Over the years, Coach Bruich's teams have gained the knowledge necessary to successfully stop the Double Wing attack. The Double Wing Offense, which Coach Bruich feels is a 'big play' offense, includes a center, two guards, two tackles and two tight ends toe to toe at the line of scrimmage. Seven main plays evolve from this offense: fullback dive, fullback trap, power pitch, buck sweep, pitch play, reverse and the pass. The goal of the defense is to make the offense drive the football and eliminate big plays. Principles for the line, ends, linebackers and secondary are a big part of the overall philosophy of this defense. From a 5-2 set, Bruich diagrams the roles of each position. Also, each of these four groups is broken down according to rules and teaching points. Game footage illustrates the effectiveness of this defensive system against the Double Wing. A big part of the Double Wing is the passing attack and Bruich diagrams coverage against the pass, including mixing up coverage.
61 minutes. 2007.
About Us | Security & Privacy | Terms & Conditions | Shipping | Affiliates | Advertise With Us | Help | Contact Us | Site Map | Drake University Distance Learning | Gift Certificates | Request a Catalog | Print Order Form | Promo Codes
© 2013 Championship Productions, Inc.