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Strategies for defending the Wing -T with the 3-3 - John Rice

Strategies for defending the Wing -T with the 3-3 - John Rice

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Coach John Ricezacoach102@aol.com
Strategies for Defending theWing T with the 3-3
 
JOHN RICEJOHN RICEHEAD COACHHEAD COACHEISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOLEISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOLRIALTO, CARIALTO, CA(951) 537-9902(951) 537-9902zacoach102@aol.comzacoach102@aol.com
 
Coach John Ricezacoach102@aol.com
CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES INDEFENDING THE WING T
*IT IS A FOUR BACK OFFENSE12 34
 
Coach John Ricezacoach102@aol.com
CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES IN DEFENDING THE WING T
*IT IS SERIES ORIENTED; EACH SERIES HAS:
OUTSIDE PLAYOFF TACKLE PLAYINSIDE PLAY or COUNTER PLAYPLAY ACTION PASS (TO FLOW, AWAY FROM FLOW)
 
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