Coach Kevin Loney of Bowdoin University, goes in deph on the simple implementation & install for Inside Zone/RPO schemes.
Coach Matt Mumme talks ot us about how Nevada practices and implemts the Air RAID.
Coach Matt Drinkall discusses his history with RPO's from his time as the Head Coach at Kansas Wesleyan. Coach Drinkall discusses his philosophy on RPO's, including the implementation of an RPO offense along with the types of reads and throws the QB makes. He gives examples of RPO's using both five and six man run schemes. He concludes with his thoughts on adding RPO's to an offensive game plan and what their impact is on an offense. His clinic is followed by a recorded question and answer session.
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In this course, Coach Joe Davis discusses easy completion concepts for building confidence in young quarterbacks and developing their abilities. Coach Davis starts the clinic by discussing how he manages his Quarterback room. He talks about the mission statement of his position room and the process he puts the Quarterbacks through to develop them both on a game by game basis and overall. After his introductory slides, Coach Davis highlights several passing concepts that can be used to start drives and boost the confidence of a young Quarterback. He uses both pass drawings and film from a variety of different formations and looks to highlight his selected concepts.
Coach Mickey Fein talks about the Harvard Pass Attack and compliments that you must also have to take advantage of the defense.
Coach Stutzmann discusses the implementing the 5 senses and goes in depth about running various routes against different coverages.
In this course, Coach Bill Durkin discusses the Coastal Carolina Counter play and the many variations that they run. Coach Durkin begins the clinic by discussing the program values at Coastal Carolina along with basic OL fundamentals. He talks about the play versus a variety of fronts. He diagrams each look with a drawing and then follows up with many examples on film.