In this Tunnel Screen, the H lines up to the wide side of the field. After the snap, he breaks back toward the quarterback to catch an immediate pass. The Y and Z will serve as blockers, and along with the right guard and the right tackle, create a tunnel through which the Y advances the ball.
In this roundtable discussion, three Ohio-based high school strength and conditioning coaches discuss their mindset and approach to hitting the reset button entering the summer, and how to help their players get back into habits befitting a championship team.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Virginia Military Institute’s (VMI) Head Coach, Scott Wachenheim.
An inside look at the emerging profession of Player Development in college football through the eyes of three leaders of the field.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Alabama A&M’s Offensive Coordinator, Duane Taylor.
Chris Marve’s long and illustrious career as a player helped him understand what it takes to be successful on and off the field. As a coach, he’s helping his own student-athletes learn what it takes to win every day.
Recently retired head coach of Lenape Valley (N.J.) High School, Don Smolyn, won the 2020 AFCA/AFCF Power of Influence Award, and with good reason. On top of amassing 348 career wins, he used his position to benefit scores of people in his community.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring current FCS National Champion and Sam Houston State University Head Coach, K.C. Keeler.
For college programs, the locker room also serves as a recruiting tool and provides existing student-athletes with comfort and convenience. It’s not just lockers. It’s PS5s, bunk beds for recovery, hydration and nutrition stations, tutoring rooms and barbershops. These aren’t your father’s locker rooms.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring San Diego’s Passing Game Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach, Taylor Chapatte.
This week on Inside the Headset we are featuring Baylor Assistant AD of Player Development, Ed Jones.
Advancements in software and hardware tools are helping coaches and athletes train their brains, enhance their intelligence and create competitive advantages that can have just as dramatic an impact on overall athletic performance as traditional strength and conditioning programs that primarily address musculoskeletal optimization.