Episode 23 is called “TV Land” and Justin is chatting w/ Tampa Catholic Head Coach Mike Gregory. Mike & Justin brainstorm over Justin’s idea to have coaches on a TV show where he interviews them doing random things. ex: Mike Leach at IKEA or PJ Fleck having to paddle a boat vs. row one. Maybe James Franklin would like to go to a water park? Helping Mark Richt find an all black outfit at a Marshalls or making coffee cups at a pottery place with Coach Ken.
Mike Leach ponders Swedish meatballs and building entire rooms with an allen wrench
Much like my Clinic Talk previews for StateoftheU.com, I’m going to preview Wisconsin vs Penn State in the Big 10 Championship Game using film of a mutual opponent- Ohio State.
This post will cover how to put in your offense, through the lens of our shotgun zone option running game. With one image, I will cover the timing, formations, motions, plays, play-actions, and pass combos we would install, as well as what routes, steps, etc should be practiced on what days. This is my version of the Delaware Wing-T.
Welcome to part four of our series on coaching specific positions when you have new players to the game of football. I feel as if these drills can be used from youth through high school, but especially in the earliest stages of learning the fundamentals. This article focuses on the Wide Receivers.
Speed option is a good way to get the ball on the edge in a hurry without a lot of installation time. However, it’s also easy to coach against and defend. So for coaches that can’t put in 30 different blocking schemes, we need an alternative