Urban Meyer, a 33-year coaching veteran, and 3-time national champion head coach, delivered the 2021 AFCA Virtual Convention Kickoff Address.
The second installment of AFCA’s Book Recap Series focuses on John C. Maxwell’s ‘The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership’.
Though Scotty Walden is a newcomer to the role of head coach within NCAA Division I football, he brings the wisdom earned at the feet of his own coaches and hopes that dedication to improving players’ lives is his greatest legacy.
Army tight ends coach Matt Drinkall has learned, over time and in coaching positions across the country, that before coaches can lead other people, they must first find balance throughout their own lives.
For Minnetonka (Minn.) High School head coach Dave Nelson, coaching runs in the family, and so does doing everything possible to make a positive impact on your community and your school. It’s the reason he won the 2019 AFCA®/AFCF® Power Of Influence Award.
In an uncertain environment, where it’s hard to separate pandemic from pandemonium, Dave Aranda’s stable, unflinching leadership serves as a guiding light.
Andy Wolfrum and the United States Military Academy Preparatory School run a football program dedicated to winning, even at the cost of losing.
It’s not often that turning points in our lives stand out so brazenly from the background of our everyday grind that we can immediately recognize them for what they are. The turning point in Mike London’s life arrived at the business end of handgun and the quick pull of a trigger.
University of Buffalo defensive coordinator Lou Tepper shares the four traits of linebacker leaders that create an impact on defense.
With a current 70-game winning streak and seven state titles in the last 10 years, Kimberly (Wis.) High School’s Steve Jones knows a little something about coaching excellence and delivering sustained success.