One of the objectives of an up-tempo offense is to force the defense to play vanilla because the speed with which the offense reaches the LOS does not allow the defense to sub, check or make calls. Surprisingly, up-tempo can still utilize huddles. Here’s how.
Whether you’re coaching a power back who muscles the ball across the goal line or an ankle-breaking open-field specialist making defenders miss, you’ll improve their game with this great new book by Tim Horton, running backs coach at Auburn University.
Football is one of the most physical sports in all of athletics. The complete running back must have the strength to take the physical contact that happens every play. Strength helps a running back prevent injury and play physically. Here are five tips for improving that strength.