This is the second piece in a series of film breakdowns of Ohio State's core offensive plays leading into the Hokies' matchup with the Buckeyes on September 6th. In my last post I highlighted how Ohio State merged basic gap blocking rules with the idea of a single wing "quarterback".
The counter-step of quarterback freezes those linebackers because of the threat of two bread-and-butter components of the Ohio State offense: The Inverted Veer and the Power.
The power read, along with the inside zone, are two primary read option plays that Ohio State runs where, depending on how the defense plays, either the quarterback or the running back could get the football. To the side where the run action is going, the linemen all block the same rule: gap-down-linebacker. Coach Meyer can also change up the blocking depending on the defensive personnel, defensive strategy, or to demonstrate a different look to create confusion. Another strength of the power read is that the offense can use a wide variety of formations.
With the defense focused heavily on Miller as the primary running threat, the lead halfback can seal the outside linebacker inside. The power read is one of the primary plays that Urban Meyer uses as part of his core running game. While our defensive tackles excel slanting against zone blocking fronts, they have struggled against down blocking at points in the past handful of seasons (Clemson in the ACCCG, Stanford, BC).
Scary, scary stuff for LB's indeed, especially if the offense is a well oiled machine with a confident running QB.
Anyone see the flaws or attributes of at least occasionally adding that idea to our defensive attack?
What I'm visualizing you say is that you need to jam at the LOC so that he can't go past the engaged defender to take on the secondary.
As far as #1 goes: I agree the DE will have a hard time jamming the wing every time, especially with him a few steps away. The worry about the DE missing is mitigated, though, because the wing is trying to avoid the DE anyway. My experience as an observer of Bud Foster is that when he plays option teams, the ends will usually try to take away the tailback and let the quarterback get their yards (and the pounding that comes with it.) he would occasionally throw in a switch designed to confuse the QB, and that confusion coupled with the wear and tear of a 20 carry night leads to turnovers. That strategy has worked wonders against Georgia Tech, but it has been risky business against better QBs in option heavy offenses like Clemson. With the way Bud has our Rover (Kyshoen) play, he is much closer to the line at the start of the snap than safeties in other defenses.
So here's what I wonder - the crashing DE idea seems like a good one, but it's negated by effective OL play.
After watching the videos, one of the constants that troubled me was how the DE's were totally frustrated. It was almost as if the DE wasn't even there, as far as the OSU offense was concerned, and the DE surely must have had one frustrating day. What if we use the speed of our DEs to just fly in and attack one of the QB or RB instead of standing there in contain mode (as seen in the videos) and accomplishing nothing? This OSU offense is anything but archaic, but I think it is possible to put it off balance by employing that "force" strategy with a guy with Dadi's speed, at least some of the time. I think the question it boils down to is, are VT's ends and defensive front-7 athletic enough to contain Braxton Miller? I think we'll see Bud leverage Tech's smaller, yet more athletic, front-7 in order to pressure and attack OSU more. The videos show the DEs coming up, stopping and setting up in contain mode, then either the QB OR the RB simply blows by him as he stands there flat footed, and too far away from the exchange. I favor a plan where the DE flies in and makes a beeline for the exchange and targets (preferably) Miller. Perhaps I'm showing my ignorance but wouldn't the D Bud play's against GT have relevance here? Mason depicts a solution on the whiteboard, showing the unblocked end first going upfield, at no one, and then squeezing down on the running back once he gets the ball. If you watch the second video (Ohio State's "Power Read" 7) again, you see the DE rush straight at the mesh-point, making it an easy read and hand-off to the RB. This particular alignment cost Stanford some yards several times, but in the long run, this alignment took Oregons outside zone and sweep reads out of commission, simplifying the offense to just inside runs and dropback passes.
It sounds like we want Dadi to play "incidental punishment" you touched the football with the QB. With our DE speed, as long as OSU doesn't start trapping, I'd have them crash inside a ton and hit Braxton Miller hard regardless whether he keeps the ball or not.
If you look at the :02 second mark of the San Diego State youtube the DE just breaks down there watching the QB make his read, if I was the DC I'd preach let the QB know you are there and fly in.

Agree that penetration from DTs could disrupt the play as well or even if the backside DT was quick enough to disrupt the pulling guard. I think it's the part where you have to get through the hog mollies before you can wreak havoc.
And note, between Joe and I we watched every offensive series of the games against Michigan State, Michigan, and Iowa. Keep in mind, OL is anOSU's biggest unknown right now, as I believe they are replacing 3 starters. It is a basic 2D animation, and as the previous reviewer stated the charater's lips don't match their words, which I think bothers me more than my daughter. Ohio State's quarterback is extremely talented runner Braxton Miller who serves as a primary running threat.
Both are very familiar offensive concepts to Virginia Tech fans, as Scot Loeffler was very heavily influenced by Urban Meyer's system while serving as the quarterbacks coach at Florida. The power read poses an additional challenge to defenses because it incorporates similar blocking concept as the Buckeye counter trey.
The quarterback takes the snap, buries the football into the stomach of the running back while taking a belly step play-side. Adjustments can be made for short yardage situations (where the quarterback is the most effective ball carrier). The end gets frozen on the quarterback fake, and speedy Ohio State scatbacks like Ezekiel Elliott (8.7 yards per carry in 2013) can slip outside.
