Eagles’ 10-1 defense the backbone to Brock’s success

On paper, the 10-1 defense employed by the Brock Eagles can look outdated and completely out of place in a world filled with spread offenses and multiple receiver sets.

After all, the defense, made famous by former Celina and Pilot Point legend G.A. Moore, had originally been designed to stop the offenses of a bygone era — the wing-T, the slot-T, wishbone and flexbone.

The scheme, however, has evolved over time to account for new offensive attacks and is still proving effective through the use of one key ingredient: relentless pressure.

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