What you can expect from App State heading into the game Saturday- jet sweep, some play-action, and gun triple option!
What does everybody want? HEAD! What does everybody need? HEAD! No wait, wrong blog. The real answer, in this very pass happy world of football we live in, is ways to put pressure on the QB. I have the perfect package of blitzes, twists, etc for you if you just click “continue reading”…
There are always a multitude of coverages you can run in any defense. However, we’re going to focus on three specific coverages, two forms of cover 3 and cover 4 (with a shift towards pattern reading).
Moving further into the 3-2-2-4 discussion, we will detail the different fronts available to us with 3 down lineman. By the way, it’s spring break so I have more time, maybe I can cover this whole defense by Friday or so.
As a player, coach, and student of the game of football I have watched DVDs, read books, downloaded playbooks, attended clinics, perused message boards and magazines all to come to one conclusion- nothing is perfect and I know damn near nada about the game of football compared to my counterparts. However, admitting this puts my in a good place to ‘beg borrow and steal’ from every source previously mentioned above. The homage paid became the 3-2-2-4 barn door closer defense.