Hi, this is Sean Hobson, for Expert Village.
What we want to talk about now is the proper execution for our running backs and our quarterback
while making the exchange in the pitch play. The reason we call it the pitch play is because
we use the pitch in order to get our speedy backs to the outside. Earlier we used a sweep
play which is a hand off. This time we’re going to use the pitch to get our man to the
outside, hopefully to exploit the outside after we’ve set up the middle. Our quarterback
will take the snap and this time we’re not going to fake to the fullback. The fullback
will go out and help with the blocking scheme. Our quarterback will then open up wide and
make a long pitch to the outside to the running back. Our running back wants to make sure
he doesn’t go too wide after taking the pitch from the quarterback. Then, he’ll look to
see where the defense is pinned in or the defense is kicked out and he’ll get through
the opening. So, there are two different ways we can get to the outside. One is to take
the hand off. But, right here, we used the pitch play. That’s when the quarterback will
pitch it to our tailback so we can get outside and get up the field.