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October 2005

October 2005


No Fly Zone: Containing the Air Raid Offense

With the growing number of high-powered aerial offenses, how do you stop the onslaught?
by: Dan Weil
© October 2005

Letís say youíre going up against a team with a potent air raid offense Ė a team like Texas Tech, or Boise State or Louisville. How do you stop these pass-happy attacks? We asked five coaches of college and high school teams around the country with outstanding pass defenses.

The coaches have a wide variety of suggestions ó from constantly changing your formations to physically intimidating the opposition. They offered strategies of how to pressure the quarterback; details of preparation throughout the week, including drills, tape sessions and strategy meetings; and they told us what kind of adjustments they make during the game.

To top it off, each coach listed the three most important factors to stop a powerful passing team. Here is what the five coaches had to say:

They agreed that itís important to give th....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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