Andy Sowder - Situational Offenseby Lauren's First and Goal
The game of football is played in context of time, field position, and down and distance, so it makes sense to have a situational focus when putting together a game plan. Kent State Offensive Coordinator Andrew Sowder takes you through each situation, highlighting what he has found in his own studies and then applying it to the game plan. He covers all situations and illustrates them with game film examples.
If you are looking for a more situational focus and structure for your offense, Coach Sowder has you covered in this course.
Andrew Sowder joined the Kent State staff in 2018 as offensive coordinator and coaches quarterbacks and tight ends.
Over his time he's helped the flashes to the top of offensive categories in the MAC. The 2019 offense was busy re-writing the Kent State record books. In The Golden Flashes' offense averaged 405.6 yards per game, which ranks third in program history. The 905 plays ran also rank third all-time. The 2,849 passing yards rank second in Kent State history and the 42 total touchdowns ranks fifth.
Prior to KSU, Sowder served as an assistant at San Jose State, Texas, Bowling Green and Eastern Illinois.