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January 2007

January 2007


Attacking Offenses with the 3-5-3 Secondary

by: Dan Weil
© January 2007

Many high school and junior college teams are turning to the 3-5-3 defense as a way to disguise their pressure in stopping both the pass and the run. We talked to Rob Manchester, defensive secondary coach for Georgia Military College in Milledgeville about how his secondary functions in the 3-5-3. GMC implemented the defense in 2001 and has enjoyed great success with it, leading the nation in total defense twice and capturing the NJCAA National Championship in 2001. Manchester's strategy:

General Strategy

“The main thing is that it allows us to create turnovers and be aggressive,” he said. “That’s because it creates havoc. We’re always blitzing people and play man behind the blitzes. Lining up like that allows us to blitz at all different angles. We have a lot of flexibility, and hopefully the offense doesn’....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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