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Cover: situational defense packages
Situational Defense Packages

with Joey Didier,
University of St. Francis Co-Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Backs Coach;
2016 NAIA National Champions, 3x NAIA National Runner-Up (2004-06)

Learn how one of the most successful programs in NAIA develops situational defensive packages!

Joey Didier explains his defensive philosophy, the process used to create a more efficient defense, and the steps that he and his staff go through when planning for game-specific situations. This includes how to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your base defense and how to compensate for the weaknesses in certain situations. You'll learn from Coach Didier:

  • The basic strengths and weaknesses of the USF 4-2-5 cover 4 defense.
  • How they evaluate their defensive scheme at the end of each season from an offensive perspective.
  • How they construct complements to their base defense that allow them to combat specific weaknesses in their base scheme.
  • How they identify the best players to maximize the defensive personnel.

Complementary Coverages to Cover 4

A significant portion of this presentation is devoted to complementary coverages to the USF Cover 4 defense.

  • Learn the USF Cover 6, which is the perfect every-down complement to Cover 4.
  • Learn how to adjust the Cover 6 coverage to account for 3x1 sets and empty sets.
  • Learn how USF plays the "Tampa 2" Cover 2 defense as a complement to their base Cover 4 and Cover 6 defensive coverages.
  • Learn a simple "simulated pressure" that can be used with Cover 6.
  • 3rd Down 3-4 Defensive Package

    The presentation concludes with Didier sharing the 3-4 defense package that can be used as a third down "nickel" or "dime" package.

    • Learn how they determine what sub packages they use from year to year.
    • Learn the responsibilities of each player in the 3-4 package.
    • Learn how to use the 3-4 against the run and how to create pressure from the 3-4.

    This is a great video for any defensive coach. Coach Didier does an excellent job at presenting the thought process behind constructing a situational approach to defense and the specifics of how to get it done!

    51 minutes. 2018.

    DVD
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    Cover: linebacker play in a hybrid 3-4 havoc defense
    Linebacker Play in a Hybrid 3-4 HAVOC Defense

    with BJ Campbell,
    Montana Tech Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach;
    back-to-back Frontier Conference Champions (2015-16)

    Under Coach Campbell's direction, the Montana Tech Defense finished in the top 25 in the nation in eight categories in 2016, including 11th in scoring defense, holding opponents to 19.2 points per game. This followed a 2015 season in which his defense finished in the top 25 nationally in seven categories. He has guided at least one linebacker to All-Conference honors in each of his six seasons as coach.

    The Havoc 3-4 defense is designed to bring pressure by stemming and disguising where it's coming from. BJ Campbell explains his philosophy of creating a disruptive defense that focuses on creating negative plays and turnovers. He discusses four different types of plays the outside linebacker must master: line of scrimmage plays, box plays, space plays, and blitz and pressure plays. Alignment, rules and pursuit angles are shown for each.

    Campbell goes into detail about his teaching progression, and specifically, focuses on how to teach linebacker play from a standpoint of what the linebackers are asked to do in the hybrid 3-4 defense.

    Keys, Reads, Footwork and Block Destruction

    Using game footage, Campbell explains and illustrates the various reads, keys, footwork, and block destruction techniques that he teaches to his linebackers. You'll learn:

    • Specific reads and run fits in the hybrid 3-4 defense against a variety of offensive schemes, including popular spread offense concepts.
    • Several techniques for defeating blocks, including a long-arm technique and a splatter technique that is becoming popular among.
    • defensive coaches across the country.
    • Block destruction techniques that are effective with inside linebackers, including the rip and post.

    Blitz and Pressure

    Campbell shares his coaching points for teaching players to blitz and pressure. He shares coaching points for teaching both edge rushers as well as interior blitzers. You'll see how to teach stance, aiming point, get off, and keys for the edge rusher. Additionally, Campbell explains how to coach interior rushers on aiming points and how to time the get-off in the blitz.

    Hand Combat Arsenal

    Most players will get a sack due to their best move, and not every technique will fit into every player, so having different techniques for different players will allow them to use their strengths. Coach Campbell teaches the critical elements in getting sacks with his hand combat arsenal that includes:

    • Chop, dip, rip
    • Club, pop, swim/rip
    • Double wiper
    • Speed to the ball/rush

    Linebacker expectations are also covered, including a list of tangibles and intangibles linebackers must have to be successful.

    The techniques shown in this video for the outside linebacker in the hybrid 3-4 give you the tools to combat the most daunting offenses on your schedule.

    115 minutes. 2017.

