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    FD-03922A:

    with Pat Narduzzi,
    University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;
    former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions; 2013 Broyles Award winner (Top Assistant Coach in the Nation);
    Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationally in 2012 for Rush Defense

    Pat Narduzzi has elevated Michigan State's defense to one of the top run-stopping units in the country. Using their base over defense, Michigan State's defense allowed only one 100-yard rusher the entire 2010 season.

    In this DVD, Narduzzi outlines his philosophy and principles for stopping the run by using a simple base defense. His "chalkboard" discussion shows how to keep it simple, which allows the defense to play fast and physical.

    He demonstrates how using the over front gets nine men in the box, allows linebackers to run to the ball, and easily adjusts to any offensive scheme. With simple front adjustments, your opponent's favorite run plays can be stuffed at the line of scrimmage.

    Narduzzi uses game footage to show how Michigan State's defense "builds a wall" at the line of scrimmage to stop the run. The sideline and end zone clips give you a great visual of how this defense allows for aggressive play while maintaining gap integrity.

    The 4-3 over defense presented by Coach Narduzzi is sound against any scheme, easy to learn, and will no doubt allow your defense to play fast and physical.

    82 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03922B:

    with Pat Narduzzi,
    University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;
    former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions; 2013 Broyles Award winner (Top Assistant Coach in the Nation);
    Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationally in 2012 for Rush Defense

    In 2010, Pat Narduzzi's ball hawking defense recorded 17 interceptions, its' highest total since 2004. Their entire secondary received All Big-Ten recognition. Coach Narduzzi's defenses are almost always nationally recognized for their excellence. Like Coach Bear Bryant said, "Offense sells tickets, but defense wins championships."

    In this DVD, Narduzzi presents the philosophies, principles and alignments for the 4-3 Cover 4 Defense. Now your defense can improve its pass coverage the same way Narduzzi elevated Michigan State's defense to one of the top units in the country ranking 23rd in the nation for Turnovers & Takeaways. Utilizing Cover 4 and aggressive player techniques has allowed Michigan State to become one of the conference's top defenses.

    Using high quality game footage, Narduzzi teaches how to utilize Cover 4 versus a variety of formations and passing concepts. This video is a great learning tool for the intermediate to advanced level coach who wants to improve their 4-3 defenses pass coverage scheme.

    Michigan State's 4-3 Cover 4 begins with corner play. Narduzzi's corners use press coverage which is unique in Cover 4. Intense press coverage will force opposing receivers into bubble releases, inconsistent routes, slow routes and will foster aggressive play by your defense. Safety and linebacker play are also covered extensively prior to coach reviewing Michigan State game film.

    Gain valuable insight into coverage rules, fundamentals, keys, adjustments, and philosophies of the 4-3 over quarters coverage. Not only does Narduzzi cover a multitude of concepts, more importantly he explains why he believes so strongly in his defensive system. Narduzzi has carefully orchestrated this defensive system over 20 years and it has proven successful at every coaching stop along the way.

    Get inside the mind of a defensive genius. Order now and learn how you can better defend the pass and turn your defense into a championship defense. 79 minutes. 2011.



    FD-04497A:

    with Pat Narduzzi,
    University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;
    former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions; 2013 Broyles Award winner (Top Assistant Coach in the Nation);
    Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationally in 2012 for Rush Defense

    Pat Narduzzi has produced some of the nation's top defenses and has wreaked havoc on the Big Ten the past two seasons. In this excellent DVD, Coach Narduzzi takes you through the Spartan 4-3 Defense and stunts that have made his team and players some of the most successful in the country.

    Coach begins by explaining his base alignments and techniques that are used within his 4-3 defense at MSU. Using game footage, coach will go through the assignments of his defenders vs. various offensive formations and the adjustments made in order to keep a balance and effective defense. You'll also see game footage of the Spartan Over G front, base rules, and adjustments.

