Black OPS: Game Planning in the RED ZONEby Doug Socha
Game Planning in the RED ZONE can be one of the MOST IMPORTANT phases in your Offensive play calling menu.
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Black OPS will give you a complete guide to follow as you look to score more points!
Ask Yourself these Questions?
- What's your philosophy in the RED ZONE?
- Does your gameplan change from week to week?
- How do you beat man coverage? 7 Across? Bracket?
- What is your EQUALIZER?
What to EXPECT:
- Weekly RED ZONE breakdowns leading up to release.
- Breakdown the RED ZONE into "Field Areas"
- 4 Steps to Follow each week in preparation
- Practice Planning
- RED ZONE Call Sheet
- Game Film Review
4 Key Steps to Follow in Game Planning
His 2019 Team went UNDEFEATED in the regular season and made the NAIA National Playoffs. The 2019 Offense Scored TD's in the Red Zone 76% of the time.
Socha brings 20+ years of coaching experience to Keiser with stints at the high school, college, and NFL levels. In total, Socha has won six Coach of the Year awards, five District Titles, two Individual Championships, and one State Championship.
Prior to Keiser, Socha spent a season with the Buffalo Bills of the NFL as an Offensive Assistant and Quality Control coach. Before the NFL, Socha was the Head Coach of Oxbridge Academy for four seasons. As the first head coach, Socha built the program from the ground up in 2012 and accumulated a 28-6 record with two Independent Championships and a District Title. He also spent eight seasons at American Heritage, five as the Offensive Coordinator and three as the Head Coach.
Socha got into the college ranks in 2000 as a Defensive Graduate Assistant/Inside Linebackers Coach for the University of Buffalo before becoming a Recruiting Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach for five seasons.