ZONE BLITZ CONCEPTS - Jenks Oklahomaby #PoweredUp Clinics
LEARN FROM 13-TIME STATE CHAMPION
COACH RIGGS SHOWS YOU HOW TO RUN OUT OF 3, 4, 5 MAN FRONTS
A Zone Bitz is.....
--> Difficult to defend
--> Good vs RUN or PASS.......versus ANY FORMATION
--> Coach Riggs shows you how easy it is to disguise
Every player only has TWO RULES, no matter what front you are in or what formation they are in or who is blitzing.
Force Offense into BAD DECISIONS....Decrease Big Plays with PRESSURE......BIG OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEFENSE
TAILOR THE BLITZ TO YOUR PLAYMAKERS
Head Coach - Jenks High School
Riggs succeeded Allan Trimble as head coach in 2018. Trimble won a state-record 13 state titles in 22 years from 1996-2017. Riggs was Trimble’s DC for seven of those state championships. Riggs has been the Trojans’ assistant head coach and defensive coordinator since 2010.
Riggs, 52, was a 1983 All-State defensive end and halfback at Owasso, where he gained 2,400 yards in his last two seasons. He was the Metro Lakes Conference’s 1983 co-player of the year. In a 1982 game, he rushed for a then-Owasso record 245 yards in a 28-21 win over Bixby.
Riggs passed up an academic scholarship from Princeton to continue his football career at Northeastern A&M, where he was a starting linebacker at NEO in 1984 and ’85.
League Rival Broken Arrow had this to say about Riggs: “He really knows how to dissect an offense and put a great game plan together. I was around him for 6-7 years and saw his great attention to detail and great work ethic seven days a week.”