Powerful Allies by Angela Hayes

I had the opportunity to meet with a friend of a friend and share ideas on the building of community.  I met a very dynamic individual whose mind is constantly activated.  In this reflection Angela wrote, she captures the importance of community that I and #TXHSFBCHAT hope to bring to our network.  Thank you for…

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3rd and Longer

The game of football is under attack.  I have blown this off for many years because of the popularity of the game and because Texas is insulated from the rest of the football nation due to the culture and organization of high school football.  I embrace this opinion now because I see the impact in…

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Culture in the Coaches Office

It’s not the Xs and the Os, it’s the Jimmies and the Joes.  Most of the time when a coach uses this cliche, he will use it to stress what is important in a program.  Your offensive or defensive system is important, but the people who are executing the game plan each week have more…

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MaxOne – Your New Digital Director of Football Operations

There’s a lot going on when it comes to technology and innovation in the sport of Football. Coaches and athletes are always looking for an edge, and new technologies are continuously coming into play. It’s important for coaches to realize this, and to adapt to an ever-changing environment.   At TXHSFBCHAT, we take pride in…

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College Camps 2018

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Run The Power Podcast with Coach Fisher

  I had the opportunity to appear on the Run The Power Podcast with Coach Rowdy Harper and Coach Brady Walz.  We talked #TXHSFBCHAT, some OL, and even some aquatic science!…

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Landing A Job in California

Friday I posted a blog on detailing my advice on coaches moving to and coaching football in Texas. My friend, and fellow coach Chris Fore posted a similar blog on getting a job in California about an hour later. There was no prior planning of this, no we are not in kahootz, it was a…

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So You Want to Coach Football in Texas

I get asked a lot about moving to Texas to coach. One thing I have discovered over the course of #TXHSFBCHAT is coaches outside of Texas move around a lot, and many are not afraid to move from one state to another.  In Texas, many coaches rarely leave the area or region they coach in…

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College Sports and Social Media

This originally appeared on the Ohio University website. This is reposted with permission from Ohio University. Ohio University College athletes use social media platforms regularly. However, the accounts often come under scrutiny owing to the athletes’ role as public representatives of their schools. It is common for athletes to indulge in questionable activities on the…

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Hudl Assist Draws Praise From Texas Coaching Vet

Competition is as stiff in Texas as anywhere in the country, but Hudl Assist helped Randy Barnes and Rains High School get a time-saving edge. Randy Barnes, the head coach of Rains High School (Emory, Texas) still remembers his first days as an assistant in 1982 when he physically had to cut up the 16mm…

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