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2 By John Rice 3-3 Defense: Understanding the Basics JOHN RICE DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR CANYON SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL MORENO VALLEY, CA (951)

3 By John Rice Six of one, half dozen of the other 3-3 Defense 3-5 Defense 30 Stack 3-3 Stack Odd Stack

4 By John Rice Theres more that one way to skin a Cat Purpose- To inform clinic attendees of the following: Characteristics of a Sound Defense A Philosophical Framework for the running the 3-3 Personnel designations Gap assignments, key reads, & techniques (drills as well) Run fits (Inside and Outside) Calling the defense Cover 3 drops Installation, Practice Organization, Game Calls Combination of philosophy & execution from a partial list of the following sources: West Virginia, Tulsa, BYU, New Mexico, South Carolina, Air Force, Wake Forest

5 By John Rice Our Defensive Mode We are not a traditional gap control, read defense (although it can be played in that mode if desired).We are not a traditional gap control, read defense (although it can be played in that mode if desired). We are a stunting, blitzing, attacking defense, taking advantage of our speed and giving our undersized defense a chance to be successfulWe are a stunting, blitzing, attacking defense, taking advantage of our speed and giving our undersized defense a chance to be successful We will begin our installation/teaching process with the base defense, a 3-3 Stack playing cover 3We will begin our installation/teaching process with the base defense, a 3-3 Stack playing cover 3 We feel it is necessary to teach this base before we progress to slants, stunts, and blitzesWe feel it is necessary to teach this base before we progress to slants, stunts, and blitzes

6 By John Rice We are playing the 3-3 with the following defensive philosophy: 1.TAKE AWAY WHAT THE OFFENSE DOES BEST; MAKE THEM BEAT YOU WITH SOMETHING ELSE. (More than 1 adjustment for a particular offensive formation)1.TAKE AWAY WHAT THE OFFENSE DOES BEST; MAKE THEM BEAT YOU WITH SOMETHING ELSE. (More than 1 adjustment for a particular offensive formation)Examples: Defending an Offense using spread formations to run the ball more effectively Defending an Offense using spread formations to run the ball more effectively Defending an Offense using spread formations to pass the ball more effectively Defending an Offense using spread formations to pass the ball more effectively

7 By John Rice Ex: Defending an Offense using spread formations to pass the ball more effectively TAKE AWAY WHAT THE OFFENSE DOES BEST Free Safety man on Back Back One strategy vs. spread offense that sends back into pass routes often, protecting with 5: Pressure with cover zero.

8 By John Rice Defending an Offense using spread formations to run the ball more effectively TAKE AWAY WHAT THE OFFENSE DOES BEST One strategy vs. spread offense that gets into a trips formation to run the ball more effectively: Keep 6 in the box and align the Free Safety over inside receiver. With Spur within 5 yards, its an 7 man box. 7 man box vs. 6 blockers

9 By John Rice We are playing the 3-3 with the following defensive philosophy: 2.Whatever scheme you use, NEVER let the offense gain an advantage by formation, shifts, or motion. ALWAYS have base defensive checks built into the scheme to handle these things. Example- Formation Check: Pull Call

10 By John Rice 3.Characteristics of a sound defense: ; there is a primary run force player and a secondary force player (outside-in defenders), a defender responsible for halfback pass, cutback defenders (inside out defenders), a nd a defender responsible for boot/reverse. DCCBAAB A. Every gap is accounted for by a particular player

11 By John Rice 3.Characteristics of a sound defense: cutback defenders (inside out defenders), a nd a defender responsible for boot/reverse. B. There is a primary run force player and a secondary force player (outside-in defenders) B N E C L E C M S R PRIMARY FORCE SECONDARY FORCE/HALFBACK PASS

12 By John Rice 3.Characteristics of a sound defense: C. Cutback defenders (inside out defenders), and a defender responsible for boot/reverse. B N E C L E C M S R Boot/Reverse INSIDE OUT DEFENDERS

