Inside the Playbook - OSU Attacks Defenses Deep Part 1: Post-Fly-Drag Concept

Over at Land-Grant Holy Land, I've written a piece detailing how OSU's offense will attack single high coverage. Many teams feel forced to play single high defenses because of OSU's run game, if opposing defenses can't get pressure, the post-fly-drag concept floods a deep area of the field, making it nearly impossible to stop regardless of coverage. It also affords easier reads for Braxton Miller.

This play will also be run by many other teams and relates to more than just Ohio State. So even if you aren't a Buckeyes fan, it is worth checking out.



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