Patreon: Offensive Line Skill Acquisition

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It’s merely an opinion-based question but what is the hardest position to play on the football field? Is it middle linebacker? Free safety? Quarterback? I believe it’s the offensive line. Often, the least athletic kids are put on the O-Line and asked to do extremely athletic and skill-oriented movements while maintaining the scheme to which they’re assigned. 

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SOTU: Breaking down the dart play

If you’re an offensive coordinator and are looking for a play to add to your repertoire, dart could be that shiny new toy. As our offense shifts into a more zone based scheme, mixed with our man-to-man pass protection scheme- the tackle wrap read or dart could be great for you.

Please go on over to SOTU by clicking here or the image below to access the full article.

Diamond Pistol Playbook with Run-Pass Options

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Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for visiting IMFB.com. The “Diamond Pistol Playbook with Run-Pass Options” has taken my years to cultivate and mold into what it is today. The materials are all my own, I just copied the intellectual property from the hours of time spent on Coach Huey and Twitter, as well as at the Glazier Clinics, reading AFCA Magazine, and attending the AFCA Convention. I hope that you enjoy the materials presented.

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Potential Miami Hurricanes Offensive Coordinators

This post will be a running update since it’s a 3 part series and as people are hired I need to keep adding to it. I’m taking a look at the personnel, success, fit, and scheme of potential offensive coordinator candidates for the Miami Hurricanes. Mark Richt’s current system is scaring away wins and recruits with the inept nature of his antiquated game plans.

Part 1: Posted on SOTU Thursday, Nov 29- Sean Gleeson, Princeton

Part 2: Posted on SOTU Monday, Dec 3rd-  Kenny Dillingham, Memphis

Part 3: Posted on SOTU Friday, Dec 7th- Kevin Johns, Texas Tech?

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Incorporating running form into your offensive line position drills

 

If you are an offensive line coach I’m sure you have players that not only come in out of game shape, but also have poor running form and need work on their footwork and fundamentals.

I think that coaches ignore the basics and definitely get away from properly improving running form, player’s agility, and footwork as the season stretches on longer and longer. Even though we’re in the midst of a playoff run, my offensive line individual periods still focus on an agility drill that incorporates form running, as well as fundamental and footwork drills every practice.

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Stop throwing the red zone fade…

Stop throwing the red zone fade and other musings from +5

Check out my post on SOTU for SB Nation that looks into the research other nice people have done regarding the red zone fade, what other plays will work inside the red zone or +5 yard line, and what I like to run in that area myself. CLICK HERE to read or the image below.

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Coachspeak Episode 35 Mike Leach is for Lovers

Mike Leach is a favorite of the IMFB crew. From his zany quotes to the Air Raid offense, Justin and Sean cover all that is Washington State Cougars head football coach Mike Leach. This episode spans his quotes, possibly landing spots if he’s fired from WSU, his autobiography titled “Swing your Sword,” and cameo on Friday Night Lights.

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Why more “bad” NCAA Football programs should employ the Flexbone offense

(Updated 5/10/2018 and 6/22/2019)

Since 2003, the Navy Midshipmen have won at least 8 games in all but one two seasons, a woeful 5-7 in 2011, and 2018’s 3-10 record. While that 2011 record gives cause for pause regarding Navy circa 2016, it would have been tied for the Middie’s best season from 1998-2003 when the program had win totals of 3, 1, 2, 5, and 0. What are the keys to Navy’s success? Program discipline, leadership, scheduling, technology, and the flexbone triple option.

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