Former Susan Miller Dorsey High School head coach Paul Knox shows his athletes that overcoming adversity in football translates well to winning at life.
Sometimes the difference maker is not a new offensive wrinkle or 3-3-5 blitz; sometimes it lies in the hearts of those you coach and the concept of family.
Trimble’s success goes well beyond the football field. He focuses on building character and leadership among his players and coaches with multiple leadership programs.
Learn about motivation techniques that have proven successful for athletes and teams, and how you can adapt and apply them in both training and competition.
Everyone who has ever played or coached football knows that the lessons learned from the game are why there are so many successful journeys for players when their playing days end.
Even though we all like to X&O, I find the biggest challenge is building men into a team where they truly care for each other.
Coaching with character means it’s not about what you do when the boss is looking; it’s about what you do when he’s not looking.
With lessons learned from legendary coaching mentors and guided by a perspective forged through life-altering personal tragedy, Bob Burt has served the game as a top high school and college coach for more than 50 years.
College football’s top community service honor awards student-athletes for their outstanding community service achievements and commitment to giving back.
Before Stanford University head coach David Shaw first started coaching at Western Washington, he received some terrific advice from his father that he holds dear to this day.
Here’s our salute to the hard-working, never-say-die high school football player. Only you know what it takes to be the best you can be. And only you can deliver it.
Ott Hurrle is head coach of Scecina Memorial (Ind.) High School and winner of the American Football Coaches Foundation (AFCF) 2014 Power Of Influence Award. Here, Coach Hurrle answers a question about the importance of doing things the right way as a coach.