|Title||:||The Explosive Veer Offense for Winning Football|
|Publisher||:||Parker 1St Edition edition July 1, 1980|
|Number of Pages||:||252 pages|
|File Size||:||762 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Explosive Veer Offense for Winning Football Reviews
This book is awesome no matter what offense you run. I have been a College and High School coach since 1986 and it's the best book on football that I have read, period ! I coached at a small college and we ran this Split Back TCU Veer Offense and developed our program into a top program at our level as a result. Our Head Coach would travel to TCU yearly to visit with Coach Wacker and learn any new wrinkles that he might have implemented into his offense. The book is very thorough and the line calls are presented in an easy to follow format with great illustrations. Some modern authors should read this book to see how explanations and diagrams of plays should be presented to the reader, so that the plays can be easily understood.. The chapter on teaching the Quarterback how to count the defense and audible the play to take advantage of the weakness of a defense is very well presented. The school I currently coach at uses the Slot-I formation as our base offensive formation and I will be putting the inside veer and cut back dive, especially against 4-3 defensive teams, into our package next year due to having read this book. This offense could still be used by major college programs today and would still be as effective as it was when Coach Wacker was alive and running it. Georgia Tech and the Service Academies come to mind, although they mostly run the Inside Veer from some form of double wing formation. I have seen Army use split backs. If you desire to learn about The Split Back Veer Offense this book is required reading 101.
This is an awesome book but the price is to high. I believe coaching the veer offense is better and also homer rice book.
As a football coach, I have many books on coaching and schemes. In having this book, however, I feel I've learned the split-back veer and I'm prepared to coach this offense next season.
Unique in his use of double tight split back sets, an excellent introduction to the Split back veer offense
Best book on the split back veer that I have read (I haven't read Bill Yoeman's book on the veer yet). The book has an interesting method of line calls which provides food for thought however it's detailed explanation of the outside veer and their version of the counter option (which is different from the traditional version of the counter option).
If you are even considering running the veer, or are just wanting to learn more about it, this book is the one to have. Th emost thorough book on the veer ever, it takes you from the basics to the line calls, and even gives some insight on the evolution of the offense. Great Book!