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August/September 2012

August/September 2012


Defending the Wing-T Offense

by: Wayne Bradford
Defensive Coordinator • Edinboro University
© August/September 2012

The Wing-T is a great offensive system that challenges defenses at both the high school and collegiate levels. Many of today’s one-back and spread offenses can trace their roots back to the Wing-T.

We defend the Wing-T by being as simple as possible. We try to play one front and one coverage the entire game vs. Wing-T sets. We take an “Over” front concept and slide the front to the TE/Wing. We want to take away or limit the Wing-T’s ability to run to the TE surface (Diagrams 1 and 2).

Diagram 1.

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