Offensive Coordinator Master Class

by Keith Grabowski
Offensive Coordinator Master Class


Keith Grabowski shares his comprehensive approach to doing the job of an offensive coordinator which he developed over 27 years of coaching plus the thousands of interviews and clinics he has conducted.


This “master class” breaks down all aspects of coordinating an offense, from understanding the responsibilities to the finest details of scripting a practice. 


He breaks down the entire process of coordinating into a “6P” process - Planning, Personnel, Placement, Plays, Procedures, and Performance.  


All of this goes into developing the weekly game plans throughout the season which he covers by situation.


The course includes his downloadable file for easy practice scripting.


In this course, you get the Game Planning System templates for offense and defense for various team and organizational situations.  This gives you templates to use at every level of your program for offense and defense.  Whether you are two-platoon, up-tempo, or must split your time between offense and defense with two-way players, these templates have you covered.

Just pick the one that best fits your situation.  They are easily adjusted to create the run-pass balance you would like in your execution of reps in practice.  

You create your game plan and input it one time and your practice script and call sheets are generated for you.

Two-way player templates are appropriate for your junior high and youth programs as well.  

Create a more efficient and effective practice script. Getting the plays in the game plan and having the necessary reps for them to be effective on game day is no longer a painstaking task. Simply enter the game plan at the beginning of the week, and the script is created for every single group and team period during the week. The hours spent creating a script and making sure every play gets the necessary practice it needs is now automated.

It easily Adjusts to match your offense!

  • Call sheet, Practice Scripts & QB wristband are generated instantly as you game plan.

  • Plan for all situations you will face.

  • Reduce the stress on the play caller.

  • Give players confidence that they are prepared for all circumstances.

  • Improve workflow and free up time to watch the opponent film and teach players.

The Game Planning System uses a simple process for making decisions early in the week that allows you to get the practice repetitions that will ensure the proper execution on game day.


Even though you may have an expansive, flexible offense over the course of the season, thinking you have that wide menu of plays can lead to confusion for both the play caller and the players. The fact is that there are only a limited amount of practice repetitions available, and you will only call about 60 plays (more if you are an uptempo team) in the game.

Being able to exercise discipline in your process by limiting the number of plays that will appear on your call sheet on game day is the at the core of the Coaches Edge Game Planning System.

This is done on what is called the Game Plan Board.

The Game Plan Board gives a set number of plays that you can carry and feel confident in practicing over the course of the week. In general, the game plan board and scripts are set up to give you 50-50 balance between run and pass. If you desire to practice more running plays or more passing plays, see the "Adjusting" instructions included in each section. This allows you to create the balance you desire.

From the foundational knowledge of coordinating an offense to tools that will make you more efficient, this course has it all.


