Michael Lawler analyzes the play of the game from the NexGen / Furious game, which you can watch here: http://vimeo.com/26233695.
Michael Lawler takes us in detail through 3 clips showing what a vertical stack offense looks like and how to execute properly. He takes us through each clip, explaining what either went right or went wrong, focusing mainly on the cuts from the stack and compares the cuts in each clip. This is a great video for understanding how a vertical stack should flow and will show you how it leads to scoring.
Michael Lawler takes us in detail through 2 poor endzone points in the Brute Squad vs Scandal game, Boston Invite 2011. Before watching this video, you should check out Ultimate Project #5 first – which shows 4 good endzone points. Watching Project #5 first will show you what good endzone points look like and as Michael says, puts you in a good mood before watching this one. It’s good to learn what both good and bad points look like both to learn what good and bad positioning is all about and also see how execution matters that close to the endzone.
Michael looks at 3 plays from the Brute Squad vs Scandal game at the 2011 Boston Invite. He looks at what went right and what went wrong in the two plays and offers some suggestions for improvement.
Similar to Ultimate Project #2, Michael Lawler (former Brute Squad coach) analyzes footage from the Brute / Riot game at 2010 Worlds. This video looks at the 10 seconds leading up to the throws and tries to determine of the throw choices were good or not without knowing the outcome of the play.
In this video, Michael breaks down 2 plays from the Florida vs Wisconsin game footage that Everything Ultimate posted on their Youtube channel.
This video looks at some nice play by the deep O players in zone O. Some of my favorite plays from the last couple of seasons.
This video was split into two pieces because it ran over the 15 minute YouTube time limit. There are several examples of not quite so good play by the deep deep in the zone D. The video looks at the various plays and ways the deep deep’s play could be improved.
An example of simply outstanding play at the deep deep position in zone D.
The game is Brute / Riot at 2010 Worlds. The player the video focuses on is Gwen Ambler of Riot. As good an example of how to play the position as you will ever see.
One detailed example of and endzone point where Brute Squad struggles. This video goes through the point in detail and tries to come up with some things we could have done better.
In episode #5 of Ultimate Project, Michael shows several examples of good endzone offense and how they are good examples based on excellent execution.
In the Ultimate Project #4, Michael combines the first 3 videos and looks at 2 hucks. One from Brute / Riot at 2010 worlds and one from Brute / Fury at 2010 ECC. The two plays are similar and Betsy is the deep cutter in both plays. One play is successful and the other isn’t and this video looks at the differences.
Similar to Project 2, but 6 examples from the Brute / Capitals finals of 2010 Philly Fusion. This one shows the plays from ground level from both end zones.
Michael Lawler (former Brute Squad coach) has created a series of videos analyzing footage from the past couple of years and utilizing them as teaching moments. In this video, he analyzes 13 or so long throws from the Brute / Riot game at 2010 Worlds. This video looks at the 10 seconds leading up to the throws and tries to determine of the throw choices were good or not without knowing the outcome of the play.
Michael Lawler (former Brute Squad coach) has created a series of videos analyzing footage from the past couple of years and utilizing them as teaching moments. This video takes a look at two examples of downfield play in zone O. The two plays are similar at the start, but Brute Squad scores on only one of them, and the video tries to explain why.