This misdirection screen is good against fast-flow teams. The quarterback must sell the swing screen, then pivot and throw accurately to the running back.
The NCAA Football Oversight Committee underwent structural changes, adding a voting position for an AFCA Board of Trustees member.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we are joined by West Florida Head Coach Pete Shinnick to discuss building a football program from scratch.
In the game of football there are a multitude of attributes related to success on the scoreboard. To believe there are one or two attributes more integral to success than others is foolish.
The diagram here illustrates a packaged play, an H Insert Read Play with the QB reading the End Man On The Line Of Scrimmage (EMOLS), similar to the popular “QB Wrap/Dart Read”. The compliment is a Play Action Pass, causing a conflict on the Mike and 2nd level.
Travel manuals, advance personnel, meal specifications, and a clear understanding of your responsibilities will give your team the best chances of winning on the road.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we speak with Larry Kehres, former head football coach and current athletic director for Mount Union, to discuss some of his favorite memories from coaching, how leading a swim team made him a better football coach, and what he misses most about coaching.
Many coaches question how to break down defensive blitz patterns. There are too many different named blitzes, there needs to be a system to manage them more efficiently. Here is that system.
We use this concept at Oxford High School – one-word tempo calls – with a great deal of success. We finished last season with approximately 20 one-word tempo calls and averaged 7.5 yards per play. Each of these calls included formation, motions or shifts, and play.
It’s important for football coaches, in particular, to understand how to properly fit a football helmet. The helmet is the first line of defense for a player’s head, and a properly fitted helmet can decrease the likelihood of a head injury.
The pyramid was born out of one simple goal we wanted to achieve: Keep the offense out of the end zone. While there are a host of goals worth shooting for, the ultimate success of a defense rests on the concept of preventing the opposing offense from scoring.
As the school year draws to a close, coaches are considering how they can make a big impact on the football program in the fall. By upgrading their football scoreboard to a ScoreVision multimedia scoreboard, they can make a major impact on the football program as well as students and the community. Here are 5 ways a ScoreVision jumbotron helps make this impact.