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The strength call gives direction to your fronts, stunts, and coverages. At DuPage, after analyzing the two most common types of strength calls, we saw an opportunity to double our options in the movement of the defense and a means of preventing offenses from restricting our defensive package through the use of different formations. Our defense had six positions that could align toward or away from the strength call, while the other five positions remained relatively unaffected. We make the "strength call" to the tight end side of the offensive formation.

When discussing the offensive attack on game day, it reduces the need for verbal communication. Time is very important, and the last thing you need is a long explanation of an offensive play. When you say, "Ice," "Tear," "Power," or "Base,'' the players will have an image of an entire offensive play. Likewise, if you say, "Brown left," the players will have a mental picture of an offensive formation with a tight end on the right side, two split wide receivers to the left side, and the "strength" to the right.

We won eight consecutive state championships and were ranked in the top 10 in the nation seven times, finishing second twice and fourth three times. During the same time period, our team defense was rated among the top 10 in the country eight times. In 1995, our best year for team defense, we were ranked No. 1 in the nation in team defense. 25 points per game. Our opponents averaged 132 yards in total offense per game35 yards rushing and 97 yards passing. 9 points per game and 179 yards in total offense per game.

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