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Confuse the Quarterback (Part I)by: Rey Hernandez
Retired High School and College Coach
© December 2013
To stop the zone read, it is critical to present a number of different coverages to the opposing quarterback including a two-deep safety look.
The zone read spread offense has had a major impact on all levels of football in recent years. Defensive coordinators have had to make adjustments to their base defensive calls in order to defend the basic running plays, play assignment football against the option, and defend the pass. Many years ago at a coaching clinic I heard a coach say that he made it a point to never get into a battle of wits with the opposing coach. This is probably the best advice I ever received from a fellow coach. As a high school defensive coordinator, I accepted the possibility that the offensive coordinator on the other side of the field had his offense well prepared to execute their game plan and that perhap....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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