If your defense is predictable, the offense will be successful. You must give the offense different looks and keep them guessing.
Our rush rules create rush integrity for our defense, and we emphasize playing fast and physical without overthinking it. To become an elite pass rusher, players must focus on four aspects: eyes, get off, hands and finish.
When building a defense to successfully combat offensive schemes, it is imperative to lay the foundation of a positive winning culture.
Becoming more effective and efficient with your coverage communication can result in your defense playing faster.
Match quarters allows us to be simple and dynamic, giving us the same pre-snap look with the versatility to change once the ball is snapped.
By using press bail techniques and alignments a Corner can dictate the passing game to the offense by creating indecision and disruption.
In this AFCA Virtual Clinic, Coach Baethke, Defensive Coordinator at Coe College, breaks down 3rd down film & shares his philosophy on continued education.
Former member of the AFCA 35 Under 35 Coaches Leadership Institute, Braxton Harris goes into detail on his scheme of 4-2-5 defense in this virtual clinic.
In this AFCA Virtual Clinic, David Braun, the Defensive Coordinator at North Dakota State University, shares his method for creating ball disruption.
In this virtual clinic session, P.J. Gibbs, covers 2-4-5 Nickel Package concepts and 4-down pressures he uses to make the offense uncomfortable.
In this session, Jay Wilson from Marshall High School (TX) demonstrates the coaching etiquette necessary to teach corner play from a fundamental standpoint.
Replace blitzes – or “creepers” – are four-man rushes that attack an aspect of the protection or blocking scheme by overloading a player or side.