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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.
    2014-05-01 -
  • The 35 Defensive Package Cover 3, Cover 4, and Blitz Packages Part II
    2014-05-01 - Matt Welch
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