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?
[View the story “Flipping the Playbook with Jake Plummer” on Storify]…
Q1: How does your head coach decide who fills each position on staff?
Q2: What responsibilities does the OC have through the season and the rest of the year?
Q3: What responsibilities does the DC have through the season and the rest of the year?
Q4: How does an assistant show they are ready to handle the responsibilities of a coordinator or become a head coach?
Q5: Are you provided a written description of what your responsibilities include?
Q6: What do you consider “other duties as assigned” to be pretty typical for a coach?
Q7: What advice for coaches new to the profession can you provide regarding their new responsibilities?
Q1: How do you balance offseason strength and speed acquisition with teaching football skills and scheme?
Q2: How do you focus instruction in the spring without the end goal of winning a game?
Q3: If you spend your athletic period focused on football, how do you encourage the athletes to lift?
Q4: When you start phasing in football specific work, where do you want to be once you start Spring Ball?
Q5: To end the chat, please go over a drill or two that you enjoy doing that doesn’t involve pads
Q1: What zone scheme do you use (IZ, OZ, MZ, SZ) and how do you install it?
Q2: A)Do your OL all step in the same direction or do you look for double teams? B)What drills do you use?
Q3: A)What do you teach your RB to read? B)What drills do you use?
Q4: How do you work your QB reads for give, keep, or RPO?
Q5: How do your personnel packages impact what you do with your zone scheme?
Q1: How has coaching changed over the past 10-20 years?
Q2: What are the most pressing issues a coach must be able to handle today?
Q3: How have advances in technology changed the coaching profession?
Q4: How do you define “old school” coaching and is it still relevant today?
Q5: How have expectations of coaches in college and the pros impacted the high school coach?
Q1: How do rule changes impact the way football is played?
Q2: What rule changes have resulted in major changes in the game?
Q3: With player safety being a hot button issue, are rules changes necesary or an overreaction?
Q4: Which rules do you feel are more progressive, NFHS rules or NCAA rules?
Q5: Do safety rules regarding concussion protocol do enough to protect our players?
Q6: What is your definition of a “defenseless player”?
Q7: What rule would you add or subtract to help improve the game?
Q1. Compare the system of football you played in to what you are coaching now.
Q2. What in your opinion, has been the biggest change in Offense and Defense systems over the last 20 years?
Q3. Who are the innovators you consider to have had the most impact on how football is played and coached today?
Q4. How far back in football history will you look for play and scheme design to install in your program?
Q5. If you can, trace back the development and evolution of your offense and defense. Multiple tweets encouraged
Q6. Do you believe systems influence player development or players influence system development?