We teach skills in a progressive manner, from the first action of the play to the last, and through spring into summer phases we will combine the skills.
Padding refers to the process of watching all-22 game film and transferring on to paper (or a notepad) exactly what is happening on each play.
This week we speak with Larry Kindbom, head coach of Washington University in St. Louis & Honorary Head Coach of the 2018 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team.
This system, as simple as it is, has proven to be one of the most effective systems for distinguishing & communicating your defenses zone drops.
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.
This week on Inside the Headset, we speak with Rick Jones, head coach of Greenwood High School in Arkansas & 2018 recipient of the Power of Influence Award presented by TeamSnap.
Offensive line double team differences are minuscule but the key to successful OL play depends on your ability to coach the small details.
This Play Action Pass sends the H Back on a fake wrap. The QB then hits him over the middle after the H Back passes the linebacker.
This week on Inside the Headset, we speak with Northern Colorado’s Safeties Coach and Special Teams Coordinator Woody Blevins.
With the Fake Bubble Slant, the quarterback pump-fakes the bubble to the H-Back. This opens a window for the quarterback to hit the Y on a slant.
The No. 1 rule for football coaches at every level of the game doesn’t show up in your typical rulebook. The rule is, keep your players safe.
As football programs grow, so does the demand placed on equipment managers to organize and store all of the equipment that makes a successful program tick.