Oregon’s Hybrid 3-4 Attacking Defense: The “Fire” Zone Blitz

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HOW does Oregon put pressure on opponents through our new Hybrid 3-4 Defense?
What are the major strategies that Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti uses to create sacks and all the turnovers we’ve seen in the last two years? It was fun looking at the foundation concepts of our defense in the first defensive tutorial, but it is now time to get to the juicy stuff that makes Autzen roar in the fall…let’s study the Blitz packages that our beloved Ducks like to use!

Oh how we love to learn about our beloved Ducks!

Charles Fischer  (FishDuck)
Oregon Football Analyst for FishDuck.com
Eugene, Oregon

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