Building an Elite System of Gameday Communication For Your Offensive Staffby James Vint
Most coaches put the headsets on and expect communication to happen naturally. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Poor communication practices results in offenses underachieving at all levels of football. This course will give you a systematic process for in-game communication with your offensive coaching staff that will help you score more points and win more games. Coach Vint will give you exactly what it takes to build your game day staff responsibilities. He gives you a specific process focusing on what to watch, what to say, how to say it, and when to say it. His communication process will involve your coaches and help them to be more invested. This information will help your coaches to be on the same page and communicate at an elite level! This course is a must have for coaches at all levels to learn how to use communciation to be more efficient and explosive on offense.
- Building Expectations For Your Staff
- Defining Staff Roles
- Communicating Between Plays
- Procedures Between Series
- Communicating Adjustments
- Charting and Recording Data
- System for Halftime
- System for Timeouts and Change of Possessions
- Practicing Communication Systems and Processes
This course also includes downloadable templates!
James Vint has 20 years of experience as an offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, and special teams coordinator at the high school and college levels. Currently he is the offensive coordinator at Estacado High School in Lubbock, Texas, where the Matadors have advanced to the regional round of the playoffs the last two seasons. In 2019 the Matadors racked up nearly 6,000 yards of offense, averaging nearly 9 yards a play. Vint's offenses are known for being innovative and on the cutting edge. He has an option background that evolved into RPO's. He first began using tempo and RPO's in 2002, and was one of the first offensive coordinators to implement the Pistol Offense back in 2003.
As a defensive coordinator Vint led one of the biggest defensive turnarounds in the state. He took over a defense that gave up over 40 points a game, and posted 6 shutouts in his first season. His defense gave up just 6.8 points a game and 90 yards per game rushing. They posted 98 tackles for loss and over 40 sacks. His multiple 3-3 stack defense is being used by programs all over the country.
Vint is known as one of the top football minds in the game today, and is a recognized as one of the top clinic speakers in the country. In 2019 he was named the Assistant Coac of the Year by the Texas Tech Chapter of the National Football Foundation.