In an era of shotgun, no-huddle, spread offense, those who have written the eulogy for running the football and the Wing-T may have been premature.
Several aspects of the pass set are key for the lineman: timing/stability of the punch, contact point of the punch, even weight distribution, and the eyes.
Big Time: The People, The Places & The Game of Oregon 8-Man Football provides a journey into the culture of this gritty brand of high school football.
Padding refers to the process of watching all-22 game film and transferring on to paper (or a notepad) exactly what is happening on each play.
Legendary Oklahoma Head Coach, Bud Wilkinson, shares his thoughts on backfield drills and was first published in the 1957 AFCA Proceedings Manual.
The most important aspect of the inside zone read is the idea of establishing the run first. If we can get 3 yards on the run, then our whole package works.
University of Saint Francis (Fort Wayne, Indiana) Head Coach Kevin Donley is the winningest active coach in college football. In this five-part video series, Donley shares his wisdom about taking on challenges both on and off the field.
After 40 years as a teacher and football coach, Ott Hurrle has impacted the lives of thousands with the power of his influence.
University of Buffalo defensive coordinator Lou Tepper shares the four traits of linebacker leaders that create an impact on defense.
All coaches must build a foundation with their players in which they are able to implement ideas such as the 8 Great Working Habits Every Player Needs.
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.
The 15 Maxims that the Hardrockers use to develop players are a collection of best practices that are used as the template for developing student-athletes.