13 By John Rice We are playing the 3-3 with the following defensive philosophy: 5.Offenses operate on rhythm, that rhythm MUST be disrupted. Effective ways to disrupt offensive rhythm are: stemming fronts, line stunts, blitzes, and disguising pass coverage.5.Offenses operate on rhythm, that rhythm MUST be disrupted. Effective ways to disrupt offensive rhythm are: stemming fronts, line stunts, blitzes, and disguising pass coverage. 6.Make the QB read the pass coverage POST SNAP; dont let him settle in before the snap and know where his primary read is.6.Make the QB read the pass coverage POST SNAP; dont let him settle in before the snap and know where his primary read is. 7.Multiple fronts and/or coverages MAY better serve to defend particular offensive schemes.7.Multiple fronts and/or coverages MAY better serve to defend particular offensive schemes.

14 By John Rice We are playing the 3-3 with the following defensive philosophy: 8.Pursuit drill must be run every day8.Pursuit drill must be run every day 9.Tackling drills must be run every day.9.Tackling drills must be run every day. 10.Whatever defenses you run, the kids MUST BELIEVE in it. They must understand what its strengths and weaknesses are, and what you are trying to accomplish with a particular front, blitz, or coverage.10.Whatever defenses you run, the kids MUST BELIEVE in it. They must understand what its strengths and weaknesses are, and what you are trying to accomplish with a particular front, blitz, or coverage.

15 By John Rice 11. Option assignments must be built in11. Option assignments must be built in Option Responsibilities EEN LRM CC F B S Option to left: Option to right: Dive QB Pitch Pitch-Pass QB to pitch

16 By John Rice WHY THE DEFENSE? Easy to overload perimeter of offensive formations Easy to overload perimeter of offensive formations It is an 8 man front vs an I pro setIt is an 8 man front vs an I pro set Ability to get into multiple looks easily Ability to get into multiple looks easily Easy to align to spread formations Easy to align to spread formations Physical, aggressive, attacking style of play creates negative yardage plays and turnovers Physical, aggressive, attacking style of play creates negative yardage plays and turnovers Allows smaller, faster athletes to be successful Allows smaller, faster athletes to be successful Fun for the players! Fun for the players! Easy to attack the pass protection weaknesses Easy to attack the pass protection weaknesses Teams have less time to prepare for non- conventional defensive alignmentTeams have less time to prepare for non- conventional defensive alignment It is considered unorthodox by offensive coachesIt is considered unorthodox by offensive coaches

17 By John Rice 30 Stack Personnel

18 By John Rice 30 Stack Personnel Defensive LinemenDefensive Linemen The line will consist of two five technique Ends and a zero technique Nose.The line will consist of two five technique Ends and a zero technique Nose. The Ends play left and right. If desired they can flip strong and weak.The Ends play left and right. If desired they can flip strong and weak. The Nose plays a zero shade (head up on the center).The Nose plays a zero shade (head up on the center).

19 By John Rice General Coaching Points for Defensive Linemen Crowd the Ball; Play fast; get into the backfield and wreak havoc with blocking schemesCrowd the Ball; Play fast; get into the backfield and wreak havoc with blocking schemes Read on the runRead on the run Dont stay tied up with O-LinemenDont stay tied up with O-Linemen Find the ball after initial technique is executed and redirect to the footballFind the ball after initial technique is executed and redirect to the football Beat half a man (slant technique)Beat half a man (slant technique)

20 By John Rice 30 Stack Personnel Inside LinebackersInside Linebackers At the heart of the 3-3 stack defense are three inside linebackers.At the heart of the 3-3 stack defense are three inside linebackers. Against a 2 x 2 set:Against a 2 x 2 set: The Lion linebacker will align in a stack position behind the left End.The Lion linebacker will align in a stack position behind the left End. The Mike linebacker will align stacked position over the nose, playing a zero techniqueThe Mike linebacker will align stacked position over the nose, playing a zero technique The Ram linebacker will align in a stack position behind the right End.The Ram linebacker will align in a stack position behind the right End.