    DVD
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    Cover: the 3-4 havoc defense 3-pack
    The 3-4 Havoc Defense 3-Pack
    FD-05295A:

    with BJ Campbell,
    Montana Tech Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach;
    back-to-back Frontier Conference Champions (2015-16)

    Under Coach Campbell's direction, the Montana Tech Defense finished in the top 25 in the nation in eight categories in 2016, including 11th in scoring defense, holding opponents to 19.2 points per game. This followed a 2015 season in which his defense finished in the top 25 nationally in seven categories. He has guided at least one linebacker to All-Conference honors in each of his six seasons as coach.

    BJ Campbell has created an exciting and aggressive defense designed to not only stop opponents, but take the ball away from them. Based on a 3-4 scheme, his "Havoc Defense" utilizes multiple fronts and blitzes to confuse and put pressure on his opponents. Campbell shows you how to develop your players so they become a concrete expression of his philosophy.

    Coach Campbell builds an attack defense from the foundation up. He starts by defending his choice of the 3-4 hybrid. He continues by defining the style of play necessary for success within this scheme. He creates an identity for his defense so that each player becomes a functioning part of his philosophy, stressing awareness, effort, creating turnovers, and an aggressive approach to defense. This develops players to be more reactive than cerebral. He changes the point system on his defensive stats to support his "Havoc" style, reinforcing his definition of attack.

    Drills to Build the HAVOC Culture

    During this presentation, Coach Campbell presents some of the key team drills that are used during practice at Montana Tech, and, how these drills use his philosophy and build a culture that is reflective of that philosophy. You'll learn:

    • Which key areas of practice are charted to create competition in practice
    • A unique way to teach perimeter run force and team pursuit
    • The "Tempo Pursuit" drill that is used to build awareness of formations and motions, while stressing awareness of the ball and a turnover mentality
    • Key coaching points used to teach interception and fumble returns to your players

    Montana Tech Havoc and Block Destruction Circuits

    Coach Campbell shares two circuits that he uses to teach tackling, block destruction, and turnover fundamentals in a short period of time. You'll see how the HAVOC circuit teaches tackling and turnover creation fundamentals through a variety of drills that are position-specific. Additionally, you'll learn the techniques that Coach Campbell and his staff teach to their players to deliver blows and escape from blocks with good leverage.

    Using practice and game video, Coach Campbell covers the important concepts and skills needed for success. He shows several team drills and many individual circuit drills that focus or reinforce his basic attack philosophy. Even if you don't embrace his 3-4 multiple front concept, there are many elements in this video that you can apply to any defensive scheme.

    104 minutes. 2017.



    FD-05295B:

    with BJ Campbell,
    Montana Tech Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach;
    back-to-back Frontier Conference Champions (2015-16)

    Under Coach Campbell's direction, the Montana Tech Defense finished in the top 25 in the nation in eight categories in 2016, including 11th in scoring defense, holding opponents to 19.2 points per game. This followed a 2015 season in which his defense finished in the top 25 nationally in seven categories. He has guided at least one linebacker to All-Conference honors in each of his six seasons as coach.

    The RPO, or run pass option, is a headache for every defense. The RPO offense exploits defensive mis-alignments and reads, but can be coerced into mistakes if they misread the defense. To combat this trend, BJ Campbell gives you multiple ways to defend and defeat RPO and tempo offenses with his HAVOC defensive philosophy.

    Campbell covers his base fronts and covera
    DVD
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    Cover: the fundamentals of creating a havoc defense
    The Fundamentals of Creating a Havoc Defense

    with BJ Campbell,
    Montana Tech Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach;
    back-to-back Frontier Conference Champions (2015-16)

    Under Coach Campbell's direction, the Montana Tech Defense finished in the top 25 in the nation in eight categories in 2016, including 11th in scoring defense, holding opponents to 19.2 points per game. This followed a 2015 season in which his defense finished in the top 25 nationally in seven categories. He has guided at least one linebacker to All-Conference honors in each of his six seasons as coach.

    BJ Campbell has created an exciting and aggressive defense designed to not only stop opponents, but take the ball away from them. Based on a 3-4 scheme, his "Havoc Defense" utilizes multiple fronts and blitzes to confuse and put pressure on his opponents. Campbell shows you how to develop your players so they become a concrete expression of his philosophy.

    Coach Campbell builds an attack defense from the foundation up. He starts by defending his choice of the 3-4 hybrid. He continues by defining the style of play necessary for success within this scheme. He creates an identity for his defense so that each player becomes a functioning part of his philosophy, stressing awareness, effort, creating turnovers, and an aggressive approach to defense. This develops players to be more reactive than cerebral. He changes the point system on his defensive stats to support his "Havoc" style, reinforcing his definition of attack.

