Episode 64: Scott Fuchs-University at Buffalo (OL)

April 1, 2020

Episode 64 features the Offensive Line Coach of the University at Buffalo, Scott Fuchs. Looking to learn the A Gap Power scheme that has been the hallmark of the North Dakota State, Wyoming, and now Kansas State running game?  Coach Scott Fuchs has you covered detailing the teaching points and scheme for running A Gap power and adjusting it to combat modern defensive schematics and techniques.

Twitter: @CoachFuchs

Show Notes

0:00-0:38 Anchor Ad

0:38 Intro

2:23 Coach Fuchs Background

3:10 Desirable Qualities When Recruiting Offensive Lineman

6:40 Difference Between C-Gap and A-Gap Power

9:03 Generating Horizontal Displacement

16:20 Communication Between Guard & Tackle on Double Team

17:48 The Skate Step

21:28 Teaching the Puller

28:18 Puller Adjustment to Spill Technique

31:28 Common Defensive Schematics Used to Defend A-Gap Power

35:20 Personnel Variations When Running A-Gap Power

44:12 Guard Technique on Double Team

46:58 Read Progression for Running Backs

49:25 Tight End Blocking Rules

53:20 Protecting the A Gap Power

A Gap Power Clinic with Coach Scott Fuchs

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