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.

The videos are public and the playbook is free…

but we could use your support at IMFB, even just $1 / month. 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE PATREON AND DOWNLOAD THE MATERIALS

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IMFB Offense 2018 (updated!)

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Hey all. I’ve updated the split zone plays on the IMFB Offense 2018 edition. The script was updated as well (PDF format). Please visit Patreon.com to watch and maybe even learn! 100% FREE but if you like it please donate to the cause.

4-3/4-2-5 hybrid Defense Cut-Ups!

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Do you need a defense to run this season? Are you looking for one that’s simple and that the players can make the calls on the field? Check out my 4-3/4-2-5 defense. These are links to two sets of cut-ups on Patreon, both of which have a PDF link to my playbook.

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Coachspeak Episode 30 “Football Journalism” f/ Richard Johnson

For Coachspeak Episode 30 (sponsored by HealthIQ) “Football Journalism” f/ Richard Johnson. Justin interviews Richard Johnson of SB Nation College Football about working for SB Nation, his show that he’s a co-host of called “Wake Up, College Football,” Florida Gator Football, UF Journalism School, Twitter use in high school, EA NCAA Football, and all things Publix.

Find Richard on Twitter: @RJ_Writes and on SB Nation here.

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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 

Now for the article on how to create and grow your offensive scheme

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Athletic Performance: Off-Season Program 2018 (part 4), Social Media

It’s that time of the year again. The footballs are locked away in the equipment room and your staff is starting to meet again. As a coach, you’re hitting clinics and the AFCA Convention. But you still have a job to do. Your job from January through early August is to get your players to be more athletic, while still respecting their other sports they play and their grades. Your staff needs to sit down and meet to figure out the following, but here are my tips for who to follow on Social Media in order to improve as an Athletic Performance Coordinator.

Check out the foundation for many of my thoughts on this article on Stanford Football

Click here for Coachspeak episode 28 “Off-Season Program 2018”

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Athletic Performance: Off-Season Program 2018 (part 3), Movement

It’s that time of the year again. The footballs are locked away in the equipment room and your staff is starting to meet again. As a coach, you’re hitting clinics and the AFCA Convention. But you still have a job to do. Your job from January through early August is to get your players to be more athletic, while still respecting their other sports they play and their grades. Your staff needs to sit down and meet to figure out the following, but here are my tips for each section:

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Click here for Coachspeak episode 28 “Off-Season Program 2018”


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