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Glen Elarbee- Why Inside Footwork with Tempo & Spreading the Field

by COOL Clinic
Glen Elarbee- Why Inside Footwork with Tempo & Spreading the Field

Description

How does Tennessee create such an explosive run game in their extreme receiver split, high tempo offense?

 

Offensive Line Coach Glen Elarbee shares the details in this presentation from the C.O.O.L. Clinic.

 

What comes clear in this clinic presentation from Glen Elarbee is the context within what they do and why this works for them.  Their clarity on those things is what allows them to run one of the top offenses in the country year-in and year-out regardless of what school they have been at. 

 

This entire talk shares the details of how they get it done using plenty of drill work and game film to illustrate. Coach Elarbee focuses on the four main types of footwork used in their run game: hammer, big bite, shuffle, and pulls.

 

If you are looking to run a Tennessee type of offense with extreme receiver splits, then Coach Elarbee provides exactly what you need to train your linemen in the run game in this course.

Lessons

The Coach

Glen Elarbee, University of Tennessee- Offensive line coach

Glen Elarbee arrived at Tennessee as one of the most established offensive line coaches in the nation. He returned to the Southeastern Conference after previous stops at LSU and Missouri and has worked alongside Josh Heupel for the last five seasons before UT.

Under Elarbee’s direction from 2018-to 20, UCF’s offensive line flourished and paved the way for a rushing attack that ranked in the top 25 nationally and top three in the American Athletic Conference all three seasons. He joined UCF as offensive line coach in December 2017 and was promoted to assistant head coach for offense in the summer of 2019, a role he served for two seasons.

Elarbee’s first year in Orlando in 2018 was highlighted by one of the best offensive lines in program history, as the Knights repeated their undefeated regular season, won a second straight AAC championship, and reached the Fiesta Bowl. UCF set the program rushing record with 3,448 yards on the ground behind a powerful line, which was the eighth-best ground attack in the country.

Ratings and Reviews (2)

Cookam12

Outstanding insights into the Heupel offense.

Jul 9, 23 02:46 PM

Eric Struck

One of the best I have watched from coachtube. Really opens the curtains in the “veer and shoot” run game. Great detail and tons of cut ups. Worth every penny.

Jan 1, 24 02:05 PM

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Course Info


Rating: (2)
Caterory: Football/Offensive Line
Bookings: 95
Duration:
Videos: 20