OL Blocking Scheme
I know that Klenakis has a somewhat different approach to blocking than we are used to, but I don't actually know what those difference are. I've heard Ben Bruns talk about it in generalities, but I'm not a football aficionado, so it didn't really sink in. Googling just brings up hype and coachspeak articles without much detail. Can anyone help further my education on this topic?
- what is the fundamental difference between our blocking scheme and a more "traditional" scheme?
- is it easier/harder to learn?
- does it require a different type of player (or is it better suited for a specific type of player)?
- what other teams are using this scheme?
- what does it allow your offense to do (or do better)?
- what does it give up (make harder to do)?