Football Film Room

Defining the Defense: the 3-4


Some say the difference between a 3-4 defense and a 4-3 defense is whether the D-linemen two-gap (have to control two gaps on the offensive line) or whether they one-gap (look to penetrate one gap...

Film Breakdown: Keith Price's 2nd Half vs BSU


The best time to throw the ball is when you don't have to.

How to Set the Defense up for Big Plays: Film Room


We take a look at several plays in the first quarter of the Huskies - Broncos matchup to look at Steve Sarkisian's play-calling and how he set up the Boise State Defense for some big pass plays.


Featured FanPost: An X's and O's look at BSU v. UW

The 2013 University of Washington football season began with a bang. The Dawgs were able 'buck' the Broncos of Boise State with a resounding 38-6 victory. The most discussed topic following the...

UW Sub-package: The Nickel, also what Boise runs


Taking a look at the nickel subpackage, and its many uses. UW uses the nickel as a base package if you define Shaq Thompson as a DB, or as a sub-package if you consider him a versatile freak of...

Defining the Defense: Base 4-3


Taking a look at the 4-3 defense, and Washington's use of it.

Attempting to Define Washington's D


Taking a look at what it is that Washington does exactly on defense, and trying to define it.

61 Yards Later: Touchdown Bishop Sankey


Basketball is the sport I am most familiar with when it comes to playing. When it comes to X's and O's, and "Reading A Defense From Your Couch," football is more my strong suit. If you are not a...

Film Room: Before the 60-yard TD Part II


Earlier this week I broke down the first three plays of the drive against Stanford that led to a certain 60-yard TD run by Bishop Sankey. When I wrote it, it dawned on me that some of the readers...

Film Room: Leading up to the 60-yard touchdown.


Breaking down the drive that gave Washington fans hope that they could upset the Cardinal.

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