SOTU: Screen Pass Options aka SPO’s

Read the article (includes diagrams, GIFs, and video) on Screen Pass Options aka SPO’s and how they’ll be used in college football. Noel Mazzone, now the QB coach and offensive coordinator at Arizona, has been using them for years.

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College Football: The Impact of Run-Pass Options

I recently wrote a piece for SOTU.com (as part of the SB Nation network) on run-pass options. My focus is on how they’ve changed the rules, how they manipulate the rules, and what RPO’s we can expect to see going forward. Click here or the headline below to access. The video embeded below is from the article.

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Creating Your Offensive Scheme

Creating your offensive scheme and identity is very important for finding success on the field. Offenses sell tickets! Hell, they even win championships now a days. So how do you create your offensive system for your program? You can always purchase mine for $5 via Patreon. Follow this link here: IMFB Offense 2018 – there’s a playbook, script and cut-ups for you to look through via Patreon.com. 

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Want to listen while you read? Check out the IMFB Coachspeak episode 29 on Offensive Schemes 

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Coachspeak Episode 29 “Offensive Scheme”

“Offensive Scheme” is brought to you by Health IQ. Coachspeak, sponsored by Health IQ, brings you episode 29 “Offensive Scheme.” Justin chats himself up about how he built his offensive scheme, and how you can do it too. Justin also talks about his recent interview to become an offensive coordinator and how preparing to teach that like a lesson in the classroom got him ready to sell his offense and his ability to teach it. Healthiq.com/coachspeak

 

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Ironman Football Blog Offense 2018

“Meaningful-Specific versus Wandering-Generalities”

I heard Bruce Prichard use this phrase on his podcast “Something to Wrestle” and it hit home. This is what your offense (and for that matter, every aspect of your football program) should debate. You always want your program to be meaningful and specific versus wandering and in generalities.

The Ironman Football Blog Offense 2018 is meaningful and specific. It will guide you to the right place, and tell you why you’re going there. It includes a 24 play cut-up with a script (PDF format) and the playbook itself (PDF format) which includes: install, formations, motions/shifts, RPO’s, quick game, running game, 5-step drops, sprint outs, pass protections and play-actions.

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You can access here for $5 via Patreon.com

Art Kehoe, Offensive Line Coach

I had the luck and pleasure to interview Art Kehoe, a legendary offensive line coach who spent 30 years in the FBS level coaching at the University of Miami, Ole Miss and Louisiana Tech. Coach Kehoe has produced legendary linemen like Bryant McKinnie and Leon Searcy, as well as college stars like Mike Sullivan and Brett Romberg. Kehoe won five national titles, all at Miami, during his two runs with the Hurricanes.

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