I am a high school coach who has coached both in the north and below the Mason-Dixon Line. The majority of my coaching has concerned the offensive line, defensive line, and linebackers.
The majority of my experience is with the Wing T offense. The basic principle of the Wing T formation is to use angles on the offensive line, rather than to use brute strength. In the backfield, it utilizes motion and misdirection to keep the defense off balance. We also run plays from the I-formation and various shotgun spread sets.
We currently run a variation of the Omaha Split Four, which is a 4-4-3. In our base defense, the alignment is balanced on either side of the ball. Unlike some Omaha defenses, both outside linebackers in our defense are aligned 4 yards outside the defensive end; some Omaha schemes place the strong OLB over the tight end and put the strongside DE outside the TE in a 9-tech.
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