The Stick Draw RPO is one of the most popular RPOs in the game of football. This play is much like other RPOs in that it runs through the same progression.
When you study those football programs that maintain a high degree of sustained success over time, there’s one common team characteristic that’s often overlooked by outside observers – team depth.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we speak with Blake Anderson, head coach for Arkansas State, and Jason Eck, offensive line coach for South Dakota State, and his wife, Kimberly.
Coach Kevin Doherty shares his philosophy on coordinating Special Teams and simplifying this phase of the game by complementing both offensive and defensive terminology, drills, and techniques.
In 2018, coaches are realizing the importance of controlling practice and getting the highest number of quality reps as possible. Getting the most out of every practice requires coaches to engage their players constantly. CoachComm’s Tempo Go System enables coaches to take command of every second of practice like never before – providing championship-caliber efficiency while ensuring the highest number of quality reps.
One goal with our Smoke/Pop Gap RPO is to put certain defenders in conflict so they have to make a quick decision to defend the run or the pass. Our subsequent goal is to keep things simple to play fast. This is an example of a play that does just that.
With Max Coach, gone are the days of five offensive linemen and a coach huddled around a tablet on the sideline squinting in a vain attempt to see the screen. Max Coach is an all-encompassing, consolidated replay system operated off a single iPad, for ultimate convenience.
Getting ready for summer practice means re-familiarizing yourself with proper heat acclimatization practices and dusting off the Emergency Action Plan in case the worst does come to pass.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we speak with Bronco Mendenhall, head coach for the University of Virginia, and Mike Christensen, head coach for Lakewood (Calif.) HS.
Having a personnel plan in place for emergency situations is vital for success. Learn how you can make quick adjustments, even in the middle of the season.
Sure, this may be one of the earliest plays you can possibly learn in the pee-wee passing game, but the tight-end pop pass coming out of a stretch play can still gain serious yardage in the seam and create big plays.
Football coaches are always looking for ways to make the biggest impact on their football program with the limited time they have. With an upgrade to a ScoreVision jumbotron, the impact is not limited to the football program – it can expand to students all over the school and beyond. Explore some of the ways an upgrade to ScoreVision can make a huge difference in your school and community.