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rhino62
AntiGravity wrote:


What about teams?that run the true splitback veer and not just an occasional veer play?

i will bold the ones i know of for sure that run it as their base formation if i leave anyone out again let me know
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dfnewburry
Ashland Oredockers switched to the Veer after many years as a Bone team .

Edgar and Owen Withee both run a Veer / Wing T hybrid as the base offense .








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rhino62
bradfuhrman wrote:


Reedsburg runs a Split back veer option and a lot of times lines up in Flexbone setup. I believe they made the change over to this formation last year and have been having great success with it leading into the game against WISCO this Saturday.


i saw reedsburg on saturday against madison edgewood. the reason i did not include them in the teams i had found was because i never once saw them line up in a true split back veer formation. a true split back veer formation is 2 running backs lining up equal distances from the line right behind each of the guards usually about 4 yards with the quarterback under center. reedsburg had one fullback behind the center and one wing on each end of the line with the quarterback under center as their base which you are correct would be a flex bone formation(also can be wing-t if the guards and tackles and centers pull and more motion before the play is done). the flex bone is a different kind of option than the split back veer, both in many cases are triple option, but definately are not the same.
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antigravity
The splitback veer is a triple-option offense. It's a system, not just a play. What makes the splitback veer different from other offenses is that the two backs are split, one behind each guard. The two base plays in the offense are inside and outside veer. All other plays are basically compliments of those two plays. It is true triple option. The wishbone, flexbone, wing-t, double-wing, spread, I, etc. are all different offenses. In addition, a team that only runs some splitback veer, but then uses four other types of offenses, like spread or double-wing for example, I would argue are not true splitback veer teams. That's just my humble opinion.

The wishbone and flexbone are also triple-option offenses, but they're different than the splitback veer.
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justintyem
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bradfuhrman_old
Reedsburg runs a Split back veer option and a lot of times lines up in Flexbone setup. I believe they made the change over to this formation last year and have been having great success with it leading into the game against WISCO this Saturday.

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