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    • ianaboyd

      Texas does, that was mentioned in the article.

      Iowa State likes to bring trap-2 fire zones (four-under/two-deep) and they have some of those Narduzzi-type blitzes as well (two-under/three-deep). Their main strategy though is to drop eight into coverage and when they do fire off the blitzes their dime structure gives them a lot more flexibility in how they do it, plus they still leave two deep as often as not.

      Texas likes the fire zone and the simulated pressure but it didn’t work out so hot for them last year and they ranked near the bottom of the league on third down.

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