Penn St.

University Defense 1996 Jerry Sandusky

PENN STATE'S BASIC DEFENSE

JERRY SANDUSKY

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR

PENN STATE'S BASIC DEFENSE

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Sam - Strongside outside linebacker Backer - Middle linebacker Fritz - Weakside linebacker Qualities: Sam - Most athletic linebacker, combination outside linebacker and strong safety. Backer - Defensive Quarterback, powerful athlete with good judgment. Fritz - Strongest outside linebacker, combination outside and inside linebacker.

L o OO®OO o I E. o I . 5. B.3 0 0 J. Upper body is bent slightly forward and is alert but not tense. From the waist down you should be alert and tense. Numbering of receivers o . In summary. . the boundary rule prevails) when it is on the hash mark and up to 3 yards inside the hash. C. 2. 6.GENERAL DEFINmONS: A. Shoulders square and head and eyes focused on key. feet parallel and at least shoulder width apart. D. Body parts above the waist should be relaxed. 4. 3. Must be determined versus Double Wing and Full T.The ball is considered to be on the hash (open) field call. . Knees bent and weight of the body on the balls of the feet.Side of play into the sideline or away from the strength of the formation if the ball is in the middle of the field. palms facing inside. The side of 2 or more receivers. Hands are positioned slightly outside the knees. Weakside .Side of play to the open field or to the strength of the if the ball is considered to be in the middle of the field. Flanker side: -The strength of the offensive formation.. Boundary rule . linebackers should be in the best body position to move in all directions without drastic changes of body position. Stance: 1. and you should appear confident. Two point stance with toes pointed straight ahead. Stronpide formation. .

4 yards deep. As a result. 4 yards deep. Definite action (fast flow) is determined 1. Fritz . Inside eye of offensive tackle.Strongside. straddle inside leg of tight end. by the following: ball and flow or near triangle (ball.Ali".Weaksidel 4 yards deep. inside eye of offensive tackle. Many times this is accompanied with a go around blocking scheme (Tackle down guard around) . However. The quarterback reverse pivots and both backs come.ments: Sam . Backer . block down) f The quarterback opens both backs come (guard may reach or possibly 0 ~ °9~PO 2. a linebacker must be able to recognize the total play in order to be in proper position. The purpose is to get to the ball as quickly as possible. Basic Principles of Play Recognition: In order for a linebacker to make the proper reaction and to do it as quickly as possible he must be able to see the ball and the flow. straddle inside leg of tight end. many times we talk about reading the and near back).Straddle leg of center to the tight end side. near lineman.

Regardless of any backfield action. The near back is decisive but can also be wrong. Other considerations The guard and tackle usually turn out on the Isolation or Lead Draw. Rationale 1. linebackers must see the total picture. 2. Another back leads the ball carrier into the hole. ~ ~~p . if the guard pulls that takes precedence. if the guard blocks down and the tackle doesn't (blocks out) it is an isolation.3. Anytime the guard pulls. QQ 00 Quick Trap Blocking .One side blocks down (usually a tackle comes down on an inside linebacker). As a result. Additionally. 3. The ball is the fastest indicator but the initial movement could be in the wrong direction. The opposite side guard pulls to trap the defensive tackle. The guard is accurate (doesn't lie) but sometimes is a little too slow. It is also difficult to differentiate between ISO and scoop blocking without seeing the backfield action.

the run A. '!. Action away from tight end Slide quickly to the actionside guard.Ball . As a general rule versus misdirection (Counter) plays the linebackers should not react until they are sure. attack fold block square with inside shoulder and forearm. The linebacker on the side of the pulling guard should shout "guard" to help the opposite side linebacker Techniques vs.Flow Action to the tight end .slide to get even with the offensive guard. The backside guard and either a tackle or a back will pull. Middle Stack a. o c. Backer 1. ready to handle area in C gap outside Sam or Fritz. Be ready to handle the area just outside Sam or Fritz's fill. ~ q > .-" . with inside shoulder and forearm. if possible.Long Trap (Counter) blocking. Play his block square. You can play under tackle's block when guard reaches our tackle. Key . The tight end will usually come down on the inside linebacker. b.

Note: Sam or Fritz should spill off tackle plays to the outside so that the Backer can play over top. d. Isolation - attack. lead blocker square. Sell out or play with inside shoulder and fore ann.

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Trap - Stay alert for tackle or guard's down block. Beat him, if possible. If guards pulls away, slide, ready for tackles down block. Attack the area, ready to gi ve off versus tackle's down block.

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Sam and Fritz 1. Split End Side a. b. Key the near triangle Action to you - Attack the B gap. Play according to the blocking scheme and play of the defensive end. Start straight up the field. Attack a lead blocker or make him miss by setting him up to the outside then coming under to the inside. Make the play or make it bounce deep and outside. If you take on the blocker.attack him with your inside shoulder and forearm then immediately come off the block to the inside.

