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Coach Johnson will come on to talk about his "Hammer" offensive system. Tune in to his interview @ www.coachbigb.com.

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2011 SINGLE WING CONCLAVE WILKES BARRE, PA

THE SCOTT S BRANCH HAMMER SYSTEM CHANGING THE CONVERSATION ON THE OTHER SIDELINE

SCOTT S BRANCH EAGLES 2010 FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS2010 HIGHLIGHTS

THE HAMMER PHILOSOPHY HAS TO BE AN ATTITUDE OF UNSELFISHNESS THERE S COMPLEXITY IN THE SIMPLICITY WE EXECUTE AN OFFENSE THAT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED OVER 6 YEARS . TEAMS TRY TO PREPARE FOR IT IN A WEEK. EXECUTION OVER ATHLETICISM. (WE ARE SYSTEM DRIVEN AND NOT ATHLETE DRIVEN). WE HAVE THE SURPRISE ELEMENT

THE HAMMER PHILOSOPHY (CONT) GAME SHAPE IS VERY IMPORTANT WEIGHT TRAINING WINS BALLGAMES FEW, BUT PERFECT PLAYS (GOAL IS TO BECOME A ONE PLAY OFFENSE) GAMES WE WOULD HAVE NORMALLY LOST BECOME S COMPETITIVE AND OR VICTORIOUS EXCLUSIVENESS (MOST PEOPLE DON T HAVE THE BALLS TO DO WHAT WE DO) BALL POSSESSION

EVERYTHING IN OUR FOOTBALL PROGRAM BEGINS WITH THIS FORMATION AND ..WEDGE HAMMER HAMMER

NOT MUCH COUNTERS NOT MUCH PASSING WANT TO BECOME A 1 PLAY OFFENSE

EAGLE

OUR PRIMARY POA

75% OF ALL OUR PRODUCTION & SUCCESS COME FROM THIS ONE STUPID PLAY. THE HAMMERHAMMER RT

WHY THE HAMMER OFFENSE 6 YEAR RECORD

2005 0 2006 6 2007 10 2008 11 2009 8 2010 12

10 - 5 - 2 - 3 - 6 - 2

PLAYOFFS 1ST ROUND PLAYOFFS 2ND ROUND STATE CHAMPIONSHIP STATE RUNNER - UP STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

LAST 4 SEASONS 1ST OR 2ND IN OUR REGION LAST 3 YEARS # 1 SEED IN OUR PLAYOFF DIVISION 15 KIDS IN COLLEGE ON SCHOLARSHIPS 30 PLAYERS ON VARIOUS ALL STATE TEAMS 3 STATE BACK OF THE YEARS AWARDS 3 STATE PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARDS THE # 4 ALL TIME RUSHER IN THE STATE OF SC 3 2000 YARDS RUSHERS 2 NORTH/SOUTH ALL STAR BOWL PLAYERS 1 SHRINE BOWL PLAYER

5 YEAR PRODUCTIONRUSHING YR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ATT 571 565 757 676 692 3261 YARDS 2876 3853 4756 4006 4589 20080 AVE 5.04 6.82 6.28 5.93 6.63 6.16 LONG 88 85 67 84 75 88 TDS 25 48 50 42 60 225 2PT CONV 22 38 38 26 49 173 2PT ATT 28 52 58 49 71 258 PER 79% 73% 66% 53% 69% 67%

PASSINGYR COMP 2006 11 2007 18 2008 19 2009 21 2010 26 TOTAL 95 ATT 31 32 43 65 51 222 PCT INT 35.5 5 56.3 1 44.2 7 32.3 3 51.0 2 42.8 18 YDS 250 381 394 475 504 2004 TDS 3 4 8 7 11 33 LONG 70 66 65 65 56 70 YPC 22.73 21.20 20.70 22.60 19.40 21.10

TOTAL OFFENSE YR # PLAYS 2006 602 2007 597 2008 800 2009 741 2010 743 TOTAL 3483 YDS 3126 4234 5150 4481 5093 22084 TDS 28 52 58 49 71 258 AVE YDS PER PLAY 5.19 7.09 6.44 6.04 6.85 6.34

CONDITIONING (22, 23, 28) CAMP JOHNSON (13 PRACTICES IN 4 DAYS) WE USE THE BFS SYSTEM WE LIFT 3 TIMES DURING THE SEASON (MTW)BEFORE PRACTICE WE WANT STRENGTH INCREASE BECAUSE WE PREPARE FOR A 14 GAME SEASON WE WANT TO FINISH STONGER THAN OUR OPPONET EACH GAME. WE RUN GASSER DAILY (SKILL 35 50); (LINE 25 30 PLUS THE SLED) TIMED.

