Is the defense catching on AND stopping your Pin and Pull scheme?
Do you wish you could READ a different defender in the Pin and Pull RPO to keep the defense on its toes?
Want to turn the Pin and Pull RPO into a Midline-type play? Continue reading “TFP 78: 3 Tags for the Pin and Pull RPO”
Mike Ballestero is a seventeen-year veteran filmmaker and an experienced football line coach based in the Los Angeles area. His media credits as both an editor and a producer span a number of networks such as ESPN, HGTV, Speed Network, Discovery Channel, and The DIY Network as well as work in independent feature films both in front of the camera and behind it. Continue reading “CLP Episode 30 – A Seat At The Table, an interview with producer Michael Ballestero”
You don’t need to have pads on when you’re teaching tackling to your football team. Find out how to get it done!
Teaching tackling to your football team and seeing better results on game day will done more for your football team’s winning percentage than anything else you can do. After all, this game is still all about blocking and tackling. Continue reading “Teaching Tackling With No Contact | FBCP S04 Episode 11”
Everyone loves the Air Raid Shallow Cross concept because it gets the ball to a play maker in space.
…there is always confusion on HOW to install the Air Raid Shallow Cross concept. Continue reading “TFP 77: How to Install the Air Raid Shallow Cross”
Do you go against teams that run a 4-4 defense? Do they spin down to a one-high safety? Do they decide to go man-to-man and say “Bring it on.”
And are you confused about how to attack them?
Then you need to listen to this episode of Talking Football with Coach McKie. Continue reading “TFP 76: 3 Ways to Attack the 4-4 Defense”
Coach Fore interviews Jason McManus, the Assistant Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator at South Pointe High School in Rock Hill, South Carolina. We talk about offensive game planning, the differences between college (where he spent 15 years before high school coaching) and more!
Continue reading “CLP Episode 29 – Offensive Game Planning, Coaching in College vs High School and more!”
The Run and Shoot Offense set records in the USFL in 1984. Let’s see what we can learn from what they learned in 1985!
A few weeks ago I started looking at the Run and Shoot Offense. With the assistance of Jason Hahnstadt’s Demistifying the Run and Shoot Offense video series, I came up with a base understanding of the offense. But I wanted to go deeper.
Do I think the Run and Shoot Offense is the right direction for a High School Football team to go? Only if you have a background and a guaranteed Quarterback pipeline. Do I think there are elements we can take from the offense? Absolutely.
So I dug around through a few Run and Shoot Offense playbooks. Settled on the 1985 Houston Gamblers playbook with… wait what? Kevin Gilbride? No idea. That’s who’s on the front page. John Jenkins was the Offensive Coordinator after Mouse Davis had moved on to the new Denver Gold.
Yes, this is the first time we’ve ever talked about the USFL in the history of The Football Coaching Podcast. Coincidence, with the AAF coming around this year? Yes. Completely.
Anyway, here’s the links to the playbook and some other useful links for Run and Shoot Offense enthusiasts…
Putting your playbook together? Do you know how many passing concepts your team will need to have?
When you’re putting your playbook together, it’s important to consider how you’re going to structure your passing concepts. How many? What types? Continue reading “How Many Passing Concepts? | QC Episode 151”
Want to discover how to make the Air Raid Y-Stick concept DEADLIER?
Want to know the secret behind perfecting the Air Raid ‘6’ concept?
Want to be able to run an effective Gap-Scheme RPO without blocking the backside end? Continue reading “TFP 75: Discovering New Ways of Coaching the Air Raid with Coach Patrick Taylor”
No matter how good you are, every coach is going to lose some games. But there is a silver lining to every cloud!
Continue reading “Dealing with Losing | FBCP S04 Episode 09”