Endzone Scoring via dump behind by Brummie

When close to the endzone, many defenders will leave players behind the disc open in order to protect isolations in the endzone. Correct use of a dump can lead to easy scores on the open or break side of the field.

When using a reset behind the disc (aka ) in the middle of the field, the most effective technique is to position yourself 45 degrees behind on the open side. This creates two angles of attack; upfield and to the […]

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