The 3-4 now takes up 15 teams in the NFL and its really good at stopping the spread offense. Teams like Alabama are already running this defense and having success. With the Big 12 a passing conference I think this defense makes perfect sense.
I am aware that this defense takes a dominant nose tackle which is really hard to come by and that our defense already has a major way to go.
I am hoping in the coming years as CPR gains more recongition this would be more plausable. I do think it will be nessesary later on.
Just a thought. I know the complications of it but think it would help
It does make sense, especially with the limited number of DL ISU seems to always have. I still will let Wally choose; he looks like he knows what he is doing, just doesn't have all the guys he needs to make a great defense.
As stated above I realize we dont have the personnel to run it right now. I trust Wally to but that doesn't mean wally couldn't run the 3-4 later on. Obviously big personnel moves would be required but I think a few of you are missing the point I was trying to make
Considering ISU has a helluva time even getting DL to commit here...perhaps removing one from the field would make the situation better
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