H tackle blocks down, replace the end tightly in the C gap. Keep everything as tight as possible. Stay square, play with inside shoulder, inside foot forward. Make it bounce then be playable to it

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Action away - Attack over guard on slow run action to the tight end, play cutback. Keep on inside shoulder, take on opening.

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Action away - Attack the guard area. Realize what has happened to the tackle. Attack an opening, keep everything on your inside shoulder versus scoop for cutback.

15 yards deep....flanker.:t .. / F • \. Ball in the middle 1) .It ... .i ..Outside veer . twelve yards deep. . e. 2) b. Pitch vs. ·1 .OB. Note: For every two yards the ball moves the zone moves one yard..:~ Ball on the hash mark ..'. Middle is in the middle of the field.~ A. If tight end blocks down.~:. o o o - Pass Coverage . Curls are one yard inside the hash. 2 Deep Zone vs.tt' _-. &. tight end . ._. .c . 4.s J..\~ .i .. QB to Pitch.~ Zone Pass Drops a.. down the line option. d. 14ID.. Option assignment . . o e oooioo C"ac. 1.. tI J.

If receiver runs an under. Pro Set 0 Co 000 ®OO f \ c. Curl techniques Retreat laterally to the curl zone. (!\J1f.AT c L. 0 \. Weak Curl is three yards outside the hash. 12 yards deep. come off the curl and play up to the under. &.". oo® .1) Strong curl is three yards inside the hash.. F&. 2) 3) c.d Middle Technique Retreat laterally to middle zone. Quarter Coverage vs. "-OK" 111D • . 12 yards deep. he is the first threat. Middle is five yards inside the hash. If he goes flat. Sneak a peak (glance) for a number one as you go to the curl. Jam and push #2 (who is an immediate threat to a 2 deep safety) wide to the curl zone. #3 becomes the next immediate threat. B. Look for #2 receiver. - ~/. 15 yards deep.

1. Hook to Middle Pass Drop Retreat the hook area (the area directly in front of a normal tight end 10-12 yards deep). head for the opposite hash. Run with any receiver that goes flat and up. 2. \ HO.tc. Hang in the wide curl then play up to anything that shows flat. H the tight end goes flat. Match up with the tight end in the hook area."· a e . hang in the middle area and be alert to handle #3 down the middle.. Curl to Flat Pass Drop Get width toward the wide curl area (curl plus 2-3 yards). to C 3 Deep 4 Under versus twins o o ! e o OO~OOO 11 r Ccl. If ball is on the hash.

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.. ~ . Blocker pull away .o .. . .~ • .Drive Block. BLOCKS (SqrnvrEl m RECOGNIZE AND BEAI Trap. ..block back or reach. Screen.:ill. Bootleg.. Influence . Lcg(Lcad) Overthrow Fold Inv. ~ Drive l ~../6 r.Draw. . _ . '.Trap ./ 0.Drop Bad: ...! Base Block Reac._.~ 11 ?~ Kick out "- 0 J --.{ OutBlk ~ BIle Bas:.~ .? Zone ~~® A 9-9-0 ~" :t ... Cutoff. A Saeen Boot ~ Kickout Q a . A J / . Zone blocldng. .~ Dro~Back Smint Out ~- -- 8 o~ r.. q_. Blocker pull outside .~ • .. q ft. Fold 0 Flock '. Double team. Down Block. \. ~ r-: <. i -t .Down block or influence trap..Play Action. I Down Blk d ~~ r- Oy--O q~y ...\: C1!>~ /'. Sc:oop Draw Infiuence I . A .. 8 ~" ~ . Pass . ooa r-.1\ .' Cutoff Double . Scoop. Fold Invert Fold Flock.1.' . Cut Block. Bi\SE . Reach. A.

Unselfish . Strength. . 6.do his job others may make the play.li. Athletic ability to maximize performance and compensate for less strength. Mentality to dolninate and punish opponents.Be a Big Hitter. Toughness Competitor. Quick feet Quick hands.The tougher the challenge the better he plays. 2.Love a Tackle .rush pass. Hard Worker.thletic awareness of wba:t is happening.t:i. Loyalty (Trust Ability to shed . Ability to stay focused. Love to Win Qua.a. Ability to come off blocks.esof a Defensive Lineman 1. 4.. Ability to change direction.. Judgment . Ability to put picture schemes together and read:. 3. . 5.

.-uque.AccordiDg to defensive alignment and technique. Alignments ..3 point stance .. ACXOldiag: iO block eX ofieEtsive man and or blocking Key. Responsibility . Pass Rush Lane . Ball/Or Offensive man aligned on or next to him ac:cording to assignment and or situation. - .. sc:helne.§tight stagger to instep.. t. Gap alignment.. . ..Defensive Lineman Stance Inside Lineman . Beac:tion .. Parallel . Shade outside or inside.3 point stance.Inside or outside respoIlSlbility) Wide-Loose alignment TIte Inside alignment . Outside llneman . Accorc:img to cWeRSive assignment and tec:.. Nose (Head up ..i.

