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NEW!Matthew Edwards - Virginia Analytics: Finding Wins in the StatisticsViews: 525$19.95
In this course, Matthew Edwards, the Director Of Football Analytics at the University of Virgina, goes in deph on how the Cavaliers use analytics in the five factors of football, in-game decisions, & recruting.Views: 525$19.95
Dave Cohen - Movements and Stunts to Stop The RunViews: 580$14.96
Coach Dave Cohen talks to us about his base concepts and how he approaches the modern offense by implementing different defensive techniques. Everything you need to stop the run.Views: 580$14.96
Joe Moorhead - Oregon RPO`s & Red Zone OffenseViews: 7002$14.96
Coach Moorhead covers topics concerning Oregon's RPO game with both Gap Scheme and Zone Scheme runs. He also discusses both Red Zone and Goal Line offense. The clinic concludes with a recorded Q&A section.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First & Goal Foundation.Views: 7002$14.96
Tem Lukabu - Establishing Defensive CultureViews: 588$19.95
In this course, Coach Tem Lukabu, Defensive Coordinator for Boston College, dives into just how to develop a team defensive mentality. He talks about his philosophy, team effort, and overall mentality.Views: 588$19.95
Jim Knowles Oklahoma State - Playing Offense On DefenseViews: 731$19.95
In this course, Coach Jim Knowles, Defensive Coordinator of the Oklahoma State Cowboys, explains how they approach their philosophy of playing offense on defense by running plays that feature a player. He details the "Leo" position and how he uses it to his advantage. This course will give you ideas on how you can create plays for your playmakers in your defense.Views: 731$19.95
Antoine Smith - Stopping the RunViews: 341$19.95
Stop The Run
The trenches are the dirtiest and most brutal of all places on the football field. Football trenches are located along the line of scrimmage, in between the offensive and defensive linemen as they settle down in the three point stance. The trenches are where the game is fought, losing on the line can often lead to the opposing team taking advantage and exploiting the weakness.
The defensive tackle is the most important person on the defensive line. Coaches build their strategies around stopping the run game. Defenders on the interior who punish the run not only make it difficult for the offense to gain momentum but also make it impossible to have an effective pass game. Having an elite defensive line is worth gold in the NFL.
When you combine playmakers at the skill positions and powerful defensive linemen, you will see success. Take for example Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh or Super Bowl LVl. The Buccaneers dominated the line, leaving an offensive powerhouse like Kansas City scrambling to put numbers on the board.
To be successful, a defensive lineman needs to have these five characteristics: intelligence, toughness, work ethic, good character, and athletic ability. A team with five players who have all five of these characteristics will be difficult to beat. Introducing Antoine Smith.
**DEFENSIVE LINE: STOPPING THE RUN!!**
Former Detroit Lions Coach Antoine Smith teaches how to have a dominant defensive line. Breaking down the importance of stances and its different variations. This course demonstrates proper techniques in run game drills and block destruction. Everything you need to dominate in the trenches.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!Views: 341$19.95
Chris Monfiletto - TE Technique in The Pass GameViews: 408$19.95
Tight End Technique
Tight Ends have revolutionized the pass game since the Twenty first century becoming lethal weapons that quarterbacks love.In some cases they have become the go-to receiver.
Football tight ends play one of the most important positions in the modern offense because they must possess a unique skill set that is a mixture of several other players. They must block like offensive linemen and catch passes like receivers.
In order to be a successful tight end, players must possess the right balance between speed, strength, and elusiveness. They must be quick with their feet and strong with their hands. Once the quarterback identifies them, they must be ready to catch the pass. Tight ends can also be used along with the offensive linemen to protect the quarterback during passing plays.
They may be used to mislead defenses by means of lining up as though they'll assist block for a quarterback or running back, however rather than running downfield to catch a pass. The tight end also can line up out wide.
