According to msn.foxsports.com: " One-Gap vs. Two-Gap As important as the techniques are, gap responsibilities are much more vital to the success of the defense. Depending on the play called and the philosophy of the defensive coordinator, a defensive lineman could be responsible for either one or two gaps. One-gap responsibility is relatively simple: the defender attacks a hole and must take care of whatever business happens there. He is expected to tackle any running back who goes through that hole, or to force the running back to move laterally into the arms of another tackler. If the offense is passing, the defender's gap is his route to the quarterback. Two-gap responsibility requires more discipline on the part of the defender. A defensive tackle may be responsible for both the A and B gaps on his side of the field. His job is not so much to crash through a gap as to read the play, anticipate which gap a running back might choose, and clog it. The two-gap defender must quickly diagnose the blocking scheme to determine which of his gaps is more vulnerable. "
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The number of assistant coaches varies from team to team but here is what I understand the standard most teams carry. There are two assistant coaches on the bench along with the head coach. One assistant is for offense and the other for defense. There is also a goaltending coach who watches the game from a pressbox, "bird's eye" view and sometimes does doubles as the video coach. There is also a strength and conditioning coach. I have heard of teams carrying additional coaches for developing propects and are assigned to the minors and junior teams.
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Four defensive linemen on the line, rushing the quarterback. Usually there are three linebackers in this type of defense, also known as the 4-3.
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The 3-4 defense was popularized by Bud Wilkinson, the head coach of the University of Oklahoma football team in the 1940s. However, its exact origin is difficult to pinpoint as several coaches and teams have contributed to its development over the years. The 3-4 defense is characterized by three defensive linemen and four linebackers, providing additional flexibility and versatility in defending against both the run and the pass.