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Spread Offense

Discussion in 'NCAA Football Discussion' started by JSU Zack, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. guardman23

    guardman23 Well-Known Member

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    Ya midline out of the flex is good to @LEGEND had some good runs out of pistol against me I can do OK with the off tackle runs but straight gives seems to take to long idk madden there a lot better if the linebacker fills I can usely bounce it to the outside if he stays back I can get a few yards inside
     
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  2. Craig7835

    Craig7835 Active Member

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  3. Wolfman21

    Wolfman21 Well-Known Member

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    best spread playbook, or atleast one of the good ones, in ncaa 14?? This NC State playbook is such shit i can't play with it anymore
     
  4. FSS

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    Never ran spread too much but off the top of my head I thought Oregon's was pretty good.
     
  5. Wolfman21

    Wolfman21 Well-Known Member

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    been trying oregons for like 5 games. I have a pro style QB so i'm not a big fan. Hes graduating after this season though and i've got 2 mobile guys waiting in the wings...so im gonna give it a try with the mobile guys cuz some of the run plays look interesting
     
  6. bruin228

    bruin228 Madden Mobile Addict NCAA Moderator

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    Mississippi State's is my favorite default spread book, but building your own is always the best bet, especially if you have a pro style QB in the spread (like I usually do).
     
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  7. Wolfman21

    Wolfman21 Well-Known Member

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    id have no idea where to start building my own
     
  8. Soonerfan09

    Soonerfan09 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I'd build my own too. Just pick a base playbook and you can either modify it, or remove all the formations and start all over. When you pick your formations though, the only way to order them on your actual in game play call screen is the order in which you choose them to make your custom playbook. It's actually really easy and simple to create a custom playbook. Just jump into it and play around with it, and you'll have it figured out in a couple minutes.
     
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  9. Atmore

    Atmore Active Member

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    This is what I've been trying to figure out and 34 users who pinch the DL then the LB's flow freely over top or straight through the gaps to stop the run
     
  10. Smashmouth

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    After lurking on here for a while waiting for my account to be confirmed, I decided to create a custom spread playbook. A lot of it is ripped off from TxHusker’s Spread-I thread with a lot of Offset Gun looks that have TEs and FBs in the formation.

    I really like the series plays that it offers though. My plan is to use formation subs to always have a FB in the backfield and the TE either in-line or split out in the slot. I’ll have a true WR on the solo side and a Slotback lined up with the TE for jet sweeps, screens, etc.

    It’s a heavy run book, which I feel I am better at than throwing all the time.
     
  11. Smashmouth

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    Scraped the Offset and made a more traditional SG/Ace book. Gonna call it the

    POWERADE

    Ace: Big, Heavy, Slot, Trips
    SG: Normal, Spread, Trips, Trey (w/ all Wk variations as formation audibles)

    Run game focuses on building off the same looks. Base to Read Option. Sweep to Counter. Buck Sweep to B/S option, etc. I’ve thrown in a few rollouts as well for PA.

    Passing features a lot of screens - Bubbles, PA Bubbles, Slips and Mids. Have some core Air Raid concepts like Stick, Smash, Shallow/Under/Follow stuff. I want to be able to isolate the side with less defenders and make quick reads to get the ball out in space.

    Total of 12 formations and a little under 150 plays. Nice and compact but with enough so I can be versatile in any set to both pass or run on any down.
     
    Last edited: Dec 18, 2018
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