    Coaches will find the simplicity and effectiveness of his approach valuable. He uses stunts from both the call side and rush end to reduce the strength of offenses that like to run off tackle, to their tight end, inside or outside zone.

    Pat Narduzzi provides you with an all access look into one of the most successful defenses year in and year out. Implement the Spartan 4-3 and the line movements and adjustments that separate it from the rest.

    83 minutes. 2014.




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    FD-03990A: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Confuse opposing offenses using multiple defensive looks.

    Rick Stewart took over a struggling program that had never won a playoff game. By implementing this multiple attack defense, he led the Gang Green to consecutive Sectional Final appearances, including a season where they finished 12-1 and became League Champions.

    Coach Stewart demonstrates how to blend the 4-2-5, 4-4, and the 3-4 defenses together through an amazingly simple concept. He diagrams his defense in a chalk talk before showing you practice video of his players adjusting to all of the possible formations. Goals and alignments versus every offensive formation are covered in detail. The unique "Gang Green" defensive concept allows the defensive front 7 the same reads and assignments for all three defenses employed.

    You'll get Coach Stewart's six-step tackling sequence to develop the proper tackling technique in his players as well as eight tackling drills used in his tackling circuit.

    Coach Stewart also walks you through the installation sequence in spring, summer, and August. He then shows you his daily practice plans during the season.

    As a bonus, practice video of five different pursuit drills are shown that you can use in place of wind sprints, allowing your team to learn great technique as you condition with a purpose.

    This is a great video that will help build a solid defense for any high school or middle school program.

    67 minutes. 2012.



    FD-03990B: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Rick Stewart uses Power Point, drill walk through, and practice and game footage to teach his stinging 4-2-5 'Gang Green' Multiple Defense that blends the 4-4, 4-2-5 and 3-4 defenses together with simplicity.

    Coach Stewart begins by outlining his team's defensive rules, guidelines and philosophies to paint a clear picture for each defensive lineman's role and their importance to the defense. He teaches alignment, including various audible and visual cues you can use to get your players in the right position, while reacting to what is happening in front of them. The alignment and techniques are presented from the defensive end, tackle and nose positions. Stunts such as the slant, crash, pinch and jet are used in addition to others.

    See how each individual position in this system is coached in a practice setting using "Every Day Drills." Defensive Ends are taught how to defeat blocks such as the down block, reach block, base block, trap blocks and others. Interior linemen are taught to take on similar blocks, but more emphasis is given to defeating double team blocks and how to play the pulling lineman and schemes. Throughout the video, Stewart emphasizes alignment, gap responsibility and hand placement.

    On the field, Stewart uses a step-by-step drill progression to show the fundamental techniques for each position. He also uses game footage to show how all the drills and techniques come together in a game environment.

    In addition to the specifics of line play, tackling drills are demonstrated that directly link the techniques used on the line to stop the run.

    Defensive line play is extremely important in the game of football. Coach Stewart's teams have set a standard of play that has allowed them to become one of the top teams in the state of California. By stacking your defensive lineman and using these techniques, your defense is sure to make marked improvement for years to come.

    60 minutes. 2012.



    FD-03990C: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Coach Stewart also walks you through the installation sequence in spring, summer, and August. He then shows you his daily practice plans during the season.

    In easy to understand terminology, Rick Stewart shows how to develop game-changing inside linebackers in the 'Gang Green' 4-2-5 Multiple Defense, which confuses offenses by combining the 4-4, 3-4, and 4-2-5 with surprising simplicity.

    By playing 20 technique linebackers over uncovered guards in all 3 defenses, linebackers are better able to make clean reads and react aggressively. This video will take you through position specific drills and explain how the inside linebackers fit into the overall scheme of this defense.

    Through PowerPoint diagrams, practice demonstrations and game footage - with both end zone and sideline angles - you will learn the proper coaching points and practice drills that will allow your inside linebackers to play fast and aggressive.

