In this part we will be talking wide receiver releases. The type of release a receiver utilizes varies based on route and coverage.
There are ancillary benefits to growing the participation level of youth football within the local community, according to Noel Dean, former head football coach at Lowell High School in Lowell, Mich.
Former Lowell (Mich.) High School head coach Noel Dean began building success by involving students at a young age and encouraging their love of the game.
The diagram here illustrates a packaged play, an H Insert Read Play with the QB reading the End Man On The Line Of Scrimmage (EMOLS), similar to the popular “QB Wrap/Dart Read”. The compliment is a Play Action Pass, causing a conflict on the Mike and 2nd level.
As the school year draws to a close, coaches are considering how they can make a big impact on the football program in the fall. By upgrading their football scoreboard to a ScoreVision multimedia scoreboard, they can make a major impact on the football program as well as students and the community. Here are 5 ways a ScoreVision jumbotron helps make this impact.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Launching a high school football program is challenging under any set of circumstances. Here’s one coach’s method for getting the program off on the right foot.