with Ron Ernst,
Ripon College Head Coach; winningest football coach in Ripon history;
2x MWC Champions; 3x Wisconsin Football Private College Coach of the Year; distinguished member of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association WFCA Hall of Fame 2009
Most defensive coaches will tell you that stopping the run is the key to any good defense. With Ripon Colleges Ron Ernst, the alltime winningest coach in Midwest Conference history, you will see how playing the 33 defense can be effective against the best rushing attacks in your league.
Coach Ernst breaks down the philosophy and method to implementing a 33 defense. Youll see how breaking your defense into field and boundary surface reads will help keep it simple and open up easy lines of communications for your players. Included are 13 blitzes and five variations of Cover 3 defense that can be used to stop the run in a 33 defense.
Philosophy and Implementing a 33 Defense
Learn why the 33 defense is a unique and functional defense to use. Ernst gives you the reasons why a 33 defense might be the right fit for your program; these include:
Some of the chief aspects of Coach Ernsts system are taught, including:
Field and Boundary Team
Youll discover how dividing your players into field and boundary players can help you stop the run. Eight live onscreen diagrams of what calls are made against various offensive formations are presented. Having players that only play the field or the boundary allows you to:
Blitzes and Coverages
Coach Ernst gives you 13 blitz packages and five different Cover 3 coverages. Some of the blitz packages you will see include arrow, bullet, slice and neck blitz. Cover 3 calls include: slash, shark and sink. Also included are:
Coach Ernst gives you everything you need to stop the run in a 33 defense. No matter what level you coach, this presentation of the 33 run stopping defense will have your opponents scrambling to find a way to move the ball!
69 minutes. 2016.