One of my favorite chats of all time. So much great insight shared by coaches evaluating their position.
Q1: How often do you watch film with your team? With your position?
Q2: Do you have a defined expectation for your players to watch film on their own? Do you track it?
Q3: How much of the game film and opponent film do you share with your position?
Q4: How do you balance going over the positive plays and the negative plays from the game film?
Q5: How does what you see on the film impact your practice plan?
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…
**Varsity players schedule: Monday – Film and Install / Tuesday-Wednesday – Full pads practice / Thursday-Run through / Friday – Game Day / Saturday-Sunday –Off** This blog has been posted here with permission of the author @seoleufootball Saturday morning, I watch last night’s game once. The result in already in the book so I…