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As written for now closed Coach XO…
Hi, I’m Justin, Head Football Coach at Cornerstone Charter Academy in Belle Isle, FL. I also write the blog “Ironman Football.” Today I’m going to discuss the balancing act a small school coach goes through to instill discipline and maintain steady attendance during the season and off-season.
From time to time coaches ask my advice (they haven’t google’d my winning percentage) on all things football, but normally something to do with balancing variable x when you have a small roster size. Here are those questions (dun dun!)
30 games. Four months. 12 minute quarters. Whatever the case may be for your sport… high school sports has become a monster.
As we start a new off-season schedule, we can take a look at the overall system, the core exercises, and the set-up of a small school and how to make the most from your low budget weight room.
The goal of the IMFB Pistol Wing T isn’t to make a perfect replica of the wing-t with just slight variation of the backfield alignment. It’s to mold the wing-t to a pistol alignment and make it work as perfect as an offense can. Here, we’re going to create a ‘new’ formation and a new version of the down series plus the original down play.
It’s the 2015 Rose Bowl. The first semifinal game in Division 1-A Football history. And we’re talking about… the kicking game? The Oregon Ducks put themselves up 8-3 early versus Florida State with an Emory and Henry type formation that FSU just couldn’t handle.