I'm currently coaching a college team here in Japan (the sport is growing here), and after practice we have position meetings. Anyway, I got around to teaching the O-line a huddle-break call (something like: 1, 2, 3, Go Big D! for a defensive huddle). I don't even know how to describe the term (huddle-break call?) so I wasn't even able to google it. As you can imagine the players here really look up to the American form of the game and are excited to adapt anything authentic. Anyway, long story short, the other positions liked the call I gave to the O-line and have asked me to make one for each position. Now, I really only know 2 or 3 and I don't have anywhere I can search for this kind of thing. So I'm asking you guys: Any calls you guys like in particular? Any ones your kids seem to like?
For example, another one I gave the receivers goes something like this:
position leader: "RECEIVEEEEEERRRRR!!!"
all receivers: (hand clap) - (thigh pad hit) - (finger in the air) "AH-!"
We set the huddle with "RACK EM," which I always thought was kind of cool.
Ha we do the same thing! At least at the freshman level.
Out of the offensive huddle: We normally call the play, repeat it, then ready break (clap) then break for the LOS. i.e. pro rt blast 4, pro rt blast 4 on one on one, Ready Break!
As for position breaks The OL will break out on hogs or OL The DL will break out on hogs or DL The RBs have some sort of little chant The LBs break out on LBC (Line backer corps) The WRs DBs and QBs probably have some fruity thing they do but I’m never around them so I couldn’t tell you.
Post by safetycoach34 on Jun 2, 2008 16:20:09 GMT -6
some position break down from college: O line- LB's watch your knees WR- DB's suck on these DB- athletes LB' was hit squad or something like that that is all i remember d line and backs had something but i dont remember
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Our defense uses Knock. Every year beginning of camp I explain why-----there are two things that happen in football you either knock the snot of them, or they knock the snot out of you-----so we better be doin the first