MQ Quick Hits Ep. 19 – Blitzing From the Tite Front

How do you blitz from the Tite Front? MQ answers.

In this episode of Quick Hits, Coach A. discusses an oft-asked question, “What are some good blitzes from the Tite Front?”

MQ answers with 3 pressures to think about. The main theme? Find a way to get to a Bear Front. Coach A. walks you through each blitz, even giving you details on how to teach your coverages (with several options).

 

 

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Want more Tite Front resources? MQ has you covered:

  1. The Tite Front (303/404)
  2. How Offenses Attack the Tite Front (2017/2018 Texas Longhorns)
  3. The Modern Bear Front (Georgia vs Notre Dame – 2017)

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One thought on “MQ Quick Hits Ep. 19 – Blitzing From the Tite Front”

  1. I think the one adjustment I’d include is a long stick into the weak B from the nose if you want to bring a true firezone 5 man like you’re Am Blitz example and have the Backside DE Box. It solves a lot of problems from teams who like to use a gap scheme away from your pressure and let’s the Will zero out, playing the A Gap with contain players on both sides.

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