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July 2002

July 2002


Snake Bitten

Temple’s Cobra brings the pressure. Intense blitz play designed to coax offenses into mistakes
by: Raymond Monica
Defensive Coordinator, Temple University
© July 2002

Our defensive philosophy is to have 11 hats with speed to the ball. We accomplish this by doing a pursuit drill every day, and by coaching effort on every play. We also watch film after every practice to evaluate fundamentals, techniques, proper execution of the defensive scheme and, most importantly, effort. We believe that with great effort from all 11 players, we have a chance to win. We feel that playing with great effort “intensity” allows our defense to create more turnovers than our opponents. We accomplish this by doing a series of strip drills once a week during practice and by emphasizing the technique during individual and team practices.

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