Volume 4: Be a Complete Running Back

by Tim Albin
Volume 4: Be a Complete Running Back


Running Back performance is one of the most important roles in the game of football. Coach Albin is a two time National Coach of the Year Award winner and breaks down every aspect of the Running Back position. In this four volume series, Coach Albin will share 31 years of coaching experience on the mindset, and a specific set of tools to help every Running Back from the grade school to collegiate level. From Spread Pistol, I Formation or Wing-T, this series will improve your production as a blocker, ball carrier and pass protector.

In Volume 4, Coach Albin discusses a simple set of drills that help in making a Running Back the QB's "best friend". Throughout, Coach Albin teaches how one can become a solid pass protector, regardless of height and weight through the use of these techniques.


Inside Pass Pro Pickup
1 Inside Pass Pro Pickup 33:54
Outside Edge Blitz Pickup
2 Outside Edge Blitz Pickup 13:36
RB / TE Chip Block
3 RB / TE Chip Block 12:01
How to Utilize Cut Block Tech in Pass Pro
4 How to Utilize Cut Block Tech in Pass Pro 24:51
Route Running
5 Route Running 9:55

The Coach


Tim Albin

Head Coach @ Ohio University


Tim Albin enters his fourth season as head coach of Ohio football after being promoted to head coach on July 15, 2021. Albin joined the Ohio Football coaching staff as offensive coordinator on Jan. 4, 2005, reuniting with Frank Solich after four seasons together at Nebraska. The 2024 season will mark Albin’s 20th year in Athens.

With the Bobcats’ 41-21 victory over Georgia Southern in the 2023 Myrtle Beach Bowl, Albin led Ohio to their second consecutive 10-win season, which is a program first. This bowl win also marked the Bobcats’ fifth bowl win in a row, tying the conference record for consecutive bowl wins. 
The 2023 squad finished the regular season with a 9-3 record, marking the first time Ohio football finished consecutive regular seasons with nine wins. Notably, Ohio defeated Iowa State 10-7 at home (Sept. 16) to mark its first Power Five win since 2017 during a five-game winning streak. Later in the season, their 34-20 victory over Central Michigan marked the first time since 2011 the Bobcats defeated the Chippewas and the first time they won this matchup at home since 2000. 

The 2022 football team finished the season as MAC East (7-1) and Arizona Bowl Champions with a 10-4 record, marking its first 10-win season since 2011 and the second-best turnaround in FBS football last year. The Bobcats were also undefeated at home, posting a 6-0 record on Frank Solich Field at Peden Stadium, and wrapped up the regular season with a seven-game winning streak. 

This performance earned Albin MAC Coach of the Year honors, quarterback Kurtis Rourke MAC Offensive Player of the Year honors as well as the Vern Smith Leadership Award and running back Sieh Bangura MAC Freshman of the Year accolades.

Since his arrival in Athens, Albin has produced offensive units that have consistently ranked among the top of the Mid-American Conference. He also has directed an offensive attack that has practically rewritten all of Ohio’s rushing, passing records, and scoring records.

In the past 10 seasons, Albin’s offensive units rank No. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 on the Ohio all-time Top 10 single season scoring list. The Bobcats 368 points in 2016 rank fourth on the all-time list. 

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Boston Bischke

Great skills to learn

May 27, 22 07:41 PM

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Caterory: Football/Running Back
Bookings: 57
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