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March 2014

March 2014


AFM Subscribers Ask with Joe Willis (Part I) Head Coach, Cedar Park High School (TX)

© March 2014

Joe Willis is the head coach of 2012 State Champion Cedar Park High School (TX). A defensive specialist, Coach Willis uses multiple looks in his 3-4 defense to slow down an up-tempo offense. Cedar Park calls their defense like they call their offense Ė marrying the front and coverage calls together and using disguises pre-snap on every play. They use a combination of slants, stunts, and blitzes to help defend the no-huddle offense. Coach Willis answers your questions.

How do you best defend the trips formations and 2 X 2 sets when your opponent runs both the zone read but also passes out of it? Mike Sherlock, Assistant Coach, Richmond High School (MO).

Letís start with the 3 x 1 formation because it presents the most significant coverage dilemma, especially if the solo receiver is a vertical threat. We bel....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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