Aug 22

Why Use the No-Huddle Offense?

Why Use the No-Huddle Offense? By Walt Kruegel, Offensive Coordinator James City Jaguars Over the many years that I have coached from Pop Warner to High School, one of the most important things that I have realized is that opposing football teams are not in the proper condition to prepare for a No-Huddle team. Running …

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Aug 18

Ankle Sprain: Revisiting a Common Injury (Part II)

  Ankle Sprain: Revisiting a Common Injury (Part II) By Bryan Dorrel, Associate Professor Tarleton State University The Healing Process: Following an ankle sprain, the human body takes extraordinary steps to heal itself. The healing process can be viewed as occurring in three distinct phases, each unique and important. This inflammatory process is characterized by …

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Aug 17

Ankle Sprain: Revisiting a Common Injury (Part I)

  Ankle Sprain: Revisiting a Common Injury (Part I) By Bryan Dorrel, Associate Professor Tarleton State University An ankle sprain is defined as a rip, stretch or tear of connective tissues holding the foot to the lower leg. Connective tissues are structures that hold or bind the body together and include ligaments, tendons, fascia, cartilage, …

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Aug 16

Rev-Up Your “Jet” Motion Offense with Explosive Play-Action Passes (Part II)

Rev-Up Your “Jet” Motion Offense with Explosive Play-Action Passes (Part II) By Joe Austin, Head Football Coach, Southwestern University Jet Motion Play Calls: Our menu of play-action passes incorporating “jet” motion fall into one of three families. We don’t necessarily pass from all three families each week. That being said we certainly enter every game …

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Aug 15

Rev-Up Your “Jet” Motion Offense with Explosive Play-Action Passes (Part I)

Rev-Up Your “Jet” Motion Offense with Explosive Play-Action Passes (Part I) By Joe Austin, Head Football Coach, Southwestern University Jet Motion: Power read packaged with “jet” motion is an important play for our offense. We find this scheme beneficial because it provides an advantage in terms of preparation, defensive distraction, execution, flexibility, variety, and “jump.” …

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Jul 20

Five Keys to Team Excellence – Engineering Your Culture

  Five Keys to Team Excellence – Engineering Your Culture By Ralph Isernia, Head Football Coach, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute I would like to thank AFM for inviting me to share an article with the readers. It is extremely humbling after 27 years of coaching and 8 different teams, someone is asking for advice in building …

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Jul 19

3-3 Stack with a New Twist (Part II) – Archives

By Rick Streif, Head Coach Cathedral High School (IN) The next three positions are what make us different than most 3-3 teams. Our secondary plays a Cover 2 shell. The CBs alignment is based on formation. The CB will split the #1 and #2 receivers at a depth of 7 yards. They are not always …

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Jul 18

3-3 Stack with a New Twist (Part I) – Archive

By Rick Streif, Head Coach Cathedral High School (IN) Nine years ago, we were looking for a way to best use our returning talent. We had been a 4-3 Cover 4 team that had played very aggressively with lots of blitz and an attacking style. The size of our school (1200 co-ed) limited the number …

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Jul 13

Before the Whistle: Football Coaching 101 – Meet the Parents – Part III

  Before the Whistle: Football Coaching 101, by Matt Kunz Matt Kunz, a former Notre Dame football player, is currently a business owner, City Councilman, author, and former non-profit president. Kunz is the author of Triumph! An Athlete’s Guide to Winning On and Off the Field, Before the Whistle: Football Coaching 101, To God and …

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Jul 12

Before the Whistle: Football Coaching 101 – Meet the Parents – Part II

  Before the Whistle: Football Coaching 101, by Matt Kunz Matt Kunz, a former Notre Dame football player, is currently a business owner, City Councilman, author, and former non-profit president. Kunz is the author of Triumph! An Athlete’s Guide to Winning On and Off the Field, Before the Whistle: Football Coaching 101, To God and …

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