Brent Dearmon talks about installing RPOs into your offense and how he’s turning around Bethel University with an explosive offensive style.
Coach Brent Dearmon has a pretty impressive resume including most recently working as Offensive Coordinator at Arkansas Tech. Now he’s turning around his alma mater at Bethel University in Tennessee. Continue reading “FBCP S03E13 Installing RPOs with Brent Dearmon”
Plans change with short chains and in the Red Zone. Here’s how to plan your 4-2-5 Defense short yardage coverage package.
No defense is perfect. At some point, the offense is going to move the ball on you and get into short yardage situations, into the red zone and down to the goal line. No matter how good you are! Continue reading “QC 132 4-2-5 Defense Coverage for Short Yardage”
How to easily set up a one word play call and strategies behind the order of plays on a play call script. Coaches Questions are answered in detail.
This week’s podcast I go back to better explain my answers to how to use one word play calls and keep it very simple for your team. This strategy will get you going uptempo in as short of time as it takes to explain to your team how it works. Continue reading “PSSO S4E14 Coaches Questions: Up-Tempo One Word Play Calls And Setting Up An Opening Play Script”
Jeff Fisher from High School Football America joins Coach Fore to talk about all things 2018 high school football. He also discusses researching and writing his new book about High School Football in Texas.
Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports. In addition, he is the host and producer of two radio shows: High School Football America and the National High School Coaches Association (“NHSCA”) Sports Hour. The two shows average over 150,000 downloads per show on the ArtistFirst Radio Network. Fisher is also the Communications Director for the NHSCA. Continue reading “CLP Episode 14 – Jeff Fisher from High School Football America”
The Outside Zone Play is one of the best plays in football, no matter what level you coach. Here’s the deep dive details on how to run it precision for big gains on the ground.
The Outside Zone Play is one of the best offensive plays in football. In the NFL, it may be the most frequently called run in the entire league.
But you don’t care about the NFL. You care about your football team, and how the Outside Zone Play can help you. Continue reading “FBCP S03E12 Coaching the Outside Zone Play”
One of the keys to great play up front is your Defensive Line pad level. How can you get your athletes to play low?
Your defensive line’s pad level must be low to win the battle up front. There’s multiple ways to accomplish this goal, but unfortunately there’s not a good quick fix.
Today’s JDFB Quick Clinic question is about playing your Defensive Line in a 4-point stance in order to lower their pad level. Is that the right solution, or is there another way? We’ll deep dive on lower pad level in this episode. Continue reading “QC 131 Coaching Defensive Line Pad Level”
Nobody in California knows more about high school baseball and what makes the top programs in California great. Les Lukach is the Prep Baseball Report California Director of Scouting, and a former baseball and football coach.
Les Lukach has been ingrained in the Southern California baseball scene for nearly a decade. After coaching in high school, Lukach began scouting in Orange County, covering prep players for a blog he created that took off. From there, he broadened his reach to all of Southern California. Eventually Lukach was contracted to scout from different services online before shifting his focus solely on his blog. Lukach graduated from Long Beach State University. Follow him on Twitter at @LesLukach. Continue reading “CLP Episode 13 – What makes a high school baseball (and every other sport) program great? Guest Les Lukach, Prep Baseball Report”
From the early days of the Pistol Power Offense System, let’s take a deep dive into the run game of the 1986 Washington Redskins Playbook.
The Pistol Power Offense System has a lot of roots with the Washington Redskins playbooks from the 1980s. Today we’re taking a look at one of those playbooks.
Be warned… this playbook was a mess. There’s no way any Redskins player ever received the playbook in this format. Continue reading “FBCP S03E11 Breaking Down the 1986 Washington Redskins Playbook”
Football coaches are fighting an extremely important battle for the future of our sport. How do you increase football safety for your players?
Football safety is becoming the name of the game in coaching. If you’re not focusing on it and coaching your players to keep the head out of contact, you’re behind the times. And potentially a danger to your players and to the sport. Continue reading “QC 130 Coaching Football Safety”