21 By John Rice General Coaching Points for Linebackers Read Slow, React FastRead Slow, React Fast Primary Keys are guards; they will take you to the ballPrimary Keys are guards; they will take you to the ball Its not a crime to get blocked, its a crime to stay blocked. (Dont walk away from a block)Its not a crime to get blocked, its a crime to stay blocked. (Dont walk away from a block) Play fast -sideline to sidelinePlay fast -sideline to sideline

22 By John Rice 30 Stack Personnel Outside Linebacker-Strong Safety HybridsOutside Linebacker-Strong Safety Hybrids The Spur will align to the formation strength (to a TE in a pro set). When the offense employers a spread 2x2 set, the Spur aligns over the #2. Exact depth and leverage will depend on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan.The Spur will align to the formation strength (to a TE in a pro set). When the offense employers a spread 2x2 set, the Spur aligns over the #2. Exact depth and leverage will depend on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan. The Bandit will align to the open side of an offensive formation (away from a TE in a pro set). When the offense employers a spread 2x2 set, the Bandit aligns over the #2 opposite the Spur. Exact depth and leverage will depend on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan.The Bandit will align to the open side of an offensive formation (away from a TE in a pro set). When the offense employers a spread 2x2 set, the Bandit aligns over the #2 opposite the Spur. Exact depth and leverage will depend on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan.

23 By John Rice General Coaching Points for Spur & Bandit In Cover 3, execute your run force responsibilities with aggressive confidence-NO ONE GETS OUTSIDE!In Cover 3, execute your run force responsibilities with aggressive confidence-NO ONE GETS OUTSIDE! Maintain outside leverage vs. runMaintain outside leverage vs. run Your kingdom is the flats-control what happens thereYour kingdom is the flats-control what happens there In blitzing situations, attack with a frenzyIn blitzing situations, attack with a frenzy

24 By John Rice 30 Stack Personnel SecondarySecondary Left Corner will align over #1 wide receiver to defensive left. Standard cover three alignment will be seven yards deep and one yard inside. Play by play alignment may vary greatly, depending on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan.Left Corner will align over #1 wide receiver to defensive left. Standard cover three alignment will be seven yards deep and one yard inside. Play by play alignment may vary greatly, depending on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan. Right Corner will align over #1 wide receiver to defensive right. Standard cover three alignment will be seven yards deep and one yard inside. Play by play alignment may vary greatly, depending on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan.Right Corner will align over #1 wide receiver to defensive right. Standard cover three alignment will be seven yards deep and one yard inside. Play by play alignment may vary greatly, depending on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan.

25 By John Rice General Coaching Points for Corners In Cover 3, smash, curl-wheel, & all verticals are first in your thought process on a pass readIn Cover 3, smash, curl-wheel, & all verticals are first in your thought process on a pass read As long as #2 to your side is vertical, you stay vertical; we play the hitch/stop late.As long as #2 to your side is vertical, you stay vertical; we play the hitch/stop late.

26 By John Rice 30 Stack Personnel Free SafetyFree Safety Free Safety will align midpoint between wide receivers. Standard cover three alignment will be 12 yards deep and one yard inside. Play by play alignment may vary greatly, depending on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan.Free Safety will align midpoint between wide receivers. Standard cover three alignment will be 12 yards deep and one yard inside. Play by play alignment may vary greatly, depending on down, distance, coverage call, and game plan.

27 By John Rice General Coaching Points You are the playmaker of our secondary; Make Plays!You are the playmaker of our secondary; Make Plays! Vs. Cover 3, receivers must pay a price for running routes over the deep middleVs. Cover 3, receivers must pay a price for running routes over the deep middle We will trade a headache for a first down on occasionWe will trade a headache for a first down on occasion Vs. Run attack with reckless abandonVs. Run attack with reckless abandon

28 By John Rice BASE TECHNIQUE/KEYS AND READS

29 By John Rice DEFENSIVE LINE & LINEBACKERS 3 JACKS POSALIGNKEYRUN TO-AWAYPASS RESP. LEFT END5 TECHBALL TO OTC GAP – TRAIL/REVERSEOUTSIDE RUSH LANE NOSE0 JACKBALL C-G -F TRIANGLE A GAP – BACKSIDE AINSIDE RUSH LANE RIGHT END5 TECHBALL TO OTC GAP – TRAIL/REVERSEOUTSIDE RUSH LANE LIONSTACKOG TO NEAR RB SECURE B GAP-FITHASH DROP MIKESTACKFB-OGSECURE A GAP OPPOSITE NG- FIT HOLE DROP RAMSTACKOG TO NEAR RB SECURE B GAP-FITHASH DROP M N RL EE

