Football 101: 3-3-5 Stack defense
Updated: November 7, 2003, 1:52 PM ETBy Bob Davie | Special to ESPN.com
In this week's class we will study the 3-3-5 stack defense that is somewhat of a new trend in college football. Several schools around the country, including West Virginia, Wake Forest, Air Force, New Mexico and BYU, are using this unorthodox scheme as their base defensive package.
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