Coach Fore answers random questions from listeners about Special Teams. Fore also checks in with Lamont Butler, first time Head Football Coach at the collegiate level, about the first two weeks of the season.
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”
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”
Steve Mooshagian’s career has spanned from roaming the sidelines of your everyday high school to the largest stage: The NFL! Currently the Head Football Coach at Ventura Community College, he will share many nuggets from decades in this great game.
Coach Moose as he is effectionately called enters his 9th season at the helm of the Pirate Football Program. There is no doubt that he has led them to some of their most prosperous days in their 50 year history. On this podcast, we chat about general philosophies of coaching football, how to deal with players like Ochocinco (who he coached with the Bengals), what his recruiting philosophy is and so much more in this dynamite time with two coaches. Continue reading “CLP Episode 12 – Lessons from coaching in the high school game, the collegiate game and the NFL; Steve Mooshagia”
Two well respected members of the media take you inside their jobs to share with you some helpful hints and reminders for working with the media. As the season fast approaches, listen to Eric Sondheimer of the Los Angeles Times and Evan Barnes who covers the University of Memphis football team for USA Today share some wisdom.
These two veteran sports reporters have been around the block a few times, and then back again. Listen as they discuss what it’s like to cover sports in 2018. They give some tremendous feedback to my questions about how we, as coaches, can help get our teams covered. Professional advice given for how to better work with the media. Let’s face it, you better know how to work with the media in this day and age! This podcast helps you better understand the media, their job, and how you can work with them! Continue reading “CLP Episode 11 – Helpful hints and reminders for working with the media”
Coach Lamont Butler is entering his first season as the Head Football Coach of the Trinity International University Trojan football team. We will hear from Butler on the podcast each week as they progress through the season.
On this podcast, Fore introduces Coach Butler to his audience as they discuss his rise in the coaching ranks, being a head high school coach, taking over an NAIA collegiate program, what that first day in the office was like, the methods he uses to hire coaches, recruiting and much more.
Head Coach Jeff Steinberg is entering his 21st season as a Head Football Coach after winning a CIF Championship last year. He is starting his first year at Beaumont High. Steinberg talks about practice planning and program organization on this podcast.
Steinberg is one of THE most organized coaches you’ll ever find. He talks about the why and the how of his practice planning and organization. Steinberg also shares what they focus on each day, and each week of camp. This podcast will surely give you some ideas for program management and practice planning. Continue reading “CLP Episode 9 – Jeff Steinberg, Beaumont High (So Cal), Practice Planning and Organization”
Kiyoshi Harris is the Assistant Head Football Coach at Independence Community College, home of Last Chance U Season 3. He has coached high school and Juco ball in California, before going to one of the top JCs in the Nation.
Fore and Harris talk Junior College Football, the development of offensive linemen, and what it’s like having all those cameras around you for a program like Last Chance U. They won the 2017 Jayhawk Conference Championship. Continue reading “CLP Episode 8 – Kiyoshi Harris, Independence Community College”
Scott Glabb has had one of the most distinguished and interesting careers of any wrestling coach in California history. From taking over a program who couldn’t fill out a whole roster and getting shut out to building one of the best programs in the State, his story is both inspiring and encouraging.
Coach Glabb has too many awards and Hall of Fames to count! There are many distinguished alumni of Glabb’s coaching. One that he is very proud of is professional mixed martial arts fighter Gilbert “El Nino” Melendez who holds a world championship belt at 155 pounds and now fights for the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championships). His work with making the Saints a power in California wrestling is chronicled in his book “A Saint in the City.” It is available on Amazon. Continue reading “CLP Episode 7 – Scott Glabb, one of California’s best wrestling coaches”