This analysis is why I love having guest coaches’ present articles—because I learn a ton from them. As over there and come back here to discuss, and I’d be interested in what others think about other methods of stopping the Stanford Power Game.

How Spread Offense Coaches use Trap Plays: Should Oregon?

Coach Levi Steier of Albany New York gives us two examples of Trap plays that I believe could work well within the Oregon Offense, especially with the running talents of Duck QBs. It’s interesting to ponder the possibilities….

The Oregon Passing Game in the NFL

Coach Flinn came through with a superb article about how the Chip Kelly Passing Game worked at Oregon and now the application of it in the Eagle’s attack. Enjoy.

I ummm actually agree with Clownzano here....I feel dirty just saying that.

Is Helfrich ever going to be an intimidating "edge" guy. Does he have to be? Curious to hear counter arguments.

Shutting down the Spread with the 4-3 Defense?

Coach Peterson gives us an interesting explanation of how the 4-3 can be used successfully against the Spread Offense such as Oregon’s. With all the Spread teams in the conference….should we be looking at it? Are we going to use it occasionally as we did in the Alamo Bowl? Read over there and discuss here as usual—but I am interested in feedback.

Oregon Basketball Analysis: Strategy at the Free Throw Line

For those who do not know…we have been running Oregon basketball analysis this season, and I’ll tell you that I personally learned a lot from this one!

Packaged Plays in the Chip Kelly Offense

It’s "Back to the Future" with Oregon as we can study our former coach to give us hints as to where the Oregon Offense is headed. Coach Brian Flinn is right there in Philly to give us an analysis of a series of packaged plays that Chip ran this season. See if you recognize any!

Oregon Fast Break Analysis (GIFs)

Just as we wish to learn a little about football—here is a basketball analysis that helps the casual fan learn a little about the sport and enjoy what these running-ducks do that much more. The GIFs of the plays in slow-motion help as well!

The Best Zone Blocking Analysis on the Web

For both coaches and fans—this article has been a reference source for learning about how offensive linemen do Zone Blocking and how coaches teach them the techniques. A fantastic primer for how Coach Greatwood prepares the OL for doing battle, and it shows us what to look for in the games. Enjoy!

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