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February 2005

February 2005


Disruptive Behavior

How to maintain a disruptive defense playing a 4-3-2 deep zone concept.
Defensive Coordinator, Pearl River Community College
© February 2005

The old cliché “The Defense Wins Championships” is definitely true. I can also speak specifically to this after our team, the Pearl River Community College Wildcats, won the 2003 MACJC State Championship and the 2004 National Championship. Not only do I believe this defensive philosophy to be true and to work toward maintaining a defense that will produce champions, but any and all championship contenders must work on developing a defense that will keep the opponent from scoring a great number of points. This was the objective in mind in developing a disruptive defense playing a two-deep zone concept.

In today’s defensive schemes, everyone is trying to create a way to get that extra defender into the offensive box to stop the run. I remember attending a clinic when lo....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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