Coach Levi Steier gave us an analysis of Zone Blocking that had been a regular article in our “FishWrap” in the past. It was such an extraordinary article that I placed it in our Offensive Tutorials in the “Directory” (tab at top of site) and tons of coaching sites found it. I was astounded to see the year end numbers and marvel at how the coach’s article made our top ten of all articles read on FishDuck.com for 2013 with an amazing 16,700 times!
It deserves to be it’s own “Fish Report” so that anyone who missed it can learn from it and increase their understanding of how the Oregon offense operates so well. Even if you’ve read it before . . . scan it again as you will learn something new! It is one of the best articles ever presented at FishDuck.com. Enjoy!
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