Coaching Quarterbacks doesn’t have to be complicated. This is The Non-Guru Guide to Coaching QBs!
This episode of The Football Coaching Podcast looks at how to coach quarterbacks when you’re not a Quarterback Guru. It turns out you don’t need a PhD to get the job done. Continue reading “10 Keys to Coaching Quarterbacks | FBCP S04 Episode 06”
We’re breaking down the Run and Shoot Offense. Here’s what I’ve learned in a very, very short period of time.
It may be football’s greatest mystery. The most complex offensive play design out there. For myself, it’s the single offensive system I knew absolutely nothing about. Continue reading “The Run and Shoot Offense | S04 Episode 05”
We’re diving into the backlog of the Football Coach Mailbag. Time to play catch-up!
Today’s episode of The Football Coaching Podcast is getting us caught up on your questions from the football coach mailbag. We’re hitting all kinds of topics you’ve been asking about in this special episode! Continue reading “Football Coach Mailbag | S04 Episode 04”
Every football coaches needs his own coaching philosophy. Mine is short… Coach Simple, Play Fast, Win.
You hear it on every podcast: Coach Simple, Play Fast, Win. But what does that really mean? Continue reading “Coaching Philosophy: Coach Simple. Play Fast. Win. | FBCP S04 Episode 03”
The 3-4 Defense System can shut down your opponents next season with a simple approach to creating complexity.
JDFB 3-4 Defense System Alignments PDF
The 3-4 Defense has become increasingly popular because of the flexibility to defend everything from downhill rushing attacks to elaborate Spread Option and RPO offenses. In today’s episode we’re going to look and the 3-4 Defense System that is a part of JDFB Insider. Continue reading “Coaching the 3-4 Defense System | FBCP S04 Episode 02”
There’s a lot of moving parts to being a Head Football Coach. Here are some of the critical lessons I learned this season.
12 Head Coach Lessons 2018 PDF Document
2018 was my first season as a Head Football Coach. Overall the year was successful, but there was a lot of learning. I’ll share some of the lessons learned that weren’t in the manual when I started on the job. Continue reading “12 Lessons Learned as a First Year Head Football Coach | FBCP S04 Episode 01”
Use these 6 methods to learn to coach football, faster. The key is knowing where to focus your effort.
How can you learn to be a better football coach this off-season? There’s more opportunity available than ever, but you’ve got to look in the right places and have a focused goal.
I’ll share 6 resources you can use to learn to coach football, whether you’re just starting out or continuing your lifelong coaching education. And the 3 keys that you must follow to get a coaching education that’s actually going to help your team win games.
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”
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”
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”