A good tight end can stretch and cause match-up issues for a defense. Turning him into a good route runner and blocker in space are important aspects of having a player on the field who can do it all. It all comes with proper technique.
Introducing Rice Owls Chris Monfiletto’s Program!
**TE TECHNIQUE IN THE PASS GAME TRAINING**
Chris Monfiletto teaches the fundamentals and techniques that creates a dynamic tight end in the passing game. He breaks down the proper ways of the phases of route running and attacking leverage. In addition, Chris discusses the basics of perimeter blocking.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your Tight Ends today!Views: 408$19.95
Kyle Segler - TE Utilization in Multiple Set OffenseViews: 335$19.95
Coach Kyler Segler talks about utilization of a modern TE in modern offenses. Focuses on how to defend, cultivate and develop TE’s.Views: 335$19.95
NEW!Mike Elko, Texas A&M - Developing A Championship DefenseViews: 1908$14.96
Do you want to learn how to make your defense one that ranks with the champions? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Mike Elko delivers to you tackling drills, ball disruption, and mirroring the quarterback concepts that you need to know in order to change the game of defensive play. He also shows off these through the means of drills, fundamentals, and coverages that are used at Texas A&M University.
He starts out the course by speaking on the defensive philosophy he uses at Texas A&M University. This is important to know because it will bring you insight on philosophies to use with your team, and shows off where the priorities lie with the team.
Then, he breaks into speaking on tackling. He shows off both whiteboard and practice film examples of his pursuit drill. He states it is the first thing they do for their defensive practice to ensure all 11 players are swarming to the ball even after they have taken care of their defensive responsibilities. Then he explains what leverage pursuit is and details 3 key points of it you need to know in order to make a good play on the ball. He uses practice film to break down how to use leverage to your advantage to physically make a better play on the ball, not just the ball carrier.
Next, he breaks down the topic of ball disruption. He does this by showing off multiple drills he uses such as two-man recovery, tomahawk drills, hook and glove, and hook and punch. These are all used and shown to help disrupt the ball from the ball carrier and create turnovers. He uses film to show these drills so they will be easy for you to understand and implement in your defensive practices. He also discusses the importance of stripping the ball and how your team should constantly be trying to get the ball out of the hands of the carrier.
Finally, He breaks down how to properly mirror the QB. He breaks down how to mirror the QB when rushing using 2 different techniques whether you are free or engaged. These will help you to coach your players not to jump to block the ball and get juked out by a basic pump fake. He shows off these two types of mirroring with practice film as well, making it very easy for you to understand and develop with your team.
If you are a coach who wants to make your defense strong, disruptive, and a force to be reckoned with, then this course is a must!Views: 1908$14.96
NEW!Jason McEndoo - Oklahoma State You Want To Run The Outside Zone?Views: 1079$14.96
Oklahoma State Cowboy Backs Coach gives you the philosophy, coaching points, and details necessary to run the outside zone play. He covers the success they have had with it at OSU and illustrates the plays in multiple sets vs. multiple fronts with game video.Views: 1079$14.96
NEW!Mike Mendenhall - Win the Key Ground: ST Culture, Philosophy & OrganizationViews: 118$19.95
Coach Mike Mendenhall talks about the Culture, Philosophy and Organization he has for his special team units.Views: 118$19.95
NEW!John Garrett - Dip & Slip: Maximize Yards as a Ball CarrierViews: 262$19.95
Head Coach John Garrett of Lafeyette College goes into great detail about the dip and slip technique for all ball carriers. He breaks down game film to improve technique.Views: 262$19.95
TJ DiMuzio - Quarterback Friendly SchemesViews: 798$19.95
Coach T.J DiMuzio teaches quarterback and pass friendly schemes, which helped his quarterback at Monmouth University secure the Big South Offensive Player of the Year, and helped them become the Big Sky 2019 Conference Champions.Views: 798$19.95
Joe Davis - Easy Completion Concepts for Developing Young QuarterbacksViews: 1118$19.95
In this course, Coach Joe Davis discusses easy completion concepts for building confidence in young quarterbacks and developing their abilities. Coach Davis starts the clinic by discussing how he manages his Quarterback room. He talks about the mission statement of his position room and the process he puts the Quarterbacks through to develop them both on a game by game basis and overall. After his introductory slides, Coach Davis highlights several passing concepts that can be used to start drives and boost the confidence of a young Quarterback. He uses both pass drawings and film from a variety of different formations and looks to highlight his selected concepts.Views: 1118$19.95
NEW!Dan Swanstrom - Teaching Situational Awareness In All PhasesViews: 470$19.95
What is situational Football?