.E 2NDEFrORT MENTAL ALERTNESS PHYSICAL TOUGHl'JESS TRANsmONAL MOVES . AND ASSICNMEN'IS TO MASTER STANCE AUGNMENT ASSIGNMENT BLOW (BLOCK. YOUR VALUE TO OtJR DEFENSE IS IN DIRECf CORRELAnON NEARNESS TO 1HE BAIl.J:JW BLOCK DESTRUcnON HIGH BLOCK OESIRUcnON OPTION REACTION AND EXEamON PASS RUSH TA. OESIRUCTION) SHEDDING PURSUIT TACI<I. 3.. S. . • i i REGt1LARLY EVALUATE YOURSELF IN 1liESE AREAS.CHANGE OF DIRECTION TO YOUR f" • 10 r I" i: .. 2.TCE OFF EXPLOSION KEY READ-REACT HUsn.ING 6. 4..PENN STATE FOQTBALL "DEFENSE" IS OUR GAME DEFENSIVE LlNE -wINNINC'" IS OUR AIM DEFENSIVE TECHNlQU§ 1. WHAT YOU DO 100AY WILL WIN FOR US IN !HE FALL' • MASTER/EXECUTE )'OOR JOB DESCRIPTION .. LATERAL MOVEM:ENT PO'WER BAS}:: BACK PEDAL (BALANCE) I... 7..

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Double Team . If you feel the double team by tm guards alignment or quicldy on the first step then play out into it U splitting the seam drop inside shoulder and drive through the gap stay as low.h . Pu. Play intc the down block and if there is a seam try to split it. D. Must not be d. You must ~ ext::a ~re -from your inside hanc. 1 on 1 Bteele: A.eor." gap. You wiD also be abie to fee! the or.'g across the center ~e (but don't go 50 fast that you can't protec your gap on a cutback.":0 ::'·:.ng square. 4. Be able to protect the MAW gap to the side of your alig:nmenL 2. stay". 3 point slightly staggered stance with the inside hand down and straddling the outside (near) leg of the center.e ole. B. worici.o'v·e::-e. Ball goes away fromyou..:"t the pr~ure of :he block.t and close back fast on plays away.a:i. Make a pile or seat roll out as a last resort."'SUe on all flat outside plays.pressure of the block squee%ing ind.Playable either way.-ive off the ball.ng the center (or post bloclcer back and creating a seam you can slip) clrive your hlps past the C!nter getting thin while pulling him with your outside hand and swimming past him. 3. B. C. .:e=.. Step with inside foot control the center's head and protect the near the c:nter under his pads. Drive hirn cae. :. "¥lAw Stance • Alignment A. Drive Contro'l the ~t-. .!' wi:. ana make the pta"y. and ~ the C!!1ter off the linebacker.. as possible.Guard blcx:ks down A. Do not get knodced off LOS. in you."'tg the fee:. F!g. keep your feet moving. A. If he blocks the backside linebacker you must make the tackle. maintain leverage on t."lt f o you: near guard as he bec::lmes your first ?riority as a secondary pressu. By driv. Keep your feet moving.-e peL'" or key.positionNrr 1. M_A. Tw off deliver blow into the c:ente!" and beat the 1 on 1 block. The ball CHand) and the head of the ~ter."'e c!!':.ae~le. Reactions. S..fight.. Responsibility: • A" gap to the side of your alignme:l. Slide YOur area of rest)Cnsfoilitv and vou an able to coC".~your defensive bicck.

and Guard pulls away A.. Beat his Control the 1.:sn :.. C.~~a. Keep feet driving through the block.ss .. Fight into and through the centers block block... Fight across the centers face:.' . aossing his face.' . E. (for) behiru::l the center back. B..aM as soon as 'OaS5 r-...~ ::y ::he center anc the read of .~ block hee or high ha..~te:" ~::ntC eass r-. D.w'Q as you beat the block) reac. Don't give ground.ac shows.05. Only go back doer if pinned. Block Bad:.9. Play same as a drift block back 10.:he :ni::faI reac ::Juici Ore a the same is a reac.. he g". t c:.'" ?a5 vS. Take off attack: the c:.. spr.. (~ or pest snap :-eac sho-. Pass Rea':' A.

1lc2 off attac:. . E.. T. sprint out pass • :. Back and Guard pulls away (for) behind the center A.. Blod:.. B. Play same as a drive block back 10.OS. :eac oulci be the same is a reac:\ block head or high hat by the :e:tre: anc. Keep feet driving through the bloclc.!! ini daJ. Don't give ground. (pre or pest snap :ad sho~ pas vS. Pass Read A. as seer. aoss:ing his Cac:e. Fight across the centers fact.JSn lane. D. Beat his block. Fight into and through the centers block back.!ad ::he g'~ as you beat the reach bleek) or " . Only go bade door if pimIed.9. Control the I. C. as ~S5 :-eac: shows.\the ~"lt'e r-~:nto eass r.:. :he :..

