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Iowa State Football Defensive Back Fundamentals. “Hit and Run”. Frank Glazier/MEGA CLINIC Minneapolis, MN. IOWA STATE FOOTBALL CYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY. Intangibles of Defensive Backs: Physicality Discipline (Short Memory) Technician Communicator Playmaker Body Control

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iowa state football defensive back fundamentals
Iowa State FootballDefensive Back Fundamentals

“Hit and Run”

Frank Glazier/MEGA CLINIC

Minneapolis, MN

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IOWA STATE FOOTBALLCYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY
  • Intangibles of Defensive Backs:
    • Physicality
    • Discipline (Short Memory)
    • Technician
    • Communicator
    • Playmaker
  • Body Control
    • Best Athlete’s on the Field
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IOWA STATE FOOTBALLCYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY
  • Effective Practice
    • Have a Practice Plan Sheet
    • Organization/Efficiency (Time Management)

Fundamentals

Tackling

Coverage (Man/Zone)

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FOOTWORK

1. Backpeddle

2. Weave

3. Post-Corner

4. Cross Body Turnaround

Iowa State FootballDB Practice Plan

BOX DRILLS

1. 45 Zone Flip

2. 45 Post Break

3. 45 P.C. Break

4. Out Break

CAGE DRILLS

1. Peddle

2. Shuffle

3. Peddle Stick

4. Shuffle Stick

5. Press Man

TACKLE DRILLS

1. Short Shimmy Shoot

2. Short Angle Shimmy

3. Sprint Shimmy

4. Sprint Angle Shimmy

5. Inside/Outside Leg

6. Rapid Fire.

BUDDY DRILLS

1. Out Break

2. Post Break

3. P.C. Break

SHUFFLE DRILLS

1. 45 Break

2. Straight Ahead Break

3. Cross Body Break

COV. 4 PROGRESSION

CORNERS

1. 30 Cone Drill (Tackle)

2. 1 Threat Squeeze Routes

(Out Cut)

3. Bail Technique

SAFETIES

1. Run Fit / Boot

2. Cut/Double

SAFETIES/CORNERS

1. Reduced Crack Replace

2. ½ Line Reads vs 2 WR

3. ½ Line Reads vs TE/WR

(P.30, P.50, Crack Replace)

COV. 2 PROGRESSION

CORNERS

1. Cliff/Hinge/Exit vs Air (Footwork)

2. Engage/Hinge/Exit vs Release

(1-2 WR)

3. Cliff vs Stalk Block

4. Cliff vs Releases/Quick/ Stalk

5. Press/Hinge/Exit vs Releases

(1-2 WR)

6. 5 Man Sled Circuit

SAFETIES

1. Roll Landmarks Weave w/ QB

2. Roll Landmarks Read QB

SAFETIES/CORNERS

1. ½ Line vs (2 WR) Routes (LB’s)

COV. 3 PROGRESSION

CORNERS/SAFETIES

1. 1/3’s Middle Landmarks Read QB

2. 1/3’s Hash Landmarks Read QB

3. 1/3’s Middle Landmarks vs 4 Verts

4. 1/3’s Hash Landmarks vs 4 Verts

5. 1/3’s Middle Landmarks vs Route Comb.

6. 1/3’s Hash Landmarks vs Route Comb.

7. Bail Technique vs All

8. Squeeze One Threat

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MAN-MAN TECHNIQUES

OFF MAN

1. 30 Cone Drill (Tackle)

2. Weave/Leverage

3. Man Cushion Turn

BUMP MAN

1. Stab/Hands-Feet 9 (7 Man Sled)

2. Stab Recovery (Hip Flip)

3. Mirror Drill (3 Moves)

4. Outside Motion to Shuffle Technique

5. Trail/Throttle (Hips & Hands)

PLAYING THE BALL

1. WR Stretch/Strip Through Hands (Out, Curl, Dig)

2. Hiplock/Playing Ball

3. Trail Play Hands & Eyes

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BUNCH ROUTE PROGRESSION

TANDEM

1. Tandem vs Zone (Shuffle)

2. Tandem vs Man (Deal Out)

Bunch

1. Bunch vs Run (Knife)

2. Bunch vs Zone (Check “Bunch”)

3. Bunch vs Man (Check “Read”)

Corner

S/S

F/S

½ Landmarks

Middle/Hash/Field

½ Landmarks

Middle/Hash/Field

2

Hard (Cliff)

1/3 Landmarks

Middle/Hash/Field

3

Seam on 2: Tight/Displaced

Deep Middle 1/3

Bracket

Cloud

Hard

Hole

Stress

Bracket

Cloud

Hard

Hole

Stress

Bracket

Cloud

Hard

Hole

Stress

4

Seam on 2: Tight/Displaced

Backfield

Dot on 3: Middle Dropper

1/3 Landmarks

Middle/Hash/Field

5

Deep Middle 1/3

Seal

Catch

Bump

High Hole

Catch

(Rock)

High Hole

Catch

(Rock)

Man

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IOWA STATE FOOTBALLCYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY
  • Stance
    • Why is it important?
      • Avoid Wasted Movement

(No Time To Waste!)

  • Alignment
    • A-gap, B-gap, Field B, C10, D10, Apex, 10%, 50%
  • Pre-Snap
    • Be great cheaters!
    • Disguise
    • Leverage
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IOWA STATE FOOTBALLCYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY
  • Backpeddle
    • Pad Level is Key!!
    • Man Coverage
    • All Coverages
  • Shuffle
    • Pad Level Again….
    • All Coverages
  • Tempo
    • Coverage Responsibility
    • Type of Threats
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IOWA STATE FOOTBALLCYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY
  • Cage Work:
    • Shuffle
    • Shuffle with breaks
      • Vertical, Flat, Cross-Body
    • Backpeddle
    • Backpeddle with breaks
      • Vertical, Dig, Cross-Body
    • Safety Tempo Circuit
      • Quarter-Turn
      • “Slow to Go”
      • Absorb Technique
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IOWA STATE FOOTBALLCYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY
  • Eye Progression
    • Zone or Man Coverage
    • What is the issue?
      • Ball (QB) or WR??
  • Route Recognition
    • Match-Up Zone
    • Man Coverage
      • “Move Area”
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IOWA STATE FOOTBALLCYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY
  • Terminology for Teaching
    • Terms that make sense
    • Reduced thinking for players
    • Make the terms flow into one another.
    • Avoiding the phrase: “that’s just what we’ve always called it”
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IOWA STATE FOOTBALLCYCLONE SECONDARY PLAY
  • Tackling:
    • Profile Tackle
      • Leverage
    • Frontal Tackle
      • Shimmy
      • Sprint Shimmy
  • Open Field Tackle w/ Wide Receivers