Allan Moore - Otterbein 3-4 Tite / Reduce Front

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Allan Moore - Otterbein 3-4 Tite / Reduce Front


Stopping the downhill run


What is the 3-4 Tite front and why has it gotten so popular?


Offenses across the country have developed their game and defenses are following steadily. The tite front is defensive coordinators answers to offensive coordinators’ run pass option game that has taken over the game.   


Teams professionally as well as collegiate have implemented this front with success. 

Otterbein assistant head coach and defensive coordinator Allan Moore has utilized it as well, running it for over a decade. He's developed the answers and wrinkles you need to shut down offenses successfully.


It effectively makes it difficult on the offensive line to execute their scheme. One of an offensive coordinator's main priorities is how to get the ball in the end zone the fastest, which is north and south. The goal of the Tite front is to plug up the inside gaps and force offenses to run laterally before they get downhill.


There are many benefits of this formation. In a Tite front, the B gaps are closed. The gaps that are open are the C gaps outside the offensive tackles. This allows Linebackers to have time to commit to stopping the downhill run thus taking them out of conflict. It also works with multiple coverages.


Implement this technique with Allan Moore’s 

3-4 Tite Front / Reduce Front Training


In this course, Otterbein Assistant Head Coach - Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Allen Moore dives into why and how to run the 3-4 Tight/Reduced Front. How to execute adjustments & ways to implement it in your system. If you are looking for a front that shuts down the run, then this is it. 

Click the ‘Book This Course’, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!


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Allan Moore begins his 17th season at his alma mater Otterbein. Serving as defensive coordinator and also helping oversee the defensive backs.
Coach Moore was instrumental in putting together a defense that led the Ohio Athletic Conference in turnover margin and finished second in total defense/scoring defense in 2012.
More recently, his unit included 3x All-OAC defensive end Kyle Blust (graduated top-five all-time at Otterbein in both sacks and tackles for loss), 3x All-OAC linebacker Austin Jones (fourth all-time in tackles) and second team All-American safety Fred Hardgrove, who earned the OAC's Lee Tressel Award as the league's most outstanding defensive back in 2017. 

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Caterory: Football/Tite Front
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Videos: 23