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Constrict the hole and do not get tur.S."'tt the pressure of his block. 5. Stance • Alignment A. Key: B gap. and feel the offensive tac!de.. 2. Offensive guard..)uble Team .lT (pre read or on snao) v'Cu can ?~y out into it. Maintain B gap leverage until you beat the blockt!' and locate the ball. can create a seam to ~t through and enable you to only have to beat the down block.. . to OCC'.~ the face and hands. D.ight upneid attacking wi:. 1 en 1 Block .l-te: gap stay as low as ~le.. .~vcg'~ard.'fd drive through t. baD.'. -wa" Alignment stagger.. .. Responsibillty.en:. ~t penet:"ation. 4. depending on the plac:~&.Position TIE Technique 1. Explode and step with your inside foot st:r:l. t. 1st beat !he or. 4. -•• Take off beat the post blocker (the Gl. or to If 'YOU ~ tit<! dr.or blodcs down on you.are) 1 en 1 not ~tt::'Ig knocked err. Stay ~ 1.:.. Take off.. ball. Keep your feet moving Work tNough· off the outside shoulder of the offensive guard. 3. :'" -. rJ...·. Plav out into the down block of the oiiensive and if the!e is a seam ev spUt it. B·. 2.-. e."Ie LO."led out.~~ ij possible."'. Make a pile or seat rolls as last resort • stay on the LOS.e t. not drive off the 6. Reaction: A..~iucX of tne (lr::. Vs.rot:ghhs head staying square to the line of sc::immage don't go around block.. F~ turnout pressure close to the insic. Inside rusher. fig.. Take off and iig.s :3.Guard drive bilXks you. ."t our through the pressure and C"Osshis :. By beating the guard.. AttaclCng and beating the offensi-J'e guard.s block a seam is created betw~ the CG a:nd or you on slip (c:irive) your hips through the seam or shuffle yourself through the hole pulling the OG with· you outside and or swimming past him. 3 point stance with inside hand down and slight Straddle the outside leg of the offensive guard. In splitting the se3lnr drop you: outside shouldc a. the down block.t of the or head.

Guazd puBs away . 2.s. 3. Ride squeo. _. control of the B gap. and maintaining leverage and. Constrict the h. .ole. Must beat the blocl:.ttac. Beat the guards head and block by exploding and driving your hands into the blocker.be ready for a block bad: by the back or center. wide scoop means a wider play. F. If he comes off low. Look inside • both guards and tickle pull away think swee? or counter n? away. attack with. Scoop Block • Ball A way from your assignment 1. The bade may block. Pursue down the LOS.ze him as you a. Get under the backers pads and following through versus the high block controlling the LOS. (cut you) with counter action away.C. ~ the feet moving to prevent the aT from cutting your legs. T . ~ Also be ready for a block back by the center Clnvert fold} tight across his face if possible.~ inside. accelerate the feet"and squeeze him flat down the LO. o~ 2. Guard Pulls Inside Away 1. your hands into the blockers shoulder and head gear not letting him into your feet and controlling the B Gap. Great take off ~stepping with your inside foot will help beat the block and prevent getting hooked· reached. and take pursuit angie according to your assignment. Drive your feet upfield. back by the center. Quick scoop means a tighter run play and.. D. t!O~ ~ T 3. Keep your outside arm locked out. The depth of the pu!! will assist in telling yon the typeofpJay. BalI goes away you. Reach (Lead Block) 1. Take off upfield getting your hands into the blocker if possible. Ii the ball goes outside work upfielci. must pursue ~pressure down the LOS. ~ T :. - 4.

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Malee a pile or seat roll 6. as a last resort. 1.5. outside shoulder of the QT. If you feel the down block of the r::: is to occur (pre-read on snap). Vs. Contain rusher unless a rush outside of unless a pursuer outside of you. C Gap. Keep your feet moving.e ban. Stay as low as possible. with the triangle face and 1 on 1 Block . 1.TIE . Be able to see the ball Straddle the outside leg of the offensive tackle. • Reaction: A. You can play out into it.. Don't get turned out.off the 5. 4. B. 2. 3. Feel tum out pressure close to the inside through his head staying square to the LOS. Take off beat the post bloc-leer(the 2ckle). Stay on the LO. H splitting the seam drop your outside shoulder 3. Explode on movement of the OT down hand and head or th.. LO. Contain pursuer Key: Offensive tacld. B. 't. 3 point with inside hand down slight stagger. the down block fight out through tae pressure and cross his face Iipossible . Explode step with your inside foot attacking hands.we Technique 1. When beating the taclde's block if a seam is created between the OT and TE you can sUp (drive) your hips through the seam or shuffle your self through the hole pulling the or with you outside and or swimming past: him.e .depending on the piace. Could be tighter depending on ability of C technique player to defend the C Gap.'Ilent of the TE's head gear.Technique . Maintain C Gap leverage until you beat the blocker and locate the ball.Ball. Stance . Attacking and beating the offensive tackle can create a seam to get through and or enable you to only have to beat the down block of the iE.S. 7.. off t.Alignment A.'e 2. Responsibility: you. Constrict the "B" Gap. 0S The double team could be a team block with the tight end of offensive taclde blocking the linebacker. Play out into the down block of the TE and if there is a seam try to split it. sF t:.tadcJe drive blocks into your take off and fight the pressure of his bioc:k.. Double Team -l'E blocks down to you. Work through . - . Stay square. Do not go around his block. 1st beat offensive tackle. and drive through the gap. 1 on 1 not ~tting knocked.

