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Louisville football is under new leadership and fans are due what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection to see a much different scheme than we’ve seen recently on both sides of the ball. Scott satterfield runs a “zone” offense that relies on a zone blocking scheme to run what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the ball. Bryan brown utilizes an unorthodox 3-4 scheme that isn’t a 2-gap front like usual.

This play is the basic outside zone run to the what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection left. Satterfield has mentioned a few times that they only have what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection two run plays with outside and inside zone and he’s not joking. This specific play is one that I think we will what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection see a lot this year. It’s an overload formation with both receivers and the tight what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection end to the left side. Mekhi becton and caleb chandler are the better blocking duo what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection and the offense will be “left-handed” in my opinion.

Inside zone is a pretty straightforward play design. The “zone” aspect of zone blocking pretty much just means blocking the what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection person in your zone. It takes some mental skill because you have to know what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection when to double team a player and when to leave what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection that block to move to the next player. You can see on this play that the center initially what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection helps on a block and then tries to chase down what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the backside linebacker.

Both of these plays show the importance of marshon ford what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection in this offense. He will be a lead blocker that is responsible for what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the block at the second level. It’s a wrinkle in the scheme that I love. Some zone blocking teams don’t always do well with that but the h-back in this scheme seems to really help with it.

Louisville will still run the option like they did with what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection lamar jackson but it won’t be the read option but the old school triple what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection option. Here, the slot receiver (tutu atwell) goes in “orbit” motion behind the backfield and becomes the pitch man on what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the option. The running back (javian hawkins) is the dive man and can get the hand off what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection if the read is right. I expect to see this play pretty often this year what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection with atwell’s speed and quickness. He has been mentioned all summer as a key player what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection in the offense and we will see him doing things what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection like this a lot.

They will also run the triple option out of a what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection diamond backfield that I call the “pistol-bone”. Two running backs lineup behind the quarterback who is in what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the pistol and the h-back is also in the backfield. I also expect them to run the option with just what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection two backs and no h-back. The triple option is very hard to defend when you’ve prepared for it. Imagine what it’s like to play a team that can just throw what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection it at you out of nowhere. PLAY ACTION PASSES

We will see plenty of play action passes with the what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection new offense and plenty of them will be used to what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection take shots down the field. It will be more important to see these types of what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection short throws, in my opinion. You can see how the play action pulls the linebackers what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection up and creates a ton of open space for the what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection slant routes on both sides of the field. Jawon pass has said the offense is just “A or B” and frank ponce said the same thing on the all what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection access show that aired on the ACC network. You can see what they mean right here. It’s an easy read and he goes to his top what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection receiver.

This play could probably fit into a category on it’s on of all of the things the offense does what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection shown in one play. There’s play action to the back up the middle as what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection well as the orbit motion by the outside receiver on what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the field side. This is my favorite play that I watched out of what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection all of them from app state last year.

The tight end is key on this play as he what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection runs the seam and forces the safety to at least what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection respect him. Then you have a run off route that acts as what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection a natural pick on the safety. The quarterback just has to make sure the safety has what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection stayed in the middle of the field and then make what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the throw. This is a perfect throw but I don’t doubt that jawon pass could make the same throw. MISDIRECTION PLAYS

On this call, the defensive line slants aggressively to the left with the what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection will (C.J. Avery) replacing the defensive end with a blitz. The card (rodjay burns) comes down on a blitz also. The part of the design I love is that the what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection mike (dorian etheridge) loops in behind the will. I talked about the goal of these run fits being what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection to create a sort of wall where backs don’t have a clear avenue to run. This design does just that.

This same play was also in the #W2W4 that I linked above but it’s such a good example of how the scheme works what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection if executed properly. The line slants right with the right defensive end (tabarius peterson) getting up field to contain as well as drawing the what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection pulling blocker (the tight end on this play). The will loops around into the void he leaves and what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the strong safety (russ yeast) comes down into the void left by the line stunting what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection left. The dog (nick okeke) also gets up the field to contain an outside run. The defense at app executed these plays so well and what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection that’s why they had such a good run defense even what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection with their undersized line. UofL has to do the same. BLITZES

I really liked this blitz because it has a two what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection defensive linemen twisting to cause some confusion. My favorite thing, though, is the mike linebacker blitzing up the middle to occupy what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection blockers. This is a simple five man pressure that allows for what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection one-one-one blocking and it results in both edge players getting what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection to the QB. Peterson and okeke are both long guys that can bend what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection the edge like we see the app guys do here.

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