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August/September 2014

August/September 2014


The Art of the Interception Proper positioning and anticipation are two prerequisites for making an interception.

by: JohnAllen W. Snyder
Offensive Coordinator, Pequea Valley High School
© August/September 2014

Just about every coach at every level will tell you that turnovers are critical. Interceptions, especially, alter the momentum and often change the outcome of a game. What can be done to help your defense cause an interception? What type of preparation is needed so that your defense is ready to anticipate a potential interception?

AFM spoke to five defensive coaches whose teams were among the leaders in interceptions last fall. They included four defensive coordinators: Josh Homolka Ottawa University, Robert Wimberly Liberty University, Chris Willis the University of North Alabama, and Larry Harmon the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor along with Cliff Collins, the defensive backs coach at East Mississippi Community College. They discussed the preparation, mindset and drills for being ready to force an interception.The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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