Spring Football Analysis II and the “Scat” Play

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Charles “FishDuck” Fischer and Josh Schlichter continue their video analysis of the Oregon Spring Game and break down a trusty West Coast-Spread Offense passing play of Oregon that college and pro teams use often. This video is an example of how we are taking steps forward of looking closely at Oregon’s passing game and defensive techniques, as we progress beyond just the Ducks running game. We welcome your input!

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Charles Fischer

Charles Fischer

Charles Fischer has been an intense fan of the Ducks for thirty years and has written reports on football boards for over a dozen years. Known as “FishDuck” on those boards, he is acknowledged for providing intense detail in his scrimmage reports and in his Xs and Os play analyses. He and his wife Lois, a daughter, Christine, and their dog (Abbie) reside in Eugene, Oregon, where he has been a financial advisor for 30 years serving clients in seven different states. He does not profess to be a coach or analyst, but simply a “hack” that enjoys sharing what he has learned and invites others to correct or add to this body of Oregon Football! See More...

  • Linch

    I really appreciate the spring workouts I would like for you to show me more plays of the spread offense running that for youth football this year.

    thanks

    Linch

  • John

    video won’t play

  • FishDuck

    Linch–I do not have the Oregon play book, but  if you go to the Directory and then look for Tutorials on that page-you will get the basics of the Oregon Offense.

    John-it is playing on my end now, but if it is still not playing-go to my YouTube page for fishduck83

  • DonealDuck

    You said you did a video last week about cover 2 and etc defenses….  I have looked through all the videos and can’t find it…  Where might I find that?  Thanks

    • FishDuck

       Hello DonealDuck,

      Go up to the top of this page and click on the button, “Playbook-Directory” and then scroll down to FishDuck Minutes, and then you’ll see “The Best Darn Oregon Spring Football Analysis.”

      Click and play!  (We gotta make it more clear as to how to find things…we’ll work on it!)