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Four Verticals scheme breakdown: Memphis beats Ole Miss

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We continue our breakdown of the Ole Miss v. Memphis game

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In our first installment of Four Verticals, the Fabulous Four took a look at some interesting and noteworthy plays from Memphis’ win over Ole Miss in the 2019 season.

Four Verticals features Tomahawk Nation’s scheme analysis group breaking down film as coaches do - around the film (zoom) room, just talking ball. We point out notable concepts, discuss how they may fit Florida State, and what makes them different or new.

Our newest installment continues our scheme-focused breakdown of the Ole Miss v. Memphis game, with more of a focus on interesting and notable defensive wrinkles and concepts.

We hope you enjoyed. We look forward to you joining us as we break down more of new Florida State coach Mike Norvell’s 2019 Memphis Tigers team in future editions.

Understanding past seasons gives us a glimpse to the future for Florida State. While players have changed, what will not is Norvell and defensive coordinator Adam Fuller’s philosophies.

You can find our debut Four Verticals video here, as well as previous installments of our offense and defense scheme education series here. We have been covering topics including recognizing Mike Norvell’s run game, the modern passing game, breaking down Adam Fuller’s defense, two back formations in the Norvell and Kenny Dillingham offense, and Norvell’s use of tight ends.