- Increase opponents' offensive preparation time
- Add flexibility and disguise to the defensive front
- Make coverage adjustments simple
with Steve Fex, Coppell (TX) HS Assistant Coach;
member of 2001 University of Washington coaching staff (2001 Rose Bowl Champions)
The spread offense is dominating the game of football, so it's important to know how to defend it. Coach Fex supports the multiple 3-4 defense, which allows many possible up-front variations in alignments, movement, twists, and blitzes. In addition, the 3-4 ...
- increases opponents' offensive preparation time
- adds flexibility and disguise to the defensive front
- makes coverage adjustments simple
In this DVD from Championship Productions, Fex uses the white board to diagram his strategies for defending the spread offense and for outnumbering the offense at the point of attack. He describes defensive personnel, front declaration, static flow, and his "Spartan package." To show his concepts in action, he takes his players to the practice field to demonstrate defensive line characteristics, outside linebacker characteristics, inside linebacker characteristics, "mix it," and static flow. He then utilizes game footage to show plays in action.
Gear up your 3-4 defense to stop the spread this season!
117 minutes. 2009.Football Videos