Bryan Cook - Colorado Organizing Defensive Run Fits In Multiple Frontsby Lauren's First and Goal
Bryan Cook details the way they fit runs from multiple fronts. This course is a template for ensuring that your own defense is sound in the approach to stopping the run from every front, coverage and movement.
In this course, Assistant Coach Bryan Cook dives into defensive run fits in multiple fronts, including
Bryan Cook is in his third year on the University of Colorado football staff, his first as the tight ends coach. He initially joined the program on March 1, 2019 as the director of quality control for the defense under then-head coach Mel Tucker, and was retained in the same position when Karl Dorrell was named head coach in February 2020.
Dorrell promoted Cook to tight ends coach on February 1, 2021, citing not only his coaching abilities but his teaching acumen.
Cook, 44, a veteran coach of 20 seasons in the collegiate ranks, came to Colorado from Georgia Tech. He was on the Yellow Jackets’ staff as a quality control specialist for defense in 2018, his third stint with the school, assisting and focusing in particular with the play of outside linebackers. He previously had served as Georgia Tech’s quarterbacks and “B-backs” coach (2013-16) and as a graduate assistant with the Yellow Jackets (2001-03).