Noah Joseph - Texas 1st & 2nd Down Pressuresby Lauren's First and Goal
Most coordinators dial up pressure on third down. Pressure on 1st and 2nd can take the offense off schedule and allow the defense to mix up what they do on third down. In this course, Noah Joseph, Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties, teaches 1st and 2nd down pressure package they utilized while at Texas on his previous stop.
Noah Joseph is in his second season as co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach on the Rutgers staff. A native of Ohio, Joseph has nearly 20 years of coaching experience, including a stint with Iowa State where Ash was the defensive backs coach in 2002.
Joseph spent four seasons in the Big Ten as a member of the Indiana coaching staff where he oversaw the safeties and served as recruiting coordinator on the defensive side of the ball. In 2017, the Hoosiers ranked fourth in the Big Ten in passing defense, and in 2016, the Joseph-coached secondary accounted for 13 takeaways, while Marcelino Ball, Jonathan Crawford and Tony Fields were third, fourth and fifth, respectively on the team in tackles. In his first season at Indiana, Joseph’s safeties accounted for seven of IU’s 13 interceptions.