On this episode of Inside the Headset, we are joined by Scott Sinclair, Director of Strength and Conditioning for football at the University of Georgia, and Milo Austin, Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers/Co-Special Teams Coordinator at Morehead State University.
John Shackleton, Villanova strength and conditioning coach, tells the story of how one of his student-athletes struggled at times to stay in peak physical condition, and how he rectified the situation using Polar Team Pro.
Manchester Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach, Vince Cashdollar, breaks down his recipe for success when it comes to teaching his offensive linemen pass protection footwork.
The approach to the kicking game on special teams that we take at Texas Tech is a common-sense approach. When I say that, I mean we understand the importance and the value of a good kicking game, so we involve our very best players in the kicking game.
Teaching and coaching is about so much more than X’s and O’s. Understanding your student-athletes goes hand-in-hand with teaching them how to play the game in your system, and it helps build a consistent culture.
Leverage, in football terms, can be simply defined as putting one’s self in a dominant position over an opponent. When developing offensive lineman there are 3 types of significant leverages that these athletes need to learn and master: body, hands, and point of attack.
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.
In order to effectively build culture, you have to set clear and decisive expectations. Expectations are program wide and do not only apply to the coaching staff; rather they apply to the whole school – students and educators.
The 3-4 defense allows us to be in multiple looks at any given time and still be gap sound. This article shows you the basics of the defense, as well as the personnel traits we look for by position, some of the terminology that has made it easier to teach and diagrams covering the basics.
Football programs are employing the mesh concept at all levels of the game and can succeed using it versus man or zone coverage. What makes mesh-sit different is the introduction of a third receiver around the mesh point.
On this episode of Inside the Headset, we are joined by Matt Jones, run-game coordinator and offensive line coach for Texas Southern University, to discuss zone run scheme, his #LinemanLunch page, and of course, food.
Special teams at Fordham are emphasized both on and off the field. Shane Fogarty dives into the Fordham Punt Return circuit, and the individual and group drills they use for the development of fundamentals.