Kyle Flood, University of Texas - Inside Zone Play with Variations and RPOby COOL Clinic
Coach Kyle Flood of the University of Texas, offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, breaks down how you can perfect your teams inside zone play. In this educational course, he uses game and practice footage to show you how to coach inside zone combinations as well as the man reach technique. Coach Flood also shows defenders in different shades and positions, explaining to you how to block them.
Kyle flood was named the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at The University of Texas on January 22, 2021. He comes from the Alabama coaching staff, commanding the offensive line. Flood took over Alabama’s offensive front after two years on the Atlanta Falcons’ coaching staff. Prior to that, he guided the Rutgers football program for four seasons from 2012-15 and spent 11 seasons on staff in Piscataway. Flood became the first head coach in school history to lead the program to three bowl appearances in his first three seasons at the helm and finished with a 27-24 overall record. Before becoming the head coach at Rutgers, he spent seven years (2005-11) on head coach Greg Schiano’s staff. He oversaw the offensive line all seven years while adding run game coordinator to his duties in 2007, assistant head coach in 2008 and co-offensive coordinator in 2010