Inside the Pylon is proud to introduce another new bit of content: Inside the Playbook. In this series, our writers will take to the tape to illustrate how different football concepts are executed, highlighting both prospective draft picks, brilliant design and great individual.
The second installment of this series comes from Sal Conti. In this video he looks at the Ohio State defense in the 2015-2016 season, focusing on how the defense was able to get off the field on third down. Sal breaks down the various coverages, stunts and blitzes employed by the Buckeyes to end offensive drives and force a change of possession:
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