30 By John Rice NOSEGUARD PLAY BASE JACKS TECHNIQUE Alignment: 0 technique, nose-to-nose on Center. Play as tight as possible and still be able to key and react. Alignment: 0 technique, nose-to-nose on Center. Play as tight as possible and still be able to key and react. KEY: Crosshairs on front tip of the ball. KEY: Crosshairs on front tip of the ball. Responsibility: Attack center with butt of palms inside the frame drive him into backfield, redirect to football. Responsibility: Attack center with butt of palms inside the frame drive him into backfield, redirect to football. Coaching Points: Coaching Points: Hold ground or turn and drop on butt vs.double team. Hold ground or turn and drop on butt vs.double team. If reached, play cutback. If reached, play cutback. Rush passer in proper lane. Rush passer in proper lane. On pass rush, bull rush and look for draw or QB to step up. On pass rush, bull rush and look for draw or QB to step up.

31 By John Rice NOSEGUARD KEY READS Vs. BASE BLOCK NOSEGUARD KEY READS Vs. BASE BLOCK STUFF CENTER. Attack Center, maintain inside hand position on Cs frame. Keep feet moving and stay square. DO NOT PICK A SIDE UNTIL YOU LOCATE THE BALL; DISENGAGE AND PURSUE! N Progression: 1.With Center only (Mirror Step Drill) 2.With Center & Guards, add back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Drill Modes: 1.Walk-through (teaching) 2.Half-Speed (independent practice) 3.Full-Speed (testing for understanding) COACH Other schemes to be drilled: Trap Double Team Reach C

32 By John Rice NOSE GUARD SLANT TECHNIQUE Alignment: 0 technique, nose-on-nose on Center. Alignment: 0 technique, nose-on-nose on Center. KEY: BALL. KEY: BALL. Focal point during move: V of the neck of guard callsideFocal point during move: V of the neck of guard callside Responsibility: A Gap TO CALL SIDE Responsibility: A Gap TO CALL SIDE Coaching Points: Coaching Points: Back off the ball slightly. Back off the ball slightly. Step with foot to call side, ripping with uppercut using opposite arm Step with foot to call side, ripping with uppercut using opposite arm Square up on second step, staying low! Square up on second step, staying low! Redirect to the ball Redirect to the ball

33 By John Rice DEFENSIVE END 5 TECHNIQUE Alignment: 5 Technique (Nose on outside eye of OT). Align tight to the L.O.S. Alignment: 5 Technique (Nose on outside eye of OT). Align tight to the L.O.S. KEY: Ball to OT KEY: Ball to OT Responsibility: C Gap. Contain pass rush and trail on play away.Responsibility: C Gap. Contain pass rush and trail on play away. Coaching Points: Coaching Points: Step flat with outside foot. Step flat with outside foot. Keep shoulders square. Keep shoulders square. Attack outside number of OT. Attack outside number of OT. Punch with hands and react to OTs first step. Punch with hands and react to OTs first step.

34 By John Rice Drill: Key Read for 5 Technique Drill: Key Read for 5 Technique Step with gapside foot, striking OTs outside number with your inside hand. Use leverage technique (push and pull) to maintain outside leverage, keeping outside arm and leg free. Keep T off LBs until you disengage to make a tackle. Vs. double team on TE, step down into (squeeze) hole &Keep your shoulders square. Run to: disengage and redirect to the ball. Ball Away: Check Boot/Reverse. G E Coach stands behind Line And signals blocking scheme for guards. Progression: 1.With Tackle only (Mirror Step Drill) 2.With Tackle & Guard, add back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Drill Modes: 1.Walk-through (teaching) 2.Half-Speed (independent practice) 3.Full-Speed (testing for understanding) We will adapt this drill to any blocking scheme we will see that week. We will duplicate this drill vs. a slant technique as well. C

35 By John Rice Line Directional Calls Lion becomes C gap Player and contain on QB rollout his side. Ram becomes C gap Player and contain on QB rollout his side.

