Tuesday, September 6, 2011

TCU Defense Explained

It seems the one thing people want to see more of
is TCU’s split-field coverage principles. 

I don’t blame them.  It is an efficient system for distilling defenses down to their root element and provides a framework built-in to handle any offensive formation.  I’ll reiterate that WHAT they do is actually what all other defenses do.  It is the system that Gary Patterson and Dick Bumpas developed over the last two decades (through necessity) is what is important.
Since its just you and me here, I’ll let you in on a little secret…..but don’t tell anyone else, okay?

First 3 hours of Gary Patterson explaining how it all came about, how he installs it, and how it will be applied (with a film review of game and practices).

Previous entries:
TCU's 42 Nickel Coverage & Front Coordination
TCU's 42 Nickel Blitz & Coverage Concepts
TCU "2 Read": Adaptation to the Spread (2x2)
TCU "2 Read": Adaptation to the Spread (3x1)

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Derek Hoekstra said...

how do i see the videos cant get them to work

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