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    Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    Ok, I pulled some of the better defensive clips from our dominating season.
    The clips of the team in red is Tom Tupas team.
    For any of you who do not know who he is, he was a QB at OSU and a long time punter in the NFL.
    He won a Super Bowl with the Bucs.
    His son is the QB.
    (I shook hands with a guy wearing a SB ring
    ;D...not to mention beat his team).

    -The first one started a lot of controversy.
    After that hit the other team quit the game.
    They also put the player in an ambulance.
    He was ok, whuch is good.

    -The hit where the tall kid goes out for a screen and #36 nails the kid...that is Ultra Jr. laying the wood.

    -On the interception, as we run it back watch #51 in red as he gets hammered!
    Didn't even see it coming.

    -The last hit...wow!
    Kids body goes parallel to the ground!
    He cuts back and never sees it coming!

    *sorry for the quality, I had to keeo it small.

    [img width=450 height=368]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v482/ultravikingfan/th_Vilolentdefense1.jpg[/img]

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    Re: Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    Damn firewalls.
    Another one I am gonna have to log on at home to see.
    Sounds very interesting though my friend.
    ;D
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    Re: Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    That was fun to watch.
    There are some serious mismatches going on there.
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    Re: Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    Ok, I pulled some of the better defensive clips from our dominating season.
    The clips of the team in red is Tom Tupas team.
    For any of you who do not know who he is, he was a QB at OSU and a long time punter in the NFL.
    He won a Super Bowl with the Bucs.
    His son is the QB.
    (I shook hands with a guy wearing a SB ring
    ;D...not to mention beat his team).

    -The first one started a lot of controversy.
    After that hit the other team quit the game.
    They also put the player in an ambulance.
    He was ok, whuch is good.

    -The hit where the tall kid goes out for a screen and #36 nails the kid...that is Ultra Jr. laying the wood.

    -On the interception, as we run it back watch #51 in red as he gets hammered!
    Didn't even see it coming.

    -The last hit...wow!
    Kids body goes parallel to the ground!
    He cuts back and never sees it coming!

    *sorry for the quality, I had to keeo it small.

    [img width=450 height=368]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v482/ultravikingfan/th_Vilolentdefense1.jpg[/img]



    Not to laugh Ultra, but that Right End on O, looks like he's ready to crap in his pants with that monster facing him....LMAO





    What the hell are you feeding your team?
    Or are they on roids....LOL
    ;D


    I LOVE THE SMELL OF VICTORY IN THE MORNING AIR.

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    Re: Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    "NordicNed" wrote:
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    Not to laugh Ultra, but that Right End on O, looks like he's ready to crap in his pants with that monster facing him....LMAO...
    No doubt, that little kid has some balls trying to block that dude though.
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    Who's #99 ,
    LOL
    He's like a mini, Fat Pat.......What a beast
    ;D


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    Re: Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    #99 is a beast.
    He goes 130, has speed and most importantly understands the game.
    He brings it every play.
    It is the mental side of the game that makes him the player he is.
    In youth ball almost every play is around the outside.
    When you have a player that can take a block and push the play back inside to the LB's you are money.

    Yah, that TE never stood a chance.
    Every play he would stand straight-up and #99 would one arm chuck him with ease.
    But the size does not mater; coaching does.
    If that player was coached properly he should be able to disrupt the path of #99.
    Or he can go low on him.
    We have small players as well and they are coached-up to do this and it works.
    Give me the smallest player and we will make him useful for the team.
    We get production out of every player and we were not even the "biggest" team out there.
    Our head coach played DI for Michigan State in the early 90's when they were in Bowl games nd good.
    He also is an assistant with the High School.
    Another coach played ball for Toledo before blowing out his knee and he is now an Offensive Coordinator with a local High School.
    Another coach has been coaching youth for 6 years.
    As for me, I have been coaching youth for 6 years as well.

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    Re: Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    ...In youth ball almost every play is around the outside.
    When you have a player that can take a block and push the play back inside to the LB's you are money.
    Not where I come from. Bread and butter of the offense from 3rd to 7th grade was, 23/24 iso, 23/24 counter, 37/38 sweep(which is outside) only pass play we ran was 37/38 waggle, and a screen play here and there.t

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    Re: Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    #99 is a beast.
    He goes 130, has speed and most importantly understands the game.
    He brings it every play.
    It is the mental side of the game that makes him the player he is.
    In youth ball almost every play is around the outside.
    When you have a player that can take a block and push the play back inside to the LB's you are money.

    Yah, that TE never stood a chance.
    Every play he would stand straight-up and #99 would one arm chuck him with ease.
    But the size does not mater; coaching does.
    If that player was coached properly he should be able to disrupt the path of #99.
    Or he can go low on him.
    We have small players as well and they are coached-up to do this and it works.
    Give me the smallest player and we will make him useful for the team.
    We get production out of every player and we were not even the "biggest" team out there.
    Our head coach played DI for Michigan State in the early 90's when they were in Bowl games nd good.
    He also is an assistant with the High School.
    Another coach played ball for Toledo before blowing out his knee and he is now an Offensive Coordinator with a local High School.
    Another coach has been coaching youth for 6 years.
    As for me, I have been coaching youth for 6 years as well.
    I hope you are teaching these kids how to win with class, because you sound like you have none, bragging about how your kid put someone in the hospital. sad.

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    Re: Violent Defense, a Video of my team!

    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    #99 is a beast.
    He goes 130, has speed and most importantly understands the game.
    He brings it every play.
    It is the mental side of the game that makes him the player he is.
    In youth ball almost every play is around the outside.
    When you have a player that can take a block and push the play back inside to the LB's you are money.

    Yah, that TE never stood a chance.
    Every play he would stand straight-up and #99 would one arm chuck him with ease.
    But the size does not mater; coaching does.
    If that player was coached properly he should be able to disrupt the path of #99.
    Or he can go low on him.
    We have small players as well and they are coached-up to do this and it works.
    Give me the smallest player and we will make him useful for the team.
    We get production out of every player and we were not even the "biggest" team out there.
    Our head coach played DI for Michigan State in the early 90's when they were in Bowl games nd good.
    He also is an assistant with the High School.
    Another coach played ball for Toledo before blowing out his knee and he is now an Offensive Coordinator with a local High School.
    Another coach has been coaching youth for 6 years.
    As for me, I have been coaching youth for 6 years as well.
    I hope you are teaching these kids how to win with class, because you sound like you have none, bragging about how your kid put someone in the hospital. sad.
    What is your problem?
    Do you have to hijack these threads like this?

    We do teach them to win with class.
    I am sorry I did not add that.
    We do not jump around and celebrate after a win.
    We gather the team up and tell them "show some class" and go on our way.

    I was not "bragging."
    The player was fine.
    The other team overreacted when he got his bell rung.
    Also, that player lives down the street from me and he and my son hav been friends since Kindergarten.
    After the game I went straight to the hospital to see him.
    His dad said "that's football" and the player knew he got it because there was no blocking and his FB avoided contact on the LB he was supposed to block.


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