Over the past several years, Linfield College (D-III - OR) has had one of the most dominant defenses in small college football, especially when it comes to their front seven.
This past season, Linfield ranked third nationally in sacks (53) and team tackles for loss (129), and their swarming D ranked second overall in total defense, allowing just under 236 yards per game.
When you have a defense that flys around making plays like that, quarterbacks take notice, and sometimes it ends up looking like this. In this short, six-second Vine, you get a crystal clear feel for how it feels to play quarterback against Linfield.
This reaction right here is how you know the pass rush from your front seven is feared, and moving forward this should be the barometer for all other programs.