This week on Inside the Headset, we speak with Vincent Cashdollar, the offensive coordinator for Manchester University. We discuss his offensive philosophy, how he balances coaching the offensive line while serving as the OC, and his commitment to professional development in the offseason.
Coach Cashdollar’s career began in 2008 as a quality control coach on Frank Solich’s staff at Ohio University (2008-2009). He then became a graduate assistant for Bill Stewart and later Dana Holgorsen at West Virginia University (2010-2012). Cashdollar joined Manchester University’s staff in 2013 as the offensive line coach, and he was promoted to offensive coordinator in 2016. He also serves as the recruiting coordinator.
- [0:26] Start of interview
- [0:54] Adjusting to coaching at the FBS level
- [3:21] Coaching influences
- [6:33] Discovering his offensive philosophy
- [9:02] Advantages of being the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach
- [14:47] GameStrat Ad – Discount Code
- [15:30] Balancing multiple coaching responsibilities
- [18:15] Proving yourself during coaching transitions
- [21:54] The difference between being a coach and blowing a whistle
- [24:32] The importance in developing YOUR own opinion
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