36 By John Rice DEFENSIVE END SLANT TECHNIQUE Alignment: 5 Technique Strongside Alignment: 5 Technique Strongside KEY: Ball to TE KEY: Ball to TE Responsibility: Attack and control the C Gap. You are looping from a 5 to a 7 Technique. Responsibility: Attack and control the C Gap. You are looping from a 5 to a 7 Technique. Execution: When the TE takes his first step, you step with callside foot, using a rip technique if needed vs. a base or reach block. Vs. a down block, square up, look immediately inside to G-R-G triangle for kick-out blocks. Do not wrong-arm. Keeping inside shoulder perpendicular to LOS, sink to a hitting position and attack the kick-out blocker at his upfield number, bracing yourself with your gapside leg extended. Vs. Reach scheme, use rip tech. to get into backfield. vs. Flow away, stop, stay low, check for counter, bootleg, and reverse. Vs. read option, keep shoulders square and respect quarterbacks keep option. Execution: When the TE takes his first step, you step with callside foot, using a rip technique if needed vs. a base or reach block. Vs. a down block, square up, look immediately inside to G-R-G triangle for kick-out blocks. Do not wrong-arm. Keeping inside shoulder perpendicular to LOS, sink to a hitting position and attack the kick-out blocker at his upfield number, bracing yourself with your gapside leg extended. Vs. Reach scheme, use rip tech. to get into backfield. vs. Flow away, stop, stay low, check for counter, bootleg, and reverse. Vs. read option, keep shoulders square and respect quarterbacks keep option. Coaching Points: Coaching Points: Key the TE to get a good read Key the TE to get a good read All other 5 Tech Coaching Points (except keeping OT off LB) All other 5 Tech Coaching Points (except keeping OT off LB)

37 By John Rice RAM/LION LINEBACKER KEY READS Key Guard to Near Back KEY READRESPONSE DOWN BLOCKEYES UP (to near back) He come, I come OUT BLOCK (Pull To)SCRAPE TIGHT PULL (Pull Away)SHUFFLE, SHUFFLE, FIT SCOOPSHUFFLE, SHUFFLE, FIT REACHB GAP (if contact, keep outside shoulder free) HIGH HATHASH DROP ALIGNMENT DEPTH: 4-5 yards

38 By John Rice KEY DRILL FOR RAM/LION COACH C RL Progression: 1.With guards/without back 2.With guards and back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Coach stands behind backers And signals blocking scheme for guards. Progression: 1.With guards/without back 2.With guards and back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Drill Modes: 1.Walk-through (teaching) 2.Half-Speed (independent practice) 3.Full-Speed (testing for understanding) We will adapt this drill to any blocking scheme we will see that week Bag

39 By John Rice KEY DRILL FOR RAM/LION COACH C RL Coach stands behind backers And signals blocking scheme for guards. Progression: 1.With guards/without back 2.With guards and back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Drill Modes: 1.Walk-through (teaching) 2.Half-Speed (independent practice) 3.Full-Speed (testing for understanding) Bag Other schemes to be drilled: Trap Double Team Reach

40 By John Rice MIKE LB TECHNIQUE Depth – 5 yardsDepth – 5 yards Alignment – Stack Behind Center in 2 by 2 SetAlignment – Stack Behind Center in 2 by 2 Set Key – Center Guard Fullback triangleKey – Center Guard Fullback triangle Coaching Point – Stay FLAT, (over the top player)Coaching Point – Stay FLAT, (over the top player)

41 By John Rice Drill: MIKE LINEBACKER KEY READ – TRAP TRACK M Coach stands behind backers And signals blocking scheme for guards. Progression: 1.With guards/without back 2.With guards and back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Drill Modes: 1.Walk-through (teaching) 2.Half-Speed (independent practice) 3.Full-Speed (testing for understanding) Bag

