Co-Defensive Coordinator / Safeties Coach
Coach Nichols does an excellent job sharing his thoughts with 11 defenders to the ball and talks about the value of the team can best be measured by your distance from the ball when the whistle blows. Coach Nichols shares his reason for running the 4.2.5 and the recruiting process for what he looks for in an athlete fitting into the 4.2.5 scheme. Coach discusses the versatility of the 4.2.5 and it ability to adjust to multiple tempo offenses. Coach Nichols shares illustrations, bullet points, and actual game film to assist in understanding Toledo’s approach to running the 4.2.5.
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