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Breaking Down Offenses With The 5-3-1 Triangle Defense

Breaking Down Offenses With The 5-3-1 Triangle Defense

December 15, 2011 2 Comments

By Denauld Brown, Defensive Coordinator, Lock Haven (Pa.) University When breaking down an offensive opponent, both in game-planning and during games, I have found it helpful to focus on one variable in the early moments. By doing focusing on one variable, you will gain sufficient information on which direction your defensive personnel should go after ...

Football Coach Dominates Knife-Wielding Assailant

Football Coach Dominates Knife-Wielding Assailant

June 23, 2011 No Comments

A football coach in Honolulu tackled and restrained a man who tried to punch and stab him with a butterfly knife while the coach waited in his truck at a red light. Paul Brown, Mid-Pacific Institute Assistant Offensive Line Coach, told police he opened the door, tackled his attacker pinning him under the wheel well ...

Cleveland Browns’ Joe Haden To Wear Unequal During 2014 Season

Cleveland Browns all-pro defensive back Joe Haden has signed a multi-year endorsement agreement with Unequal Technologies, the leading provider...

7 Critical Variables For Training Speed, Agility and Quickness

Athletes who want to be successful in their chosen sports should not take a casual approach to their speed,...

4 “Hit-And-Shed” Linebacker Drills From Lou Tepper

  Currently the defensive coordinator at the University of Buffalo and a man with over 40 years of collegiate...

Arena Football League To Require Helmet Sensors

The Arena Football League (AFL), in partnership with Brain Sentry,  became the first professional sports league to require helmet-mounted...