When it comes to innovation and thinking outside-the-box, there may not be another football coach in America who questions the status-quo like Kevin Kelley. (Part 1 of 5)
In the history of football, great running teams use “series” football to help slow down defenses and keep them guessing as to who has the ball. Offensive coaches who want to pass the ball more successfully must incorporate that “series” type of thinking into their passing game.
To play wide receiver well, a player must have the right combination of physical traits. While body control and agility are essential to a receiver’s success, the primary thing he must have, according to University of Oklahoma wide receivers coach and offensive coordinator Jay Norvell, is the ability to adjust.
You can improve your offensive linemen’s speed, quickness and directional movement with the following drills.
Although offensive line may be considered football’s most demanding position, it takes more than just physical toughness and superior athletic skills to be successful.
Here at the University of Toledo, we feel that your stance and start – or takeoff – on every play is crucial to success at all positions. Probably the most important position that requires a good explosive start is receiver.
The explosion and rampant spread of the Double-Wing Offense – the Don Markham-flavored attack juggernaut – flourished all over California, then Oregon, Washington and soon across the rest of the nation.In a nutshell, here are five lessons learned over time about this offense, once called a passing fad!