Cut out on your heels, like your going to do a TS wake jump. Cut out hard and fast, at the point where there is in more line tension do a backside ollie 180.
No body really ride for very long in that position, usually you just stick your feet down and either pass the handle or quickly unwind back to regular. The trick to sticking a landing like this is getting your body into the correct position before your feet hit the water. To land in a Blind or wrapped position there are really 3 things to focus on. I will break them donw one by one.
First, Chest over your toes. Look at the picture of Rusty landing his MASSIVE 1080 below:
Getting into this position will make the board track, and help you not get pulled out the back.
Next, Handle in tight in the small of your back. What you have to do during the rotation of this trick is pull the handle into the small of your back and keep it in tight. This will allow you to either set up to tic-toc back to regular or pass the handle to your lead hand. If the handle is out from your body you will get pulled over the back no matter how far your chest is over your toes.
Lastly, is your head. Your head is the key to a ton of wakeboard moves. Your head in this case is key in helping you spot your landing and to a certain extent is the deciding factor in whether or not you will Tic-Toc back to regular or pass the handle to your lead hand. If you want to tic-toc back to regular when you land you should almost be have your head in a position that you are looking backwards or down at your feet. If you want to pass to your front/lead hand you should move your head/eyes to looking at the shoreline or back at the boat, doing this will square up your shoulders and get you into the correct position.
Hope this helps!