Basic Concepts of the 30 Stack Defense

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Installation of the 30 Stack Defense

By: James Vint

Attacking Concepts COPYWRIGHT© 2007 James Vint. This power point is copyrighted and is protected from unauthorized reproduction by the copyright laws of  the United States. Unauthorized Unauthorized use or reproduction without the expressed, written written consent of James Vint is strictly prohibited.

Topics We Will Cover  • • • • • •

Advantages of the 30 Stack Defensive Priorities Personnel Base Alignment Rules Pursuit Rules Game Planning Notes

Why The 30 Stack? • • • • • • • • •

Puts Your Athletes On The Field Easy to Adjust to Multiple Offensive Sets Linebackers Are Harder To Block Than Down Guys Allows You Multiple Stunts and Fronts Linebackers Work From Attack Mode LB’s Read Less and Play Downhill More Attack and Redirect rather than Read and React Can be used every down or as a change-up Eight Men Can Play The Run Now– Eight Men Can Play The Pass Now

Why The 30 Stack? • Multiple-Front, Stunt, and Coverage Opportunities • Stacked Players Cause Confusion On O-Line • Great versus all offenses and easily adjusted to any formation • Defense Emphasizes Speed Over Size • Can create personnel match-up advantages

Looking At The Stats (Columbus High School) • Gave up just 2.2 ypc, • Created 39 takeaways, including 8 defensive touchdowns • 98 Tackles For Loss, 36 Sacks, 31 Hurries • 208 Drop Backs: 66-154-16, only 3 TD Passes Passes • 5 Shutouts • Held two opponents without a first down • Opponents were 23 percent on 3rd Down • Opponents were 6 of 17 in the red zone with 4 TD’s. • Gave up only 46 yards rushing and 98 total yards per  game

Basic Premise of the 30 Stack • Developed to defend modern spread offenses • Versus 10 personnel you can have 6 immediate run defenders while covering the number 2 receivers. • You have linebackers that have immediate access to the B or C gaps. • Forces the offense to keep backs in on protection.

Personnel • Nose: Your nose must be quick, strong like li ke a bull, and force double teams • Ends: Your ends must be able to take on a double team from the tight end and tackle and must be strong enough to not get blown bl own off the ball or washed down on a slant call. Your ends end s ends do not need to be big, but they must be strong and athletic. Ideally we want them strong and long • We used fullback types on the defensive line (6( 61, 225-230)

Personnel • Mike: Your Mike backer is the strongest of your  three backers, but he doesn’t need to be huge. He must be able to redirect w e like a guy r edirect and we with speed. He has to be our quarterback quarterback of the be our the box. • Rob/Lou: Our Rob and Lou are speed guys who may be smaller than traditional inside backers. We would like them to be be safety safety types types with a little bit of size. They have have to be able to blitz well, and must be disciplined enough to stay s tay home while still aggressively pursuing the football. Rob and Lou must be good tacklers as they will get most of your tackles

Personnel • Stud/Hero: These are your strong safeties/Dogs and we did not flip flop them ninety percent of the time. These are athletic kids who can run and tackle. These are where your smart, quick, good tackling athletes play. You want guys who can play force, take on a fullback, yet still drop into pass coverage and chase down the football. We put tough kids here that can run.

Personnel • Corners: Our corners are guys who can play man coverage in space. We play a lot of man coverage. We want to have guys with good feet who can break on routes. Our corners must stop the deep ball and keep the six yard routes at six, and the ten yard routes at ten.

Personnel • Free Safety Safety: This is our best athlete in an ideal situation. We look for a kid kid with with some size, some speed, and a lot of  football smarts to quarterback our  secondary. He adjusts more than any other player, so he must be dependable to get lined up. He makes all of our  coverage calls and checks, and must be able to read quarterback intentions.

