Feel like giving up the pass? Don’t give it up just yet with these plays that can bring new life to your stale passing game.
This week’s podcast is about the simplest passing plays you can install and run without needing super skilled receivers and Quarterbacks.
I get it’s easy to be frustrated with the passing game, especially if you have a solid run game and it feels like every time you throw the ball something bad happens. Continue reading “PSSO S4E19 Simple Pass Plays You Can Install That Will Work Now”
How can you have better practice planning in significantly less time? Here’s how to plan efficient and effective practices.
We’ve all been through those long practices that seem to drag on forever. It’s not productive, no matter how long you spend out on the field. Continue reading “FBCP S03E17 Practice Planning to Keep Your Players Fresh”
What are the advantages of using the Onside Kick every time? I’m putting it to the test this season!
In general, I’m a pretty conservative coach. We don’t call a lot of blitzes on defense. Run a balanced offense. Nothing too exciting.
But after 3 weeks of miserable kick coverage, a change had to be made. Enter the onside kick. Not just once, either. Onside kick every time. Continue reading “QC 137 Onside Kicks Every Time”
Some drills are just not worth your time of day. Use two simple criteria to tell if your drill is quality or not.
This week’s podcast is about my review of some of today’s most popular Wide Receiver Drills.
So if you’re a coach who like to have players straddling poles to catch it with their hands or sprinting with towels on their heads… Continue reading “PSSO S4E18 WR Drills: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”
Coach Fore interviewed 300 Assistant Coaches to ask them what their Head Coach could be going to get more and/or better buy in from their staff. We also asked what is ONE thing you wish your Head Coach did better.
Continue reading “CLP Episode 19 – How To Get More Buy In From Your Coaching Staff”
Does your team sputter in your Goal Line Offense? Here’s how to turn your base offense into a Short Yardage Machine.
You drive the length of the field. But when it really counts, your goal line offense has a tough time punching the ball across the finish line. Continue reading “FBCP S03E16 Turn Your Offense Into a Short Yardage Machine”
Are you struggling with the Air Raid Tunnel Screen? Want to learn the In’s – and – Out’s of the Baylor Choice Routes? Want to a couple of tips on formations in the Air Raid Offense? Then this episode of Talking Football with Coach McKie is for you.
Continue reading “TFP 064: Coaching Mailbag 15 – Screens, Baylor Vertical Shots, and More!”
Using a Tight End with your Power Run Play gives you a serious advantage against Odd Fronts. Here’s how to get it done.
The Power run play, as it’s taught in the Pistol Power Offense System, uses a basic and universal set of rules that works against any defense. Odd Fronts are no diferent.
In today’s episode of the JDFB Quick Clinic, I’ll run through the rules and talk about how we handle blocking an Odd Front defense when using a tight end. You can also get more details by checking out my free 3 video series here. Continue reading “QC 136 Blocking Power vs Odd Fronts”
Coach Fore talks about what might be a deciding factor in making a decision to leave your current job. There are 5 ways to know it might be time to pull that trigger on a new job search.
Continue reading “CLP Episode 18 – 5 Ways To Know It’s Time To Go”
Cover 3 can be a great base coverage, or compliment to more man coverages and pattern match coverages.
Not all Cover 3 coverages are created equal. In today’s episode of the JDFB Quick Clinic, we’re looking at a variation on Cover 3 that is a bit of a Tampa 2 hybrid. Continue reading “QC 135 Cover 3 Variations”