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Q1: What are your plans to advance your career?
Q2: Describe the characteristics you look for in a school/coaching staff.
Q3: How can a young position coach develop into a coordinator candidate?
Q4: What are the things coordinators do that assistants don’t realize are part of the job?
Q5: What can a coordinator do to develop into a head coach candidate?
Q6: What does a head coach do that assistants don’t realize are part of the job?
Q7: Who/what are your best resources for career advice?
Q1: What was your best run play this year? For defense, what was the best part of your run defense? Diagrams encouraged
Q2: What was your best pass play this year? For defense, what was the best part of your pass defense? Diagrams encouraged
Q3: When you were in short yardage, 3rd/4th down or GL, what was your goto call?
Q4: What was your biggest play of the year, and why was it successful?
Q5: What was your best trick play this year?
Q6: What play did you not run enough?
Q7: If you were to define your season with a play, what would it be and why?
Runs, Passes, and Defensive calls submitted from coaches
Day 4 – December 10
Tweet a topic you’d like to see covered by #TXHSFBCHAT this off-season
Day 3 – December 9
Tweet your wishlist of books you’d like to own and read.
Q1: What kind of script/call sheet do you put together for each game?
Q2: Describe your thought process going from one play to the next.
Q3: What sort of notes do you take during a possession to help you call the next series?
Q4: In between possessions, describe how you organize and determine the plays or defensive adjustments for the next series.
Q5: How do you decide whether you are an on the field caller or from the box caller?
Q6: How many people does your call go through? Straight from you to the player, or do you tell a signaler?
Q7: What situations do you make sure to have a series of plays/call ready to go?
Tweet your favorite football coaching website, blog or book, and podcasts
Q1: What play in your offense would be considered the Thanksgiving turkey?
Q2: Which plays turned out to be the stuffing?
Q3: If you could describe your season as Thanksgiving sides, what would be the sweet potatoes and what would be the mac n cheese?
Q4: What was your dessert this season?
Q5: When you make your leftover sandwich, how are you building it? (still relating turkey dinner to football here)