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.
Quarterback cadence is one of the most important factors in maintaining momentum in an offensive system, and there are many ways for the quarterback to accomplish this task.
The annual release of the NFL Helmet Laboratory Testing Performance Results ranks football helmets on the ability to reduce head impact severity measures in laboratory testing. Learn more about what these helmet rankings mean for football coaches and equipment managers.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we take a road trip to Austin, Texas, to speak with Mack Brown, legendary former head coach for the University of Texas Longhorns.
From FBS all the way to High School, there are times when you are limited in your schemes based on your personnel. Provide your players with a toolbox of schemes, including quarters coverage, they can use to put themselves in the best position possible based upon their skills and the skills of their opponent.
Changing hands as a ball carrier is a necessary, yet oft-neglected or overlooked skill, at the high school level for a running back, quarterback and wide receiver.
If it’s said that we hang our hat on one running play, that play would most definitely be the Power. Last season, we called the Power 231 times for a 4-yard average, which in our world great. Here, we’ll outline the Power and some of its variations.
As offenses have evolved to using more 3 and 4 WR formations over the last several years, the fullback position has been declared nearly extinct. Today, in order to run plays that require a fullback, you may need to combine the tight end and fullback positions into one.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we are joined by David Cutcliffe, head coach at Duke, to talk about his philosophy & how it’s changed over the years, and later, AFCA Executive Director Todd Berry to discuss upcoming NCAA rule changes & proposals.
The most efficient concept we use in our empty QB run package is our 3×1 Saint concept (See Diagrams 1 & 2). It allows us to take advantage of Cover-4 and Cover-2 looks where the boundary safety or corner is aggressively filling for run.