What you can learn from Frost’s UCF Offense. Get RPO tricks, the “Spacing” concept and “Shakes” route from these 5 plays broken down.
UCF under Scott Frost had one of the most prolific offenses of Division I football last season. So I decided to crack it open with an analysis of his first five plays of the AAC championship game against Memphis. In these first five plays I talk about the Spacing Route and why the progression starts from the sideline, the “shakes” route and progression, a simple RPO pre-snap read and why the QB gives it instead of keeping or throwing the bubble screen.
There’s always a lot you can learn from breaking down an offense, especially when you get the All-22 film with sideline and end zone camera angles. It just takes a long time to do it! So here’s a little taste of an upcoming new breakdown we have of every single offensive play from the game.
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