    In the first segment, Coach Stewart discusses the difference between fast and tough run fits. He diagrams his daily window drills with six different run fits that teach linebackers how to effectively read guards and react instinctively to offensive line blocking schemes. The team run fits for fast flow, split flow and counter flow are also discussed to provide a big picture view of inside linebacker in this scheme.

    In the second segment, Stewart diagrams and shows tackling drills that specifically reinforce techniques for inside linebackers.

    The third segment covers pass drops and blitz schemes utilized in the 4-2-5, 4-4, and 3-4 defenses. In the final segment it is all brought together with game footage from both the sideline and end zone angles to demonstrate how effective this method has been for Coach Stewart.

    This video is ideal both for coaches looking to adopt a new defensive scheme and coaches wanting to improve the play of their inside linebackers in any 4-2-5, 3-4 or 4-4 defense.

    These drills and techniques will help you develop the complete inside linebacker that plays fast and aggressive.

    57 minutes. 2012.



    FD-03990D: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Build a multiple defense using the principles of the 4-2-5, 4-4 and 3-4 defenses to dominate opponents.

    Rick Stewart has put together a very detailed video that will help any defense. He demonstrates how to build this system with simple alignment rules and limited assignment changes for his defensive backs and outside linebackers. You will never have to change the alignment, read, or run fit of your two inside linebackers.

    Throughout the video, Coach Stewart discusses using cover 2, 3, and 4, with cloud and sky concepts. His whiteboard descriptions explain the differences in each coverage and how to use all of them with limited changes for the outside linebackers and defensive backs. He dedicates a great deal of discussion to route combinations and how they are handled in each coverage. He also includes detailed description of run fits and technique that are interchangeable between coverage schemes.

    After his description of each coverage, the focus turns to individual technique and drills. As Stewart points out, his playbook determines the drills. Every drill is designed to simulate game situations seen in their multiple defensive looks. You will see whiteboard diagrams and descriptions of four drills for his backpedal progression, five tackling drills used for the defensive backs, and seven coverage drills for 1-,3-, and 5-step routes. Also covered are specific drills for the outside linebackers that concentrate on defeating four types of blocks, pass coverage and tackling. The whiteboard session is followed with on-field video of players executing each drill.

    Stewart also covers group pursuit drills that are done in group sessions with only the defensive backs and outside linebackers. Using this system, your team will embody the motto, "eleven helmets, one poor soul".

    This multiple defense allows for a simplistic approach to a system that will seem complex to your opponent. Your team will spend time mastering simple assignments while your opponent spends time preparing for multiple defensive strategies.

    86 minutes. 2012.




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  • 09/23/18--22:00: Flexbone Offense 3-Pack
  • FD-05333A:

    with Aaron Hafner,
    Olathe Northwest (KS) High School Head Coach;
    former Luther College Head Coach;
    former William Penn University Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach;
    2010 Midwest League Champions; 2008 Midwest League Assistant Coach of the Year

    Coach Hafner's Flexbone attack led the Iowa Conference for five straight seasons (2013-17). During that time his offense ranked in the top-10 of the NCAA D-III in rushing yards per game, including finishing second in 2014. In 2017, Luther set a single season school record of 3,409 rushing yards and also tied the single game rushing record (579).

    The Flexbone offense can win championships at every level because of its ability to run the ball and produce big plays in the passing game. This is your opportunity to learn what makes the Flexbone so difficult to defend!

    Aaron Hafner uses a PowerPoint as well as game film to break down the dynamic run game in his Flexbone offense. The offense is diagrammed against odd and even defenses as well as the adjustments used versus each front.

    The Flexbone has a read key and pitch key on each play. Coach Hafner believes in teaching the entire team both on every play implemented so everyone has a better understanding of the offense and so players will have fewer mental mistakes on game day.

