Cover 3 (1 High Zone) Match Principles vs. 3x1 Formationsby Surface to Air
This course is a continuation of Coach Bartee's first and second course offerings:
The First Course: Detailed position maintance and dividers in 1 High Middle of Field (M.O.F.) Closed Coverage.
The Second Course: Detailed Cover 3 (1 High Zone) Match Principles vs. 2x2 Formations
This course goes deeper into the scheme by detailing Match Principles that allows a defense to play cover 3 and 6 and 1 High Match vs. 3x1 Offensive sets.
Once again, Surface to Air System (S2A) presents this course with the dual purpose of learning little known and seldom taught fundamentals of coverage, as well as understanding how our offense will be defended.
This course is packed with Coach Bartee teaching the scheme on both the white board and through game film.
Points that will be covered in this course:
-Flash Concept: Combining Flood Coverage with Match Principles
-Teaching the Take Back Concept
-Understanding Skake and Mable
-Teaching Skate Coverage with Regular Flood Principles
-Teaching Weak Rotation Flood Coverage
-Understanding "Flooding the Coverage"
-How to react to Back Fast to the Flat
-Defending and Aligning to 20 Personnel
-Defending RPO's from Mable
-Setting Mable to Quads sets
-Positioning the Rotating Safety
Dante Bartee is a rising star in the football coaching profession. His expertise in defensive teaching methodologies are beginning to be noticed by his peers.
Dante joined the Upper Iowa University football staff for his first season in 2018-19 as an assistant coach. Bartee coaches the linebackers for the Peacocks.
Bartee comes to Fayette from Tempe, Arizona where he has coached at Perry High School in Gilbert for the last four years.
At Perry, Bartee began his coaching career early on. As a junior and senior, he helped the coaching staff with film analysis and scout teams. Beginning in 2014, Bartee was part of the coaching staff for the varsity team at Perry; he was 18. In Bartee's second season he was the co-defensive coordinator before taking the role on his own over the last two seasons.
While coaching with the Pumas, Bartee completed his Bachelors Degree in justice studies at Arizona State University in December 2017.