FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS Program Organization: The Entire Head Coaches Manualby Jeff Steinberg
ENTIRE THREE SECTION Manual.
Includes THREE downloadable presentations.
If you bought one of the 3 sections, use the coupon code that was in those courses to get this manual for only $10.
This 190-page manual is not a bunch of philosophy. Every page shows you exactly how Steinberg & Stewart implements programs and deals with problems in a high school program.
See examples of both Coach Steinberg and Coach Rick Stewart's PHILOSOPHY, MISSION, VISION, and VALUES in their programs. Also see their ANNUAL and MONTH-BY-MONTH CALENDARS of what they do in their programs.
Steinberg extensively covers how he includes PARENTS in his program and Stewart shares how he handles COMMUNITY, ALUMNI, BAND, CHEER, YOUTH, and SOCIAL MEDIA.
See Coach Steinberg's PERFORMANCE PYRAMID and how he motivates today's athlete. Both Steinberg and Stewart divide their teams into smaller ACCOUNTABILITY groups and use weekly THEMES. Over 20 ideas for motivation along with Stewart's TEAM BONDING trips.
Steinberg explains how his players set Season and Weely GOALS. Both coaches include their EXPECTATION, TEAM RULES, and Steinberg's "COUGAR WAY". Both coaches share their End-of-the-Season EVALUATION sheets that they use when they do exit interviews.
See how both coaches teach CHARACTER and LEADERSHIP during the spring. They also outline how they work on players GRADES all year long, not just during the season. Stewart only lost one player to grades during his 5-year stretch at Porterville, a program with over 150 players. ADOPT-A-TEACHER and TEACHER-OF-THE-WEEK programs.
Steinberg has sent many, many players off to colleges, including a Quarterback to Alabama. There 15 pages dedicated to how Steinberg prepares his athletes for the next level.
The COACHES SECTION starts off defining what Steinberg does as HEAD COACH. It shows month-by-month all the things that Steinberg accomplishes. He then describes in great detail all the jobs that his ASSISTANT COACHES will do in the off-season and during the season. This is broken up by Varsity, JV, Freshman, and Volunteer support staff.
He also breaks down every coaches assignments each day at PRACTICE and SCOUTING the opponent. See Steinberg's forms that he uses to EVALUATE his coaches at end of the season.
Six pages are dedicated to explaining why Steinberg is know for running very fast, high-intensity practices. You also get his DRILL TEACHING PROGRESSION for every postion.
Twenty-one pages show what Steinberg does in and out of the WEIGHT ROOM. All of his workouts for the entire year are detailed, along with speed and agility training. You also get the NUTRITION handout that he hands his players.
Coach Jeff Steinberg has won over 160 games and has TWO Southern Section Championship, a section that has over 600 teams. Jeff has been able to revitalize 5 different programs to lead them to 14 playoff appearances. Additionally Coach Steinberg’s teams have earned 8 league titles, 3 quarterfinal appearances (01, 07, 08), two semifinal appearances (04, 15), a California Interscholastic Federation Final in 2003 and California Interscholastic Federation Championship in 2005 and 2017.
Coach Rick Stewart has took 0-24 McFarland to the playoffs twice (only the 3rd and 4th time in 75-year school history), then led 0-27 Corcoran to an undefeated league championship. McFarland had 600 students and Corcoran had 800. Stewart was then hired at 1800 student Porterville High School, who had only won 8 games in 5 years and never won a playoff game in 110 years. Stewart won 40 games in 5 seasons, won 7 playoff games, and played for the CIF championship twice. This past season, Stewart led a Pennslyvania team to a 9-1 record. It was only the third 9-win season Upper Dauphin in the past 36 years. Stewart has experienced this success despite never coaching a scholarship athlete!
In 2018 Jeff Steinberg accepted the head coaching job in his hometown at Beaumont High School and took them to the 2nd round of the CIF playoffs in his first year. Prior to that, Steinberg compiled a 33-8 record in three seasons at Rancho Verde, and the program increased its win total each year. The Mustangs went undefeated in the Inland Valley League title in each of Steinberg’s three seasons at the helm and reached the CIF-SS semifinals in 2015 and 2016 and won the Division 3 title this past season.
He joined RVHS after a stint at Corona Santiago, where he spent six seasons battling nationally ranked Corona Centennial, Norco in one of the toughest divisions in all of California. Steinberg compiled a 34-32 record with the Sharks and made the playoffs in 5 of his 6 seasons in Corona. During Coach Steinberg’s 6 seasons at Santiago High School he was able to assist over 20 athletes in gaining athletic scholarships in both NCAA & NAIA schools across the country.
Arriving at A.B. Miller High School in 2006, a similar program of excellence on and off the field was implemented. In two years he led the Rebels to their first Citrus Belt League Championship. During the 2008 season, with a 1st year Varsity QB the Rebels had the most wins in the history of the school going 11-1
Prior to his arrival at A.B. Miller, Jeff began his career at Ridgecrest Burroughs for eight years. During his tenure at Burroughs, Coach Steinberg turned around a struggling program and led them to 6 straight playoff appearances, 4 league titles, a CIF Final in 2003 and a CIF Championship in 2005. In the process, he became the winningest football coach in the school’s history.
Jeff was honored as the Desert Sky League Coach of the Year in 2003 & 2005. He was CIF Southern Section Coach of the Year in 2005. Additionally, he was the Sierra Sands Unified School District Employee of the Year at Burroughs for the 2003/04 school year. During 2005 Coach Steinberg was honored by the Ridgecrest Chamber of Commerce as Volunteer of the Year primarily for his efforts in establishing a peer mentor program called the Burro Buddies (as featured in the L.A. Times on April 10/05).