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Does Your Offense have the Runs?

Posted: May 7, 2018 at 8:44 am   /   Uncategorized

Where does offensive football go from here? For the past decade we have seen some amazing offensive schemes come across our television sets. The talk of the decade has been tempo, and # of plays, and placing second the schemes and position drills. Coaches get anxious about changes that need to be made, and automatically […]

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Does Your Offense Need A Diet: Finding a Precise Offense

Posted: March 12, 2018 at 6:58 pm   /   Uncategorized

Every year for my anniversary present, my wife pays for a subscription to ESPN Gameplan. I like to watch teams from all over the states, and even the smaller colleges, where I believe the most innovative football is being played. I love to watch small college football, or non-power conferences. These coordinators are motivated and […]

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I Am Crossing the Line…..

Posted: March 6, 2018 at 2:45 pm   /   Uncategorized

Your passion and your purpose must be greater than your challenges. To be successful you have you be willing to work harder, lean more, practice longer, lead better, smile more, and love deeper.  Dabo Swinney  Clemson Tiger Head Coach LOVE DEEPER. You and I live in an age when only a small minority of individuals […]

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Defining a Position Coach

Posted: March 5, 2018 at 6:33 pm   /   Uncategorized

Previously posted for http://www.footballxos.com/defining-position-coach/ At the beginning of a career every coach wants to be a coordinator. I strictly believe that every young coach should have goals in place and path to reach them, but do not be in a rush to climb the top. Promotions will come from the success of your players in your […]

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Wide Line Splits meet Math and Physics…(and why you should use them)

Posted: February 25, 2018 at 2:26 pm   /   Uncategorized

Previously posted for http://www.footballxos.com/wide-line-splits-math-meets-physics/ I have always been intrigued with Coach Woody Hayes. Although he is most remembered by an incident in a game, everyone said he was a tremendous teacher. I read once that he did a study on the geometry of the force created by the down block, in order to prove his logic. […]

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The Purest Source of Competitive Advantage

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 10:59 pm   /   Uncategorized

I know that clinic season is upon us, and many coaches are pounding the roads searching for inspiring ideas to implement this off season. We coach in a sport that has finally reached the level of novelty idealogy as the rest of the business world. As we look around there are as many “self-help” books/technology […]

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The Moment I Actually Learned to Coach

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 10:57 pm   /   Uncategorized

I would like to send this question out to all of the coaches currently in college and professional football. I believe this would be a great read. I recently read an article where Mike Leach talked about risks, and it made me think of this instance. The moment I really learned to coach for the […]

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Tempo, Balance, Number of Plays, and any other aspect we spend too much time talking about.

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 8:57 pm   /   Uncategorized

Previously posted for http://www.footballxos.com/tempo-balance-number-plays-aspect-spend-much-time-talking/ Offense is a topic of many sub-categories. Tempo, Balance, and number of plays are all very interesting topics. Search the internet and social media and you will see any subject that peeks your interest. I have to say I have taken quite a break from trolling social media  this off season. While I […]

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Coaching Points That I Hope Can Help, and The Golden Rule

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 3:17 pm   /   Uncategorized

I started this blog for a few reasons. It forced me to put my philosophy out there, and I wanted a place for coaches to be able to come, to maybe find something they could use or thought provoking. I was tired of young coaches with families and limited budgets, having to decide whether to […]

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Why being on a great staff can be more valuable and rewarding.

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 3:09 pm   /   Uncategorized

Previously posted for http://www.footballxos.com/great-staff-can-valuable-rewarding/ The aspirations of every coach starting out, is to have their own program. As well as it should be, many overlook the value of being on a great staff. Those of us who have been been coaches for some time can really appreciate this. We have seen how great staffs produce a […]

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