There is a place in American culture for football because football directly translates to many facets of life espcially for young people.
Coaching beyond the X’s and O’s means leading, guiding and mentoring young men both on and off the field. It means continually proving to yourself that you have what it takes to be successful in this profession.
Everyone who has ever played or coached football knows that the lessons learned from the game are why there are so many successful journeys for players when their playing days end.
Sam Harrell’s willingness to risk it all — for his family, his career and himself — is why his influence extends far beyond the game of football.
Money alone will never validate a coach’s career, but watching players go out into the world and make a difference certainly will.
As Jenks (Okla.) High School head coach Allan Trimble battles a deadly disease, he finds new perspective on the meaning of life and the influence coaches can wield.
This week on Inside the Headset we speak with David Beaty, head coach at the University of Kansas, and Randy Jackson, head coach at North Forney (Texas) HS.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we take the podcast on the road to interview Pete Fredenburg, head coach for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
The toughest part of being a first-year offensive coordinator is simply getting started. You have to jump into the process to see what you like & dislike.
Rigorous, structured sports science can bring to football something it requires: peer-reviewed facts coaches can use to develop student-athletes.
What is a stem? The stem of a route is the direction of a wide receiver’s release off the line of scrimmage that puts him in the best position.
Over the years, the Sprint Out passing game at Maine Maritime Academy has continued to adapt and evolve through the development of our roster’s talent.