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February 2002

February 2002


Attacking Modern Day Defenses with the Pass and Run.

by: Sparky Woods
Offensive Coordinator, Mississippi State
© February 2002

Two things defenses agree on these days are making the offenses one-dimensional by stopping the run and forcing the quarterback to execute under tremendous pressure. They play mostly man coverage (at least on the corners) and place more defenders near the line of scrimmage than the offense has blockers to block for the run. Placing their defenders near the line of scrimmage puts them in position to rush the quarterback in passing situations. Once again they have the option of rushing more defenders than the offense has potential blockers. Buddy Ryan, while at the Chicago Bears, taught all of us that the defense has one more player than the offense does because the off....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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