Adapting has been part of Nick Saban’s offensive philosophy since he first stepped foot on the Alabama campus 15 years ago.
In this article, let’s focus on high school programs and identify your core student-athlete who will be in the weight room. This will help determine what quantities of plates, dumbbells, kettlebells and other accessories you should invest in during your space’s build-out.
The Counter Read Arc play is a good meld between a gap scheme and zone read scheme, and can be paired with bubble screens or RPOs.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring longtime Virginia Tech Defensive Coordinator, Bud Foster.
Coaching beyond the X’s and O’s means leading, guiding and mentoring young men both on and off the field. It means continually proving to yourself that you have what it takes to be successful in this profession.
Two things that must be determined when building any offense: What do my players do best, and what do we need to do to win our league?
Your number one objective defensively is to stop the run, but you must play assignment sound and disciplined football when defending the zone read.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Carroll High School Head Coach, Alex Washington.
Special teams units have a direct correlation with field position, which leads to points, and in turn wins and losses. Most programs claim to put an emphasis on special teams, but to be successful, it takes more than emphasis. It takes investment.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Jacksonville State Receivers Coach, Cody Wells.
Three key factors will influence the choice and placement of equipment: the safety of those using it, the space available to place it, and the functionality and flow of the room to serve your program or population.
The Drive Concept attempts to flood the middle of the defensive zone by pitting three offensive players against two linebackers in the box.