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Weak Side Overload Fire Zone in the 4-2-5 Defense

By Ed Raby, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties, SUNY Morrisville (NY)

In this report, Coach Raby reveals his weak side overload fire zone pressure that he runs out of his base 4-2-5 defense called “Waco.” Waco comes from the boundary using our boundary corner and Will LB.


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Balancing Consistency and Culture as a Newly Hired Coordinator

By Justin Roper (with Mike Kuchar), Quarterbacks Coach, University of Northern Iowa

Justin Roper had big shoes to fill when he first arrived at Slippery Rock University in 2016, the “Rock” was coming off a year where it averaged 45 points and over 600 yards per game under...


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A Systematic Approach to the Psycho/Amoeba Defense

By Micah Adams, Defensive Coordinator, Waukesha South High School

Looking for a way to keep offenses guessing and slow down their pace? This 0 down or 1 down scheme might be just the trick you need.    


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Double Duty for the Double Screen (Drill)

By Ray Butler, Head Football Coach, Boston Latin School

With governing bodies reducing practice time, one coach found a unique way to combine both conditioning and his Double Screen. See what he did...


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Weak Side Overload Fire Zone in the 4-2-5 Defense

2019-02-10 21:38:17

By Ed Raby, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties, SUNY Morrisville (NY) In this report, Coach Raby reveals his weak side overload fire zone pressure that he runs out of his base 4-2-5 defense called “Waco.” Waco comes from the boundary using our boundary...

Balancing Consistency and Culture as a Newly Hired Coordinator

2019-02-10 20:19:11

By Justin Roper (with Mike Kuchar), Quarterbacks Coach, University of Northern Iowa Justin Roper had big shoes to fill when he first arrived at Slippery Rock University in 2016, the “Rock” was coming off a year where it averaged 45...

A Systematic Approach to the Psycho/Amoeba Defense

2019-02-09 18:29:00

By Micah Adams, Defensive Coordinator, Waukesha South High School Looking for a way to keep offenses guessing and slow down their pace? This 0 down or 1 down scheme might be just the trick you need. By Micah AdamsDefensive CoordinatorWaukesha South High...

Double Duty for the Double Screen (Drill)

2019-02-09 17:13:46

By Ray Butler, Head Football Coach, Boston Latin School With governing bodies reducing practice time, one coach found a unique way to combine both conditioning and his Double Screen. See what he did... By Ray Butler Head Football Coach...

11/20 Personnel Unbalanced Gap Schemes

2019-02-01 23:34:33

By Scott Girolmo, Head Football Coach, Battlefield High School (VA) Born out of creative necessity, the use of the unbalanced 5-man surface does two things: helps to maximize the stronger personnel within the OL and two helps protect weaker personnel...

Defending 2 Back Runs and Heavy Formations from the 3-4

2019-02-01 22:36:32

By Lawson Green, Defensive Coordinator, Oak Grove High School (LA) Coach Green details how he has adapted his defense over the years to stop the spread attach. By Lawson Green Defensive Coordinator Oak Grove High School (LA) Twitter: @lawson_green45 Insiders Members: Login here...

Attaining the 21% Roster Increase: 14 Methods in Recruiting and Retaining Players

2019-02-01 18:08:44

By Jeremy Plaa, Head Football Coach, Thomas Downey High School (CA) How one coach re-built his program from the top down to fix the core problems of low numbers and poor buy-in. See the remarkable turnaround... By Jeremy Plaa Head...

Dave Aranda: Implementing the Simulated Pressure System

2019-02-01 17:35:09

By Mike Kuchar, Senior Research Manager, X&O Labs This new pressure system is the brainchild of LSU Defensive Coordinator Dave Aranda and it’s helped propel him to one of the most sought-after minds in college football. By Mike Kuchar Senior Research...

Heavy Personnel C/D Gap RPO Concepts

2019-01-28 17:34:04

By Brent Dearmon (with Adam Hovorka), Head Football Coach, Bethel College (TN) If you are trying to simplify RPOs for a young QB, this system is a great way to get started. Give your QB one post-snap read and allow him...

Transitioning Between Multiple Even and Odd Fronts without Sacrificing Coverage

2019-01-28 17:07:45

By Joey Ginn, Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator, Bethel High School (OK) See how one program transitions from even fronts to odd fronts without sacrificing coverage. By Joey Ginn Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Bethel High School (OK) Insiders Members: Login here to access the...

The Double Wing Power: The Culprit Behind Two Program Resurgences

2019-01-27 23:37:13

By Derek Katris, Head Football Coach, Elgin High School (OH) This record setting offense put up enormous numbers and has led a resurgence at two high schools. See how this offense not only led to more wins, but also improved...

QB Gap Read Concepts

2019-01-26 16:17:00

By Jace Schillinger, Offensive Coordinator, Dickinson State University (ND) Using the quarterback as the primary runner this season helped Dickinson State (ND) alleviate many issues it was having with a youthful offensive line. But using traditional read concepts like zone...

 

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