One of my favorite chats of all time. So much great insight shared by coaches evaluating their position.
Q1: What was the best change/addition you made on offense? And what are you looking forward to changing/adding this upcoming season? #TXHSFBCHAT
Q2: What was the best change/addition you made on defense? And what are you looking forward to changing/adding this upcoming season? #TXHSFBCHAT
Q3: What was the best change/addition you made on special teams? And what are you looking forward to changing/adding this upcoming season? #TXHSFBCHAT
Q4: What was the best change/addition you made to your Strength and Conditioning? And what are you looking forward to changing/adding this upcoming season? #TXHSFBCHAT
Q5: What was the best change/addition you made to improve leadership/team culture? And what are you looking forward to changing/adding this upcoming season? #TXHSFBCHAT
3rd Downs with Coach Dub Maddox…
Q1: How did the field position of where you started your drives impact your scoring this season?
Q2: What are your goals when you are, or have your opponent pinned inside the 10 yard line on your side of the field?
Q3: What is your 4th down philosophy on the + side of the 50? On the – side of the 50?
Q4: You’re in the grey area where it’s too far for a FG, and 4th and medium…how do you decide whether to go for it or punt?
Q5: How do you use flipping the field to your advantage?
Q1: How do you organize your script and/or play call sheet each game?
Q2: Why do you choose to script or not to script?
Q3: What impacts the aggressiveness of your play calling?
Q4: How does your offensive style help formulate your script/call sheet?
Q5: How does field position and situation impact your play calls?
Q6: How does your style of play impact the way you signal or send in plays?
by Chris Fisher, OL Coach Ridge Point HS and Founder of #TXHSFBCHAT This article originally appeared on the Hudl Blog Coaching the offensive line is special. It is a special unit within a team that the rest of the offense relies on in order to do their job. The offensive line must work together and…
Same Side Option Mike DiMatteo – RB Coach, Aurora University Same side option football is a rather simple concept to implement in any option offense, and one that will give diversity to your option attack while making a defensive coordinator’s job more difficult by throwing off tendencies by formation. It also frees your quarterback to…
Q1: Which man beaters work best in the RPO game? Off which formations?
Q2: How do you design your man beaters in your game plan each week to take advantage of mismatches?
Q3: Which coverages work best in defending RPO’s?
Q4: How do you train the post-snap eyes/reactions of potential manipulation defenders vs. RPO’s?
Q5: What are some of the most important situational periods you implement during game week on offense, defense and special teams?
Q6: How are you making practice less taxing on players to keep them fresh for game day?
Formation(s): Stack & Bunch Written by: Coach Kristian Johnson Tyler Junior College Twitter: fb_coachjohnson Coaches, The objective of the spread offense is in it’s name, Spread the defense out wide and attack the space created. Two particular formation(s) that gives an offense that advantage are the “Double Stack” and the Bunch formation. The two formation(s)…