In the 2013 Stagg Bowl game, Whitewater called a quick/naked play on 3rd & goal from the 3. The QB looked left for the quick out, pump faked and rolled to the right. The h-back in a wing to the left, the slot to the right and the wide receiver on the line were running a flood type of concept. The defense actually had it covered pretty well which should leave the run to the QB as the only option left. However, the wide receiver runs a route that is very tough to defend. He shows that he is going to he corner of the end zone for a fade (which he caught earlier for a TD). At about 7 yards deep into the end zone he plants and breaks straight down to the front pylon. The QB makes a perfect throw for the TD.
The timing of the play with the QB execute a pump fake to the left and rolling right helps this route, as does the rest of the routes in the concept because the other defenders are covering other routes and there is no one to get under the route coming down to the front pylon.
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