A recently used phrase, a commonly seen scenario in football. Kickoff returns and punts are among the most common of situations. However situations come in various types of forms, from entering the red zone and your short on yardage to a first down inside your own three yard line. You could have your offense come out in a bad field position, you could face a screen trick play and you need to know how to adjust, or it's a 4th down and you want to impose your will on the opposing team.
Perhaps it's overtime and you need to be understanding of the rules. Maybe the two minute offense where you need a field goal or touchdown but you have no timeouts? Or you're pulling out the hail mary offense out of desperation and it's the last play of the game?
Unique scenarios in football are inevitable. There are different football scenarios that occur during the game. When those situations happen, the team must adapt its play and react appropriately. Understanding critical situations, think players not plays. Take advantage of any special talents you have, have a specific play for each situation. Take an onside kick for example. Evaluating and practicing unique situations in football can be the difference maker.
Create situational awareness for your team and be ready when the time presents itself.
Introducing Ithaca's own Dan swanstroms training!
**TEACHING SITUATIONAL AWARENESS IN ALL PHASES**
In this course, Ithaca Head Football Coach Dan Swanstrom details how they approach teaching unique situations in offense, defense, & special teams, and how he handles them. He delves into Short Yardage, Dropping The Ball Early, Spikes, Killing The Clock & much more
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Improve your situational awareness today!Views: 470$19.95
NEW!Mike Sullivan - Teaching the QB how to watch FilmViews: 579$19.95
Coach Mike Sullivan discusses the importance of teaching your QB how to break down various high zones, high man and zone pressure during film. He illustrates how to translate game film study into the field.Views: 579$19.95
NEW!AJ Steward - Running Backs FundamentalsViews: 433$19.95
Great run game = Great Offense
Teams on the professional and collegiate level who have a solid run game tend to perform better than those who don't. The primary benefit of the run game is to make the defense adjust.
Many of the top teams in College still rely on a powerful ground game fueled by a dominant runner, allowing them to take control of a game. The presence of a standout running back alleviates the pressure on the quarterback to consistently make impactful passes and gives the offense the balance needed to win against elite defenses.
In many offenses running backs play a key role in the passing game. Running back is a very demanding position. You need great balance and vision and need to know where to run. To be special, your running back must be versatile enough to play effectively on every down. It requires a player to be very active every time he's on the field, and it's a position that'll wear you out consistently.
Running backs need to keep focus on the fundamentals. That starts with footwork, agility and balance. The running back must master several first steps or footwork. Successful footwork enables you to create a clear path out of the pocket and into the field. It's essential that your back has the vision to see gaps as well as the ability to make plays and make cuts to maximize yardage. Take your running backs to the end zone. Introducing AJ Steward.
