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Davide’s Doctrines: Vertical Stack
Breaking down central and side vertical stacks with six cutters and one handler.
Oct 15, 2021 by Davide Morri in Feature, Analysis with 0 comments
Defensive Strategy & Tactics: Situational Defense [Pt. 4]
Endzone defense, playing against a side stack, and more.
May 6, 2020 by Sion "Brummie" Scone in Analysis with 0 comments
Breaking Down Japan’s No-Dump Vertical Stack
Japan continues to lead the world in strategic innovation in ultimate.
Jan 6, 2016 by Benyamin Elias in Analysis with 19 comments
Tuesday Tips: The Vertical Stack for Beginners — Its Goal And Your Role, Presented By Five Ultimate
Knowing the basics of a vertical stack is a fundamental tool in ultimate.
Dec 22, 2015 by Sean Myers in Opinion with 7 comments
How Brute Squad Could Win A Championship, Powered by Agility from Five Ultimate
For a team considered one of the best in the country, Brute Squad entered the 2015 season with its fair share of questions.
Sep 10, 2015 by Timothy Bobrowski in Analysis with 1 comments
DC Current Flood Stack Offense: Video Breakdown Powered by Agility from Five Ultimate
The DC Current, recent MLU Champions, saw great success partially as a result of their new offense, adapted specifically for the width of the field…
Aug 19, 2014 by Benyamin Elias in Analysis with 0 comments
Breaking Down the No Dump Vertical Stack, Powered by Agility from Five Ultimate
Continuing our club video breakdown series, powered by Agility from Five Ultimate, we look at the no dump verticial stack. Standard vertical stacks often employ two handlers and five cutters downfield. But some teams run six person stacks with completely empty backfields, a formation decision that has implications for both the resets and overall offensive flow.
Aug 12, 2014 by Benyamin Elias and Ian Toner in Analysis with 20 comments
Video Analysis: Can Harvard Beat The Nation’s Elite?
Harvard Redline currently sits at #7 in the Ultiworld Power Rankings.
Mar 18, 2014 by Martin Aguilera and Sean Childers in Analysis with 0 comments