you ~~ Ji... ~. 2. Inside scoop me3nS tight run play. a~S Tackle Pulls Inside A.ze) him as you attack inside and upfield... . Ride (Sque-=-. Constrict the '13" gap.for a block back by the back or gaard.) be ready for a block back by the (Invert fold). Iiball goes ou~ work upfield. -ay ~=-_. and maintaining leverage and control of the C Gap.reached. If you Thi:nlc ha"" eontain.how you .'"'IOW if you have contain or not . Scoop Block .. k. Tackle pulls away be ready'. E 2. Pursue down LOS. p The taclcle pulls away (shallow to LOS... Keep· the feet mo\-ing to prevent the TE from cutting your legs. Reach (Lead Block) 1.roth guard and tackle pull away think sweep or counter =a? away. Beat the head and block by exploding and driving your hands into the blocker. Wide scoop means a wide play. Drive your feet upfield. Ball goes way you must pursue to the ball.stepping with your inside foot will help beat the block and prevent getting hook .. U he comes off low attack 'With your hands into the blockers shoulder and head gar not letting him into your feet and controlling the C Gap. • "l mus' be '""" the QB is dean as you d>ase _tam. Keep your outside ann locked out. Look inside . POg. 0. and take pursuit angle according to your assignment. The depth of the pull will assist in telling you if it is a wide play away from you or if the guard is going to block back on you. Take off into the tackle getting your hands into blocker if possible acce1enting the feet to cover him flat down the LOS... FI . 'C 1. D. _~ F. Wide scoop mean wide play. Fight aaoss the face of the hIm out block ex..Ball away from your assignment 1. Great take off .C. The back may block (Colt you) with count action away.. Get under the blockers pads and following through versus the high block controlling the LOS. 4.

.otherwise make sure the QS is dean.i. Whe. Tackle release inside· 1.. 2. If you have contain do not wrong arm.1.1:. Iiyou have a rusher outside or you . Try to prevent a clean release to the inside.> Look for t.5. YOW' 4. P1ay sprint out pass as a reach and over throw Oltbaclc. Cose hard to the inside . you can't get lost inside). (If you have contain. ~ ~ 1.hit the OT if possible as you close and constrict.e b. the offensive tad:l. Trap the tapper. Do not go arou. II vou 5e! !to. Get as low as possible.a.~ 1.y trap teciWqae according to assignment.u:::the trapper.. . know if you have responsibility. You can also read the depth of a pull to you for a kick or log. Tackle pulls to your outside Take off into the taclde as ~clcle pulls outside step out and look insice to read trap and be prepared to beat the down bloclt. you can rush red:less. Don't be driven down inside of off the ball. retrace your tracks. Fight pressure. bootleg. See the ball tackle it .Il or bloclcer cooUn£ out your side react back out to the down blOcx. you whether to attack and/or constrict from the H.d or a bleeker coming out to you. P'. oi t.G.e ball ar. hold your ground. <:< 80 o~ E. Pass Tm Off .e influence b10dcs he usually setS deeper and releases deeper outside.. assignment will tell outside."l.. V s.of the TE. attack the trap and trapper tHe as possible to the LO.. Attack low and him through his face.. 3.

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Key: Ball • TE or slot. Lock ou t your outside ann while exerting pressure upfield. Stay square Locating the ball. Reach (Lead Block) OOOS the LOS.ive oif £tiet '{'000 c. Could be tighter or side according ability and assignments. Do nee g~t d.. If possible use your hands to keep the TE ott inside defenders."'Ig with in the sternum... 3.. 2.itch. option (unless in a Sv. Do get hooked. Stance. stance. with possible tilt to be able to the pIave:-s J Straddle the outside leg of the TE. U you have contain. Versus option outside veer· QB . as he has no power upfield. If the blocker log blocks you. not E a. use your hands to keep the blocker flat and facing the ball deep. B. Crash Read = OV. Constrict your area as fast as you can by not opening a big seam. 1 on 1 Block· the TE block into you take off and fight the pressure of his block. Look inside. TE releases inside V (Crash Read) • Oase hard inside to constrict the -C" gap. Position "'E" "WO'" Alignment and Technique 1. the pitch). Contain rusher ve!SUS Responsibility: the pass unless a blitter outside of you. By flattening him. Q~P vs.Pitch· according to assignment. Explode into the TE with your inside foot attlclci. Be aligned..Q Switch = Pitch-Q .. Maintain "D'" leverage.. -I. If he comes off low attack with vcur hands into the blockers shoulder and head gear not letting him into your and controlling the "'D" gap. Attack the blocker if' you do not have contain you attack the kick out block by a~ him and getting under the blocker forearm. Ii the ball goes outside worle upfield. Reaction: your hands and fac~ A.by exploding your hands into the block. Beat the TE bloclc. Look for a blocker coming at you from the inside. out you can shed him.~. _. Versus tum out block fight pressure and constrict the hole.alignment A. attack and <:OnStrict keeping outside leverage. 0 Gap. 3 point slightly staggered to see the ball.

