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Control The Game With Defensive Clock Management

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© April, 2001


by Wayne Nunnely
Defensive Line Coach, San Diego Chargers, San Diego, Calif.

AT SOME POINT during the season, your defense will be confronted with a situation when you must consider the clock as well as your opponent. There are three basic situations in which the clock is a factor:

-   Time is running out and your team is ahead by more than 8.
-    Time is running out and your team is behind by less than 8.
-    Time is running out and your team is ahead by 3 or less.

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