Defensive Goals • • • • • • • • • • •

WIN! Hold Our Opponents To 3.0 YPC Hold Opponents to 10 Points or Less Get 3 Turnovers Score or get a turnover in score zone z one Prevent Big Plays… No Runs over 12 yards… No Passes over 20 Yards No TD’s after sudden change 50% 3 and Out Win 3rd Down 75% and 4th Down 100% Hold Opponents to less than 50% Completion Hold Opponent to 150 yards of total offense

For Your Players • • • • •

Learn What To Do Learn How To Do It Practice Hard and Fast Be A Team Player  Develop A Sense of Urgency

Defensive Absolutes •



Stop The Run: No one will run the football successfully against our defense. We will commit as many people to the LOS as necessary in order to stop the run. Control the Pass: We are primarily a zone coverage team. We will take away the deep ball and not allow our opponent to score s core on big plays. We will be be proficient in our coverage packages. Our secondary will play hard and fast, forcing incomplete passes and turnovers.

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We will be the best tackling team in our  conference! We emphasize fundamental tackling with extreme effort. We will punish ball carriers and develop an attitude and swagger necessary to dominate our opponent. o pponent. Pursuit: We will get 11 people to the football footbal l every play! It does not take talent to hustle to to the football. We want as many of our our helmets helmets on the ball carrier as we can each play. Create Takeaways: We must create turnovers to give ourselves opportunities for a short field.

Turnovers • We will create a minimum of three turnovers a game by attacking our  opponent. We will work our strip and takeaway drills everyday in practice until u ntil they become second nature. • Lift and tear  • Lift and Punch • Scoop and Score • Slide and Secure

Pursuit and Passion • DEFENSE IS ABOUT PURSUIT AND PASSION! • YOU MUST TEACH HUSTLE IN ALL DRILLS • PURSUIT DRILL MUST BE DONE EVERYDAY! • PUT YOUR ATHLETES ON THE FIELD • NEVER SACRIFICE SIZE FOR ATHLETICISM

D Line Rules • Nose Aligns in 0 • Ends Line UP in 4’s, unless we adjust by game plane or  front. • Ends play the C gap as a base • Nose plays opposite A gap as the Mike. • Ends Drop On Thunder, T hunder, Lightning, and Storm • Penetrate to the Butt of the Offensive O ffensive lineman and find the football • Outside Rusher has Peel  on Swing • Hammer, Rocky, and Lunatic puts ends in B Gap • C Gap Rusher has Counter/Cut/Boot/Reverse Counter/Cut/Boot/Reverse

Defensive Line Techniques • Defensive lineman will line up with a slightly elongated stance. In passing situations we want the butt in in the air  air  • The foot that is back will be the hand that is down. • Weight will be 60 percent on the hand • Use a ball key, ball moves, you move • “The foot replaces the hand” • We attack 1/3 of the man! We never never play the middle of  the man unless on a bull technique. • We attack our gap shoulder and feel the block of the t he offensive lineman. lineman. We want to be physical on the gap shoulder  • Maintain gap integrity while squeezing the gap. • Never penetrate past the butt of the offensive lineman • Control your gap and maintain m aintain gap integrity

Alignment Rules (Backers) Mike: Lines up Stacked over the nose Lou: Lines up in a 50 on our LDE Rob: Lines up in a 50 on our RDE Our backers line up 5 Yards off the ball Backers can stem pre-snap, but must not get caught out of position and more than a half gap from their assignment To Trips, trips side backer will align based on game plan and assignment

Inside Backer Rules • Run, Draw, Screen, Pass—ATTACK DOWNHILL • Mike Keys The Offensive Guard To Flow (FB)– Mike Keys A Gap (Frontside) • Lou and Rob Key The Gap Shoulder of their lineman to flow. Lou and Rob play play B gap in our base • If Lou or Rob is in an Up technique on TE, Squeeze the D into the C. Limit TE Release • Stacked Backers take three key steps aggressively downhill and read key • LB’s are the last players to Drop on pass • Attack First, Then Redirect • Don’t get caught too close to the LOS- Play at 5 Yards • Know where your outside help is located • MAKE THE DLINE RIGHT!

