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  • Confuse the Quarterback (Part I)
    2013-12-01 - Rey Hernandez
  • Multiple Looks from a 3-4 Defense to Slow Down an Up-Tempo Offense
    2013-10-01 - Joe Willis
  • Developmental Tackling Part II: Hashmark-to-Boundary Drills and Pursuit Drills to improve overall tackling
    2013-08-01 - Brent Steuerwald
  • D-Line Rules vs. Outside Zone and Zone Read
    2013-08-01 - Ray DeFrisco
  • D-Back Run Stoppers Both the Key Read Drill and Block Escape Circuit Drill will improve defensive backs’ recognition of the run.
    2013-08-01 - Ernest Moore
  • Three Pillars of Defensive Prep
    2013-07-01 - Jeff McDonald
  • Zoned Out – Stop the zone read cold with Steve Specht’s “Read Scheme”
    2013-06-01 - JohnAllen Snyder
  • Quarters vs. the Run Game – Adding the Safeties
    2013-06-01 - Mark Thoephel
  • Defending the Power Play
    2013-05-01 - J.G Aegerter
  • Inside Linebacker Reads in the 3-4 Defense – The 3-4 defense gives the inside linebackers a read on the uncovered guard through to the fullback.
    2013-04-01 - Jack Beidler
  • Tackling Drills Without Full Contact – Tackling progressions for both the head-up and profile tackle can be taught to emphasize safety.
    2013-04-01 - Johnny Metcalf
  • Defending the Zone Read –Defenses can be successful against the zone read if they understand the rules and their gap responsibilities.
    2013-03-01 - Rick Scheidt
  • Defending the Power Game with the Stack Defense – The stack defense allows players to be aggressive and limit adjustments against either a spread or a power offense.
    2013-02-01 - Matt McCarty
  • Blitzing Backs – Keys to Effective Defensive Back Blitzing Packages
    2013-01-01 - David Purdum
  • Thunder Storm – Trine University’s tackling and turnover circuit covers all the essentials of effective defense.
    2013-01-01 - Trine University Football Defensive Staff
  • Spare a Dime – The dime 4-1-6 package can be used in certain passing situations, providing solid man-to-man coverage.
    2013-01-01 - Chris Willis
  • LINEBACKER TACKLING DRILLS AND TECHNIQUES
    2012-12-01 - Shane Richardson
  • ELWAY AND ZIGGY Using “Z Check” and Option Principles to Stop the Zone Read
    2012-10-01 - Matt Johnston
  • Looking Back at the Backside Tackle
    2012-08-01 - Karl Liedtka
  • Defending the Wing-T Offense
    2012-08-01 - Wayne Bradford
  • Complete Cornerback Coverage Techniques
    2012-07-01 - Patrick Daberkow
  • The “No Name Defense” – Mixing personnel, fronts, and coverages along with stunts and blitzes can continually keep an offense off-balance.
    2012-06-01 - Caleb King
  • The Fix Is In – Adjusting your defense at halftime and during the game can pay big dividends.
    2012-05-01 - Curt Block
  • Tackling - Still the Key to Successful Defensive Play
    2012-05-01 - Orv Otten
  • Different Looks from the 4-3 Defensive Scheme - To be effective as a defense, it’s critical to give multiple looks and disguise coverage on every play.
    2012-04-01 - Dayne Brown
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