In this concise coaching course, the head football coach of Auburn University, Gus Malzahn, will break down the ins-and-outs of implementing a hurry up, no-huddle offense. This course will give you an in-depth view of the many advantages this offense can create and how it lets the offense feel in-control of the defense, rather than being the other way around. One of the pioneers of this innovate strategy, Malzahn is a former high school football coach that made the jump to the Division I ranks. The 2013 SEC coach of the year led a team that was winless in conference play all the way to a BCS National Championship appearance in 2014.
- Overview of why the hurry up, no-huddle offense makes sense for your offense.
- How to achieve an equal balance between run and pass while keeping the pace fast.
- Free example of what you can look forward to before purchasing the full copy.
Why should you book this course?
At every level, from Pop Warner all the way up to the NFL, football coaches are looking for ways to be innovative. In recent years, the spread offense, coupled with a hurry up, no-huddle style, has been widely adopted by football personnel with great success. This starter series is a terrific introduction to give you an idea of what to expect before purchasing the full course.
In Gus Malzahn's first year at Auburn he received national acclaim for overseeing one of the biggest turnarounds in college football history. Coach Malzahn inherited an Auburn Tigers football team that did not win a single SEC game in the 2012, then led them to an SEC Championship and an appearance in the 2014 BCS Championship Game.
- Broyles (2010)
- SEC Coach of the Year (2013)
- Home Depot Coach of the Year (2013)
- Sporting News Coach of the Year (2013)
- Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year (2013)
- AP College Football Coach of the year (2013)
- Paul "Bear" Bryant Award (2013)
- Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year (2013)