North Carolina is no defensive power in 2015, but the Tar Heels managed to limit Georgia Tech's option offense to ten points in the last three quarters and forced two turnovers. Jason Staples explains what Gene Chizik and UNC did schematically and why the most important thing against the option is having great athletes who can not only do their assignment but manage to do two things at once.
To Slow Down Georgia Tech's Option, Players Have to Make Plays
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