On this episode of Inside the Headset, we are joined by Steve Farmer, offensive line coach for Utah State University. Coach Farmer details the way he approaches organization and game-planning as he talks through each day of a typical game week.
There are individual techniques specific to outside linebackers and inside linebackers, but on a daily basis both units will go through a few core everyday linebacker drills together.
American football continues its march toward global relevance as larger and larger leagues expand in Europe, Japan, Mexico, Brazil and China.
Looking for a great trick play to round out your surprise attack. After your quarterback gives the Yosemite signal (shooting guns like Yosemite Sam), the fun begins. Check out these X’s & O’s.
Coaches hear it all the time. The drills you’re running need to translate well to the field. The same is true of the weight room. That’s why Scott Sinclair, MSCC, director of strength and conditioning for the University of Georgia football program, believes in squatting heavy and squatting often.
Tom Fanning knows leadership and he knows football. It’s his ability to influence change and continuously improve that earned him the 2018 American Football Coaches Foundation® CEO Coach of the Year® Award.
CoachComm is teaming up with GoRout! GoRout designed their system to adapt to each individual programs needs. They maximize practice efficiency be eliminating the need for scout cards or other outdated practice tools, and allow coaches to maximize the number of quality practice reps.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we are joined by Braxton Harris, head coach for Howard Payne University, to discuss the lessons he learned as a first year head coach, the interview process, and his experience as a member of the AFCA’s 2018 35 Under 35 class.
Special teams is a collection of moments, and my goal as the coach is to help my players be prepared for the moments they are given. These competitive Special Team drills were developed for that specific purpose.
The optimal position of ad offensive linemen’s base of support is to have the feet outside the shoulders creating a triangle and applying force from the ground up. The triangle consists of keeping the feet outside the shoulders, the knees inside the ankles, and the hips inside the knees.
Do you think special teams isn’t as vital a part of the game as offense or defense? Sooner or later, coaches realize that much like dominant offenses and defenses, stalwart special teams units keep you in the game.
Today’s football fans expect an amazing experience when they attend sporting events, and a fixed-digit metal box scoreboard simply can’t live up to the expectations of today’s fans. Explore how upgrading your traditional football scoreboard to a ScoreVision multimedia jumbotron can transform your football stadium into a professional arena!