Against Iowa, the Buckeyes ran variants of the power read nearly a half dozen times on their first two series. As I highlighted above, the blocking schemes stay the same for multiple variants of power read, and the read is complemented by the power play.
I think one of the reasons that Corey Marshall can be so valuable is that the vulnerable point of down blocking is that it can be defeated with aggressive penetration (as long as that penetration doesn't make the tackle susceptible to an inside trap. After a bad spring scrimmage, Foster turned up the penetration and aggression in the final scrimmage before the spring game and the defense dominated.
End can't jam the wing properly -- can't guarantee this'll work every time (ie: Do CB's successfully jam WR's all the time?). Though def not the same scheme (chop blocking vs straight up engaging), I have confidence we can do well against this type of scheme. This creates a front with 8 men in the box a lot of the time (depending upon the offensive personnel and formation). The idea is to let the quarterback make a decision without giving him all the information he wants. If you dont give him a fast read, then things start to break down and he starts to panic because everything is predicated on him being able to make a fast read. Force the qb to do everything and get pounded every carry and pass, waiting for them to wear down and make mistakes? Sure you can option, and we'll take away the RB from the threat, but we're going to bang-up the QB so much that it's going to be a risk to do that.
If you fly in there with bad intentions you can make the QB pay the price for faking that he's going to keep the ball. At that point the DE is committed to the QB run and he'd be too far away to stop the RB sweep so might as well run in there and hit the QB instead of trying to figure out make impossible play of playing both the keeper and the run. With Corey Marshall's quickness if he could defeat the down block to get a hand on the pulling guard that would give the D numbers playside but that's difficult to rely upon someone to do that. Have the DE stay wide to handle the RB but have the backside LB blitz to handle the QB run inside.
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Sometimes the charaters will still have their lips moving even after they are done talking, so you have to wait for them to finish. On the Buckeye QB counter trey, linebackers must account for the running back going one way, the quarterback running the opposite direction, and then the quarterback countering and following two lead blockers back to the original flow of the play. This week, I will focus on Ohio State's inverted veer, which TKP's friends at Eleven Warriors noted Ohio State calls the "Power Read" (power blocking + QB read).
I don't think Buckeye QB Braxton Miller makes the correct read here, as he should have kept the football.
The end, frozen by the quarterback fake, can't get outside to stop the tailback on the sweep.
When executed properly, the end gets kicked out, and the linebacker has vacated the space inside to scrape out into the flat.

The power read also works as a meat and potatoes dependable four yards and a cloud of dust play, yet it's tendency to stretch the defense and make it tentative creates seams for big plays. If you get Ohio State in bad down and distance, their passing game becomes much less effective without the threat of play action. I think that having Kyshoen, who is a phenomenal tackler, closer to the line of scrimmage makes the scrape-exchange strategy much more favorable for us than it would be for a team that plays a standard 4-3 defense. If an end whiffs on their assignment, is another defender in the box fast enough to make the play.
You get the same wear and tear on the QB, it's what teams started to do against the skins with RG3 and what my HS coordinator would preach.
The only thing is that you have to rely on the LB to be quick enough to get there but the QB is delayed with having to read the end.
The problem with the attack philosophy though is that if your end isn't good enough to make that play, you leave yourself vulnerable to big plays.
Without superior athletes, you need the offense to screw up the execution to really have a chance to stop their offense unless the defensive line is winning every snap.
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Add in the possibility of the quarterback throwing off that run action, and it's a nightmare for a linebacker to read and defend.
To summarize what Mason previously described, a scrape-exchange features the defensive end abandoning read responsibilities and crashing hard inside, while the outside linebacker (or defensive back) stunts away to take away any wide runs. Immediately following the tailback run highlighted above, Meyer's staff felt that the defense was conditioned to attack the power read backfield motion and they attacked deep with play-action. Finally, Ohio State runs it with so much frequency and success that the defensive safeties can start to creep up when they see the power and power read run action, leaving receivers wide open down the field. Does Foster choose death by a thousand small cuts and have the ends slow play the mesh point? They can run power read left and right, and with Ekanem's lack of experience I bet they run the read to their left a bunch. The charater will say something (audio) and 4 seconds later the powerpoint cartoon's mouth starts moving. This combination, coupled with an incredibly talented quarterback running the system, makes a defense play very tentatively. This attacks an inexperienced player who is on a big stage for the first time, and effectively takes Dadi Nicolas out of the play. The book was at times impossible to put down and other times you were compelled to put it down because the graphic descriptions of the savage whippings exacted on slaves."Now you d-----d b----h, [sic] I'll learn you how to disobey my orders!" Douglass quoted a slaveholder who was preparing to whip one of his female slaves. Usually the tight end will veer release outside the defensive end (influencing the end to widen out) and then goes into the secondary to block a safety. The quarterback reads the end crashing, and he would hand off to the tailback on the sweep. I was so terrified and horror-stricken at the sight, that I hid myself in a closet."The whip has long been the symbol of intimidation and authority that kept slaves in line. By prohibiting slaves from learning to read and write, the slaveholder kept his servant ignorant, docile and compliant.Douglass, however, wanted no part of this kind of blind obedience. From that moment, I understood the pathway from slavery to freedom."Friday is the 16th anniversary of Read Across America Day. Successful people from the community visit elementary schools and read to students of all ethnic backgrounds.
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