This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Illinois State’s defensive backs & defensive associate head coach, Mike Banks. Coach Banks talks about his time coaching at his alma mater, what he looks for in upcoming players, and his professional development.
At Wake Forest, we combat the challenge of keeping things simple while remaining complex by having a few select “automatics” for the defense.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Dallas Spruce High School (TX) Defensive Coordinator, Dwain Crawford.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring longtime college coach, Bob Trott.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring longtime Virginia Tech Defensive Coordinator, Bud Foster.
Your number one objective defensively is to stop the run, but you must play assignment sound and disciplined football when defending the zone read.
Players can accomplish so much more than they believe they can. Pushing players, even through pursuit drills, unlocks their potential.
This week on Inside the Headset we are featuring Defensive Line Coach and Director of Player Development, Ramal Faunteroy.
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.
Linebacker success derives from buying into philosophy, turning fundamentals into habits, and developing as individuals on and off the field.
The first rule of being a defensive back in a successful secondary is learning how to become comfortable with being uncomfortable.