West Virginia defensive line coach AJ Jackson teaches the Mountaineers fuundamentals and drills to create better defensive linemen.
Buy-in to special teams has a big impact on the team and that is something Head Coach Michael Toerper know is true. It’s the reason why he also serves as the special teams coach.
In this presentation Coach Toerper shares his approach to special teams from the philosophy all the way through to the specific techniques that are drilled to make the third phase of the game the difference on game day.
Coach shares his personnel breakdown as well as their weakling schedule including their mock game for final prep.
Jason Beck presents his method for developing and getting the most out of his position, a type of quarterback he has nicknamed the "ThorterBack."
Rocky Long is tasked with taking over the defensive system run by Tony White, a former player, and assistant of Coach Long. He shares how they will build on the basics of what they have done with the 3-3 previously plus putting his own unique twist on it.
Coach Long begins by telling a short story about how he learned the 3-3 defense from the late Joe Lee Dunn who is credited with creating the defense.
Coach Long shares why they went to this defense and the philosophy behind how they run it at Syracuse. He then covers the fronts they like to use then teaches their green coverage and variations on diagrams and game film.
Texas OC/OL Coach Kyle Flood teaches the details of the Longhorn one and two back counter play.
University of Buffalo Head Coach Maurice Linguist shares the details behind the leadership plan that builds the culture for the Bulls.
Stan Datosky has utilized both skate and pedal techniques in his teaching of off-man coverage. In this course, he shares the pros and cons for each and helps you settle on a technique that is best for your players.
Coach Datosky put great detail into this course and presents it in a way that makes the information applicable to both the high school and college levels.
The Unbalanced Overload Package is difficult to defend because not mny tems do it!
In a generation of spread offenses, Coach Marsh takes a throwback approach to attacking defenses with a newer spread philosophy. He adapts to the personnel he has and utilizing the unbalanced formations and uses tempo to impact the defense.
This is something any offense can add to give the defense stressors, take away from their practice time, and get them to have to fit the run with personnel not usually fitting vs. traditional formations that everyone else uses.
One way to equate numbers in the run game is to add a hat, and making the quarterback the ball carrier accomplishes that.
An innovative offensive coordinator, David Marsh utilizes a number of different runs ctegorized by the different ways they utilize the quarterback within numerous run actions, schemes, reads, and RPO.
If you are looking to put more of the running back under your quarterback's responsibilities, then this course gives you all you need.
Dino Babers shares his philosophies that govern his program and then goes into details of often overlooked situations and the strategies and techniques that he and his staff teach to win in those situations.
From Beliefs, Core Values and Philosophy to specific drills, Syracuse Special TEams Coordinator Bob Ligashesky gives you all the details of creating a kick off unit that pins the opponent deep to creating the starting field position your defense needs.