By Jerry Sandusky

A compilation of drills designed to improve and increase all easy abilities for linebacker play. Well-illustrated in an easy-to-understand kind. contains warm-up drills, stance drills, move drills, tackling drills, laying off blockers drill, run security drills, and go dashing drills.

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The linebacker catches the football, tucks it under his arm, and continues shuffling over the row of blocking dummies. The drill should be conducted until all of the linebackers have had a sufficient number of repetitions. The linebackers should be instructed not to use crossover steps. Page 36 Drill #26: Skeleton Pursuit Objective: To teach linebackers the proper angles of pursuit and the proper way to converge on the ball. Equipment Needed: A football. Description: The coach or quarterback (QB), two running backs (RB), and two wide receivers (WR) run three plays at the linebackers (LB).

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The linebaker should work right, left, and diagonally with his head up, while coming toward the coach. Page 47 Drill #36: One-On-One Dive Objective: To enhance the ability of a linebacker to play off various types of blocks and make a tackle. Equipment Needed: Two blocking bags; a football. Description: Two bags are laid on the ground parallel to each other approximately five yards apart. An offensive blocker is positioned between the bags, while a ballcarrier sets up about five yards directly behind him.

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