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3-4 Defense Midfield Blitzes

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© August, 2011


by John Lilly
Head Coach • Woodrow Wilson High School (WV)

At Woodrow Wilson High School, we are a field defense first and foremost. We will attack our opponents by either angling our front to the field and/or to the boundary. We know from many years of research that the vast mass majority of high school offenses operate from or near a hash.

That presents us with a dilemma as to how to attack our opponent’s offense when we are directly in the middle of the field. We will still use our bench/field calls and their rules. However, we have also implemented two very effective blitzes. We have numerous ways of attacking from the midfield, but we must take a look at our basic philosophy on how we want to attack our opponent. ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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