BASED ON YEARS 2000 - 2001 ** 138 PAGES of defensive Xs and Os on CD-ROM** 3-3-5 / 33 STACK - Sweeping the football nation! The modern home of this innovative defense - Mississippi State University. Learn how MSU's 33 stack defended the isolation, option, inside & outside zone,toss, counter, sweep, quick passing game, play action, waggle, sprintout, anddropback game in the 2001 season. Blitz, stunt, and slant your way to defensive success. Eat up your competition basedon offensive tendencies. A unique item for any MSU fan and an awesome resourcefor any serious coach. Study the defense born out of of one of the most feared defensive coordinators incollege football history. Joe Lee Dunn is truly an innovator. 1996 was Dunn's 1styear at Mississippi State and, that year, the defense set a school record with 39sacks. In 1998, the Bulldogs held five opponents scoreless on their way to theSoutheastern Conference championship game. In 1999, the Bulldogs had the No. 1defense in the nation. In the coaching community, Dunn's unique approach sets himapart. He began tinkering with the standard five-linemen, two-linebackeralignment while an assistant coach in the mid-1970s at his alma mater, theUniversity of Tennessee-Chattanooga. Instead of rushing seven, he wondered, whatif you rushed eight? Nine? Even 10 or 11? What if you moved around, slanted,slashed, stunted? The answers came in victories and gaudy defensive statistics.