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July 2004

July 2004


Into the Void

Kent State redefines the void in zone defense
© July 2004

In the early years of football an end was not overly involved in the game. An end lined up next to a tackle and usually blocked the man over you, blocked the man inside of you or, on occasions, ran a post route or a corner route. Well, times continue to change and most coaches under 40 probably donít remember when there werenít wide receivers on an offense. Those of us that do remember know that when the forward pass became a part of the game we needed to throw the ball to an end who was in a void. The ĎVoidí being an area between linebackers, or between linebackers and defensive backs, or between defensive backs and the goal line. Today, the end m....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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