The most important aspect of the inside zone read is the idea of establishing the run first. If we can get 3 yards on the run, then our whole package works.
If the defense runs a Cover 3 or Cover 1 shell, it is susceptible to the short passing game, which should leave the T-Back wide open in the flat.
Leo Boese’s rules on equipment usage are hard and fast, and he expects student-athletes to follow them. But he must remain steadfast in educating players.
On this week’s episode of Inside the Headset we speak with current Fox Sports college football analysts Brady Quinn, Robert Smith, and Dave Wannstedt.
As a linebacker, there are skills that must be developed including stance, starts, movement, tackling, but most importantly, block destruction.
The wisdom that Tony DeMatteo has gained through decades of experience has helped him to identify what is truly valuable in life.
With the Insert Zone, the T-back must be patient and wait for the H-back’s block to develop, sliding laterally then following the H-back through the hole.
Jeff Riley’s thought-provoking new book provides an intimate journey into the culture of a gritty, impassioned brand of high school football that is played in the small towns of Oregon that are painted into the backdrop of some of the most spectacular landscapes in America: snow-tipped peaks, fog-shrouded forests, and rocky canyons so deep, they reach into your very soul.
This week on Inside the Headset, we speak with Chris Klieman, head coach for North Dakota State, and Jennifer Gardner, head coach for Lovell HS (WY).
You have to get the best 11 defensive players on the field to be successful. Teaching coverages by concepts allows you to plug in the best available player.
In today’s era of spread-em-out offenses, there’s nothing like an old-school Triple Option QB Follow play to fool your opponent.
On this week’s episode of Inside the Headset we speak with Joshua Eargle, offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for Austin Peay State University.