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Could Urlacher follow Lovie Out of Chicago?

With Lovie Smith looking for a new job, could the first piece he adds to his new defense be the Bears' great middle linebacker?

Inside the Playbook: Anatomy of a Fake Blitz

An in-depth analysis of a play from the first quarter of the Bears versus Broncos preseason game. It's Rod Marinelli versus Peyton Manning - are the Bears blitzing, or are they bluffing?

Fall Camp Storylines: The Trojan Secondary Looks To Get Even Stronger

USC's secondary is perhaps the team's strongest unit. But it has great position battles to follow during fall. Who will start alongside safety T.J. McDonald and cornerback Nickell Robey?

Tampa 2 101: The Front Seven

Tampa 2 101 - the Front 7: A look at the basic assignments of the front seven in a Tampa 2 scheme.

Tampa 2 101: Zone Coverage

Tampa 2 101: Zone Coverage - A look at how the Bears' Tampa 2 defense divides up the field into zones to prevent big plays and cover up some of the problems of a standard Cover 2.

Brother v. Brother: Discussing BCS standings, UCLA, USC, & the Pac-12's divisional alignment

Two brothers debate the latest topics around college football and the Oregon Ducks.

Roll On: Cal Offense Vs. USC Defense And Monte Kiffin's Tampa 2

Kevin Riley, Shane Vereen, Marvin Jones and the California Golden Bears offense looks to get going against Jurrell Casey, Devon Kennard, Shareece Wright and the reeling USC Trojans defense still adjusting to the legendary Monte Kiffin's Tampa 2 scheme.

Re-Opening Old Wounds, Revisiting 2009 Cal @ Oregon Part II: A Defensive Stop

The CGB looks back at the 2009 Cal @ Oregon game to see what went right and wrong.

The "New" Bears D.C. MUST Evolve The Defense

Who ever the Bears bring in to run their defense had better bring some fresh and new ideas, ideas like...

Patrick Willis of the 49'ers mentions his "welcome to the NFL" moment

His welcome to the NFL moment? Attempting to tackle then Arizona Cardinals runningback Edgerrin James, and almost blacking out in the process. The article its self is about the lost art of tackling which amazed some of the conclusions they came too. First they blamed the Tampa 2 scheme for possibly effecting the lost art, and they never mentioned the Colts highly disciplined well tackling squad. We all remembered for years the Colts struggling to do the basics, such as tackle well. Once Dungy came to town, that all changed quickly. I find it laughable that the Tampa 2 has contributed to the lost fundamental of tackling. While yes, it teaches to swarm to the ball, the Tampa 2, especially the way the Colts play relies on single open field tackles from guys like Kelvin Hayden and Clint Sessions. It is funny that they mention the post Dungy Tampa Bay team. Just another example of what a terrible coach Jon Gruden was.

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