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The No-Huddle, No-Mercy Offense – A Look Inside the Most Productive Offense in the Nation
2015-03-01 - Shawn Liotta
Winning the Key Ground with Kickoff Coverage - Each man in kickoff coverage has an assignment ...
2015-03-01 - Mike Mendenhall
Maximizing Your Goal Line Defense – The Okie Hot defense is intended for use at the goal line and its efficiency is dependent on players following alignment rules as well as their execution.
2015-03-01 - Christian Guenther
Defensive Backs: Techniques, Fundamentals, Tips and Drills (Part II)
2015-01-01 - Randy Awrey
The Dupe Run-Pass Combo
2015-01-01 - Mark Orlando
Wild Bunch - Stress out defenses with the Bunch Passing Game
2014-12-01 - Matt Kubik
Defensive Backs Techniques, Fundamentals, Tips and Drills (Part I)
2014-12-01 - Randy Awrey
Special Teams Winning Edge (Part I)
2014-12-01 - Brett Hickman
Five on the Line - The 5-man defensive front is making a comeback – especially against traditional run-first offenses.
2014-10-01 - JohnAllen W. Snyder
Options Galore - To be successful running a multiple option offense from the gun and pistol, every player must identify the read key and the option key.
2014-10-01 - Rob Cushman
Updating the Pistol-Flex Offense - Five new enhancements make this offense even more effective.
2014-10-01 - Paul Markowski
Zone Defense on the Goal Line - To be efficient in this zone defense, give each player a specific responsibility.
2014-10-01 - Rey Hernandez
Shotgun Snapping in a Run-First Offense - Teaching proper techniques and practicing as many reps as possible will improve the performance of your shotgun snapper.
2014-10-01 - Jeff DiSandro
The Art of the Interception – Proper positioning and anticipation are two prerequisites for making an interception.
2014-08-01 - JohnAllen W. Snyder
Taking the No-Huddle Offense to the West Coast – Combining the West Coast offense with an up-tempo, no-huddle system can result in a powerful running and passing attack.
2014-08-01 - Daren Wilkinson
Five Keys to Defending the Wing-T With Your 4-3 Defense – To stop the Wing-T, use three different fronts, key on the guards and limit your blitzes.
2014-08-01 - Joe Daniel
Play Keep-Away: Each time your team punts, the goal is to kick it 40 yards and out of bounds.
2014-07-01 - John Lilly
Flex Fronts: Stop offenses by using a different front on every play.
2014-07-01 - Eugene Wilson
Fixed Front: Defending trips to the field and in the boundary with a stable pre-snap look
2014-07-01 - Kyle Langhoff
Pressure Defenses, Part II: Having the proper angle for each player is crucial in pursuing a ball carrier in space.
2014-07-01 - Lou Varley
Teaching the Inside and Outside Zone Using 3-Person Groups
2014-06-01 - Ken Wilmesherr
Pressure Defenses (Part I) – Specific stunts and gap exchanges – when coordinated correctly – can improve team defense.
2014-06-01 - Lou Varley
Situational Analysis – Having a specific gameplan for each offensive situation enhances your chances of success.
2014-06-01 - Kefense Hynson
MODERNIZING THE WING-T By emulating Auburn's modified Wing-T offense, you can have a dynamic, deceptive running attack.
The 35 Defensive Package Cover 3, Cover 4, and Blitz Packages Part II
2014-05-01 - Matt Welch
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