Orangemen multiple front defense

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Orangemen multiple front defense

  1. 1. Orangemen Multiple Front Defense Todd Ekart Defensive Coordinator Beatrice High School tekart@bpsne.org
  2. 2. Beatrice Football • Last 6 years • 50 Wins (8+ wins a season) • Playoffs 5 times • Semi-Finals 4 times • Finals Once
  3. 3. Our Defense •Even front •4-2-5 •D-Line secure gaps •Inside linebackers read guards •Outside linebackers read EMOLS •Secondary zone coverage
  4. 4. 4-2-5 O O O O OO O O O O X E EN T W M S R CC F
  5. 5. D-Line Play •2 techniques: Have to use hands in both! •Get in a gap (shade or slant) •Play through half the man •Gap hand on shoulder and other hand under V of the neck •Press •Shoot both hands to breastplate •Feel the block •Demand double teams!
  6. 6. Inside Linebackers • Read Guard •Down block •Reach •Pull across •Pull out •Guard will dictate where we fit play-side and back-side •High Hat •Drop to zone
  7. 7. Outside Linebackers/ Secondary • Read EMOLS •Low Hat •Run Responsibility •High hat or release •Drop to zone
  8. 8. Coverages (Pro) O O O O O O O X O O O E N T E W M S R C C F
  9. 9. Coverages (2 X 2) O O O O O O O X O O O W E N T E R “2-1” M S “2-1” C C “2-1” F “2-1”
  10. 10. Coverages (2 X 2) O O O O O O O X O O O W E N T E R “2-1” M S C C “2-1” F
  11. 11. Coverages (3 X 1) O O O O O O O X O O O E N T E R M S C MAN W Hole C #1 F #2
  12. 12. Coverages (3 X 1) O O O O O O O X O O O E N T E R M S C MAN W C #1 #3 F #2
  13. 13. Why Change?
  14. 14. I Pro with Option Teams
  15. 15. Spread Counter Teams
  16. 16. Spread Teams with Running QB
  17. 17. Power Teams that also use Multi-Rec. Sets
  18. 18. All used multiple sets and formations
  19. 19. Why change? •Personnel •Had more linebacker/safety types •O-line and D-line were going both ways •Ability to adjust to formations and motion •Coverage Options •Give the offense a different look
  20. 20. 3-4 Personnel •Easier to adjust to formations and motion •Could rotate linemen •2 good safeties coming back •Play more kids •Tried to keep the reads the same for our linebackers •Pressure from different angles
  21. 21. 4-2-5 to the 3-4 O O O O O O O X O O O E N T E W M S R C C F
  22. 22. O O O O O O O X O O O E N E R W M S L C C F 4-2-5 to the 3-4
  23. 23. Implementation •Evaluate players •What can your D-Line do? •Outside LBs and Safeties •Hybrid types •Rotate players in •Capabilities of your secondary •Can you play man or are you straight zone?
  24. 24. Implementation •Have a plan •Put all base stuff in first and get good at it. •Sometimes less is more •Put in different alignments based on opponent •Stick to the plan but don’t be afraid to slow down or drop something!
  25. 25. O O O O O O O X O O O E N E R W M S L C C F 3-4 Base Alignment Ends: 5 tech on Tackles Nose: O tech over Center Stud and Mike: 20 heels at 5 yards Lion and Free: 7 yards deep 1 yard outside TE *Can vary according to call Rover and Will: TE play 8 tech No TE 4 x 4 *Can vary according to call Corners: 6-7 yards of outside shade * Can vary depending on coverage
  26. 26. O O O O O O O X O O O E N E R W M S L C C F 4-2-5 (Base 40) Weak End: 6 tech if no TE 7 tech to TE Strong End: 3 Tech Nose: Shade weak Stud and Mike: 20 heels at 5 yards Lion: Varies based on call. Read EMOLS Will: 4 x 4 Rover : 8 tech hands on TE Free: 10 yards deep over Guard on 2 rec. side Corners: 6-7 yards of outside shade * Can vary depending on coverage
  27. 27. O O O O O O O X O O O E N E R W M S C C F L 4-3 (Slide) Weak End: 6 tech if no TE 7 tech to TE Strong End: 3 tech Nose: Shade weak Stud and Will: 50 Heels at 5 yards Mike: Over Center Heels at 5 yards Rover : 8 tech hands on TE Lion and Free: 7 yards deep 1 yard outside TE *Can vary according to call Corners: 6-7 yards of outside shade * Can vary depending on coverage
  28. 28. O O O O O O O X O O O W E N E R M S C C F L 50 Front (5-2) Ends: 5 tech on Tackles Nose: O tech over Center Stud and Mike: 20 heels at 5 yards Lion and Free: 7 yards deep 1 yard outside TE *Can vary according to call Rover and Will: TE play 8 tech No TE Wide 6 Corners: 6-7 yards of outside shade * Can vary depending on coverage
  29. 29. O O O O O O O X O O O W E N E R M S L C C F 50 Front (5-3) Ends: 5 tech on Tackles Nose: O tech over Center Stud: 00 Heels at 5 yards Mike and Lion: 50 heels at 5 yards Free: 10 yards deep over Guard on 2 rec. side Rover and Will: TE play 8 tech No TE Wide 6 Corners: 6-7 yards of outside shade * Can vary depending on coverage
  30. 30. O O O O O O O X O O O E N E M S R C C W F L 3-3 Ends: 5 tech on Tackles Nose: O tech over Center Stud, Mike Rover: Stacked heels at 5 yards Lion and Will: 7 yards deep 1 yard outside TE *Can vary according to call Free: 7 yards deep to 2 rec. side *Can vary according to call Corners: 6-7 yards of outside shade * Can vary depending on coverage
  31. 31. Weekly Schedule •Saturday: •Get an idea of what of opposition is doing •Sunday: •Formations and Favorite Plays •What front fits best? •What pressures do we want to put in?
  32. 32. Weekly Schedule •Monday: •Formation/Blitz sheets •Walk through plan •Tuesday: •Run through plan •Personnel changes •Mistakes?
  33. 33. Weekly Schedule •Wednesday: •Correct mistakes •Run through plan again •If it doesn’t work on Wednesday it is out •Thursday: •Walk through
  34. 34. Most Important Element of Practice?
  35. 35. REPS! • Make corrections in Indy • Keeps things moving in Team and Group • Pull player out and correct on the side • More times they see a play the better • Hudl = mental reps
  36. 36. What We Stress •What coaches can control •Alignment •Assignment •What players have to control •Communication •Attitude •Effort

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