The Bolt Offenseby Joe Osovet
Would you rather be an up-tempo offense, or a tough offense?
Why not both?
Follow along as Coach Joe Osovet of ASA College in Brooklyn, New York takes you inside one of the most explosive offenses in the country.
Coach Osovet explains his philosophy and explains his thoughts on:
- Building a foundation of toughness on offense
- Making your opponent defend multiple players after the snap with the RPO
- Forcing the defense to play side-to-side instead of downhill.
- Making conditioning a factor, for you and the opponent
- Having answers on game day
- Complete with diagrams and game film cut ups!
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Coach Osovet is entering his second season as the Avengers head football coach.
Osovet was previously a highly-successful coach at Nassau Community College, where he was named the 2014 USA Sports Writer JUCO Coach of the Year. Osovet, who is also the team’s offensive coordinator, directed an Avengers offense that averaged a whopping 75 points per game in the final two contests of 2016! The Avengers will look to continue that torrid pace, as they enter the 2017 campaign ranked 10th nationally in the JCGridiron.com preseason rankings.
The Babylon High School alum is a member of Newsday’s All-Long Island Football Team, was a former player at NCC, and was also on football scholarship at Northeastern University.
Following his football playing days, he went on to become an assistant coach/offensive coordinator at NCC before eventually taking over as the lead man, where they were perennial national powers. He also previously coached the wide receivers at LIU-Post.
Besides being the JUCO Coach of the Year in 2014, he was also bestowed the 2014 Northeast Football Conference Coach of the Year award.
Coach Osovet currently resides in Bethpage with his wife Sandra and their two children, son Austin and daughter Brooke Marie.