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August/September 2013

August/September 2013


D-Line Rules vs. Outside Zone and Zone Read

by: Ray DeFrisco
Defensive Coordinator Illinois College
© August/September 2013

Following the playside and backside rules is critical to stopping the outside zone and zone read.

We try to keep our D-line rules and principles the same with outside zone and zone read as well as other plays and concepts. When we speak about outside zone, we break into halves, especially what side the offense is on in pre-and post-snap. We use strength and if the quarterback is under center or in the gun to determine the run strength of this particular play. Otherwise, we may use the tight end to determine run strength.

Diagram 1.

In diagram 1, outside zone is run from under center and we ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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