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KEAN UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL. How to use an effective ANGLE *DL Coaching Points. S.A.C.K.R.A.T. DL CREEDO. S – stance A – alignment C – charge (GET OFF) K – keys R – reads A – assignment T - technique. VISUAL KEY Shaded NOSE OG 4 tech OG 5 tech OG. PRESSURE KEY Shaded NOSE

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Kean university football

KEAN UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

How to use an effective ANGLE

*DL Coaching Points


S a c k r a t dl creedo

S.A.C.K.R.A.T.DL CREEDO

  • S – stance

  • A – alignment

  • C – charge (GET OFF)

  • K – keys

  • R – reads

  • A – assignment

  • T - technique


Alignmets keys

VISUAL KEY

Shaded NOSE

OG

4 tech

OG

5 tech

OG

PRESSURE KEY

Shaded NOSE

Center

4 tech

TACKLE

5 tech

TACKLE

ALIGNMETS/KEYS


Cavalier front

CAVALIER FRONT

QB

TE

S E N E R

9tech 6 tech heavy 6 tech ghost 9

M W

20 tech 20 tech

$ J

10 -12 yards 10-12 yards


Slide front

SLIDE FRONT

QB

R E N E S

Ghost 4 tech heavy 4 tech 9 tech

W M

30 tech 30 tech

J 10-12 yards $


Gap control defense

GAP CONTROL DEFENSE

  • TECHNIQUES/FUNDAMENTALS for STUNTING with DL PLAY

    • Stunting/Redirecting big chunk of DL play

    • We don’t want to play all game, up & in with OL or be landmarked

    • We try to keep them guessing and keep them on their heels

    • 3-4 defense but we do NOT 2 gap, slant/angle


How to keep them guessing

Scheme of the 3-4

MIXING IN FRONTS

Different directional DL stunts

Cross Face stunts

SO WE are not always LANDMARKED

MIX IT UP

FRONTS

STUNTS

Tandem

SOLO

Cross Face

BLITZ

ZONE

MAN

How to keep them guessing


Angle stunt

Slant (vs. RUN)

FLAT

Change Stance

Feet under us more

Weight placement

Weight on foot/leg opposite of the direction we are going

When to we use it

Anticipating RUN

Run Defenses

Penetration (vs. pass)

UPFIELD

Same stance as Slant

Weight placement SAME as SLANT

USE this with our BLITZ’S

Thinking PASS

Want to get after QB

ANGLE/STUNT


Slant tech

SLANT TECH

With ALL the ZONE Blocking we see – WE DO NOT want to penetrate UPFIELD

If you do – YOU get washed down the LOS

Because OL will get on your back and it is OVER

*they will just keep running you out of the play

1st STEP – FLAT & WIDE

This is why we change our stance

Now you can go side-to-side better with a stronger push off and not up field initially

We want to play the RUN at the heels of OL


Stance

Narrow base

Everything else is the same

Whatever way you are going – put all of weight/pressure on opposite foot

Physically/Mentally

THINKING ABOUT IT

This way you ensure a better/harder Push Off

A Quicker initial Movement

FIRST STEP

FLAT, QUICK , WIDE

Staying low in the direction you are going

Chest over thigh

Pressure KEY – OL you are over

Visual KEY – OL you are stunting to

Visual KEY – is going to tell you where the play is going and your 2nd & 3rd steps

STANCE


Working your gap

WORKING YOUR GAP

  • That’s what it becomes, keeping your face in your gap

  • Now the DL Work UP & IN

  • Separate – with Hands & Arms

  • JUST GETTING TO THAT GAP BY STUNTING

  • As opposed to lining up in it and letting those BIG OL know the landmark

  • Create DECEPTION/make them THINK!


Second step

IF Pressure KEY:

The man/OL in front of you is blocking you- the 2nd step is up field into the OL

We’re talking about cross face – now it becomes the way you teach him to play his gap

Attacking straight ahead or up & into his inside 1/2

Pressure key steps into block you (example)

SECOND STEP

PRESSURE VISUAL

KEY KEY

E

1st 2nd step


Alignment

Tighten Alignment up

So we try to guarantee the FIRST STEPS effectiveness

We talk about ABILITY ALIGNMENT

Whatever they have to take to get it there quick enough

CP’S

1st step WIDE/FLAT

QUICK

Weight on opposite foot

Stay low – flat back

Chest on thigh

Hands up by 2nd step

ALIGNMENT


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Man you ALIGN on is Pressure

