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Aaron Kunz Bullets 44 Defense

Aaron Kunz Bullets 44 Defense

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Bullet’s Four Front Defense

Aaron Kunz kunz@wcusd15.org

Bullet Defensive Techniques
Outside Shades (Odd Numbers)
9 5 3 1 1 3 5

Head Up Techniques (Even Numbers)
6 4 2 0 2 4

Inside Shades (Where it gets a little weird)
7 4i 2i 2i 4i

Bullet Defensive History
• 1999 – 2002
– Split 6 Defense (Assistant Coach) – 15 – 23 Overall record – 25 Points per game allowed

• 2003 – 2008
– 5-2 Monster Base Defense (Very Multiple) – 32- 27 Overall record (1-4 playoff record) – 20.1 Points per game

13 Points per game allowed .3 Points per game allowed • 2010 – 2011 – 4-4 Defense/Bear Front/4-2-5 vs Spread – 21-3: Conference Champs and Back to Back Class 2A Quarterfinals – 14.Bullet Defensive History • 2009 – 4-4 Defense(Under)/5-2 Monster (Over) – 10–2: Co-Conference Champs – 11.

2009 – Looking for Identity Starting point – Right Strength Call R C T W N M F T E $ C .

2009 – Looking for Identity (Cont) • Over call – Sent all d-lineman toward strength R C T W N M T E $ C F .

2009 – Looking For Identity (Cont) • Under Call – Lineman go away from strength T R C W N T M E $ C F .

Weaknesses • Tackles had to be multiple – Play 3 tech and 5 tech • Rovers had to be multiple – Play OB and DE • Over front (5) was more complicated if teams were multiple • Played under 80% of time .

Bullet Defensive Principals • Front four multiple (Stem and Stunt) • Very simple/ Gap control – No confused players = faster players – Easy to adjust to multiple offenses • Strong side and weak side players – Players get a great deal of reps in familiar technique • Bend don’t break – not a huge blitzing team • Zone coverage .

Free safety . Left corner.Bullet Defense Positions • Strong Side – – – – Tackle: Inside lineman End: Outside lineman Mike: Inside linebacker Sam: Outside linebacker • Weak Side – – – – Nose: Inside Lineman Anchor: Outside lineman Will: Inside linebacker Rover: Outside linebacker • Defensive backs do not have strength – Right corner.

Base Defense (Over) A R C N W T M E $ C F .

Over Call Right Strength A R N W T M E $ .

Under Call Right Strength A N R W T M E $ .

Stack Call • Out of a stack call we will either stack strong (over) or stack weak (under) A R N W T M E $ .

Tight Call • Possible to run a tight under or tight stack. R A R N W T E $ M . • Usually ran to a TE side with no outside rec.

Front Stems • Bounce Call – Over bounce: Tackles stem from over to under – Under bounce: Tackles stem from under to over Start in This Stem to This A R N W T M E A N $ T M E R W $ Over Bounce .

Tag • Tackles cross face of lineman on snap of ball – Over Tag (under) – Shown Below – Under Tag (over) A R N W T M E $ .Front Stunts .

Front Stunts .Slam • End (and Anchor if 2 TE) slam from 7 tech to 5 – Becomes a Tight Front A R N W T M E $ .

Front Stunts .x • End (and/or Anchor) cross the face of the TE – Normally done with a OLB Blitz (Shown Below) A R N W T M E $ .

Then Tag A R N W T M E $ A N R W T M E $ .Combinations Stem and Stunt • Over Bounce Tag (Over) – Shown Below • Under Bounce Tag (Under) • Under Bounce (Over) Slam • Many Possibilities Start in This Bounce to Under .

Other Fronts and Stunts • Pinch – Tackle and Nose both play shades • Stack Pinch – Tackle and Nose start in 2 techs and pinch to “A” Gap • Over Head – End plays 8 technique • Strong Tag – Only Tackle Tags • Weak Tag – Only Nose Tags .

Tag. – Limit to a small number each week depending on game plan.Blitzing • Blitz linebackers by names of linebacker – If we want to send Mike we call Mike – Linebacker(s) called to go blitz their gap. – Stunts are created by stunts previously talked about – Bounce. etc. X. . – Possibilities are endless.

Examples of Blitzes • Over Tag Mike • Under Tag X Will Sam A R N W T M E $ A N R W T M E $ .

Pass Coverage – Cover 3 • Cover receivers in area • Don’t cover green grass • Communication is key • • • • • • Out (Quick Out – within 5 yards) Under (Quick In – Routes under ILB) Dig (Deep in – 7+ yards) Dog (Deep Out – 7 + yards) Cross (Receiver crosses 1 deep zone into another) Vert – Vertical Route .

Adjustments to Spread • Do we need to adjust? – Is a team in spread to run or throw? – Do we need another safety in the game? • Is 4 verticals a real threat? • Where are they throwing the ball? • Rover will move back and play safety. – 4-3 Look • Vs Doubles (Cover 2 Read) • Vs Trips (¼ . with Will playing pass strength) .½.¼ .

Defending Spread with Base • Vs Doubles A R N W T M E $ C C F .

Defending Spread with Base (cont) • Vs Trips A R N W T M E $ C C F .

Defending Spread with Spread • Vs Doubles – Cover 2. Cover 2 Man. Cover 2 Bump. Robber A W C N M T E $ C R F .

Defending Spread with Spread (cont) • Vs Trips – Will goes to strength – Play ¼ .½ • To single receiver side – Many Variations A N M T E $ W C C R F .¼ .

org .org • Adam Ibbotson – Inside Linebacker Coach – ibbotsona@wcusd15. D-Coordinator. D-backs – kunz@wcusd15.org • Adam Kershaw – Defensive Line Coach – kershaw@wcusd15.Questions • Aaron Kunz – Head Coach.org • Will Peters – Outside Linebacker Coach – peters@wcusd15.

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