PSSO S4E03 How many plays should you put in your playbook?

How Many Plays Should You Put In Your Playbook? How to know the exact number.

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When you are getting your offense ready to roll this season it’s easy to start adding things to the playbook that you want to do. But how much should you be doing? And if you put too much stuff in you will probably confuse your players – especially if they are young and inexperienced.

Don’t make the mistake of putting in too much that you won’t be using or isn’t really necessary because every play you are practicing should have a purpose. I’ll talk about what that purpose is and how you can make sure your first weeks of practice are the most efficient they have ever been.

TFP 053: How to Create an Explosive Offense with Coach Dub Maddox

We all love passing the ball.

We love watching defensive coordinators and players get frustrated when they can’t stop our passing attack. We laugh at them when they throw their hands up in frustration when our quarterbacks are picking them apart. We point and ridicule them when they throw up their hands and storm off the field.

But what if I told you that there is a way to piss them off so bad that they will forfeit the game because they know they can’t stop your passing attack?

Would that interest you?

Of course it would.

Well, today’s guest on the Talking Football with Coach McKie podcast has a system that can turn your ordinary passing attack into a souped up, turbo-charged passing attack.

Who’s that guest? The great Coach Dub Maddox

You’ll learn from this episode:

  • How being a head coach is different than being a coordinator
  • What having a ‘Team Lanague’ can speed up player development
  • How the R4 creates a language for you and your players
  • Why Coach Maddox loves the Mesh
  • Why Coach Maddox wrote his new book
  • What kind of defense gives Coach Maddox the most problems

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CLP Episode 1 – My Introduction: 7 Lessons I’ve Learned As A Coach

Introduction to the The Coaches’ Locker Podcast.  Get to know Coach Fore as he takes you through a brief journey of his nearly 2 decades in the coaching business.

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Coach Fore launches The Coaches’ Locker Podcast! In his first episode, Fore walks you through each of his stops, and more importantly shares one lesson that he learned from each of the seven schools he has worked at.   He also shares his vision for this podcast by breaking down what the focus of it will be, and shares about some of his first guests Continue reading “CLP Episode 1 – My Introduction: 7 Lessons I’ve Learned As A Coach”

FBCP S02E22 Defending RPOs with the 4-3 Defense Quarters Coverage

What’s the Secret to Defending RPOs with the 4-3 Defense? It’s not really a secret.

Season 2 of The Football Coaching Podcast wraps up with defending RPOs with the 4-3 Defense and Quarters Coverage. We’re using the defense as drawn up in The 4-3 Defense System that is part of JDFB Insiders.

Quarters Coverage offers some special flexibility that you might not have in other coverages and with other packages. The true nature of the 7 man front and 2 high safeties might be your best answer for defending RPOs.

Listen to this week’s episode and find out why The 4-3 Defense is my favorite defense for defending RPOs! (…on paper)

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QC 118 Three Questions on the 4-2-5 Defense

How do you defend Unbalanced Formations? What coverage do you run in 7 on 7? Can I change my defense?

Time to get caught up on some mailbag questions. None of the questions for today was long enough for its own episode. But every one is important.

Today’s mailbag questions involve defending unbalanced formations into the boundary, 7 on 7 coverages, and when to change your defense!

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TFP 052: Transforming Your Spread Offense Into a Power Run Offense with Coach Brett Dudley

Are you wanting to get rid of the passing game? Do you have nothing but STUDS at the running back position? Want to make defenses drop to their knees and beg for mercy?

Then you will love this episode of Talking Football with Coach McKie. Because we are talking with Coach Brett Dudley on 21 personnel, power running scheme.

If you want to run the ball well then this is an episode you don’t want to miss.

You’ll learn from this episode:

  • How Coach Dudley Installs His Offense.
  • Why He Changed From TFS to Power Run Scheme
  • How He’s Team is Different When It Comes to Organization
  • What It’s Like to Coach a D1 Running Back

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S02E21 Running RPOs In Your Current Offensive Playbook

You don’t have to create an entire RPO Playbook. It’s easy to incorporate RPO’s into the offensive system you’re running right now.

Run-Pass Options (RPOs) are the hot topic for offensive football coaches across the country over the last few seasons. The schemes have made their way down from the College level down to the High School ranks in a hurry.

Many coaches have been abandoning what they’ve always done in favor of more modern, “exciting” offensive schemes. The purpose of this episode is to show that you do not need to do that. You can use your existing offensive playbook and add RPOs into the mix, without sacrificing all you’ve done in the past. Continue reading “S02E21 Running RPOs In Your Current Offensive Playbook”

TFP 051: Three Things I’ve Learned During Spring Practice

I love the Spring – birds are out, sun is hanging in the sky, and I get to do football again.

And the Spring is for making mistakes. Which I did a lot of this spring. That’s why I’m going to talk about the Top Three Things I Learned From Spring Practice on this episode of Talking Football with Coach McKie

You’ll learn from this episode:

  • How Deadly Hand Down Tight-End Is
  • How to Counter the Defense Peeling for your Running Back
  • Why I dislike coaching the Baylor System
  • Why I embraced who I am
  • Why the Air Raid offense is easier to coach

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QC 117 Play Calling for Youth Football Defense

How do you get your defensive play calls in for Youth Football? If your playbook is simple, it doesn’t take much.

At the youth level, it’s all about getting your players to enjoy the game and play with great fundamentals. Focus on that.

Scheme won’t win you nearly as many games as great execution will. That’s true at every level.

On this week’s episode of the JDFB Quick Clinic, I’ll answer an email question about how to make your play calls for Youth Football Defense. It comes down to one thing: Keep It Simple!

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PSSO S4E02 How to Attack the 425 with Pistol I and Trips Formation

How should you attack the 425 Defense? Find out multiple strategies that work with Pistol I and Trips Formations

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The 425 is one of the hottest defenses out there right now. It’s simple, effective and keeps defenses in that 4 man front so many Defensive Coordinators love to show. But what’s the best way to attack it offensively? Every defense has a weakness. What is the 425’s?

In this episode I cover the basic 425 alignments against two common formations as well as what you can do to attack them. I’ll cover my favorite run calls as well as my favorite screens and passes. Get a head start against teams running this defense and get your game plan on the right track.

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