Kirk Ciarrocca- Building a Run Gameby Lauren's First and Goal
Coach Ciarrocca reveals essential tips on building an efficient run game, touching on the importance of ball security, execution, and violence in running the ball. He believes that everyone on the team must be committed to taking care of the ball and underscores the significance of coaching this aspect on the field. Coach Ciarrocca also discusses the crucial importance of technique and fundamentals, noting that outplaying opponents is the key to offensive success.
But he doesn’t stop there! Coach Ciarrocca also delves into the world of RPOs (Run-Pass Options) and how they can be utilized to limit the number of defenders in the box. He explains how run action passes can be tied to major run schemes, such as inside zone and outside zone, and shares his expertise on selecting the right run action passes.
By examining the game cut ups of runs and attacking dual responsibility players, you'll gain valuable knowledge on elevating your offense to new heights. Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to learn from one of the best in the game, Coach Kirk Ciarrocca!
Kirk Ciarrocca Is back as Rutgers’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Ciarrocca, who has over 30 years of coaching experience (19 as an offensive coordinator), returned to Rutgers after serving on Schiano’s staff for three seasons and winning two bowl games from 2008-10. He has previously been selected as a semifinalist for the Broyles Award and coached 26 players in the NFL Draft (six in the first round).
2023-present: Rutgers (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks)
2022: Minnesota (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks)
2021: West Virginia (offensive analyst)
2020: Penn State (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks)
2017-19: Minnesota (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks)
2013-16: Western Michigan (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks)
2012: Delaware (running backs)
2011: Richmond (quarterbacks)
2009-10: Rutgers (co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks)
2008: Rutgers (wide receivers)
2002-07: Delaware (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks)
2000-01: Penn (wide receivers)
1996-99: Princeton (wide receivers)
1994-95: Western Connecticut State (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks/wide receivers)
1993: Delaware Valley (passing game coordinator/wide receivers)
1992: Western Connecticut State (passing game coordinator/wide receivers)
1990-91: Temple (graduate assistant)
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