This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring our 2022 Regional Power of Influence Award winners in a roundtable discussion. The coaches discuss their journey, some of the mentors who have had an impact upon them, and some pillars of their football program. 2022 AFCA/AFCF Regional Power of Influence Award winners are: Region 1: Jim Kelliher, Abington (Mass.) High School Region 2: Rodney Saulsberry Sr., Whitehaven (Tenn.) High School Region 3: Dwight Lundeen, Becker (Minn.) High School Region 4: John King, Longview (Tex.) High School Region 5: Todd Sloat, Fall River (Calif.) High School Jim Kelliher has been the head coach at Abington High School for 49 years and currently sits fourth for career victories in Massachusetts history with …
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring St. Cloud High Schools, Head Coach Mike Short.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring St. Charles East High School Assistant Coach, Brad McCaslin.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Dallas Spruce High School (TX) Defensive Coordinator, Dwain Crawford.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Carroll High School Head Coach, Alex Washington.
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 LSU’s Director of Player Development, Eddie Kennison.
This week on Inside the Headset we are featuring Archbishop Spalding High School assistant football coach, Phil Tran.
The Rock Island (Ill.) High School football program employs a spread, up‐tempo, no‐huddle offense. When they began running their system, they were primarily a power team. They still love power, but their best run series every year is their counter series.
Coaches must not push too hard too fast to prevent mentally tough, yet deconditioned athletes, from putting themselves into dangerous situations.
Andy Wolfrum and the United States Military Academy Preparatory School run a football program dedicated to winning, even at the cost of losing.
Trent Dilfer took the time to speak at the 2020 AFCA Convention in Nashville about what he’s doing to build the success of a small private high school.