Fury vs Riot, 2008 USA Nationals by Brummie

In the 2008 UPA Final, Seattle Riot led San Francisco Fury 10-1 in strong wind before one of the greatest comebacks of all time led to Fury winning another championship. Here, we deep dive into one of the key adjustments that Fury made: their use of a zone defence

Forcing difficult throws The primary idea of a zone is to tempt your opponent to take on more difficult throws than they would normally attempt. If they opt to take these throws on, then they are taking the most direct […]

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