    Three Triple Option Plays

    Coach Hafner uses diagrams and shows several clips of game footage to illustrate three triple option plays. Each play is designed to attack a specific gap, which allows the offense to read a specific player rather than block that player. Hafner shows examples of each play with adjustments against several common defensive fronts, including the 4-3, 6-1, 3-3, 3-4, and bear defensive fronts. You will:

    • Learn the basic inside veer play which attacks the B gap, including how to identify the dive key and pitch key against several different fronts.
    • Learn the midline triple play which attacks the A gap and allows the offense to read a dominant interior lineman.
    • Learn the outside veer play which attacks the C gap and allows for the quarterback to get to the perimeter more quickly. It also allows the offense to attack a tight end side with a triple option scheme.
    • See how Hafner uses formations, motions, and various personnel groups to give the defense different looks while maintaining the same plays for his offense.

    Three Double Option Schemes

    Coach Hafner diagrams the midline, belly option, and counter or freeze option against various defensive fronts, complete with several adjustments to each play. The double option series is designed to attack a specific gap, but only involves the quarterback making one read rather than two. These plays are a perfect complement to the triple option series that form the base of the Flexbone scheme. You will learn:

    • The midline option play which attacks the A gap like the midline triple, but features a give or QB keep option rather than a pitch component. Hafner diagrams this play against several defenses and offers key coaching points for all players to carry out their assignments.
    • The belly option scheme that is designed to look like inside veer, but takes advantage of a hard squeezing defensive end. This scheme gives the offense an extra blocker at the point of attack and can be a potent weapon.
    • The counter and freeze option play which gives the offense a counter scheme while maintaining a pitch phase. Hafner also explains when to use the freeze tag and how it only changes two players' responsibilities.

    Two Non-Option Plays

    Coach Hafner concludes this presentation by diagramming the rocket toss and zone dive plays. These plays allow the offense to get the ball to a specific player rather than having to go through an option progression, and are designed to complement the option series. You will learn:

    • The blocking rules and see several formation adjustments that can be used with the rocket toss. Hafner explains how the play is used to get the ball to an athletic slot on the perimeter quickly.
    • How to run the zone dive play allows the fullback to make one cut based on the reaction of one down lineman. The zone dive is designed to look like the inside veer and can help the offense take advantage of over-pursuing defensive teams.

    Coach Hafner does an excellent job explaining the basic plays he uses in his Flexbone offense!

    99 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05333B:

    with Aaron Hafner,
    Olathe Northwest (KS) High School Head Coach;
    former Luther College Head Coach;
    former William Penn University Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach;
    2010 Midwest League Champions; 2008 Midwest League Assistant Coach of the Year

    Coach Hafner's Flexbone attack led the Iowa Conference for five straight seasons (2013-17). During that time his offense ranked in the top-10 of the NCAA D-III in rushing yards per game, including finishing second in 2014. In 2017, Luther set a single season school record of 3,409 rushing yards and also tied the single game rushing record (579).

    In an offense that utilizes few pass attempts, a great scheme and play action passing game is essential.

    In this video, Aaron Hafner shows how to develop a strong Flexbone passing game that relies on play action passing and high percentage throws. Using on-screen diagrams and videos, Hafner breaks down the basics of his 3-step passing attack.

    You'll see how Hafner uses 30 and 31 personnel to take advantage of a versatile tight end. Additionally, you will discover the benefits of using a 3-step drop and how you can use three types of play action (drop back, sprint outs and boots) to help complement your running game.

    Formations

    Learn how to use 30 and 31 personnel, plus a versatile tight end, to gain mismatches versus a defense. You will learn:

    • How to use 6 formations in 30 personnel, such as: Spread Wide, Spread Mid and Spread Trips.
    • How to use 6 formations in 31 personnel, such as: Spread TE Flex, TE Attached Trips and Double Attached TE.
    • How to gain leverage on safeties by using multiple formations.