    Drills to Build the HAVOC Culture

    During this presentation, Coach Campbell presents some of the key team drills that are used during practice at Montana Tech, and, how these drills use his philosophy and build a culture that is reflective of that philosophy. You'll learn:

    • Which key areas of practice are charted to create competition in practice
    • A unique way to teach perimeter run force and team pursuit
    • The "Tempo Pursuit" drill that is used to build awareness of formations and motions, while stressing awareness of the ball and a turnover mentality
    • Key coaching points used to teach interception and fumble returns to your players

    Montana Tech Havoc and Block Destruction Circuits

    Coach Campbell shares two circuits that he uses to teach tackling, block destruction, and turnover fundamentals in a short period of time. You'll see how the HAVOC circuit teaches tackling and turnover creation fundamentals through a variety of drills that are position-specific. Additionally, you'll learn the techniques that Coach Campbell and his staff teach to their players to deliver blows and escape from blocks with good leverage.

    Using practice and game video, Coach Campbell covers the important concepts and skills needed for success. He shows several team drills and many individual circuit drills that focus or reinforce his basic attack philosophy. Even if you don't embrace his 3-4 multiple front concept, there are many elements in this video that you can apply to any defensive scheme.

    104 minutes. 2017.

    DVD
    Buy at Championship Productions

    Cover: kevin donley's championship football series
    Kevin Donley's Championship Football Series
    FD-05308A:

    with Kevin Donley,
    University of St. Francis Head Coach;
    2016 & 2017 NAIA National Champions, 3x NAIA National Runner-Up ('04-'06);
    4x NAIA National Coach of the Year ('91, '04, '16, '17);
    10x Mid-States Football Association Mideast League Coach of the Year;
    back-to-back AFCA NAIA Region 4 Coach of the Year ('16 & '17); 12x MSFA Champions;
    distinguished member of the NAIA Hall of Fame ('13);
    winningest coach in NAIA history - over 300 career wins (30 winning season, five 13-win seasons)

    Developing a football program in a coach's image can be a never-ending task. Kevin Donley - the winningest coach in NAIA history - presents his "Filling the Bucket" approach that has produced over 300 wins, 30 winning seasons, five NAIA National Championship game appearances and the 2016 NAIA National Title.

    It all starts with developing a great culture within your program. Donley shares insight into how the relationship between a coach and player can be strengthened while developing players into the best they can be.

    All successful programs have a philosophy that players and coaches buy into. Coach Donley focuses on his "Filling the Bucket" approach. You will learn how to get max effort out of players, how develop a physical football program, and how to develop integrity. You will also get 11 key points when dealing with change and potential.

    Additionally, Donley explains what he expects in the weight room and how this helps develop culture in a football program.

    Filling the Bucket

    Coach Donley shows you how to fill a player's bucket so that they reach their fullest potential. You will learn eight key points on how to fill players' buckets, including how to:

    • Make players with unlimited potential maximize their abilities.
    • Reward players with limited potential, but a high work ethic.
    • Develop a physical team in all environments.
    • Demand maximum effort while still creating a fun environment.
    • Use specialty coaches like a passing game coordinator and defensive run coordinator.
    • Create a positive learning environment.
    • Limit player distractions.
    • Use peer pressure to motivate your players.

    Dealing with Change

    Learn how to effectively handle things you as a coach cannot control within the school structure. You will see how to overcome program budget cuts as well as dealing with negative attitudes from other coaches.

    Coach Donley gives you key pieces to building a championship caliber football program. His interactive "Filling the Bucket" approach gives you the building blocks to create a successful team.

    47 minutes. 2018.



    FD-05308B:

    with Patrick Donley,
    University of St. Francis Co-Offensive Coordinator / Outside Receivers Coach;
    2016 NAIA National Champions, 3x NAIA National Runner-Up (2004-06)

    Each season and each game, coaches must be prepared for special situations that might arise. In this video, Patrick Donley shares how his team prepares for these situations and provides a valuable 'toolbox' to employ for consistent success in your program.

    Coach Donley takes you to the classroom to dissect game film from various situations, and how to develop your game plan to achieve success. His approach will provide you with play calls designed to fit the situation you are facing. His toolbox features:

    • Touchdown Plays - Scoring potential from anywhere on the field.
    • 15+ yard tools - Extra long conversion plays.
    • 10+ yard tools - Long yardage conversion plays.
    • 5+ yard tools - Medium yardage conversion plays.
    • Short Tools- Short yardage conversion plays.

    Each tool set includes breakdowns of techniques and strategies. Donley will teach you:

    • How to run efficient "rub" routes vs. man coverage. In short yardage situations, rub routes tend to create an open receiver within a manageable throw.
    • How to recognize and respon
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