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The Defensive Solution to Multiple Personnel / No Huddle Offensesby: Steve Monninger
Defensive Coordinator, Middlebury College
© September 2008
Traditionally, Middlebury College football has set their defensive calls in relation to the offensive personnel grouping on the field for that particular play. Most often, offensive personnel groupings dictate certain formations and favorite plays. Calling defenses based on offensive personnel groupings allows us to set the appropriate front and coverage, put our best personnel on the field and put our players in the best position for success.
Over the past several years, offenses have become more multiple in their formations out of particular personnel groupings. Running backs can line up as wide receivers. Tight ends can split out into the slot. Fullbacks can line up as a second TE. Typical 21 personnel can now readily align in one back, spread sets. Also, no huddle offenses can easily change format....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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