Coach Fanoga's passion for football begins in the trenches - the defensive line. Fanoga begins with lining up and stance for the D linemen. The ends are backed off the ball about 16 inches and use inside hand. The nose can crowd the ball or back off and has the green light. Stance starts with a wide base, wider than the shoulders and a flat back. The ends take care of the A, B, and the C gap. The nose is responsible for the two A gaps. Fanoga likes the uniqueness of this defense and teaches players on a sweep to read and play right down the line of scrimmage. The technique is lateral steps down the line, which he calls "pound his feet." Every thing the offense does, the defense reacts to it. The nose is in charge of cut backs in this scheme. In the two-gap defense, players are taught the zone, scoop, base, down and double team blocks. Game footage drives home the technique that Fanoga covers on the white board. Footage of a dozen drills for offense linemen conclude this excellent presentation.
50 minutes. 2007.
There are not too many 2 Gap tapes out there. Coach does a real nice job of showing the fundamentals of playing two gaps and also provides innovative ways to teach drills. The towel drill was great.
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