Has anyone ever successfully adapted the wildcat formation to six-man? In 11 man there are really only about 3 plays in wildcat, but in six-man there would be a lot more options, and it could be ran out of several different configurations. Jet sweep to the motion man, spread back sweep towards the strong side with the motion man as a lead blocker, counter to the weak side with the spread back to keep the defense honest and keep them from overloading the strong side, traditional option where the motion man and the pitch man fan out to the flats, the wideouts run streaks and the center mirrors the spread back in the flats, and if you wanted to you could even run a jet sweep reverse where the motion man gets the sweep then the wideout takes the reverse. My junior and senior years under coach McFarlin we experimented with motion a little bit, but we didn't really explore all the options it had to offer. I was just wondering if a team has ever ran this offense a lot with any success.