Allen Mogridge - OL Every Day Drills - Run/Passby Lauren's First and Goal
Do you want to dominate the line?
Are pass rushers getting by with speed and agility? Maybe the blitz smashes through the wall too often and does it with ease? Poor reads and mis-steps resulting in loss of downs? Sack or a fumble?
Perhaps you want to improve your offensive line? Protect your quarterback and guide an effective run game?
The offensive line is a critical part of your team, let alone your offense. Without it there is no pass game because your quarterback is in trouble and your running back is met at the line.
There are many ways to improve and develop your offensive line.
Introducing Allen Mogridge.
Offensive Line Every Day Drills - Run & Pass
Coach Allen Mogridge talks about the EDD's ( Every day drills ) for his Offensive Line with regards to both the run and pass game. He displays how to embed trust onto his players. How to hold one another dependable and accountable. Coach Allen demonstrates the importance of balance, timing, control and how to create force with and without momentum. This course shows the fundamentals that will create your individual success within the unit, which leads to a successful unit.
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. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your offensive line today!
Coach Allen Mogridge was named offensive line coach/assistant Head Coach, joining Head Coach Jeff Scott's staff at the University of South Florida. Mogridge went to USF after serving the previous three seasons as assistant head coach/ offensive line coach at FIU, leading the offensive line that ranked among the top 10 in sacks for two years. “I am thrilled Allen will be leading our offensive line,” Scott said. “He brings nearly 20 years of college coaching experience and has done a tremendous job building offensive line units that protect the quarterback and lead the way for a strong running attack.” Mogridge was a part of three straight bowl appearances, including a Bahamas Bowl victory.