SPREAD N SHRED No Huddle, Fast Tempo Offense: Zone Option Run Game and RPOby Jeff Steinberg
The Spread Run Game: This course details how to implement an easy-to-execute and effective run game out of the shotgun spread offense. The course presents a philosophical review of the spread offense and a discussion of why teams need to get the ball into their playmakers' hands. In addition, the course features a series of game-tested drills that can be utilized to enhance a team’s execution of the shotgun run game.
The RPO Game explains how coaches can add a productive wrinkle to their team’s offense with RPOs. The video discusses why RPOs are useful. In addition, the video not only reviews different types of RPOs, it also explains how coaches can determine what kind of RPO is best for his team. In that regard, the video explores simple ways to use RPOs in your run game. Finally, the video addresses using RPOs in a team’s play-action passing attack, which many coaches believe is the next evolution of this innovative offensive concept.
Among the topics covered:
• Zone Run
• Gap Run
• Different types of RPO’s
• Why are RPO’s useful?
• Box control
• Pre-snap RPO
• Post snap RPO
• RPO’s as action-passes
• Film cut-ups
Coach Steinberg has won over 160 games and has TWO Southern Section Championship, a section that has over 600 teams. In 2018 he accepted the head coaching job in his hometown at Beaumont High School.
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 was from 2009-2014 and only the 3rd Head Coach in the history of the school. 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. In 2011 Jeff Steinberg went over the century mark for career wins as a head coach in the state of California (110-62 career record).
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. Jeff implemented his spread no huddle offense at A.B. Miller High School which saw the Rebels average over 400 yards of offense per game & 36 points per game during the 2007 season. Quarterback A.J. Springer broke every passing record at the school & led the county in several categories namely total yards per game (330) and passing percentage (70%). He was among the top 5 in the state for total yards offense. 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.
He had the opportunity to coach Parade All American Anthony Celestine who broke the state record for receiving in 2003 (2053 Yards), State Passing Leader, Quarterback Karsten Sween in 2004 (4,345 yards passing/ 46 TD passes/ 7 INT’s) and Southern Section Receiving Leader Hayo Carpenter in 2005 (111 Receptions, 1780 Yards). 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).
At each of his schools, Coach Steinberg implemented a hurry-up no huddle spread offense that saw tremendous results. 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.