play all blocks from the outside in. Vs. ' .attack with your hands flatten him out staying square and EN. and make IMMEDIAm. I o Oe . Ctr. Yom assignment tells you ii you have QB or Pitc. E.Piu:h on the option .show you are the contain rusher unless involved in a pass rush game that would take you underneath... l E 008 Ii the blod:er works your (body balance) to throw him deep and you a>me under to the inside . Work up the nelc. If in a wi~e switch alignment.YOt! W:ST upfield past the QB. i(eep the release tight C!-3 slides). dose the seam vs.y WOR!< UP FIELD and re-establish new containment the sack.. TE Axc. Unless the TE blocks and hook U'O action the QB-Pitc.. . . You have contain vs..~. Constric:: as much as possible but able to contain and take the pitch on the option. (When appropriate can us ""Spin Techni. use your hands and momentum.. Trap ~ Force ball deep same as kickouL Don't let it spliL D.!) • Arch release Pit6.".que. Pass .Log .. Attaclc up into the blocker maintain X Block ~Playas kick out. sprirlt out force contain the QS. -.") . pass unless a rusher outside of you. down blocks but have outside responsioility .intaining outside leverage. '. and constrict the QB as much as possibie.Play as Low over throw block. releases .. Throw the blocker off and work upfield.

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SECONDARY COVERAGE TOM BRADLEY DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD COACH .

~/ '1 'I! STRNG CORNER lECHNIQUE ALIGNMENT STANCE KEY RESPONSIBILITY Deep 1/3 7 Yds.. .DEEP 1/3 ALLEY POINTS COACHING PASS: WIDE CURL TO FLAT ~LIJE Z T1-IREATS FLY FLAT VS..: . VS #1 J-ER) Invert Zone SAFETY Deep Middle 1/3 12 YDS....50% OS-#3-#2-#1 RUN TO: FORCE RUN AWAY: FOLD FORMATlON 170% .. ---"_ . RUN: AlLEY PASS: DEEP MIDDLE 1/3 OS-#2-#1 RUN TO: LATE CONTAIN RUN AWAY: CUTOFF PASS: DEEP 1/3 I RUN TO: LATE CONTAIN RUN AWAY: CUTOFF PASS . :.- -..._ II. c : . CORNER Deep 1/3 sxs 5 YDS.1.' - . c: ... .e " . .30% ca FEEL THE REC. .:: ~ loS 7~ t:-. 7 YDS.c' e. 0.E. .... T ON HARD LCOK OUT AND 3 STEP TALK TO USiENFORSC H:M:I zs T. - < _. '" .~... SPLIT WEN<.~. OIS #2 T.... -:.:. 2 X 5 AND BACK PEDAL CANES.. - CA c: ..2 X 5 70% .. ~ _- . .._ _ -. SPRINT ME.. .Cx:O _ 0J. ._" -~ .30% 70. . -'-.. ...__ '10 . . lIS #1 T. ! .. . . . Co .-_.30% Q. CLUE f\OlES: R. c: C' -"""- . . '.E. . ~ C _.E. ('.8. .:..-#2 41 50% ..-.. --~-3 DEEP COVERAGE o £ T 0 oo®oo --r 'Z.._ '..".

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.. Oct... 1.. Sept... Sept. Nov. USC LOUISVILLE Sept..•...CONFERENCE 1996 PENN STATE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Aug.. Sept. 25 7 Kickoff Classic (Meadowlands) .. Oct. .~ __ 14 21 28 NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Temple at Wisconsin at Ohio State PURDUE IOWA at Indiana 5 12 19 I r I i 26 ...2 16 NORTHWESTERN at Michigan 23 MICHIGAN STATE .. Oct.. Nov.. Oct. Nov.

PENN STRTE DEFENSE Jerry Sandusky .

