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’s interview with Art Kehoe goes into the second hour. They talk Brian Bosworth, the FSU/Miami rivalry, Jerome Brown, the army fatigues and more. Art Kehoe is a legendary offensive line coach that coached at Miami, Ole Miss, and Louisiana Tech. He coached All-Americans like Leon Searcy, KC Jones, Brett Romberg, Bryant McKinnie and Joaquin Gonzales on his path to winning 5 national titles as a Hurricane.
Art Kehoe even coaches new Oregon head football coach Mario Cristobal.
Justin has the pleasure of interviewing Offensive Line Coach Art Kehoe. Art Kehoe played coached at the University of Miami over a 32 year period winning five national championships with the Hurricanes. Art also coached at Ole Miss and Louisiana Tech. Art coached legendary players like Leon Searcy, Bryant McKinnie, Brett Romberg, and KC Jones while at Miami. He talks here in part 1 about getting started in football, his JUCO years, his time playing at Miami under Coach Howard Schnellenberger and coaching under Coach Schnellenberger, Jimmy Johnson, Dennis Erickson, Butch Davis, and Larry Coker.
Justin talks with Mike and Sean (separately) about the coaching carousel and guys like Jimbo Fisher, Simon Frasier, and Willie Taggart. What would keep a coach from taking a job or what lures coaches in for a job? Find out from actual coaches.
Come listen to Justin from IMFB_Justin and IMFB_Blog discuss Bilateral Lifts, post-season evaluation, and answer listener questions about the 3-3-5, the 4-2-5, picking schemes, and what makes a pro style offense a pro style offense.