This is a play that Florida State University offensive line coach Rick Trickett shared at the 2015 C.O.O.L Clinic.

It’s a play that FSU calls when the 3 technique starts to run to not get reached on the stretch play.  The front side of the play runs stretch and the center blocks back on the shade.  The backside guard and tackle pull for the linebackers.

This is a one or two calls per game play, but it effectively slows the flow of the defense because typically it is an explosive play.  Because the frontside of the defense has been running outside to stop stretch, the linebackers are left with a huge space to cover with two big linemen pulling through for them.

The play provides a great change up.  The quarterback can also read the end and pull if he chases the running back.