Jun 07

FALCON OFFENSIVE GAME PLANNING – Part I

 FALCON OFFENSIVE GAME PLANNING – Part I By Matt Walker, Head Coach University of Wisconsin – River Falls One of the things I love most about football is that there are a lot of different ways to do things and be successful. This is simply the way our minds work when it comes to offensive …

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Jun 06

Defining, Evaluating, and Developing the Non-Physical Elements of QB Play – Part II

Defining, Evaluating, and Developing the Non-Physical Elements of QB Play – Part II By Eric Marty, Head Football Coach Reedley College Continued from Monday, June 5th… 2. The ability to see accurately, completely, and without distraction from the pocket. First, you have the ability to ‘see’. It involves the willingness and eye discipline to actually …

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Jun 05

Defining, Evaluating, and Developing the Non-Physical Elements of QB Play – Part I

Defining, Evaluating, and Developing the Non-Physical Elements of QB Play – Part I By Eric Marty, Head Football Coach Reedley College Often what we say we want in a quarterback (size, arm strength, speed, athleticism) quickly is replaced in the heat of a game with a desire for a player who can just make the …

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Jun 02

Challenging and Eliminating An Isolated Wide Receiver Part II

Challenging and Eliminating An Isolated Wide Receiver Part II By Ryan Jirgl, Defensive Coordinator Whittier College   The second example of what we can do to disrupt an isolated receiver and give a separate look is what we call a “Cheat” adjustment. We can do this both in our Nickel (sub package and noted as …

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Jun 01

Challenging and Eliminating An Isolated Wide Receiver Part I

  Challenging and Eliminating An Isolated Wide Receiver Part I By Ryan Jirgl, Defensive Coordinator Whittier College In today’s game we are exposed to many variations of air-raid and up tempo offenses. Scoreboards are being lit up at an incrible rate. The 2016 football season saw 58 NCAA Division I teams average over 30 points …

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May 31

High School Free Agency Market – Destroying Fundamental Traits

My name is Tom Flynn and I am a recent Hall of Fame Inductee to the Palm Beach County Florida Sports Hall of Fame; a former member of the 1977 National Championship Notre Dame Football Team; a Free Agent Rookie, 1 of 86, tryout on the 1979 Dallas Cowboys of which I made it to …

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May 30

Sparks’ Coach Changes Losing Program and Emphasizes Hard Work Part II

Sparks’ Coach Changes Losing Program and Emphasizes Hard Work Part II Sparks’ Coach Jumpstarts Winning Program in 2008 By Al Bruno, Winning for the South Park Sparks’ was not an immediate accomplishment – it would take a couple of seasons of hard work and restructuring, but a winning culture was very apparent with Coach Delaney’s …

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May 29

Sparks’ Coach Changes Losing Program and Emphasizes Hard Work Part I

Sparks’ Coach Changes Losing Program and Emphasizes Hard Work By Al Bruno, When a young football coach takes over a hapless and winless football program and magically leads them to the top of the mountain literally, the NY state championship, it is momentous and special. It becomes even more magical and more special when it …

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May 26

To Script or Not to Script: Offensive Game Planning – Part II

Compares to bands that sell for 14.95, on sale now only 9.95   To Script or Not to Script: Offensive Game Planning – Part II By Ryan Munz, Assistant Head Coach, University of Wisconsin-Platteville Rethinking Scenario #1 We stopped scripting scout defense seven years ago. We used to spend time every day making new cards …

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May 25

To Script or Not to Script: Offensive Game Planning – Part I

To Script or Not to Script: Offensive Game Planning – Part I By Ryan Munz, Assistant Head Coach, University of Wisconsin-Platteville An interesting debate within offensive game planning is how important is a script to ensure you are seeing the right plays against the right looks. Each coach has a plan in place to make …

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