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POINT-COUNTERPOINT - The Zone Read How to Run it vs. How to Defend it

by David Purdum

A one second stare-down between the quarterback and C-gap defender can make or break your zone read game. How are you coaching that one-on-one matchup?

The zone read has evolved from niche to staple. New wrinkles – both offensive and defensive – are popping up each fall. Old Dominion offensive coordinator Brian Scott’s zone read scheme features smoke and bubble screens on the perimeter. Fresno City College defensive coordinator Rick Scheidt has gone back to triple option principals to try to slow down the zone read.

TALE OF THE TAPE Brian Scott
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