• ODD Run Fits

  • simon.vanderpool

    December 3, 2020 at 3:25 pm

    Coach, in your odd front what is your gap responsibility for your “T” and “E” when they are both in head up 4’s?

  • tony.wright

    December 3, 2020 at 6:45 pm

    Hi Coach,

    We were a 3-5 concept with cover 3 as a base. When our guys aligned either head up(4) or inside shade (4i) we played the same base responsibility. Hands on the OT and eyes on the OG. Primarily B Gap fitters as a base call. If the OG blocked away (down block / scoop / pull) we chased and prepared to spill trap.

    If OG block to (cutoff block / double team) we told our guys to press the inside of the OT hard. We played behind stretch but the pressure allowed our ILB & overhang to run free to box the ball.

    Hope this helps. Some good variations we are looking at this offseason is the “Mint” alignment Georgia is doing along with the traditional “Tite” front as comps.

    Good Luck

  • Nate Moore

    December 11, 2020 at 2:42 pm

    They would be “B” gap responsible. We really don’t play much “ODD” unless its 3rd and long. So really we play much more COMBO and BEAR. When we are a 4i we are really playing a WIDE 3. We still key the G and play the G’s block initially. When we used to play the OT we had too much trouble getting backside scooped by the OT… That’s how we do it – hope that helps.

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