Efficient Drills within the 3-4 Defensive Systemby Southern California Football Coaches Association
Effective Drills of the 3-4 Defense
What is the 3-4 Defense?
The 3-4 defense is a versatile defense that offers great advantages when it comes to rushing the passer and defending the pass. Since there are only three linemen, outside linebackers can play the role of defensive end at times, giving the defense an effective 4-3 look.
In order for this system to work the defensive line must take care of 4 in not all offensive linemen. Which frees the linebackers to make a play. In addition, the 3-4 defense only works when linebackers are strong enough to deflect blocks from any offensive player.
There are many drills used to perfect the 3-4 defensive system. Exercises like the 3-4 pit drill, A- frame drill and kick out drill. As well as Defensive back read series, DB block protection & escape series, Outside linebacker series, Inside linebacker block protection & escape series, Linebacker pass defense series and Defensive line series. All the tools necessary to take your defense to the next level.
Introducing Illionios State University Head Coach Brock Spack’s
**Efficient Drills within the 3-4 Defensive System**
In this course, Illinois State University Head Coach - Brock D. Spack dives into the drills he uses to properly 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.
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Brock D. Spack is an American football coach. He is the head football coach at Illinois State University, position he has held since December 2008. Previously, he was the defensive coordinator at Purdue University under Joe Tiller. He led Illinois State to three FCS quaterfinals as well as a championsip game. After five appearances in the FCS playoffs and back-to-back Missouri Valley Football Conference championships in 2014-15, it looks as if the giant has been awoken. A two-time finalist for the Eddie Robinson Award, Spack has changed the culture of Redbird football. Becoming the 2014 MVFC Coach of the Year.
A record total of 17 Redbirds were named to the MVFC All-Conference Team in 2014, led by Offensive Player of the Year and All-American, Marshaun Coprich, and Newcomer of the Year, Tre Roberson.