This article is published here with consent of the author. RPO Offense Coaches, I’d like to introduce myself, I’m Coach Johnson. I’m currently a student assistant at Tyler Junior College located in East Texas in a town called Tyler, Texas. I started out coaching football at age 17 after my senior year of football was…
“It is my belief that this game and the men that coach it are one of the last bastions of good influence for our kids” #TXHSFBCHAT Chris Doelle of Lone Star Gridiron joins us on the podcast to re-cap the #TXHSFB CHAT in which he moderated for coaches last night. Chris is the founder of…
This episode of #TXHSFBCHAT was hosted by Chris Doelle of http://lonestargridiron.com/
Q1: What opportunities do you provide your team to work together during the summer?
Q2: Are you allowed to coach your athletes in the summer?
Q3: What role does 7on7 play with your program?
Q4: How do you get your athletes to the weight room to work out together?
Q5: What skills camps do you host during the summer and what age do you target?
Q6: What is the most important activity you want your athletes doing each summer?
Q7: What message do you tell your athletes when they leave school for the summer to be prepared for the fall?
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Every Thursday The Coaching in the Car podcast will devote its time to diving deep into the previous nights #TXHSFBCHAT.
Q1: How have you adjusted your practice to fit new full contact limitations?
Q2: What technique do you use to teach backside protection for roll out passes?
Q3: When do you start breaking down each opponent?
Q4: How do you involve your running back in the passing game?
Q5: How do you use trips to stress the defense?
Q1: How do you develop and maintain a relationship with your middle school/feeder system?
Q2: What resources do you provide the coaches?
Q3: What are the feeder system coaches expected to teach about your football program?
Q4: How much time do you spend working with the feeder system?
Q5: Does your program have control over who coaches at the feeder schools?
Q6: How does your program work with the youth football teams?
Q7: How do you use your youth and feeder programs to develop your football community?