When you are playing a disruptive Wide Defensive Tackle it can be extremely frustrating for you as a coach and for your players. I consider a Wide DT a Defensive Tackle that lines up in the C-gap or in a 7 technique.
ISO is one of the best plays in all of football. It’s simple, downhill play that can be installed very quickly.
Whether you have a team full of great athletes or a team that struggles, if you utilize these tactics you will be able to move the football and score more points. Here’s how to score more points in youth football- regardless of your teams skill level.
The Wide Tackle 6-2 Defense is a great defense for youth football. It gives you a strong 8-man box which will help you shutdown the run.
For me, we believe coaching youth football comes down to 3 important aspects. This video will cover these 3 aspects in great detail!
One of the things that can drive defensive coaches crazy are odd formations, especially unbalanced formations. In previous articles we talked about the importance of defenses being able to align to formations and cover every gap.
Playing cornerback is difficult, there’s no doubt about it. It is a position where you need confident kids that are also a great athletes.
Buck Sweep is one of the best plays in football. It will allow you to work blocking angles.
This series is built around the Toss, Counter, and Boot Pass. These plays all complement each other very well.
Coach Greg joins Youth Football Online to talk about how he runs his 3-5 Defense.
The Toss play is one of the best plays in football for a coupe of reasons. For one, Toss will allow you to get your athletes the ball in space very quickly.
Coach Nate joins Youth Football Online to talk about how to defend the run from the 3-5 Stack Defense. Coach Nate is founder of ChiefPigskin.
Coach Grice joins Youth Football Online to talk about how his run game has evolved over time. He breaks down play diagrams and game film.
Zone blitzing is something that I feel isn’t utilized very much on the youth football level. It’s a very underrated and under-utilized coverage/ blitz scheme.
When offenses come out in a Double Tight-end formation everyone thinks ‘ground and pound’. However, there are several great passing concepts out of double tight-end formations.