42 By John Rice Drill: MIKE LB KEY READ VS. ISO SCHEME M Coach stands behind backers And signals blocking scheme for guards. Progression: 1.With guards/without back 2.With guards and back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Drill Modes: 1.Walk-through (teaching) 2.Half-Speed (independent practice) 3.Full-Speed (testing for understanding) Bag

43 By John Rice Drill: MIKE LB KEY READ VS. POWER SCHEME M C T TE R Coach stands behind backers And signals blocking scheme for guards. Progression: 1.W/All Linemen 2.With guards and back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Drill Modes: 1.Walk-through (teaching) 2.Half-Speed (independent practice) 3.Full-Speed (testing for understanding) Bag

44 By John Rice Drill: MIKE LB VS. COUNTER SCHEME M Coach stands behind backers And signals blocking scheme for guards. Progression: 1.With guards/without back 2.With guards and back 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Drill Modes: 1.Walk-through (teaching) 2.Half-Speed (independent practice) 3.Full-Speed (testing for understanding) Bag

45 By John Rice SPUR/BANDIT ALIGMENTS E E E E S B S B

46 By John Rice SPUR & BANDIT KEY READS KEY READRESPONSE Inside Run toMaintain outside leverage on ballcarrier (Bonus Player in the box) Inside Run Away– Fold/Cutback Outside Run toForce Outside Run AwayFold, Cutback PassTop of Numbers Drop (flat) Key: End man on the line of scrimmage to near back, then Ball on/off the LOS *Backpedal/shuffle at snap to get read *Backpedal/shuffle at snap to get read

47 By John Rice Ex of Spur Read Drill: S Progression: 1.W/TE & T; no back 2.Add the back & onside Guard 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Some Drill Schemes: 1.TE & Tackle Down, Guard Pull to 2.Reach scheme for Stretch 3.Base/Flow away B Progression: 1.W/Guard & T; no back 2.Add the back & offside Guard 3.Inside Drill 4.Team Ex of Bandit Read Drill: Some Drill Schemes: 1.G & T down, Guard pull to (Counter) 2.Reach scheme for Stretch 3.Base/Flow away Im here call to Ram Bag

48 By John Rice Calling the Defense Coverage-TagCoverage-Tag Examples:Examples: –3 Jacks (base 3-3 stack with cover 3) –3 Right (line slants right) –3 Left (line slants left) –3 Field (line slants field) –3 Strong (line slants to formation strength)

49 By John Rice INSIDE RUN FITS INSIDE RUN FITS B N E C L E C M S FS R FOLD/CUTBACK fit

50 By John Rice OUTSIDE RUN FITS B N E C L E C M S FS R FORCE FOLD/CUTBACK fit

51 By John Rice Cover 3 Drops Corner Free Safety Spur Bandit Mike Ram Lion 5 under 3 Deep Zone Cover 3 Drops Spur and Bandit buzz to the flats NOW, playing stop, hitch, & the out cut by #1, and the arrow and bubble by #2. Lion & Ram (as soon as they make a pass read) must get to the hashes to play vertical routes by #2s.

52 By John Rice Vs. Doubles Corner Free Safety Spur Bandit Mike Ram Lion Cover 3 Jam Pass Drops Spur and Bandit jam & reroute #2s, then buzz the flat. On other than a vertical release By #2, they take their normal drops to the top of the number once they make their pass read

53 By John Rice BASE ALIGNMENT VS. PRO Vs. All 2 by 1 sets, linebackers align HALF a man over towards 2 cut side

54 By John Rice ALIGNMENT VS. TWINS Vs. All 2 by 1 sets, linebackers align HALF a man over towards 2 cut side

55 By John Rice Vs. Doubles Corner Free Safety Spur Bandit Mike Ram Lion Alignment vs. Doubles

56 By John Rice Pull ALIGNMENT VS. TRIPS

57 By John Rice Stack ALIGNMENT VS. (TE) TRIPS

58 By John Rice Appendix Weekly Practice OverviewWeekly Practice Overview Sample Defensive Practice PlanSample Defensive Practice Plan Sample Inside Drill Practice ScriptSample Inside Drill Practice Script Sample 7 on 7 Period Practice ScriptSample 7 on 7 Period Practice Script Sample Team PeriodSample Team Period Sample Defensive Game Call SheetSample Defensive Game Call Sheet Defensive Implementation ScheduleDefensive Implementation Schedule 3-3 Resources for Coaches3-3 Resources for Coaches