THE HUDDLE1. 2. WE FLIP OUR LINE A. BEST BLOCKERS TO THE POWER SIDE. B. BEST PULLERS TO THE QUICK SIDE. C. WE SET THIS TENDENCY ON PURPOSE. THE NUMBER 2 OR 1 TELL OUR OL WHETHER TO GO RT OR LT. A. BY DEFAULT WE ARE IN FORMATION 2 QB MUST HAVE COMPLETE CONTROL OF THE HUDDLE EVERYONE MUST LISTEN SO THEY HEAR THE PLAY CALL PLAY IS ONLY CALLED ONCE. EX. 2 EAGLE, HAMMER RT ON 3 EVERYONE IS IN A 2 PT STANCE READY TO RUN A PLAY BECAUSE WE DO SNAP ON THE FIRST SOUND.

3. 4. 5. 6.

QB LT LG RGRT X LW FBRW Y

BASIC ALIGNMENT FOOT TO FOOT (NO VARIATIONS) FB SNIFFER WBs IN POSITION TO CARRY OUT ASSIGNMENTS

BASIC BLOCKING PHILOSOPHYIF YOU DON T HAVE THE BALL YOU ARE BLOCKING1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. SAB FOR ALL PLAYS WANT TO GET AS MANY BODIES WE POSSIBLY CAN TO THE POA. WE USE THE RED ZONE PHILOSOPHY OF JIM AHERN BITE THE CROTCH; PRESS THE HIPS WANT TO DRIVE THE PERSON THEY ARE BLOCKING TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FIELD. 4 OF OUR STARTING OL WERE NAMED ALL STATE IN OUR CLASSIFICATION. WE USE THE SLED TO INSTILL IN BLOCKERS THE IMPORTANCE OF DRIVING THEIR MAN WE USE SHOULDERS TO BLOCK. LESS THAN 25 HOLDING PENALTIES OVER 6 YEARS.

THE SHIFT Some years ago while viewing a video, the presenter stated that it is commonly said that an offense has two distinct pre-snap advantages over any particular defense: one, they know the snap count and two, they know where the ball is going. Once the ball is snapped those advantages disappear, but there are other factors post-snap, such as movement and deception, to help leverage defenses.

When doing the research and understanding how this offense worked and listening to other coaches talk about the pitfalls they ran into, we thought the if we could add another element to the offense without abandoning the true concepts of the offense we would be on to something. Remembering a highlight tape I saw of Colton High School in California I dug the tape viewed it and discovered that was the missing ingredient we needed. The main reason I embraced this method was that it involved movement of all 11 offensive players, which I believe is very important if you are going to integrate movement into your offense.

The use of the Cowboy shift and the ability to move to any formation by the backs and receivers (and linemen) answered a major question for our staff and more importantly the players. The question being what do we do when they start loading up the off tackle area to stop Hammer.

The reasons we use the shift at Scott s Branch are: Gives us an Identity and Uniqueness (Fun for the players) Maximum movement on all downs (Move our personnel around to take advantage of their skills) Confuse the defense (Get the defense out of position) Multiple formations (requires our opponents to spend more time game planning our formations and less time game planning how to stop our offense) Improve OL Play (create better blocking angles for our linemen to block)

BASIC RULES OF SHIFTINGContrary to popular belief, we do not shift to cause the defense to jump offside. (Cutups of teams jumping)To us that is a bonus when it does happen. But there are certain rules, I believe, you must employ if you are going to use shifting as a part of your offensive scheme.

