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This is a great site that discusses the gaps and a few other things. But since I never really understood what the "gaps" were, I thought I would share my findings.
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No prob. and thx U.
Hole numbering assignments can be shown on the same type of diagram. If you ever heard, "the rb runs through the 6 hole" or any other number. I beleive odd numbers are to the left and even numbers are to the right.
So between the
C and RG is the 0 hole
RG and RT is the the 2 hole
RT and TE is the 4 hole
Outside the TE is the 6 hole
C and LG is the 1 hole
LG and LT is the 3 hole
LT and TE is the 5 hole
outside the TE on the left is the 7 hole
I just thought this was relevant.
Anyway, these numbers are used to name plays
I-right 25 blast would be a run play to the left side between the LT and TE.
I= I formation(RB, FB, TE, 2 WR's)
right=TE lines up on right side
2=RB(Qb=1, RB=2, FB=3)
blast=specific type of running play
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The system we use here in our team in the UK league is as follows.
Gap numbering offensively is odd numbers left - 1,3,5,7 even numbers right -2,4,6,8. So a run to the gap between left guard and left tackle would be to the 3 gap.
1 - QB
2 - FB
3 - RB
So for instance, one play we run is called: I right 33 Indiana. The I denotes I formation for the RB and FB. Right is where the TE lines up. The first three in the number sequence means the number 3 back, ie the RB, and the second number in the sequence means the gap number 3. Indiana is simply a way of denoting that its an inside run hence the I for Indiana/Inside.
The reciever lining up on the TE side is always off line....
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