"Defenders" hve an inner belief in themselves and each other. Defense means awareness. A great defensive team is an offensive unit.. not talk. and finding a way to stop their offense. "Defenders" are able to adjust. . An aggressive defensive unit can frustrate an opponent with a great goalline stand or ignite our offense by creating good field position. They should move easily. Defense means speed and quickness. Defensive players prepare through action. It's a chance to dominate." Defensive players must be in superior condition. "Defenders" must be able to strike quickly and move rapidly.. making the opponent pay for each gain. Philosophy To have a great football team you must have a strong defense. They must have the inner strength and determination necessary to control the opponent. under control and able to change directions. rising to the occasion._--.the cause." to be part of a special group who must defend our territory. to maintain control even in the most emotional circumstances. They must not relax at any moment. It is an honor to be chosen as a "defender. _ . Defense means poise. play and practice hard even when they are uncomfortable. Defenders exhibit a relen~less spirit. punishing ball carriers. Defense means pride. they are fearless.. forcing turnovers. They study the opponent and are aware of the various situations as they arise during a game. _ PENN STATE DEFENSE 1. A"defender" must devote himself to . Defense controls the tempo of each game. hit with great force. Great defensive players know what is happening. "Defenders" are competitive. Defense means dedication.. be smooth and fluid. Defense means toughness. They have paid the price together and have worked too hard to falter. It is easier to be consistent on defense. Defense means confidence. and scoring points. able to go full-speed on every play. they are not fooled by the same play twice. playing aggressively.·f -_. They must be able to handle difficult situations. an opportunity to play with great emotion and enthusiasm. Defensive players must not crack under pressure. have . They recognize and react to the pressure of blockers.

5. 3. Tackle for a loss.grade each player on every play A. C. Study the game and each opponent. 4. B. assignment. . Ir I. II. neutralize the blocker. 3. Tackle well. 8e fundamentally sound. D. ball is going to be.- faith. and stronger. Individual Performance We will be as strong as our Defense starts with each individual.react to blockers and blocking schemes. Anticipate where the. 2. A. Evaluation of individual performance . Take the proper angle to get to the ba carrier. Alignment and assignment . 8. Extraordinary plays (bonus prays).- . Proper execution· they get a+ or • based on their alignment. Develop physically . 2. 1. then do it. 1.determine whether or not they are a factor--a facto indicates that they either made the play or made it possible for someone else to make the play. Protect yourself . faster.know what you are supposed to before the ball is snapped. C. Work on pass rush and coverage techniques. R::cover a fumble. Develop proper practice habits. Movement and pursuit . C:~ use a fumble.react quickly but do not waste eft: or get overextended. Production . not delusions.work to get quicker. weakest individual. and play. Each individual must do everything he can to become a better player.

Staff A. 7. versus a pass. G H responsibilities. of fronts.4. in terms 5.. Analyze of selection and development that we've had. Take proper rush lanes to the quarterback Execute pass coverage Know option assignments. get to the ball and gang tackle. 3. Decisions The methods 1.. 4. Make things happen -.In order for a defense to be successful function as a coordinated unit. E Know who has contain. Bat a ball that causes Block a kick. Score a touchdown. Analyze our personnel Analyze the types of offenses that we will have to defend. of a particular package: V. C. Intercept a pass. Must understand what we are trying to accomplish fit into the total picture. not create seams and take proper angles to get to the ball. 2) everyone gives an all-out effort. an interception. Team Performance . 3) we anticipate and are not afraid to take a chance. the problems 2.. Must keep relative position to one another.big plays occur when: 1} everyone does their own job. 5.· ... Make a critical play. -. and perimeter support. do not go around blocks. . to handle Develop a broad base to provide enough familiarity an entire season.. . (what we can do best). IV. Hustle._. it must and how they 8. A. D. S. 8. Develop continuity within the package coverages. F.

It should be logical. The opponent's strength (what they do best). Staying general enough in our thinking that we are able to get a feel for the game and what is actually happening to us Trying to avoid getting so wrapped up in particulars that we cannot get a feel for the total picture. Our defensive scheme (multiple fronts and coverages) A. c. Offensive tendencies. 3. d. Certain types of defenses and coverages are better suited to defend against various types of offenses. what we then would anticipate them doing against us. a Areas of the field·. 2. We must be able to defend a variety of offenses. Short yardage situations. B. It must be sound. Down and distance situations (especially pass downs). what our opponent has done. (Presented in a manner that the player: understand and are able to learn). The opponent's type of offense (formations. style). b. It must be flexible enough to handle various types of offenses and situations which might occur. VI. Defensive scheme .a plan A.a The development of specific game plans is based upon: 1. B. Analyze what we've done in certain situations. that we anticipate. C. V It. (Style vs. . Adjustments Goal line. etc. plays.

.. of our defensive package: Do what we know Designed to best utilize our personnel. C. Must be good in goal line and short yardage situations. a b. Is safest... a b. 3. 4.. . 6... a Using regular defenses. 7.." Does contain some force defenses in order to make something happen. 2. Emphasizes a sound concept.. Provides more of a chance for a big play. Involves baslcatly zone pass coverage.. C. The characteristics 1.--.--.--. D. .. Starts with a base defense in order to begin teaching and handling basic offenses.. A wide variety of defenses is developed and a specific scheme is drawn from this package in order to defend a certain offense. c. strength. 9. and giving ground sparingly. Neutralize an offensive Rush the passer. especially if we can't line up in our basic defense..~ Change the game (create a loss). ... 5. 8. Contains sufficient flexibility to defend various types of offenses.-._.------. ~ . There are more people reacting to the ball and not getting run off by the receivers. but not giving up the "big play. . Is primarily made up of read defenses. staying safe.".._ --~-.. Provides the best run support..

