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Point-Counterpoint: Third and Five In The Red Zoneby: David Purdum
© September 2006
Northwestern State and Wisconsin-Whitewater are locked in a low-scoring defensive battle. Tied 10-10, neither team has been able to move the ball consistently. The Demons’ pressure has bothered Zeifel’s offense throughout the game. Finally, with six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Warhawks put together their best drive and move into Demon territory. But NSU’s defense stiffens and the drive bogs down. Zwiefel is facing a 3rd and 5 at the 20.
Zwiefel: “We’re going to employ a 3-by-1 set with a combination route to our multi-receiver side, probably a zone receiver. With our backside receiver, we’d be giving him a choice route.”
Collins: “Since it’s 3rd and 5, we’re going to play some kind of deny-the-ball defense. ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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