How to put a DB in a no-win situation. And Four Verts is a goal line play.
Where RPO meets Air Raid
Rodrick Fisher roasts a corner and Dez Patmon outruns an entire secondary. This team is fast.
We dissect the pass concepts in the Air Raid beginning with one of its staples.
When the Air Raid wants a big play, it usually goes to Four Verts. But Y-Cross is pretty good in that regard, too.
Air Raid Playbook
Under Mike Leach, WSU runs the Air Raid offense. Despite five receivers entering the pattern on virtually every play in what looks like loosely organized chaos, it's not nearly as complicated as you might think. These posts will teach you about its basics, which covers the vast majority of what you'll see on Saturdays from the Cougs.
I'm going to be honest. For three weeks, I hated the pre-snap shifting that Cougs started doing. But apparently Leach was playing the long con.
This is a play that didn’t count for anything on Saturday. But it shows all you need to know about Wazzu’s quarterback.
The redzone fade is a beautiful thing
Tay Martin got in the endzone and Dezmon Patmon got a nice shoulder in this week’s play breakdowns.
Isaiah Johnson-Mack breaks the O
Renard Bell goes deep again! This time beating his defender in a straight up foot race.
Tyler Hilinski and Jamire Calvin connect on a corner route to score Wazzu’s first offensive touchdown.
Here’s how the Cougs abused the Bobcats with a simple screen.
The run game could see a big boost from the Cougars adding this little wrinkle to its attack.