Despite having an under-sized team physically, elite-level academic standards and players with a full schedule of daily military duties on their plates, Troy Calhoun, U.S. Air Force Academy head coach, still has his Falcons flying high.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we team up with the hosts of Run The Power, Brady Walz and Rowdy Harper. We discuss the importance of understanding the offensive line, our adventures in podcasting, and we even break out the whiteboard to draw up a unique RPO.
Easier reads and more avenues to run are some of the many advantages quarterbacks can benefit from. Offenses exploit these advantages through different quarterback read run schemes and RPOs. I am hoping to give insight into playing defense vs. this type of offense using a 2-high shell and split-field coverages.
Stressing the importance of a balanced life, Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo teaches Midshipmen football players to navigate the murky waters of a heavy workload, military commitments & on-field size disadvantages – and still win games at a record pace.
The goal of coaching tackling is to get ball carriers on the ground in the safest way possible. “Devil Tackling” has given Duke’s defenders the tools to successfully complete that objective.
By teaching the basics of the 3-4 Under front, coaches will provide the defensive line with an opportunity to reach the quarterback and stop the run.
The Stick Draw RPO is one of the most popular RPOs in the game of football. This play is much like other RPOs in that it runs through the same progression.
When you study those football programs that maintain a high degree of sustained success over time, there’s one common team characteristic that’s often overlooked by outside observers – team depth.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we speak with Blake Anderson, head coach for Arkansas State, and Jason Eck, offensive line coach for South Dakota State, and his wife, Kimberly.
Coach Kevin Doherty shares his philosophy on coordinating Special Teams and simplifying this phase of the game by complementing both offensive and defensive terminology, drills, and techniques.
In 2018, coaches are realizing the importance of controlling practice and getting the highest number of quality reps as possible. Getting the most out of every practice requires coaches to engage their players constantly. CoachComm’s Tempo Go System enables coaches to take command of every second of practice like never before – providing championship-caliber efficiency while ensuring the highest number of quality reps.
One goal with our Smoke/Pop Gap RPO is to put certain defenders in conflict so they have to make a quick decision to defend the run or the pass. Our subsequent goal is to keep things simple to play fast. This is an example of a play that does just that.