In this Double Pin & Pull Option, the quarterback reads the middle linebacker to see if he flows with the T-Back. Then the quarterback calls his shot.
The NCAA football rules committee met in Indianapolis in late February and voted to recommend a number of changes for the 2019 season.
The UIL and the THSCA signed a five-year extension with Atavus to provide mandatory tackling certification to Texas coaches.
This week on Inside the Headset we speak with Chris Klieman, Head Coach for Kansas State University, about his journey from D3 Loras to Kansas State.
Friday Night Lights, an installment of the AFCA Podcast family is back for season two. Follow along as we chronicle Greenwood (AR) High School football.
At this point in the ongoing player-health conversation, no coach needs to be sold on the importance of blazing fast care in the case of head trauma. However, many coaches don’t realize that knee, ankle and shoulder injuries can and should benefit from the same level of expedient, efficient evaluation, diagnosis and initial treatment.
Dick Tomey shares insights into successful leadership expectations including the kicking game at the 1982 AFCA Convention.
Beyond the victories and accolades, Dennis Franchione saw his position as head coach as more than just someone who tallies wins and losses.
This week on Inside the Headset we talk with David Marsh, Offensive Coordinator for Texas Southern University about his unique path into the profession.
The key to successfully controlling the line of scrimmage is to be as simple as possible with your techniques and progressions.
In the closing seconds of an early-December 2018 matchup between the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots, the Dolphins won in the most unlikely way.
This week on Inside the Headset we speak with Fisher DeBerry, former Air Force head coach about what motivated him to become a coach