University of Findlay Offensive Coordinator Kyle Ohradzansky breaks down his approach to quarterback preparation on game weeks. Coach Ohradzansky introduces his course by explaining the characteristics you should expect out of your quarterback and the philosophy of QB preparation. He then provides a detailed explanation of the teaching progressions and tools to use as a coach for getting your quarterbacks ready for gameday as well as providing drill work, scouting report dissections, and a day by day routine for your QB’s leading up to your weekend game. Simply click “Book this course” to get started preparing your quarterbacks on game week the right way.
The game of football is played in context of time, field position, and down and distance, so it makes sense to have a situational focus when putting together a game plan. Kent State Offensive Coordinator Andrew Sowder takes you through each situation, highlighting what he has found in his own studies and then applying it to the game plan. He covers all situations and illustrates them with game film examples.
If you are looking for a more situational focus and structure for your offense, Coach Sowder has you covered in this course.
Coach Ciarrocca reveals essential tips on building an efficient run game, touching on the importance of ball security, execution, and violence in running the ball. He believes that everyone on the team must be committed to taking care of the ball and underscores the significance of coaching this aspect on the field. Coach Ciarrocca also discusses the crucial importance of technique and fundamentals, noting that outplaying opponents is the key to offensive success.
But he doesn’t stop there! Coach Ciarrocca also delves into the world of RPOs (Run-Pass Options) and how they can be utilized to limit the number of defenders in the box. He explains how run action passes can be tied to major run schemes, such as inside zone and outside zone, and shares his expertise on selecting the right run action passes.
By examining the game cut ups of runs and attacking dual responsibility players, you'll gain valuable knowledge on elevating your offense to new heights. Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to learn from one of the best in the game, Coach Kirk Ciarrocca!
Maine Offensive Coordinator Steve Cooper teaches the pass game organization of the Bears offense. He breaks down the different categories and situations on offense and dives into a range of topics including keys, reads, variations, RPO’s, progressions, and more.
Simply click “Book this course” now to start learning how to organize your own offense and gain some insight from Coach Cooper’s experience.
Part of the Black Friday/Cyber Monday OC School Bundle
In this course, Coach Mark Carney talks about the utilization of shifts and motions and how they benefit the team's offense. The coach breaks down and demonstrates a variety of motions and shifts using WRs, TEs, and RBs.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Learn how Coach Carney uses shifts and motions to help his offense!
Coach Bob Bodine, Interim Head Coach at Lenior-Ryne, shares his tricks on how to force the opposing defense to simplify their own game plan by using a no-huddle and a up-tempo offense.
Part of the Black Friday/Cyber Monday OC School Bundle
In this course, Dayton Offensive Coordniator and QB Coach Jim Collins, dives into how he plans the Flyers game and practice schedule.
The offensive personnel plays a crucial role in determining the success of a team's performance. The personnel selection process is essential in building a cohesive and productive offensive unit. It involves analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of individual players and matching them with specific roles on the team. Selecting the right personnel can make a significant difference in the team's ability to execute plays and score points.
The first step in selecting personnel is to identify the offensive scheme the team will run. The offensive scheme outlines the team's strategy and determines the types of players required to execute it effectively. For instance, if the team plans to run a pass-heavy offense, they would need receivers who are fast and have good hands. Alternatively, if the team plans to focus on running the ball, they would need running backs and offensive linemen who are strong and can create holes for the running back.
Once the offensive scheme has been determined, the next step is to assess individual players' skills and abilities to determine their suitability for specific positions. This includes evaluating players' speed, agility, strength, and other physical attributes required for their specific roles. It also involves assessing their mental and strategic abilities, such as their decision-making skills and their ability to read and react to the defense.
The importance of selecting the right personnel cannot be overstated. A poorly selected team may struggle to execute plays effectively, leading to missed opportunities and a lack of scoring. On the other hand, a well-selected team can take advantage of their strengths and exploit their opponents' weaknesses, leading to greater success on the field.
In addition to the tactical benefits, selecting the right personnel can also have a positive impact on team morale and cohesion. When players feel that they are being utilized to their fullest potential, they are more likely to be motivated and committed to the team's success. Conversely, when players are forced into positions that do not suit their strengths, they may become frustrated and disengaged, which can harm team morale.
In this course, Hal Mumme covers his process of selecting personnel. While he is known for creating the Air Raid offense, this process applies to any type of offense. Book this course and gain insight from one of the most masterful offensive coordinators in the history of the game
In this course, Coach Phil Longo talks about the process of coordinating an offense with a simple and efficient approach. He breaks down depth charts, practices, and playbooks as well as teaching route freedom.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Learn how Coach Longo coordinates a Tar Heel offense today!
Building a run game is much more than deciding what plays you like and putting them together in a playbook.
In this course, Bill Quiesert, offensive analyst at Kansas, takes you through each step of putting together a complimentary run game that allows you to build an identity with a framework that puts player learning at the forefront.
Coach Quiesert covers how to handle variables on defense including the +1 box as well as distorting the defense in order to open up running lanes.