The front is set Field with the Nose in a shade to the field and the DT in a 3 into the boundary.
- Field DE - Inside movement to B gap
- Nose - A gap vs. run, Hook drop vs. Pass
- Tackle - B gap vs. run, Contain vs. Pass
- Boundary DE - C gap vs. run, Flat drop vs. Pass
- Sam - Edge Blitz
- Mike - Blitz
- Will - #2 drop
- SS - Seam/Flat drop
- FS - Middle 1/3
- Corners - 1/3
This pressure overloads the field side and drops 4 underneath into coverage allowing for both pressure and coverage.
Vs. no TE
The Sooners compliment Rip Dogs with Rip Dogs Opposite. The Opposite tag tells the Nose to go to the Opposite A gap instead of dropping.
The Opposite tag turns Rip Dogs into the traditional NCAA blitz. The only coverage adjustment is again the Eddie call vs. a removed #2 receiver into the boundary which exchanges the responsibilities of the dropping End and the Will linebacker.