    3-Step Drop

    Coach Hafner gives you the keys to build your 3-step drop passing game. You'll learn how to get easy reads for your quarterback and how to get 1-on-1 match-ups for your receivers. Hafner presents the four primary routes used in this offense:

    • The Hitch route and concept; used when the corners are soft.
    • The Slant route; used versus Cover 3 and a great way to attack the curl zone.
    • The Fade route; used versus press coverage, allowing for home run plays.
    • The Down route; similar to the Slant, used versus 2 High coverages.

    Play Action Passing Game

    The play action off of the Inside Veer is the "bread and butter" in Coach Hafner's offense. It is critical to keep the secondary from playing the run only. You'll see how seven route combinations such as Post/Wheel, Slot Verticals and Smash/Corner are used in play action football. You will also see:

    • How to take advantage of an aggressive secondary.
    • How to get your QB on the move to utilize their running abilities.
    • How to sell the rocket toss and inside veer toss to set up your play action pass.

    Coach Hafner details how the use of three variations of play action football (drop backs, sprint outs and boots) can effectively develop your passing game. The Sprint Out allows the quarterback to run if the route scheme is covered. The Boot passing game presents additional pressure for the defense with the use of misdirection to take advantage of the weak side when the defense over-commits to the run game.

    Pass Protections

    Learn how to use three simple protections to have a drop back or play action passing game versus both odd and even defenses. The simplicity of the scheme means few mental errors up front. You will also see:

    • How to block even fronts with man protection and how to block odd defensive fronts with slide protections.
    • How to get your center to make the correct protection calls.
    • How to use fan blocking techniques when doing play action boots.

    This video is a must-have for coaches who want to have their Flexbone quarterbacks make quick decisions, get wide receivers 1-on-1 match-ups, and run simple offensive line protections.

    57 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05333C:

    with Aaron Hafner,
    Olathe Northwest (KS) High School Head Coach;
    former Luther College Head Coach;
    former William Penn University Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach;
    2010 Midwest League Champions; 2008 Midwest League Assistant Coach of the Year

    and Payton Haynes, former Luther College Offensive Coordinator

    Coach Hafner's Flexbone attack led the Iowa Conference for five straight seasons (2013-17). During that time his offense ranked in the top-10 of the NCAA D-III in rushing yards per game, including finishing second in 2014. In 2017, Luther set a single season school record of 3,409 rushing yards and also tied the single game rushing record (579).

    Nothing frustrates or demoralizes an opposing defense more than a running attack they can't stop. The Flexbone isn't new, but it has undoubtedly earned its right to be respected when run correctly. In this video, Aaron Hafner, with years of experience as a Flexbone coach at the college level, shows you how to build a championship-caliber Flexbone offense.

    Offensive Line Drills

    No offense on earth can be productive without the beasts up front. The Flexbone offense requires specific blocking schemes, which means specific repetitions to get your players to execute with muscle memory on game day. Coach Hafner uses a PowerPoint, practice film, and a whiteboard to diagram the offensive line drill progression in the Flexbone offense, including:

    • Chute progression drills to teach the drive block.
    • Double team blocking across the line.
    • Veer releases and how to get linemen to the second level of the defense.
    • Long and short scoop blocking schemes to cut off backside pursuit.
    • A two bag drill to teach linemen how to come off the first level defender and attack the second level linebacker.

    Running Back Drills

    Running backs are the thoroughbreds of the Flexbone, and they need special attention if you're going to execute the amazing triple option. In this portion of the video, you will see:

    • Bag drills for agility.
    • Ball drills for ball handling and keeping possession.
    • Pitch drills.
    • Mesh drills.
    • 2 ball drills for situational football.
    • Full read drills for the triple and double options.

    Wide Receiver Drills

    Some coaches may think that receivers get neglected in the Flexbone offense. Not so! Receivers can be 'home run hitters' by either breaking the big touchdown run with a key downfield block, or by catching the deep ball on a surprise play-action pass. Your receiving corps can be the difference between a win or loss on almost every play. In this video, you will see:

    • Proper stance and get-offs.
    • Cone drills for agility and routes.
    • ABC/Mirror drill for stalk blocking.
    • Slam drill for crack blocking.
    • 3-on-3 drill for quick screens and the general passing game.

