If the defensive end squeezes down, the quarterback pulls the ball. If the end comes upfield or stays put, then the quarterback gives to the T-back.
Don’t look back on your career and realize the area where you didn’t pay close attention was the one that determined the life you lead after football.
This week on Inside the Headset we are featuring Bronco Mendenhall’s General Session from the 2018 AFCA Convention in Charlotte.
This week concludes our three-part series on block destruction tools by taking a look at the Angle Shiver Technique. Previous installments covered Shock Technique and Shiver Technique.
As Jenks (Okla.) High School head coach Allan Trimble battles a deadly disease, he finds new perspective on the meaning of life and the influence coaches can wield.
Once the quarterback sees the defense commit to stopping the counter, the quarterback hits the defense with the counter pass.
Starting this week on Inside the Headset, through the month of December, we will feature a speech from past convention starting with Nick Saban from the 2014 AFCA Convention in Indianapolis.
Riddell and The Alliance of American Football announced a multi-year partnership to bring football helmet technology and protective equipment to the AAF.
We continue our three-part series on block destruction tools. Last week covered Shock Technique. This week we look at the Shiver Technique.
All coaches hope that knock at the door never comes. But if it does, it’s helpful to be prepared and have a plan of attack.
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.