Eight-Man Front with Combination-Man Coverages: Schemes and Drillsby Dean Campbell
Eight-Man Front with Combination-Man Coverages: Schemes and Drills reviews the key factors involved in eight man front with combination-man coverages. This course details the rules, alignments, and responsibilities of the various coverage players in the eight-man package. This course also outlines several types of man-to-man outside techniques that corners can play in this defense. In addition, this course looks at the inside part of combination-man coverages (Mike, Will, Sam, free safety, and the rover). This course also reviews how teams in an eight-man package can line up and react to unusual offensive formations.
Among the topics covered:
• Corners techniques
• Inside coverages
• Fire, flood, and bootleg rules
• Unusual formations
Coach Campbell has a strong history in coaching at the university level. Since 2008, he has served on the staff of the Arkansas Razorbacks with Coach Bobby Petrino as the Director of High School Relations. Prior to his time at Arkansas, Coach Campbell served at the Air Force Academy for seven highly successful seasons. Campbell coached running backs the first five seasons and defensive backs his last two seasons at the AirForce Academy. Campbell's offensive coaching expertise was evident as Air Force ranked in the top five college teams nationally in rushing each season that he coached the running backs. Campbell also coached five of the six halfbacks in school history who have surpassed the 1,000 yard mark in their careers. He helped Air Force to victory in the 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic and helped coach the Falcons to an appearance in the postseason San Francisco Bowl. Coach Campbell also has experience on the defensive side of the ball. Prior to coming to Air Force, Campbell coached at Texas Tech (under legendary Spike Dykes) for eight seasons. He was the defensive backs coach for seven seasons and coached inside linebackers for a season. With a rich history and strong experience, Coach Campbell has also coached at Texas A&M, New Mexico, North Carolina, the University of Texas, and Rice University.