    Sometimes, coaches implement an offense without understanding the necessary drill work to make the offense work properly. That problem is eliminated with these breakdown drills for the Flexbone from Coach Hafner!

    87 minutes. 2018.




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    FD-05382A:

    with Lew Johnston,
    Western Branch HS (VA) Football Consultant/Assistant Coach (former Head Coach);
    5x District Champions, 4x District "Coach of the Year";
    former Nansemond-Suffolk HS (VA) Head Coach;
    2015 VISAA Division III State Champions

    High school offenses across the country have taken to attacking defenses with multiple formations and by getting athletes into space. Old school defenses designed to stop power running attacks are no longer sufficient, and simple pass coverages get easily exploited by well-coached quarterbacks and wily offensive coordinators.

    Your modern high school defense needs an answer, and Lew Johnston is the coach to give it to you! Having been mentored by the likes of coaches like Bud Foster (Virginia Tech Defensive Coordinator), you will learn the very best strategies, coverages, and blitzes that will help you dominate offenses on game day.

    Using an informative slide show with detailed instruction and game film, Johnston demonstrates the necessary steps to adapt today's popular college football defense, the 4-2-5 (used by teams like Virginia Tech and TCU), and modify it for the high school game.

    Alignments, Assignments, and Techniques

    Johnston gives you his keys to managing personnel, as well as multiple fronts (odd and even) that will keep your team gap-sound while confusing opposing linemen. Additionally, you'll get stunts that further frustrate your opponent by pressuring gaps before or after the snap.

    To wrap it all together, Johnston provides play calls and communication lingo that will allow your defense to quickly adjust to motions and shifts.

    From Philosophy to Game Film

    Coach Johnston dives into multiple fronts to keep your defense flexible, innovative stunts that can exploit weak gaps on the line, and, provides valuable play calls to make sure you have an unblocked defender at the point of attack.

    You'll get fronts and adjustments such as:

    • Even fronts, standard 4-2-5, "Nickel package"
    • Odd fronts, modified 3-4-4, "Dime package"
    • Proper alignments against spread offenses from doubles, trips and empty sets
    • Split field pass coverage to frustrate QB pre-snap reads
    • You'll also see Johnston use a well-designed slide show presentation to break down each defensive front with diagrams and discussion.

      This video has everything you need to know about defending pass-happy spread offenses. You will learn the personnel, alignments, stunts, and the system of communication that will counter your opponents' spread offense and render their 'athletes in open spaces' useless.

      89 minutes. 2018.



      FD-05382B:

      with Lew Johnston,
      Western Branch HS (VA) Football Consultant/Assistant Coach (former Head Coach);
      5x District Champions, 4x District "Coach of the Year";
      former Nansemond-Suffolk HS (VA) Head Coach;
      2015 VISAA Division III State Champions

      With today's sophisticated offenses, it's difficult to remain set in one coverage and have success. With "split-field" coverages, your team can run two independent coverages on each side of the ball, which puts the pressure back onto the offense.

      In this video, Lew Johnston shares how he utilizes split-field coverages in his state championship defense, which is Johnston's 'Bud Foster/VTech teams'-patterned version of the 4-2-5.

      Split Field Coverage

      Coach Johnston shares all of his split-field coverage secrets, including the best "read-side" coverages, complementary "away-side" coverages and special "trips" and "empty" coverage combinations.

      You'll learn how simple calls off of the release of the number two receiver dictate coverage on the routes. A "line of demarcation" dictates if the receiver is vertical or not. Johnston shares that the "read" side is the strength of the formation and the coverage call is made based on the formation of the receivers. Meanwhile, the "away" side is called for the weak side of the passing strength.

      Dare Opponents to Throw the Ball!

