A little background first... so the subject of the thread seems pretty lame, I know, but for everyone who hates on school, I am currently in the best class ever... Coaching Football, taught by a member of the UF football staff.
So we have this assignment, where we are going to be teaching a technique outside, for ten minutes, just like a high school coach would do. We got to decide what technique to teach and I went with the underthrown streak (basically it's the route that Reggie Wayne and Plax run where it looks like a streak then one of the Mannings will throw the ball to their outside shoulder as soon as he sees the CB's hips turn). I love this play and it's almost unstoppable, but there's one problem, I can't find any literature on it... possibly because it's a relatively new route. My question is this, does anybody know any additional information about the route or anyplace where I can find some? Any help would be greatly appreciated and let me offer thanks in advance.