Always look at the next OL that you are stunting to

He is going to tell you where the BALL is going

Periph the BALL

EXAMPLE

5 tech or DE stunting to B GAP

Look at OG

KEY OG

IF OG zones away or pulls – now we try and get in the hip pocket to beat cut off

Without stepping up field with our 2nd step

There is still NO need to attack pressure key with 2nd step

Work down LOS with key of OG

Visual tells you what to do with 2nd step

KEYS

E

ABILITY ALIGNMENT – take what YOU need to get there


5 tech with og attacking you

5 tech still stunting B gap

OG at YOU

Must keep face in the B gap

See him on 1st step

2nd step up field NOW to prevent the REACH

He can not allow the OG to reach him and he can NOT end up in the A GAP

Must see/KEY Visual KEY – stepping up field if he zones at you

5 tech with OG attacking YOU

E

DE can not get

reached


Man you re aligned on is pressure must feel him

Can NOT LOOK AT HIM!

Again next OL inside – VISUAL KEY

Visual key will take you to the play and tell you what to do on your 2nd step

So, even if the OT Zones you right away (still 5 tech) must play B gap with our face in the gap – b/c our eyes should be where?

Man you’re ALIGNED on is PRESSURE – MUST FEEL him…

E


3 tech no different

3 tech NO DIFFERENT

Pressure Visual

T

Stunting to A GAP – see the center FEEL the OG – same rule as what we Covered with the 5 tech. Now it is just like a 1 tech (2i) and the rules you would teach them vs. block recognition.


Nose tackle

Playing from 1 A GAP to the other A GAP

CENTER – Pressure

OG – VISUAL KEY

OG will still tell you where the ball is going

REACH block by center in the direction we are going – Must get our face in the gap, fight pressure, keep straining – stringing it out EAST/WEST

Run our feet – fight not to get reached (STRAIN)

NOSE TACKLE

NT


Scoop jump thru

SCOOP/JUMP THRU

Zone/Reach opposite the direction we

Are going – or right at you

NT

Visual – must see OG step at you

So 2nd step is up field, feel some

Pressure by center – try to grab just

Enough to slow down – maintain

Onside A gap – do not allow OG to

Overtake you with his hat/body


With the drive

Going to create “WHIFFS”

OL worst nightmare

More frequent with the DRIVE block

OL tries to come 100 mph off the ball with the drive block or as hard as they can with the 1-on-1 block right over the ball

The deception by alignment with stunting causes the “WHIFF”

The reason we stunt is to create confusion

Now we get our 2nd step up field & we are making the play in the backfield

With the DRIVE…

NT


Sackrat cp s

SLANT STEP or FLAT STEP

1st step flat, wide

Back Flat

Staying low/Chest on the thigh

This is vs. the RUN

Hands must shoot up

Hand placement

Step with the hands

Thumbs up/palms in

Separate on contact

We drill this every day in the chutes

That is our start to the practice day

Get offs – 3-4 x’s

R/L handed stance 3-4 x’s

Slant stance R 4-5 x’s

Slant stance L 4-5 x’s

BOTH we do 1/2 bar and then full bar (ability align)

Then we do the chutes/slant stance with a key/direction at the end of the chute

SACKRATCP’S…


I pass rush downs ii blitzing

A different technique

Up field NOW

45 degree step

Want to get off as quick and as hard as possible

Key the ball

When we bring heat

Getting after the QB

OL now are a little more ‘Pass’ive

Sitting back

Weight back

Tip their stance

Ready to Pass Set

We want to get on them QUICK

We want to get on them HARD

I. PASS RUSH DOWNSII. BLITZING…..


Steps

1st step

Up field

45 degrees with it

Back flat

Chest over thigh

Stance does not change from Slant stance

2nd step (BIG Difference)

Must come through quick, fast, & hard

Bring arm & shoulder, that ½ of the body DIP & RIP

Get on the hip of OL

STEPS…


Working leverage

If he is blocking you:

Getting on him quick is the most important CP

Getting on his HIP working the ½ man philosophy on the pass rush

The 2nd step is the most crucial part of this – why?

b/c the arm/shoulder MUST follow with the

DIP & RIP

Working on the OL with penetration now

IF you do not follow thru – you will not be very successful

Working LEVERAGE ..


