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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.by: Joe Daniel
Defensive Coordinator, Prince George High School (VA)
© August/September 2014
Good Wing-T football coaches are tough to beat. They know their offense, formation, and series. They will know what the role of each player on your defense is, and which defenders they want to put in conflict.
As a defensive coordinator, you start in a hole to begin with. Wing-T coaches always seem to have the answer, no matter what solution you come up with.
So why do some defensive coordinators want to be the opposing offensive coordinator’s best friend? They gameplan for the Wing-T offense like it’s an alien invasion. They throw out everything their kids know. They go from the tried and true system to the “Defense of the Week.” Wing-T coaches love to brag about all the different defenses they see in a season. They roll over every alignment you could think of.
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