Coaching defensive line technique for young players can be frustrating. There’s a world of bad habits and natural instincts you’ve got to break.
During Season 7 of The Football Coaching Podcast we’ve looked at how to use some of the core principles from JDFB Coaching Systems to solve problems. Those core principles include shows on coaching using ASKA and pulling levers for constant improvement. Continue reading “Solving 5 Defensive Line Technique Problems | FBCP S07E14”
There’s a special challenge for linebackers in defending jet sweep motion. When they see it, they forget everything they’ve been taught and start chasing the shiny object. The Jet Sweep run play is a lot more dangerous because of what it does to your defenders, than it is as an actual yardage gainer. Continue reading “Defending Jet Sweep Motion | QC Episode 221”
Former NFL QB Jake Plummer stops by the Showcast to talk about leadership, playing under pressure, and Ready List Sports. Continue reading “TFP 152 – Leading a locker room with former NFL QB Jake Plummer”
You can argue if it’s the best, but the power blocking scheme is definitely one of the most used running plays in football today. On this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast, we’re doing a deep dive into all the details of this great gap blocking scheme attack. Continue reading “Power Blocking Scheme for Big Rushing Yards | FBCP S07 Episode 13”
Get the best Offensive Line Drills so you get the best performance out of your Offensive Linemen. Your practice time is too limited to run hundreds of different drills. What drills should actually run?
Over the past couple years, since turning to the 90 Minute Practice Plan, I’ve had to really examine just which Offensive Line drills were worth what little practice time we had to work. Continue reading “Offensive Line Drills | QC Episode 220”
Former NFL QB JT O’Sullivan stops by to talk about QB play in the Spread, Hurry Up Offense and how powerful RPOs are. Continue reading “TFP 151 – JT O’Sullivan and QB play in the Spread Offense”
Detroit Country Day School put a dominate 33 Stack Defense on the field in 2019 under Head Football Coach Dan MacLean. But that’s nothing new. Coach MacLean has been doing this job for a long time, and doing it well.
The lengthy run in his current position started back in 1998. There’s been plenty of evolution on the way. Coach MacLean shares the learning experiences that have helped his team develop into a top contender every season. Not only have the X’s and O’s evolved over time. He’s also changed in the way he approaches his athletes. Continue reading “33 Defense with Dan MacLean | FBCP S07 Episode 12”
Coach Noel Mazzone stops by the Showcast to talk about creating a powerful spread run game. Continue reading “TFP 150 – Noel Mazzone and Creating a Powerful Spread Run Game”
Time to put the finishing touches on that defensive playbook to get ready for the upcoming season. How much do you need in it?
The biggest problem many coordinators will run into this season is not going to be not having enough play calls. It’s going to be having a defensive playbook that is too big. And for no reason. Continue reading “How Many Calls in Your Defensive Playbook? | FBCP S07 Episode 11”
Coaches can learn a lot from tagging your game film in Hudl. You can also waste a lot of time.
Hudl and other video analysis tools are a powerful tool for football coaches. Not only can you can quickly share film with your next opponent, your entire staff and all of your players. But you can get a ton of data when you tag your film properly. Continue reading “What to Tag in Hudl | QC Episode 219”