TheeRealDeal Posted February 18, 2019 Share Posted February 18, 2019 I have completely revamped my verbiage for my offense this year with several goals in mind. Ultimately it so the kids think less and play faster Within that goal I also wanted the calls shorter, words that told multiple groups what to do on a play, something easy to signal, rephrasing concept names to something football coaches wouldn't be tipped off and lastly keep all words to one syllable if possible. I have accomplished 90% of more of those task and conditioned myself to remember every play in its new verbiage. Right now I am stuck one a few things one of which I am calling on the help of ya'll who are smarter than me especially with the English language. I have numerous different ways to differentiate between right and left: Right - Left Rip - Liz Roll - Loop Rodeo - Lasso The underlined is what I am trying to replace as they are 3 and 2 syllables respectively. The rules for me would be they have to start with R and L, they must be similar in some way such as Rodeo/Lasso or perfect opposites like Right/Left so kids can associate better, and lastly they CANNOT rhyme in anyway or it creates the built in excuse of "well I thought I heard". I have Ray - Lee but I have no idea how I would signal either. Other examples I have used in the past are Ringo - Lucky, Rock - Lava and Razor - Lasor(disaster). Fire away.... and thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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