      Johnston details multiple coverage combinations and even some secondary blitzes. These include coverages that will produce double teams on key receivers, "robber" players that take away easy throws, and surprise blitzes that will leave your opponent at a huge disadvantage. There's also explanation on how to best utilize:

      • Quarters coverage
      • Cover 2 scheme
      • Special calls for single receivers

      You'll also see Coach Johnston use a well-designed slide show presentation to break down each split-field coverage with diagrams and discussion.

      Split-field coverage is the answer for defending teams that run spread offenses on your schedule. Coach Johnston simplifies the concept in this easy-to-follow instructional video!

      39 minutes. 2018.



      FD-05382C:

      with Lew Johnston,
      Western Branch HS (VA) Football Consultant/Assistant Coach (former Head Coach);
      5x District Champions, 4x District "Coach of the Year";
      former Nansemond-Suffolk HS (VA) Head Coach;
      2015 VISAA Division III State Champions

      Stopping today's multiple spread offenses often requires blitzing and playing multiple coverage schemes. Keeping the scheme simple is always the key, and in this video, Lew Johnston shares how he does it in his state championship defense.

      Using an informative slide show with detailed instruction and game film, Johnston demonstrates how to attack offenses with aggressive blitz packages and how to use sound, whole field defensive coverages.

      Man Blitzes & Whole Field Coverages

      Over 12 blitz packages that attack every gap are covered by Johnston. He shares the best way to communicate these blitzes with your players in today's fast-paced game. Additionally, you'll see six whole field coverages that make your defense rock solid on both the front- and back-end.

      Coverage rules for how to best use blitzes AND whole field coverage in the multiple 4-2-5 are also provided.

      Send the House!

      Johnston runs through coverages that will have your defense ready to match any offensive pass combination, while also giving you the option to pressure the quarterback through aggressive blitzing. Some of these blitzes include:

      • A gap and double A gap blitzes
      • B and C gap blitzes
      • Secondary blitzes

      You'll also see Coach Johnston use a well-designed slideshow presentation to break down each blitz package with diagrams and discussion.

      The simplistic approach to identifying the blitz scheme is what makes this video so valuable to any coach looking to learn more about man blitzes. Allow Coach Johnston to help you make your defense better this season!

      50 minutes. 2018.



      FD-05382D:

      with Lew Johnston,
      Western Branch HS (VA) Football Consultant/Assistant Coach (former Head Coach);
      5x District Champions, 4x District "Coach of the Year";
      former Nansemond-Suffolk HS (VA) Head Coach;
      2015 VISAA Division III State Champions

      The zone blitz was popularized by the Pittsburgh Steelers and has now worked its way down to the high school level. In this video, Lew Johnston shares his high school version of the Virginia Tech zone blitz he adapted after consulting with Bud Foster.

      Using an informative slide show with detailed instruction and game film, Johnston demonstrates how to dominate offenses with zone blitzing. A favorite of the NFL and of college teams, this sophisticated defensive blitz is easily modified for the high school 4-2-5 defense.

      Zone Blitzes

      Coach Johnston teaches the best defensive fronts for zone blitzes. You'll learn the best "areas" or sides of the offense to attack. Additionally, Johnston provides eight zone blitzes out of multiple formations and gives you the techniques that linemen, linebackers and defensive backs need to find success using the zone blitz.

      Be Aggressive!

      Johnston covers multiple zone blitz packages and even some stunts to keep opposing lineman guessing. These include coverages that will sometimes produce "big man touchdowns" when defensive ends intercept quick game passes. With this multiple front defense, you can install zone blitzes out of:

      • Odd fronts
      • Even fronts
      • Three deep coverage
      • Three under coverage

      You'll also see Coach Johnston use a well-designed slide show presentation to break down each zone blitz in his arsenal with diagrams and discussion.

      Any coach wanting to learn an effective zone blitz will quickly become knowledgeable knowing where to begin by applying Coach Johnston's main points in this video!

      61 minutes. 2018.




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