Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Michigan Run Game

Probably the single-most course of study for me this off-season is examining the intricacies of the Rodriguez/Trickett spread run game.

Starting out with the TFS-out-of-the-box run game, we struggled with consistently running the ball early. This largely had to do with our personnel at first, but we later adapted to principles that mimicked UM's spread-the-field attack. I've got a host of materials to examine Rodriguez's approach from Tulane, Clemson, and West Virginia, but haven't had the time to sit down and study all of it in-depth.

As a lagniappe, I've included the 2008 Michigan run game clips for you to peruse as well.

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