Do you want to run your plays at break neck speed? Do you want to know how you should game plan? Are you hurting yourself as an offensive coordinator by putting yourself above the team?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of those questions, then this episode of Talking Football with Coach McKie is for you. Why?
Because we are talking the brilliant Coach James Vint. Continue reading “TFP 057: Talking Tempo, Game Planning, and More with James Vint”
Chris Fore has been a Special Teams Coordinator for 15 years (14 at the high school level and 1 at the Junior College level, which was 2017). He shares some insight and wisdom from all of that time spent coordinating what he feels is a very important part of the game.
Fore talks about Special Teams Player of the Year program, in season scouting and preparation of your special teams, as well as how to motivate your players to find success. He also shares insight about forms that he uses to help organize his special teams, and makes these available in the shownotes. Continue reading “CLP Episode 6 – Chris Fore, Special Teams Organization”
Every offensive playbook needs a foundation. The Power Series is that foundation for the Pistol Power Offense System.
It’s nice to do a podcast where you don’t need any notes. You’ve talked about something so many times that it just flows.
That’s the Power Series for me. It’s the foundation of our offense, and has been for a number of years. Continue reading “FBCP S03E04 Power Series in the One Back Offense”
How can I get into coaching football? What Defense should I run? And where can I find that podcast I remember!?
Today’s episode of The JDFB Quick Clinic is a potpourri of coaching information. We go from the job search to counting fronts and more.
It’s a mailbag episode for the 4th of July holiday! Celebrate America’s Independence with the JDFB Quick Clinic… and a hot dog, a cold beer, and some recklessly planned homemade fireworks shows. Continue reading “QC 123 Counting Fronts, Coaching Jobs and more… The Mailbag Edition”
What are the basics of Cover 4? This one play is the best way to take a shot against it.
This episode marks the fourth episode of our spread offense passing series where am breaking down different coverages and their individual strengths and weaknesses. This week is Cover 4 which is a great coverage for defenses but in my opinion is one of the most difficult for coaches to teach.
Cover 4 can be attacked on the edges but watch out for those squatting Safeties! True cover 4 is a match up coverage like Cover 2 which is why it can be difficult to throw against. Fortunately there are some good options – especially a Shot pass I picked up from Tom Herman that I think you will love! Continue reading “PSSO S4E7 Covering Cover 4 and the Shot Play to take against it.”
Kevin Swift is the Athletic Director and Head Football Coach at Gold Beach High School in Oregon. Gold Beach is a small rural school, but Swift has managed great success with limited students, finances and facilities.
Most coaches wish that they had more athletes, more money, more coaches, better facilities and better equipment. On this episode Swift discusses how he has built state champions in a small school setting, and shares real world examples of how you can do the same thing. His breadth of experience goes from Southern California college football coach to small school coach in Oregon. Swift shares about many lessons he has picked up along the way as a coach and athletic director. Continue reading “CLP Episode 5 – Kevin Swift, Building Championship Programs in a Rural Setting”
Tired of watching a great defensive series fall apart on a poor job defending a screen pass? Here’s how to get your 33 Stack Defense ready to stop the Screen Pass.
Download the Huskies ‘92 Defense Playbook Here
The 1992 Washington Huskies 4-4 Defense Playbook is the subject a deep dive look on this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast. And it’s an interesting look. Continue reading “FBCP S03E03 The 1992 Washington Huskies 4-4 Defense Playbook”
How do you run your Defensive Line stunts? On the snap or wait to recognize pass sets?
The topic this week for the JDFB Quick Clinic is all about Defensive Line stunts. More specifically, how should you execute those stunts?
Some coaches like to execute the stunt on the snap. Others wait to see the Offensive Line pass set. It all depends on what you’re running those stunts for! Continue reading “QC 122 Coaching Defensive Line Stunts”
It’s that time of the year. The 7 on 7 football season. We all love it as coaches, right?
Sure. If you are running YOUR stuff and trying to make YOUR team better for the regular season…
…but if you aren’t then you are going to have a HORRIBLE time during the regular season.
So, in today’s episode of Talking Football with Coach McKie, I’m going to go over the 3 DUMBEST 7 on 7 mistakes YOU can make.
Hopefully you aren’t making these mistakes…
…you aren’t, right? Because you are too smart for that. Continue reading “TFP 056: The 3 DUMBEST 7 on 7 mistakes YOU can make”
What are the basics of Cover 3? How should you attack it’s weaknesses?
This episode marks the third episode of our spread offense passing series where am breaking down different coverages and their individual strengths and weaknesses. This week is Cover 3 which is one of the easiest coverages to run but unless you really know what your doing, it’s also the easiest in my opinion to beat with the pass. Continue reading “PSSO S4E6 Basics of Cover 3 and How To Attack It”