Head Football Coach
Grand Valley State
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Coach Mitchell begins his presentation discussing his pressure fronts and philosophy built around 7 man fronts and showing man coverage which makes the opposing quarterback speed up his timing and can disrupt routes by look. Pressure fronts as explained by Coach Mitchell makes extra practice time when preparing for his defenses thus, taking time away from other approaches. Coach explains that his pressure fronts are used against obvious passing situations such as 3rd down & 4-10 and shares that the pressure fronts aren’t good against running offenses. Coach provides illustrations featuring his 1 high pressure fronts and alignments versus 10 personnel. Coach provides an excellent presentation using a 4.2.5 scheme that features rush 4 with man free coverage, rushing 4 with cover 2, rushing 5 with cover 3, and rushing 6 or 7 defenders with cover 0. This presentation offers actual game film to assist in understanding Coach Mitchells pressure approach.