The Analytics of Two-Point Conversions (You might be surprised!)

by Football Coaches Summit
The Analytics of Two-Point Conversions (You might be surprised!)


Part of the Black Friday/Cyber Monday OC School Bundle

This course presented by Championship Analytics offers an in-depth look at the analytics behind two point converstions: 

1. Going for 2 Scenarios (Including game film to match)

  • Going for 2 down 2
  • Going for 2 Up by 9
  • Going for 2, up by 19
  • And Several other scenarios

2. Insight into Championship Analytics

  • How they gather their data
  • What in-game coaching decisions does Championship Analytics support

3. In-depth look into the decision making of coaches during games


The Coach


Football Coaches Summit

Moving the Chains! We Maybe Staying Home but we can Help each Other Develop. Coaches Helping Coaches


Rob Ash is Championship Analytic's  Director of Coaching Development. Coach Ash is responsible for creating CAI’s football strategy curriculum and for working directly with CAI client head coaches to improve our clients’ in-game football strategy performance. Prior to joining Championship Analytics, Coach Ash was a college football head coach for 36 years. During his coaching career, Coach Ash’s overall record was 247-137-5. Coach Ash has been head coach at Juniata College in Huntington, PA (51-36-3 record from 1980-1988), Drake University in Des Moines, IA (125-63-2 record from 1989-2006) and Montana State University, in Bozeman, MT (70-38 record from 2007-2015). During the 2016 football season, Coach Ash served as the offensive analyst for Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema. 

Ratings and Reviews (5)



Nov 24, 20 05:41 PM

Aaron Szabo

Great information that helped me make our schemes better.

Apr 15, 21 06:33 AM

Ryan Culloty

Really a great course--lots of video and game examples to back-up the main discussion point.

Apr 19, 21 06:37 AM

Nick Bandstra

Informative information on when to go for it.

Jan 9, 22 05:22 AM

Tom T

Some excellent points on when to go for the two-point conversion vice kicking the PAT. My biggest takeaways are: 1. when you score late in the 4th quarter and down points, always give yourself a chance to get back on schedule. If you miss the first conversion you still have time to make up for it on another score. 2. Always go for two when your touchdown and PAT puts your team up 6 or 13 points. Don't give the opponent an opportunity to rally and win by one point.

Dec 4, 22 01:05 AM

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Course Info

Rating: (5)
Caterory: Football/Analytics
Bookings: 518
Videos: 25