Find your why in life. "If the only thing we do is build better football players, we're failing our young men miserably" - Kurt Hines
Are you winning the special teams battle? Every coach knows that football is a game of THREE phases and not just offense and defense.
Field position is highly dependent on special teams, so struggling in this area of the game can be the difference between winning and losing.
Don't let that hold you back anymore! Coach Matt Rickards takes you through the entire package from philosophy, to personnel, to the scheme, to drills, etc.and sharpening up on your execution to take your team's performance on the special teams to the next level.
Coach Sheldon breakS down how he implements a numbering system to easily and effectively call triple option plays. This is the old school, Gerogia Tech style you know and love, option offense at the high school level.
What gets a crowd more pumped up than a bone crushing sack on the quarterback or a key 4th down, short yardage, defensive line stand? Not much. Want to be that guy who gets that sack or makes that key 4th down stop? If so, then mastering Coach Tuiaki’s four points of defensive line technique is the first step in setting yourself apart from other defensive lineman.
2. Sensitivity to Movement
3. Correct Structure
4. Speed and Power
In this video, Coach Tuiaki will walk you through his teaching points and breakdown BYU in game footage.
A significant part of a quarterback's development and production is the offensive line. If you can't protect, there is no offense, and if you happen to be struggling with that, you've come to the right place.
Benedictine College's Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach, Fran Johnson, is here to take us through his collegiate principles of pass protection against both the 4-3 and 3-4 defenses- both in pure Xs and Os and on tape- to help elevate your O-Line.
What works, what doesn't? What should the tackles and guards do? What about the center? Do the backs have any responsibilities?
It's all in this course, so this is your chance to grasp it and give yourself an edge over the opposition!
Defense wins championships. We've all heard that mantra. But, if you can't operate out of the 4-3 formation, it doesn't really mean much.
Like most things in life, having success with something starts at its roots, which is what Coach Casey Sutera wants to share here. Being a former Division I defensive end, he's picked up on a few things, including his motto behind his 4-3 philosophy, "Effort, Attitude, Toughness."
In this course, he takes you through the root of the 4-3 base alignment and WHY it's so useful!
For the love of the game
Less than 2% of student athletes who play high school football graduate to play D1. If you love the game, if you aren't ready to put away the shoulder pads, if you have a passion for competition, there is a spot for you at the next level. In this video Coach Johnson explores the NAIA option for student atheltes.
It's about the Jimmy's and the Joe's not the X's and the O's
Coach Kurt Hines establishes how to effecitvely create and maintain a winning culture. One with leadership, accountability and a standard of excellence.
A Traditional Tight End / Fullback Offense
The bread and butter of the Benedict College Offense is a dominating and consistent power and counter run game.
Even at the college level, coaches must make it simple for the players. Coach Johnson made the Tight End and Fullbacks jobs the same. They only have two rules.
The power and counter run game is designed to create running lanes with lead blockers at the point of attack that work to the second level of the defense.
In this video learn the responsibilities and techniques of each player, to effectively run these two schemes against any defensive front out of power (21 and 22) offensive personnel groupings.
Watch game film with Coach Johnson to see how these schemes translate on to the field and result in W’s.
Are YOU having a problem stopping the run out of the 4-3 formation and looking for a way to improve? Why not learn from a former Division 1 defensive end himself?
In this course, Coach Casey Sutera takes you through the steps on how to reverse your fortunes, and it starts with excelling at quarters coverage because it makes everything that much easier.
This includes giving your players ownership on the defense, letting the front seven be aggressive, and how to disguise looks and adjust to motions.
Coach Sheldon takes you through his journey of rebuilding at a school with a 1-person booster club, losing record, and no youth program.
Every head coach in history of the school had an 0-10 season.
Youth Program now has 6 teams in 3rd/4th Grade; 6 teams in 5th/6th Grade; two 7th Grade teams, and two 8th Grade Teams
His booster club now is broken up into 12 jobs. These are not titles like "Vice President" that mean nothing. Every job is delegated.
Here about Coach Sheldon internal study of CONCUSSIONS in his program and what he did about it.
Fundraising, Buy Equipment, Youth Coaches Clinic, Parent Meetings
How Did He Recruit & Train Coaches
What Did He Do To Improve the Worst Facilities in North Dakota
We all know that it's nearly impossible to win at a high level WITHOUT a productive quarterback, so if you are struggling in the process of finding and developing a passer to lead your offense, it's time for a change. And you're in the right place!
It's not every day that you get to learn from a coach of pedigree and experience like Utah State's very own offensive coordinator Mike Sanford Jr., so if the opportunity presents itself, why not grasp it?
Sanford Jr. followed in his father, Mike Sanford's footsteps in becoming a former college-player-turned-college-coach.
In these videos, he takes you through drills, footwork, body movements, which pro passers to pay attention to, etc. because he wants to give your QB all the essential fundamentals for a strong foundation to build off!
Is YOUR defensive line not playing as well as you'd like them? There's always room for improvement, so why not learn from a former Division I player himself?
Coach Casey Sutera was a former defensive end for the University of Utah, and in this lesson, he wants to assist your unit in executing the 4-3 alignment accurately and effectively.
He will take you through various topics ranging from stances to the get off from the line, the pressure & help hand, shed progression, slant progression, the long arm post technique, counter pass rush moves, and twist games.
42-year Coaching Veteran Russ Martin breaks down an all-encompassing perspective of his general philosophy on how to run a successful college football program from the off season to the post season.