By Keith Grabowski
Over the last few seasons, the tite front has become all the rage in defensive circles. It is the modern-day version of the Bear front which is being utilized to to defend spread offenses
You will most likely ss some version of the Tite front this season. It is important that you have go-to concepts and adjustments that can be successful against it.
While it was designed to force the ball laterally and let speedier hybrid defenders run it down, offenses are having success with simple adjustments that include specific techniques that put the offensive line in great position to effectively block this front.
In this example, Kyle Flood, OC/OL at Texas, illustrates the footwork and targets for his offensive line that allows the running back to get the ball downhill and gash the defense.
To learn more about the course click the following link: Running the Ball with Multiple Schemes vs. Tite Front
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