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46 Or Bear-Roll Coverage Forces Offenses To Hibernate

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© February, 2003


by Kenny Ratledge
Assistant Coach, Sevier County High School, Sevierville, Tenn.

MOST DEFENSES WHICH subscribe to the 46 or Bear scheme mainly use a man-free coverage. Those teams do not reap the full benefits of this highly effective and flexible defensive scheme.

Roll coverage, which on alignment looks like man-free coverage, can be used against double width as well as nub formations. The roll coverage can be rotated toward or away from the tight end, wide side, short side, left, to the one-receiver side, to the two-receiver side or toward ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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