We will employ an odd front as our base defense. Built into our 50 scheme will be complimentary fronts,line stunts and a multiple blitz package. We will also have the ability to play 4-3, 4-4, 6-1, 4-6, 3-3 andNickel fronts within our defensive package.I. HuddleA. Alignment1. The entire defense will face the sideline.2. The Nose will set the huddle 1 yard from the ball.3. The
will align according to the side of the ball they playon.4. The Mike will call the signals and the Dime will align in the front row.5. The FS will also call signals. The Anchor will always align in the backrow, behind the LB.6. The
will align according to the side of the ball they play on andwill be at the end of the huddle.7. The front will bend over, hands on knees, back straight & head up.*NUSMMA M DT DTSIDELINE S WFS D ACB CBB. Huddle Procedure
1. The Nose will set the huddle and call “Huddle.”
2. Once the defense hears “Huddle” there should be silence and all of
the players should see our sideline as the huddle is formed3. The Anchor will give the Down & Distance.
4. The Mike will give the front and the stunt (e.g. „
5. The FS will give the coverage (e.g. „6
6. The FS will say “Ready” and the team responds with “Hit” as they clap
and break the huddle.C. Calling Line Stunts / Complimentary Alignments1. Stunts and complimentary alignments may be called in the huddle in2 ways:a) The Mike may predetermine the side of the stunt by
,” meaning the side of strength or “
meaning the side away from strength.
b) The Mike may say “
,” in the huddle. This
means that the Mike will give direction at the LOS.