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Attacking the 3-3 defense with the Inside and Outside Zoneby: Michael Chavez
Offensive Line Coach, Southeast Missiouri State University
© September 2003
On behalf of our staff at Southeast Missouri State University I’d like to say that it’s an honor and privilege to have the opportunity to share some of our thoughts and ideas on attacking the 3-3 Defense with the Inside and Outside Zone.
The problem the 3-3 presents is that it is an odd front with a 4-3 linebacker set. It neither fits your odd front rules or your 4-3 rules and if you try to full zone it – more times than not – you come up empty-handed. It is because of this mix that we sat down as a staff and decided that if we were going to be a successful zone team against the 3-3 we would have to come up with a new set of rules that would allow us to cut off the defensive flow and still allow our running backs to be able to keep their zone reads.
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