Hopefully you’ve noticed (and have downloaded and/or listened to) the new logo and format for Coachspeak, the IMFB podcast. It’s still two dudes talking about football; however we’re focusing on college football for the 2018 season.
It’s season 2 of the podcast and we decided to see how covering the college game exclusively (with a few bonus shows about high school and the NFL thrown in) would be received.
The podcast page is here, it has links to iTunes, Spotify, a stream of the shows, links to each show’s episode page (blog post) and show descriptions dating back to episode 0 recorded in my film room in Orlando, FL.
Justin and Sean discuss their criteria for a great head football coach, and who their top 5 head football coaches are in 2018. FBI profilers and IMFB podcasters use the method of: How + Why = Who. How they’re successful and why they coach should lead to which coaches make this list. From Nick Saban to conversations about Kevin Sumlin- this podcast is 50 minutes of rants about culture, recruiting, and google searches.
Joe Daniel is a legend of the internet and you can find him on Twitter: @footballinfo, on the net: http://joedanielfootball.com/ and on YouTube under some random dude’s channel that stole his videos. We discuss wrasslin, head coaching, assistant coaching, a love-hate of football and other stuff.
Coachspeak, sponsored by Health IQ, brings you episode 28 “Off Season Program 2018” Justin discusses not only the weight training portions but also speed camp and agilities for your multi-sport or football focused off-season program. Power, endurance, stability, flexibility, yoga, pilates, speed camp and agilities are discussed on this episode sponsored by Health IQ.
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.