Check out the details behind the University of Massachusetts new “Falcon” call, a two-deep, four under field pressure blitz check concept designed to attack offensive formation width.
By Mike Kuchar
Senior Research Manager
This Spring, University of Massachusetts has developed what it calls “Falcon,” a two-deep, four under field pressure blitz check concept designed to attack offensive formation width. Players are taught to trigger the pressure based on formation structure and leverage. It’s a simple system to implement and even simpler to execute once defenders understand the four base offensive identifiers and which pressure is designed to attack them, respectively. To see how UMASS designed this concept, click on the link below.
Reminder: This is only part of the full-length special report that XandOLabs.com conducted on Developing a Pressure Check System which was released last month. To see more of its contents, click here.