One comment on “Read the Defense

  1. Players told by coaches “run the play as diagrammed” can’t do this. It’s not exactly the same was what Dick brings up here, but the necessity of reading the defense and responding accordingly is one reason I like teaching Torbett’s “read and react” offense. The very best players, of course, are pre-reading the defense and knowing how to attack before they get the ball.

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