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October 2001

October 2001


On the Circuit

North Dakota uses circuit drills to develop top-notch defenses
by: Kyle Schweigert
Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach, University of North Dakota
© October 2001

At the University of North Dakota, we have one major goal for our defense to attain each season. That goal is to lead the North Central Conference in fewest points allowed. This is not an easy task in one of the most balanced and powerful Division II conferences in the country. Yet we have reached our goal of allowing the fewest points in our league in six of the last nine seasons. During six of the last seven seasons, we have also been first or second in our conference in total defense. While we are proud of the fact that we have not allowed many yards when compared to other teams in our league, we are most proud to be the team that has allowed the fewest points in league play during six of the last nine seasons.

Our defensive staff, like all coaching staffs, feels that we must be great at the fundamentals to be able to reach our seaso....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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