How can you get the most out of your scout team? How can a head coach see all he needs to see in practice?
As a head coach, you need to be involved in all aspects of your program. At a small school, it’s even tougher because you probably don’t have a lot of coaches! Continue reading “QC 140 Practice Planning for Small Schools”
How can you make the right halftime adjustments to win the big game? Here’s how to plan for success with the 4-2-5 Defense.
You had a great game plan. It should work. Maybe it’s even working for you… to a point. But at halftime, you need to make a few tweaks to get to the finish line. Continue reading “FBCP S03E22 Halftime Adjustments for the 4-2-5 Defense”
How to attack a defense based on angles, numbers and personnel. What to do when teams want to pressure you and go straight man and load the box.
This week’s podcast is about the three things you need to consider when you are looking for weaknesses to attack a defense. Starting off with the rationale for should you run or should you pass based on numbers shown in the box. We will cover the possibilities against 5, 6, or 7 in the box. Continue reading “PSSO S4E23: 3 Ways You Should Be Looking To Attack The Defense”
Is your season over? Are you lost about what to do next? Then this episode of Talking Football is for you. Why? Because I go over FOUR THINGS you need to do once your season is over with.
You’ll learn from this episode:
- Why you need to TAKE A BREAK!
- What you need to read during the off-season
- Why you need to study defense
- How to SIMPLIFY YOUR PLAYBOOK
Continue reading “TFP 66: Season’s Over…NOW WHAT?”
Coach Fore discusses 6 Things An Athletic Director Looks For On A Resume when they hire a Head Coach. He shares unique insights on this topic from serving as an Athletic Director, and building record setting athletic departments.
Continue reading “CLP Episode 22– 6 Things An Athletic Director Looks For On A Resume”
It’s raining. It’s pouring. Hold onto the football so you can keep scoring!
Don’t let a driving, pouring rain cost you a football game. Or footballs. Because footballs are expensive.
In this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast, I’ll go into detail about how to prepare for a rain game. I’ll give you the 11 items your program needs to have to get ready (put these on your off-season shopping list!). Continue reading “FBCP S03E21 Coaching Football in the Rain”
Series based football is the answer to defenses that want to cheat. What I learned the hard way about core offensive plays.
This week’s podcast is all about a lot of mistakes I made in the past trying to figure out an offensive system that would work with the players I had. And I have a few good ones, just not too many. Continue reading “PSSO S4E22 Two Stories: Why you need 2 Plays and what happens when your running QB goes down?”
You played them once. Now you’ve got to do it again! Here’s how to prepare your Offensive Game Plan.
You beat them once. Or maybe you lost to them. But this is your second game against the same opponent!
Last season, we faced this conundrum twice. We played our week 9 opponent in the first round of the playoffs, and our week 10 opponent in the 2nd round. It’s tough to prepare for the changes you’ll see! Continue reading “FBCP S03E20 Playing the Same Team Twice”
Get your Defensive Linemen loose to make the tackle by coaching better Rip Technique!
More defensive line talk coming out of today’s mailbag, and this time it’s all about technique. Coaching rip technique, more specifically.
We work a lot on strike point and how to attack the Offensive Linemen to control your position. But Defensive Linemen are there to make tackles too. How do you get off the block? We’ll dive into the rip technique here. Continue reading “QC 139 Coaching Rip Technique for Defensive Line”
These 2 Bubble Based Offensive Plays Will Give You Both Yards And Scores
This week’s podcast is about a simple system of training a defense to see and react to one thing and then once they do, catching them off guard with another thing.
Ever heard of Pavlov’s dog? You know the story where he feeds the dog food every time he rings a bell? Soon enough whenever he rings that bell, Pavlov’s dog starts salivating even before the food is brought out. Continue reading “PSSO S4E21: 2 Simple Plays to Stretch the Defense and Score Fast”