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That is where the fun comes in and makes it all worthwhile. I was recruiting this year in a high school in Florida. I saw this on a coach's bulletin board. I thought it was neat and applied to what we were trying to accomplish in our off-season. It was called "The Law of Survival": "Every morning the gazelle awakens knowing he has to outrun the fastest lion to survive. Every morning the lion wakes knowing he has to run faster than the slowest gazelle or he will starve. It doesn't make any difference whether you are a lion or a gazelle.
That is why I don't like to play the quarter-quarter-half scheme. If your rover is a half player, he can't help on the run. The linebackers have to slow down, and the whole defense is in a bind. Plus one guy split out blocks two people: your corner and rover. In quarter-quarter our corners basically end up in man coverage. The underneath coverage is a route read by the free safety and rover. On the isolation weak we attack with the weak-side linebacker. He wrong-shoulders the blocker, and the rover flies up and makes the hit on the line of scrimmage.
We teach our guys to attack and react. We get as close to the ball as we can and come off the ball. In our alignment we want the inside hand down. The inside hand is the one closest to the ball. We want our inside leg back. The reason for that is to squeeze the play and not get turned out. That is the hardest technique to play. As the defensive lineman steps with his inside foot, he is creating power in his punch hand where he can squeeze the slip block. The guard is trying to butt up and slip to the backside linebacker.