Interesting article on how the 4-2-5 scheme similar to what Bud has deployed since 2004 is evolving to keep up with spread teams figuring out how to attack it.
Doesn't mention Bud unfortunately (more about the Big12 coaches who have to deal with it day-in day-out) but reflects some of the changes we've seen in our defense. Namely, the rise of the super versatile backer that plays more like a nickel that can still stop the run (Nickel-Whip) as well as a preference for OLB-type defensive ends that play around 250 and can fly across the line when unblocked. Team speed is stressed above all, which has certainly been a Fuente maxim in his time here. Also more than a little distressing when they get into just how important it is for a DT to be able to eat up double teams in this scheme. Hopefully Walker can continue to be the same player without Settle wrecking things inside.