59 By John Rice WEEKLY OVERVIEW WEEKLY OVERVIEW (USED TO PLAN DAILY PRACTICE)

60 By John Rice SAMPLE DEFENSIVE PRACTICE PLAN

61 By John Rice SAMPLE INSIDE DRILL PRACTICE SCRIPT

62 By John Rice SAMPLE 7 ON 7 PRACTICE SCRIPT

63 By John Rice SAMPLE TEAM PERIOD PRACTICE SCRIPT

64 By John Rice SAMPLE DEFENSIVE GAME CALL SHEET

65 By John Rice Implementation Schedule

66 By John Rice

67 3-3 Coaching Resources A partial list of coaches who either run the 3-3 now or have experience running it Joe Lee Dunn, Def. Coor. U of Memphis Contact: : Charlie Strong, Asst Head Coach, Florida Contact: x4100 Todd Graham, Head Coach, Rice University Contact: Bronco Mendenhall, Head Coach, BYU Contact: Dean Campbell, DB Coach, Air Force Contact: Rocky Long, Head Coach, New Mexico Contact: Vic Shealy, Defensive Coordinator, UNLV Contact: Jeff Casteel, Defensive Coordinator, WVU Contact: (304) Dave Doeren, Defensive Coordinator, Kansas Contact: Taylor Burks, Def. Coor, Georgia Military Contact: (478) Richard Bell, Def.Coor., Air Force Academy Contact: Brad Lambert, Linebacker Coach, Wake Forest Contact: Ron Roberts, Def. Coor., Delta State U (MS) Contact: Paul Golla, Head Coach, Bakersfield HS, Bakersfield, CA Contact (661) John Rice, Def Coor.,Canyon Springs HS, Moreno Valley CA Contact: Jerry Campbell, HC, Victoria Memorial HS, Victoria, Texas George Contreras, Def Coor, Rio Mesa HS, Oxnard, CA

68 By John Rice 3-3 Media Resources Series of eight videos By Georgia Military staff productions.com/ DVD by Jeff Casteel, WVU roductions.com / DVDs by Vic Shealy, formerly of Air Force Academy Video by Buck Roggeman (Pacific Grove High School (CA) coacheschoice.com All seven John Rice 3-3 defense video programs on one DVD. Includes 3-3 Defense: Understanding the Basics, 3-3 Defense: Applying Pressure, 3-3 Defense vs. The I formation, 3-3 Defense vs. Spread Formations, 3-3 Defense vs. Empty Formation 3-3 Defense vs. Two-tight End Formations, and 3-3 Defense vs. Defending Special Formations and Plays. Also available individually on VHS 30-Stack videos by Todd Graham, Head Coach, Rice University (formerly of Tulsa). Call (918) ASK FOR PENNY GRAHAM.

69 By John Rice Websites books, & articles about or with content dealing with the 3-3 defense Coaching Footballs Defense By Leo Hand and Rick Molina Stunts By Leo Hand Manual by Jerry Campbell Articles online: Georgia Military Colleges Devastating 3-5 Defense By Bert Williams, Head Football Coach SHARKS IN THE WATER COACHING LINEBACKERS TO ATTACK IN THE 3-3 DEFENSE By Ron Roberts Command of the Line Georgia Military Colleges Applications of the Defense By Taylor Burks Defensive Coordinator, Georgia Military College Coaching Nickel & Dime Defenses Defending the Spread Offense *Both have sections on the 3-3 defense Books by John Rice 30 Stack Forum (Coach Jerry Campbell Website) MULTIPLE DEFENSE...HARDING UNIVERSITY STYLE By Ronnie Huckeba, Defensive Coordinator/Defensive line, Harding University s/Magazine/2004/feb/multiple_335_defense.ht ml

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