Does anything in your game day strategy change when playing on turf as compared to grass? One that we do is more squib kickoffs on turf because the ball skips forward a lot more than it does on grass and also tends to take higher bounces making it somewhat tougher to field.
Any other strategy changes for other areas of the game?
I figure if our guys after faster than them on turf then they're still faster on grass, and vice versa.
We do try to get the skill guys out a little early. We only play 1-2 games a year on grass and practice on turf so especially if it's rainy/muddy/beat up we want them to cut around and feel how it changes things.
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I've never adjusted based on grass/field but I have adjusted on other field conditions:
-Be wary of running towards the giant ant hill -Do not call plays toward the potholes where kids can injure their knee. -One HS I used to coach against had about a 3 foot dropoff in the back corner of one of their endzones, you didnt want to throw a back corner fade that way. Of course the other endzone had about 2 yards space through the back end before you hit a chain link fence separating it from an apartment complex (not to mention the train tracks that prevented them from having bleachers on one half the field.
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