UK does emply a lot of zone blocking schemes. Very few teams at the top levels still run "man" or "hole" blocking schemes. In fact, fewer and fewer high schools are doing them. Defensive fronts & linebackers are becoming too athletic, and defensive schemes too complex to simply pick a man or a hole. That said, all teams still have basic straight-ahead plays - but they are going to account for a very small percentage of run plays at the college level.
Originally Posted by blucon
I have not seen very much Iso at Kentucky since the mid 90s. We still run a lot of off-tackle stuff, but it is really an outside zone more than it is a power package. Toss sweeps are rare because it is difficult to get the edge against defenses nowadays (especially in the SEC). LSU runs a lot of that downhill, off-tackle toss package.
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