Budgets for football and other athletic programs seem to always be shrinking, making an upgrade to a multimedia LED scoreboard seem out of reach. Fortunately, ScoreVision offers a valuable service to help schools fundraise with digital advertising on their LED sports scoreboards.
When I coached at the College of William & Mary, our team played a good amount of two-deep zone. Here’s one cone drill used in coaching Cover 2 cornerbacks.
In the second segment (16:38) of AFCA’s Inside The Headset podcast, we are joined by Chris Croft (@CoachChrisCroft), Visiting Professor of Sport Management at University of Southern Mississippi and Pete Van Mullem (@VanMullem_Pete), Associate Professor of Sport Administration at Lewis-Clark State College. They recently conducted a study with AFCA Member Head Coaches about the career path to their current head coaching positions. Listen in to find out the findings of the study and their 6 Tips for Becoming a Collegiate Head Coach.
Holding onto the football during intense moments means the difference between gaining yards and turning the ball over. After all, ball possession may be the most important aspect of the game. These are just a few of the many drills that prepare football players to place a high degree of importance on ball security.
As linebackers, we work every day on the following fundamentals. If our players perform these fundamentals efficiently, we can compete on Saturday.
An offense that averaged 30-points per game last season, the “Gold-Rush Offense” utilizes the Power in the running game and several effective run-pass options that keep defense off-balance.
At UMHB, the offensive philosophy boils down to running the ball down the other team’s throat. Here are two plays that define this rushing attack.
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.
These traits are critical to landing and keeping a spot on any college football staff. Here the pillars of my coaching philosophy as a graduate assistant.
At the University of Wisconsin-Stout, we base from the 4-2-5 defense. Here is our run-game progression for defensive linemen and several competition drills.