Section 1 - Understanding and Defining Your Role as Coordinator
1 Introduction - Your Role as Coordinator 0:23 2 Coordinator Does Not Mean Guru 0:25 3 Coordinate Means to Bring Together 0:42 4 Be Mindful of Reps 1:12 5 Do the Little Things Right 0:24 6 Work to Out Execute 0:50 7 Prepare for Every Situation 2:28 8 Be a Great Teacher 0:51 9 Be Adaptable 1:16 10 Be Tech Savvy 2:09 11 Self Reflection on Your Role as a Coordinator
Section 2: The Foundation for the Game Plan - Defining your offense and attack
12 More than one approach to offense planning 13 Foundation for the Game Plan - Introduction 0:27 14 Distort the Defense 1:42 15 Define Your Offense 0:59 16 The Role Procedures Play in Defining Your Offense 1:19 17 Based on Personnel and Procedures 2:48 18 Based on the Quarterback's Abilities 1:11 19 Don't Just Call Plays; Have a System 2:18 20 Players-Formations-Plays 1:39 21 Set Your Players Up for Success 2:42 22 Foundations Conclusion 0:28 23 Define your offense worksheet 24 Define Your Offense Worksheet
Section 3: Simple Teaching Allows You to Do More
25 Intro - Simplicity in Teaching 0:18 26 Terminology with Relatable Concepts 1:35 27 Don't Get Bored with Simplicity 1:53 28 Rely on Your Bread and Butter 1:47 29 Simplify Terminology for Learning 0:49 30 Simplify Terminology for Learning 0:49 31 Rep Your Plays More than the Defense Can 1:10 32 Simple Concepts with a Wrinkle or Two Over and Over 1:57 33 How simple are you? Take Inventory
Section 4: Total Staff Buy-In to the Game Plan
34 Ownership in the Offense and Game Plan 3:13 35 We Win and Lose as a Team 1:40 36 Rely on Each Other and Align Behind the HC and Program Vision 3:50 37 Ownership and Alignment Questions
Parameters for How Much to Carry
38 Introduction - How Much? 0:34 39 How Much Offense? 3:05 40 25 Plays 4:33 41 26 Plays 2:05 42 26 Plays + Carry Over to Situations 1:51
Section 5: The 6 P's
Introduction - 6P
43 6 P Funnel 0:43
6 Ps - Planning (Overall)
44 Evolution vs. Revolution 3:29 45 Inspiration from a Hall of Fame Coach 3:30 46 6 Components of Coordinating an Offense 0:30 47 6P Building Blocks 48 Post Season Evaluation 2:04 49 Next Season Planning 1:55 50 Skill & Technique Development Planning 5:21 51 Strategy Development Planning 4:41 52 Installation Planning 2:22
6 Ps - Personnel
53 Personnel 1:38 54 Offensive Line as a starting point 4:24 55 Personnel - Quarterbacks 1:54 56 Personnel - Receivers 0:52 57 Personnel - Running Backs 0:57
6 Ps - Placement
58 Placement 4:56
6 Ps - Plays Chosen on Player Ability
59 OL Scheme Matrix 6:45
6 Ps - Procedures
60 Procedures 3:34 61 Tempo Example - 3 Procedures used 2:14
6 Ps - Performance
62 Performance 1:00 63 QB Performance Evaluation 2:07 64 OL Performance Evaluation 1:09 65 RB Performance Evaluation 1:11 66 WR Performance Evaluation 1:31 67 TE Performance Evaluation 0:17 68 Continuous Improvement 2:05
Section 6- Weekly Game Planning
69 Process for Game Planning - Start Here 2:21 70 What is carried in the game plan? 1:58 71 Base Runs Planning 2:19 72 Run Checks/RPO Planning 0:39 73 Perimeter Run Game Planning 0:33 74 Quick/Play Action Planning 0:52 75 Dropback Pass Planning 1:12 76 3rd & XL (10 yards + to go) Planning 1:05 77 3rd & L (7-9 yards to go) Planning 0:29 78 3rd and Medium (4-6 yards to go) Planning 1:02 79 Pre Red Zone Planning (35-25) 1:05 80 High Red Zone Planning (24-18) 1:54 81 Outer Red Zone Planning (17-12) 0:56 82 Tight Red Zone Planning (11-6) 1:20 83 SYGL Planning 1:04 84 2 Point Planning 0:58 85 4 Minute/Coming Out Planning 1:16 86 2 Minute Planning 1:51 87 Why Use Openers? 1:59 88 The Mechanics of Using Openers 1:22 89 Planning Reactive Offense "Firsts" 1:08 90 When to call a Trick Play 1:36 91 Where to call a Trick Play 1:01 92 Game Day Play Calling Loop 0:29 93 Between Series Communications and Planning 1:46 94 Between Series Questions 2:04 95 Series mini-script 0:50 96 Weekly Game Planning Sheets 97 Printable Mini Series Script
Section 7 - The Coaches Edge Game Planning System
98 The Coaches Edge Game Planning System - Save Time and Be More Effective 99 The Game Planning Process 1:33 100 Three Key Factors to Game Planning and Practice Scripting 0:53 101 Template for Game Planning 4:35 102 FAQ on Base Run Game 0:56 103 Passing Game Calls 0:23 104 The Practice Script 2:45 105 The Grind - Hours of Work to Do It RIght 1:23 106 Overview of the Game Planning System 11:45 107 Introduction - Perspective on Procedures 0:24
Downloadable Game Planning System
108 Two Platoon GPS 109 Two Platoon Uptempo GPS 110 Two Way Player GPS

The Coach

After a 27 year career as a coach and educator, Keith Grabowski entered into coaching education full-time making an impact on the profession with his work as a writer, podcaster, and video producer.  

Grabowski’s work has made him one of the most prolific content producers in the football education market. He has become the trusted leader of an immense coach network and audience.

Grabowski hosts a daily podcast for coaches, The Coach and Coordinator Podcast.  He has served as a consultant for coaching technology companies, and a contractor for AFCA and American Football Monthly.

Grabowski holds a Bachelor’s in business administration and a Masters in Education from Baldwin Wallace University.



Ratings and Reviews (1)

Really good course. The course goes in-depth and gives tools for coaches to continue to grow and be more efficient.

Feb 10, 23 12:49 PM

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