
plays (Midline, Counter, Lead).  This book also has a base running
and passing system included the following: Dive (Base, Counter,
Cutback), Base Run (Power, Counter, Iso, Qk Pitch); Play-Action,
Sprint-Out, Quick, & Drop Back Passing, as well as other plays.  
This book is the cumulative product of many other coaches' Split
Back Veer systems, including Jim Wacker, Don Morton, Carson
Newman University, Stan Luttrell, John Roderique, and others.  This
offense forces opponents to become accountable for 2-3 ball carriers
from with various points of attack and series from various formations
every down.  In this book, I discuss how to run these plays, drill
blocking progression, teach skills needed, and use formation variations.
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The Double Wing Advanced Concepts: Use Advanced Single Wing &
Split Veer Concepts To Expand The Dimensions of The Double Wing
Offense is a 130-page, 8 ½ -11, paperback.   The goal of the book is
to incorporate the strengths of the Single Wing and Split Veer Offense
into the already potent Double Wing Offense.  The Double Wing
naturally negates many of these same offenses' weaknesses.  The
chapters include the following topics: offensive background, base
plays, "hybrid" Double Wing plays, and advanced "hybrid" plays.  
Each series presented is analyzed from defensive, practical, and
teaching (install) standpoints.  This book is the cumulative product of
many coaches' work with the  Double Wing, Single Wing, and Split
Veer systems.  These offensive innovations force defenses to deal
with the best misdirection/deception (Single Wing) and/or the
quickest-hitting/perimeter-breaching (Split Veer) attacks in football.  
In this book, I discuss how to run these plays, drill each offense's
skills, and blocking progression.
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