Defensive Ends a.Similar to the Sam except possibly a little stronger and a little better pas rusher. He's a combination outside and inside linebacker. Best pass rushers. d. Exceptional athlete. a b. Combination outside linebacker./l res: b. strong safety. c..Htl. smart player). Fritz . Solid run defender. Strong enough to be able to play on a tackle. CocI.. . Strong enough to play the run. I 3. forces in the middle. Disruptive most active very big people. Most mobile big men. c.Strongside outside linebacker. (Left and Right) b.. Strongest. inside-out player. 4. Tackles a b.Middle linebacker Backer a b. Sam . Developing special defenses..v G j_ I3E'AMt D£F.O. a~hletic enough to play the #2 receiver in twins or trips. Athletic enough to be able to contain sprints anc boots and play the option. Personnel o E ooo®oo T T E o F B c 5 1. Quarterback of the defense (Alert. good tackle 5. • 2. .

o o o E oo~ooo ~e T B r E F F Three linebackers scheme excellent for cutbacks. to . H Fronts and adjustments.E. bright and a good athlete. 8. athletes. Read on the run. . Sam' and Fritz are attackers (Fill unless end crashes).A versatile football player. Twins. 1. underneath and deep pass coverage as well as some man to man. Front slides the tight end. Corners (Left and Right) . strength of formation). 7.The center fielder. Free Safety . Four front people are in leverage positions. He aligns to the strongside (Open field. He must have good judgment and anticipation. a. able to play the run (good tackier). Stack o E o 00 ~ ($)00 T T E.Exceptional Best one on one pass defenders. must not be hooked or bounced too wide. close to the inside versus a down block. Take off. control your gap.flanker. Tight end oriented. a deep zone vs. Backer is a polnt of attack player that plays from inside-out (doesn't overrun). Double Coverage Call .6. be a good deep pass defender and a sure tackler. Hero (Strong Safety) . T. quarterback of the secondary.2 Deep Zone vs.

J S tJ. . .3 l.. Advantages: 1) 2) 3) Disruption of receivers 5 underneath zones Handles Square Outs Disadvantages: 1) 2) Void areas 18 yard areas (up-back) Oversplit run support 3 Deep Zone o o e. e-~ .J . \~ E ..2 Deep Zone o o OO®OO o c CvtL MIO. 00 ®OOO T T /~ II-e.-1:.J. .

People in good position to react. b. c. Pursuit Outside Plays Coverage .1. Disadvantages: Could play 3 deep versus T. t c-~ H f ~-~ ~ 6 ~ F~ H-~ ~-F c ~ '" Helps strongside Variation in tight end defenses: 3 3 ~S hurts weakside.E. relatively safe coverage. Underneath pass coverage. Disadvantages: a b.2 deep. Split end pressure. Counters wide reach block. 4 under zone. . . Tightens seams. Pinch and Split End Blitz o Advantages: o o a c. run support. flanker 0 o E 0 O~O T T 0 0 E.Advantages: 1) 2) Sound.

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-..J Front .3 l. Must get fast linebacker play into A Gaps for cut back. -r 9 ~ .south running lanes. 0 0 F L 0 )if~'1-'? H 8 e 1 • . . ~.J.. . 0 .8 Man Fronts 0 E C-F~_ . J Balanced 8 man .F C 0 ~J.Leveraged Linebackers slide weak.. 1. / ~~~ -.. Problem with seams in north . -:» c.._j.1 .'.Front is slid strong. E O~ooo F . ·0 o o o ~G... H·C'. Excellent perimeter defense. '. .•• A~ o 00 ®OO 0 C .l®006 E tT EF $ e 2) Tackle Game C> E oo~Oo ~ 0 H 3) e E. . 6 EF ! 0- C\ ~'"? {_. Adjustments 1) Fire . ! TT E C3 \ tf-e F ~.

- F ~2.4) Blitz 0 -' c.l... -_. i E. Front is overshifted strong.~-T' .OOO T T' E.. oo<S.l\ 0 ~ff~O~ .-. ..l tI ~.$ M$'~OOC "T e.. 0 F rl. More vulnerable to outside plays weak because of lost leverage.3 Deep Zone.. j$. -.. Cuts down on running seams and makes Backer more playable strong (Scoop block is more difficult). o ~ o o e.5 ~~ 5) Blitz .$ -_ e 'ri~O~ ~ !3 6) Strong Safety Fire 0 -H /~~~oo $ TeE. 0 " <> --. Man to Man with a Free Safety Overshift Strong o H E. O~~1q i T . ooo<S)oo ~ TT B E. e F Coverages . C.F ~ e Weak Tackle and End mover to head-up position...

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