The Citadel dedicates thirty minutes early in the week to continue the development of their special team’s fundamentals & coverage techniques.
Offensive line double team differences are minuscule but the key to successful OL play depends on your ability to coach the small details.
The basic ideas of the Pro 4-3 defense have remained constant. A sound defense is one that has every player on the defense carrying out his assignment.
RPOs accomplish the primary goals of an offense; they create space and a numbers advantage by putting players like the Outside Linebacker out of position.
Legendary Oklahoma Head Coach, Bud Wilkinson, shares his thoughts on backfield drills and was first published in the 1957 AFCA Proceedings Manual.
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.
We continue our three-part series on block destruction tools. Last week covered Shock Technique. This week we look at the Shiver Technique.
As a linebacker, there are skills that must be developed including stance, starts, movement, tackling, but most importantly, block destruction.
The most important part of a football game is the kicking game, and more games are won or lost on the kicking game than any other phase.
Training offensive linemen in the art of pass protection must be grounded in core beliefs to help players become proficient in an unnatural skill set.
The base coverages played at Wartburg involve press technique cornerbacks, rerouting receivers with linebackers, and matching pass routes.
In an RPO, up-tempo offense, there are some skills that wide receivers need to exercise for individual success, as well as the success of the entire offense.
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