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Bunch's natural picks are a way to gain separation and create throwing opportunities against these tactics even if you do not have a receiver with great speed. Being able to somehow break man coverage is crucial to keeping defenses from doing things such as bringing the free safety out of the middle to play eight and nine-man fronts. If you can get them out of such looks, your running game will function much better. In traditional offense, with average or less speed on the outside, this can be a real problem because you can't create the necessary separation; but if you can hit just one deep rub down the middle out of a bunch set vs.
Bunch on the whole should offer an exceptional answer for the blitz, because defenses who do blitz often have to commit themselves to man coverage, for which Bunch is tailor-made. The throws happen, most generally, in a quick, timely manner as well. The specific teaching against the blitz, though, is vital. One key thing is that you abolish the fear and bail out mentality players tend to have against the blitz; we sell our kids on the fact that blitzes are our opportunity to get big plays by being smart.
Three of the misconceptions that we have encountered most in talking with other coaches are that Bunch is: a) a concept for only pass-happy coaches, b) only a specific trips formation used in one-back offenses, or c) something that is too elaborate and complicated for high schools to incorporate. None of these, in fact, are true! Coaches who like to run the ball as a rule will find packages that can tie in nicely with their best run formations and can be employed using play action passes off their best run actions; they will also find that when teams try to shut down what they do best by putting eight or nine defenders close to the line of scrimmage and play man coverage, they'll have some solid possibilities to look at.