Re direct change of direction

RE – DIRECTChange of DIRECTION

  • LEVEL 1 - the football (credit card close)

  • LEVEL 2 - the hip of the center (1/2 YARD)

  • LEVEL 3 – the hips of the other OL (1 YARD)

  • Level 3 is where DL are going to make plays vs. the RUN

  • Any deeper the DL usually run themselves out of the play

  • They have to understand that – as well as REP IT


Re direct

On this Penetration STUNT

DL must be able to change direction…vs. the RUN

If we call at the wrong time based off:

Tendencies (%)

Personnel (%)

D/D (%)

We MUST re-direct

DRILL IT

LEVEL 3 DRILL

GET OFF

COACH 2 yards from DL

Off stunt – need to react off the coach

RUN/PASS

Flatten out or get up field

RE-DIRECT


Pass rush blitz

DL FOCUS more on the GETOFF

To get a GREAT GETOFF – WE NOW KEY the FOOTBALL

To be able to get the PENETRATION we want/need

Then we get to our Visual key

If it is a pass we stay vertical

If it is a run – we talk about flatten out and re-directing

At least giving us a chance vs. RUN

If we stay vertical – we have no shot vs. the RUN

PASS RUSH/BLITZ


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VIRGINIA/cover 3

R

E

N

E

S

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N – visual = OG pressure = center

E – visual = OG pressure = OT

R – visual = OT


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VIRGINIA/cover 3

R

E

N

E

S

W

M

H

C

$

J

N – visual = OG pressure = center

E – visual = OG pressure = OT

S – visual = OT pressure = TE


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VIRGINIA/cover 2

E

N

E

S

R

M

W

C

H

J

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N – visual = OG pressure = center

E – visual = OG pressure = OT

S – visual = OT pressure = TE


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VIRGINIA/cover 2

R

E

N

E

S

W

M

C

H

J

$

N – visual = OG pressure = center

E – visual = OG pressure = OT

R – visual = OT


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VIRGINIA/cover 2

R

E

N

E

S

W

M

C

H

J

$

N – visual = OG pressure = center

E – visual = OG pressure = OT

R – visual = OT


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VIRGINIA/cover 3

R

E

N

E

S

W

M

H

C

$

J

N – visual = OG pressure = center

E – visual = OG pressure = OT

S – visual = OT pressure = TE


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  • We do drills for this everyday

  • In camp – we start with slower progressions

  • As we get closer to the end of camp – ALL the drills we do for the DL are FULL SPEED

  • Simulating how it will be for them in a GAME

  • Everything happens quick

  • Doing it ½ speed will not get them ready

    • Because of the amount of blitzing we do

    • Because every down we are slanting

      • Our 4th rusher is predicated on the coverage and the offenses formation they come out in

      • Every down we could be slanting a different way

      • So, we do drills everyday for that


Coach x

COACHx

  • Level 3 Drill

DL

DL

The drill starts on ball movement. Give the DL the direction of the

Penetration. Now ball is hiked and the coach gives them a RUN/PASS

Read. On Pass they get vertical. On the RUN the coach makes sure

The DL first flatten out with the RUN Direction – let them shuffle in that

Direction and then change the direction to finish the drill. Quick/React


Key drill

KEY DRILL

DE NT DE

Give the OL direction you want them to

Step or work. Give DL your stunt call.

Now you Focus on your

VISUAL/PRESSURE KEY.

Find out where their EYES ARE.


Next session

NEXT SESSION…

  • Tie in, How to CONTROL an Effective Zone Blitz

  • April 21st Saturday

  • CLINIC - $10.00 – 6 ½ hours of football

  • Morning 8-10 am View Spring Practice

  • 12:00 – 5:00 pm CLINIC

    • Demonstration Clinic – Drills 1st 2 Hours

    • 1 hour of Offensive Drills by position

    • 1 hour of Defensive Drills by position

    • Hour and a half – Offensive Scheme

    • Hour and a half – Special Teams Scheme

    • Hour and a half – Defensive Scheme

  • JULY 7th 7-on-7 COUGAR CLASSIC

  • 24 TEAMS (5 GAMES)


Kean university

KEAN UNIVERSITY

  • Dan Garrett

  • Head Football Coach

  • Defensive Coordinator

  • 908 737 0628office

  • [email protected]

  • 2005 DIII AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year

  • 2006 NJAC Coach of the Year


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