Football 101: Man-free coverage
Updated: November 7, 2003, 1:58 PM ETBy Bob Davie | Special to ESPN.com
Just about every college football team has some type of man-free coverage in their defensive packages. In today's class, we will look at some various ways man-free coverage is played and how it is used to not only defend the run, but also apply pressure against the pass.
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