Dogs Rules • Line Up Splitting The Distance from EMOL and WR versus pro look. If no ISWR, ISWR have D gap force ISWR,, you have • Versus two receivers, play inside leverage to head up on #2, unless unless game plan have plan calls for adjustments. adjustments. You have force/support. Defend the bubble • Versus Trips, line up on #2 at 5 yards and collision number 2. You must defend defen d the bubble. defend • On closed side, reduce reduce alignment alignment to 4x4. We can reduce further based on game plan • Key EMOL for run/pass, low low hat/high hat/high hat. WR key is #2. Buzz Hook/Curl to Flat– You have a numbers drop • Do Not Get Locked Inside On Toss!

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Versus 1 receiver open: Split the distance between the receiver and the EMOL at 5 yards. Versus pro pro look (WR w/TE): Split Distance at five yards. Versus Twins: Line up 1 yard inside inside the #2 receiver receiver until #2 breaks the triangle. triangle. Then, triangle align using using #2 and the EMOL Versus Trips: Follow twins alignment rules- Adjustments Adjustments will be made based on down, distance, personnel, and game plan To a TE Closed: Line up 4x4 on the TE, with a tough tough adjust by by call. We will will make adjustments based based on down, distance, and matchup.

Secondary Rules • Play Head Up in Cover 3, and inside in Cover 0 and Cover 1. • To a closed side, roll up and play 2 outside the EMOL and 9 of the ball. • Press puts you at one yard, jamming the receiver. Get on jam jam and shimmy shimmy your feet. feet. Disrupt the release to your funnel. • Play over over the top top first in all coverages. coverages. Don’t get get beat deep! • Play the Hands of the Wideout to the ball. Always Play Through the Outside Shoulder  • When you go for the interception, be sure and without without hesitation. • When you play the run, be sure.

GAP FITS • The 30 Stack is an attacking gap control defense • It is imperative that each player  understand their gap responsibility • No one is allowed to attack a gap other  than the gap they are assigned • You must practice gap fits everyday! • You must have a player responsible for  each run gap.

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PURSUIT The Key To Great Defense 30 Stack Pursuit Rules

Understandi Understanding ng Pursuit Rules Understandin g Pursuit • Dogs are force players on most fronts. ffron ronts. ts. They attack the OS shoulder of the ball carrier and keep everything inside of them while making plays. They must make a force call • The backside dog must play cutback, boot and reverse before pursuing across G ap. across the B Gap. Ga p. He is the second level chase player. pl ayer. • If you have an I’m here player, you can be aggressive on flow away. • We must declare a force player each play.

Attack, Collapse, Chase • Attack players aim across the belt of the ball ball carrier. They must must fill space when when the ball is forced inside. • The collapse players aim one yard inside the inside number of the ball player to play the cutback. They can’t over pursue. • The Chase players are backside players. They must play trap, counter, and reverse. reverse. The Chase end must get as deep as the ball and take reverse away. away. The chase backer backer and and dog dog must not cross the A gap until they are sure.

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Understand Pursuit Rules • The frontside backer and DE are the attack players. • The Nose and Mac play Collapse • The Backside Backer and End are the chase players. • We practice pursuit 10 minutes each day with no exceptions • We work sweep pursuit, power pursuit, and draw pursuit • Never run into or follow a player with your  colored jersey!

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Determining Strength • We will establish a formation strength every down. • We want to determine where are greatest threat is located. • We call out personnel and make a tight call as the offense gets set. • We use the alignment of the backs, receivers, and tight ends to determine strength.

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Game Planning POE • • • • • • • • •

Who is their best player? Who is their playmaker? Who is their 3rd Down Guy? What is their favorite play? What are they known for? What and who do we have to stop to win? What match-up can we win? Can we defeat their protection? Who can we cover man-to-man?

Put Your Game Plan On Paper  • Each player gets a copy of our game plan • Our players must know formation, personnel, and down and distance tendencies • Preparation can allow you to overcome a lack of talent • Our players are given a test by their position coach on Weds. • They must know the game plan. • Keep the game plan simple to guarantee success!

Concepts of the 30 Stack

James Vint  [email protected] (646) 721-7155 COPYWRIGHT© 2007 James Vint. This power point is copyrighted and is protected from unauthorized reproduction by the copyright laws of  the United States. Unauthorized Unauthorized use or reproduction without the expressed, written written consent of James Vint is strictly prohibited.

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