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Michigan Clinic 2008 Notes

Michigan Clinic 2008 Notes

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University of Michigan Coach’sClinic
Kyle McElvany4/4/2008
 
University of Michigan Football Clinic, April 4
th
2008
Scott Schafer- Defensive Coordinator @ Univ. of Michigan
Philosophy: 
 –21 Personnel= 9 man front –1 Back 1 TE= 8 man front, if they walk someone out, so will we –1 Back No TE= 7 man front –If they add blocker, we add defende –Will backer is best athlete –Basis- master Cover 2 – 3 – 4 and little man-to-man
Secondary Alignments :
 –Halfback: field corner to wide side
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Cornerback: boundary corner  –Strong Safety: SS always to run strength side, TE side, and opposite of FS –Free Safety: formation safety, in 1 back, align to pass strength
 – 
Call 2c overages in huddle, check to best one
 – 
Vs. 22 personnel; we leave CB to boundary side unless best athlete is on other side
 -should threaten 3 LB Blitz at all times
 
Base Defense: Tight 43 Press
 
University of Michigan Football Clinic, April 4
th
2008
Press Techniques (Bump-n-Run) :
Stance:
 –Focus on inside number of WR  –Narrowed base with staggered foot forward –Facemask below numbers –Weight on up foot –Why stagger? Helps eliminate vulnerability to fade –On WR movements; 1- Eyes 2-Feet 3-Hands –Don’t need extremely fast DBs for this technique
Shadow Technique:
 –Kick slide, stay within arms length of WR, shoulders square, make WR declare his intent before you turn –“If his shoulders are high, he is going to fly” –Key WR shoulder height –If his height lowers, so are ours
Why Bump and Run ?:
 –Screws up route timing –Buys time for DL to get to the QB –Forces many patterns inside
Open Step:
 –Lead with knee at 45 angle –Open to release side –Throw arm opposite of release

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