Must be done on every offensive play. This keeps the defense back on their heels and not be able to pin their ears back. Must have a default formation. (Formation you will line up in when you break the huddle, such as Beast, Stack I, Wishbone, etc.) You must be able to run Wedge or Hammer (Power) from your default formation. (We snap the ball on the first sound at least 5 7 times a ball game just to keep the defense honest). Change your default formation every week. (Self Scout yourself and give your opponent a lot to prepare for) Be crisp and sharp when you shift but don t be in a hurry. (Remember the philosophy of the offense, you want to methodically wear them down and beat them into submission)

SPANN

I - BONE

CARTER

HOG

SUPER HOG

CONWAY

SWING

CADENCEWe use a simple rhythmic cadence to get things rolling and to shift. We want to keep things simple in order to keep our players as aggressive as possible. The cadence is Down, Go, Go, Go. Let me explain how we do it. Play ex. 2 Eagle Ray Hammer Rt on 3

Down Nothing happens during this command except when we will snap on the first sound. Down is the first sound. All players are in a two point stance and in the default formation. Go This is the command to shift to the formation called in the huddle (Eagle). The Linemen will do the Cowboy Shift and the Backs and the Receivers will go to their respective alignments. Let me also say that Linemen will also shift if the formation dictates it. QB will be very animated on this command. Go This command is our motion (Ray). Again the QB will be very animated on this call. Go The ball will be snapped on this command. This what we do every week. This is the reason that we don t have illegal procedure penalties. The snap count stays the same from the 1st day of practice to the last. All of the shifting and movement may look good, but the only reason we do it is to be able to run the core with more bang and keep the defense on their heels.

PRACTICE PLANWE DO NOTHAVE ELABORATE PRACTICE SCHEDULES

WE ARE HAVE CONTACT EVERYDAY. (CONTROL) CAN T TEACH AGGRESSIVENESS VS AIR. INJURY IS NOT AN ISSUE BECAUSE OF CONDITIONING. WE PRACTICE THE SCRIPT. MONDAY - INTRO DEFAULT FORMATION FOR THE WEEK, NEW FORMATIONS AND SETS, AND NEW RUN PLAYS. TUESDAY - ALL RUN PLAYS, INTRO SCREENS WEDNESDAY - INTRO PASS GAME, RUN SCREEN PLAYS THURSDAY - RED ZONE PLAYS , PASSING GAMES, SELECTED PLAYS FRIDAY - OFFENSE WILL RUN THROUGH EACH PLAY ON THE SCRIPT. DURING PRE GAME WE WILL RUN HAMMER RT AND LT FOR TEN MINUTES BEFORE WE GO BACK TO THE LOCKER ROOM. USUALLY AT 6:45.

PRACTICE PLANTHOUGHT FOR THE DAY WATER

SBHS FOOTBALL

M/8/ TEAM SPECIALTIES

Monday Practice Schedule PRIDE, DISCIPLINE, CLASS, EXECUTION

PADS

STRETCH

MEET

SPEC

Time

DATE:

MONDAYS

PRACTICE:

OFFENSE/DEFENSE

OPPONENT LINEMEN STUDY HALL/ WEIGHT ROOMSTRETCHING PERIOD

3:05 4:20 4:30 4:40 4:50 5:10 5:35

BACKS - STUDY HALL/WEIGHT ROOM

HAMMER PERIODOFFENSIVE LINE BLOCKING PERIOD

GROUP WORK

RECEIVERS BLOCKING PERIOD GROUP WORK

QBS BLOCKING PERIOD GROUP WORK

RUNNING BACKS BLOCKING PERIOD GROUP WORK BACKFIELD ACTIONS

FRONTS AND STUNTS OFFENSIVE TEAMT/ NT

DES

5:40 5:50 6:05 6:15 6:40OFFENSIVE LINE GROUP WORK GROUP WORK

ILBS TACKLING CIRCUIT GROUP WORK

OSLBS

DBS

GROUP WORK

GROUP WORK

INSIDE RUN TEAM DEFENSE VS SCOUT OFFENSE PRIDE PERIOD DEFENSIVE LINE

OUTSIDE RUN/OPTION/PASS SKELETON

7 ON 7

OFFENSE

TEAMWORK

RUN

PASS

FORMATIONS

FRONT

BLITZ

DEFENSE COVERAGE

GAME PLANTAKE