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October 2001

October 2001


Attacking the Line of Scrimmage

by: Bobby Allen
Co-Defensive Coordinator, Arkansas
© October 2001

Philosophy: At the University of Arkansas our attitude is to attack, disrupt and create a new line of scrimmage. Our terminology is to attack, bend and spill the ball outside. We want to create one on one match-ups for our front. Our LB's are fast flow, thus creating stress on an offensive lineman to execute two-on-one-combo blockers. We expect to turn those two on one combo's into one on one match-ups. Our linemen are playmakers are not space eaters. The only exception would be true double team on a 3-technique. Other than that, we would expect our d-linemen to release their block and have an unbelievable desire to make plays.

The attack principle is our initial get off and key reaction.

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