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Adjusting The G Defense To Combat The Spread Offense

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© October, 2007


by Mike Shaw
Defensive Coordinator, Sycamore High School, Pleasant View, Tenn.

THE G DEFENSE is an eight-man, even-front defense. It employs four defensive linemen and is aimed at outnumbering the offense defense to blockers and stopping the run. By crowding the box, you are taking away the offenses ability to double-team defenders.
From there, the G Defense can become a four-linebacker system, a more common three-LB system or even a sort of full-time Nickel defense, which utilizes two traditional inside LBs and two LB/defensive back hybrids or strong safety types. The latter often is preferred because ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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