What play do you call after the other team turns the ball over to you?
Are your practices boring and monotonous? Is it time to spice things up and make it fun for the kids?
Let Coach McManus share with you some of his favorite Trick plays.
Coach McManus was the offensive coordinator for the US Army All American Bowl, which features the top seniors in the country playing against each other.
This video is a voiceover by Coach McManus explaining his thought process on an opening drive. You will see how they get the signal from the sideline and how they huddle. Coach explains the "WHY" behind each call and diagrams the key players assignments, including some missed blocks!
HOW DO YOU PLAY FAST?
BY TEACHING YOUR KIDS TO PLAY FAST IN PRACTICE!
INCLUDES 17-SLIDES WITH EVERY DRILL EXPLAINED FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD
4-Time State Champion and past college coach Jason McManus shows how he teaches his receivers to play fast all the time, expecially during practice.
All high school coaches are challenged for time and Coach McManus starts off talking about which drill is done each day during Individual Periods
Using practice film, Coach McManus shows where every body part is supposed to be during STANCE and RELEASES. He goes into great detail about footwork.
The STEM-RELEASE drill shows step by step, using practice video being freeze framed, what the FIRST THREE STEPS are for every route in the MACATTACK system
BALL CATCHING drills include: Low Ball, Hi Ball, Sideways Catch, and Toe Tap.
Wide Receivers have a stereotype for not BLOCKING. THIS CANNOT HAPPEN if you are going to successfully run perimeter screens (quicks, nows, bubbles). Coach McManus' receivers are INCREDIBLE BLOCKERS and you will understand why after seeing how he teaches blocking.
Coach wraps it up with precise FOOTWORK on 90 and 45-degree cuts.
All great offenses starts with the offensive line.
Coach Jason McManus MACATTACK offense scored 711 points and amassed 6,702 yards (3,639 rush, 3,063 pass) in ONE season. It has a 3-year average of 43.9 points per game playing in South Carolina's highest classification.
These numbers are the result of great offensive line play.
Coach McManus doesn’t waste your time on the whiteboard. Any coach can diagram plays.
But can they teach it?
Using on-the-field player demonstrations, each drill is explained and covered in a way that is both easy to understand and apply. The entire video is Coach McManus running drills on the practice field.
Hear the buzzwords. Watch the corrections. Learn all the little tips and tricks to make your O-Line Dominating and Destructive.
- Gain proven techniques and insights
- Learn essential drills and techniques for run and pass
- Get precise techniques fine tuning and creating productive offensive linemen.
Whether you're coaching youth players or even a collegiate team, you'll find something in this video to help your run and pass blocking.
DRILLS HAVE TO COME FROM YOUR PLAYBOOK
Every good coach draws up a drill backwards.....
.....start with asking what does Johnny need to do on Friday Night?
Then design or find drills that teach those specific skills.
Coach McManus saves you sooo much time finding those drills.
These drills are SPECIFIC to Inside Zone, Outside Zone, Counter, and FB routes out of the backfield.
At the end of the video his BAG WORK is SPECIFIC to what a Running Back has to on Friday night.
And the last segment of this video (WHICH IS FREE) shows McManus coaching up his entire backfield at a practice.
Coach McManus and the MACATTACK offense won't waste your time with Powerpoints.
He takes you straight to Practice and Game Video.
Tired of seeing drills off a Powerpoint? Isn't it hard to visualize the steps and arm movements?
How does the drill translate to the actual game?
INCLUDES TWO DOWNLOADABLE TRAINING DOCS !!!
Coach Jason McManus has the answer for you!
This entire 48 minute film is nothing but practice and game video of QBs at 4-time state champ South Point high school in South Carolina.
No theoretical whiteboard stuff. McManus takes you straight to the field so you can see him teaching and correcting his QBs in practice!
These QBs led the offense to over 700 points and ,6,700 yards in one season!
--> Proper Stance out of shotgun and the MacAttack NOOSE drill to teach how to handle bad snaps.
--> Mass teaching drill so every QB learns how to call cadence and tempos at the LOS
--> Proper Footwork out of the Gun on Fast Screen, Bubble, RPO. Very simple QB footwork for TUNNEL SCREEN up the middle
--> Quik Game Rocker step followed by the 3-step & Hitch drop in the deep passing game. MacAttack "Drops on a Line" drill.
--> Avoid Pressure drills: Point & Slide Technique out of 3-step drop to avoid pressure; Handling edge pressure.
--> Sprint Out Pocket Movement: Using cones to teach QB how to avoid the rush. Includes adjust Boot legs versus different Ends pass rush
Coach McManus takes you through the QB reads for: Stick/Bubble; Hitch into the Bounday; Slant/Corner with FB Scat route out of backfield; 4 Verts
27-slide QB Training Lessons that McManus uses in the classroom to train his QBs
22-slide Drawing of 21 drills to train the QB in the Spread Offense.
OVER AN HOUR LONG !!!!
Coach McManus doing group and team drills in his high school practice.
Fall Practice Schedules are downloadable Excel files that you can EDIT after you download !!!
73 slide Powerpoint of Drills for:
12 slide powerpoint of pictures of Running Backs with good ball security. GREAT TO SHOW YOUR PLAYERS
ALL THE PRACTICE SCHEDULES, THAT YOU DOWNLOAD IN EXCEL are worth the price of this course.
But Wait till you hear what they do on WEDNESDAYS....."No Sweat Wednesday"
--> Study Hall and Leadership (Urban Mayer and Brian Knight)
--> Wisdom Before Weights
--> Brothers & Biceps
--> Thursday Care Program
Bet you never thought that a No Huddle guy, talking about practice would give you these GOLD NUGGETS on team building, leadership, and character.
Coach McManus goes in greast detail about how he designes practices and scripts.
WIth theses templates, it allows you to stay organized and detailed when planning practice.
Find out how 4-time South Carolina STATE CHAMPION built their program on "BCD"