** RUNNING BACKS FUNDAMENTALS!!**
Coach AJ Steward teaches Arizona's Core Run Plays and fundamentals that create an elite running back. He illustrates the key components for coaching points for tight zone, wide zone, and pin and pull. He breaks down proper ways to train footwork, cuts and how to read gaps. This course covers what you need to succeed in a simple and effective way.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your run game today!Views: 433$19.95
NEW!Josh Christian-Young - DB Drills & Match CoverageViews: 415$19.95
If you play match coverage, understanding of how to teach the techniques is critical. Coach Christian-Young teaches every step of the way from practice organization, to meetings to showing his RIP/LIZ match coverage on game film.Views: 415$19.95
Paul Williams Wake Forest - DB Drills and TechniquesViews: 968$14.96
In this course, Coach Paul Williams, Cornerbacks coach at Wake Forest University, goes into what drills and fundamentals he uses as a coach, and how his players apply in game situations. The following is included
Lock and Lean
Off ManViews: 968$14.96
NEW!Nate Woody- Army West Point Defensive Breakdown, Fundamentals, & TechniquesViews: 1342$19.95
Defensive Coordinator at Army West Point, Nate Woody, gives an in depth breakdown of Army's defense and the fundamentals and techniques they teach. Army had the #1 Defense in the FBS in 2020.Views: 1342$19.95
NEW!Rick Lyster | Fordham University - Zone PressuresViews: 286$19.95
In this course, Linebacker coach Rick Lyster of Fordham University goes in depth on the following defensive pressure concepts:
4 Man Zones
5 Man Zones
6 Man Zones
& 1st Down vs 3rd Down PressuresViews: 286$19.95
Allen Mogridge - OL Every Day Drills - Run/PassViews: 726$19.95
Do you want to dominate the line?
Are pass rushers getting by with speed and agility? Maybe the blitz smashes through the wall too often and does it with ease? Poor reads and mis-steps resulting in loss of downs? Sack or a fumble?
Perhaps you want to improve your offensive line? Protect your quarterback and guide an effective run game?
The offensive line is a critical part of your team, let alone your offense. Without it there is no pass game because your quarterback is in trouble and your running back is met at the line.
There are many ways to improve and develop your offensive line.
Introducing Allen Mogridge.
Offensive Line Every Day Drills - Run & Pass
Coach Allen Mogridge talks about the EDD's ( Every day drills ) for his Offensive Line with regards to both the run and pass game. He displays how to embed trust onto his players. How to hold one another dependable and accountable. Coach Allen demonstrates the importance of balance, timing, control and how to create force with and without momentum. This course shows the fundamentals that will create your individual success within the unit, which leads to a successful unit.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your offensive line today!Views: 726$19.95
Cody Kennedy - The Duo PlayViews: 5038$19.95
In this course, Coach Cody Kennedy discusses the Duo play. Coach Kennedy introduces the play by discussing the blocking assignments and techniques for the OL. He shows examples of under, over, and odd front looks and the ways in which to block each front. Coach Kennedy shows game film, from both college and the NFL, detailing the play in both 11 and 12 personnel with examples of both motion and bunch formations as well. The clinic concludes with a recorded question and answer section. If you are a coach who wants to master the Duo Play and dominate the line of scrimmage, then you do not want to miss this course!
At the beginning of the course, he breaks down what exactly Duo Play is. He teaches the blocking assignments, foundations, what to do if there is an odd front, and how to deal with add-in defenders.
Next, he breaks down the Duo vs. 4 Down. He shows off multiple formations and reads with live film that will help you completely understand what he is coaching and make it easy for you to implement to your squad. He shows off the duo vs 4 down with both an 11 and 12 man personnel. He also breaks down different types of footwork to use, what to do if there is a blitz, and all sorts of varieties you may run into on the field. He covers all the basics to be prepared for any kind of defensive alignment your team may run into.
After breaking down the duo vs. 4 down, he details out the Duo vs 3 Down. He points out and shows you the best compliment play to the duo. He also teaches the difference between doing the duo blocking towards the boundary or towards the field. He teaches different reads and alignments between 11 and 12 man personnel. If you are a coach who wants to add the duo blocking scheme to your offense, you are not going to want to miss out on this great course!
Finally, he shows off the proper blocking techniques for the bunch formation. He breaks down multiple footwork sets and types of motion with it. These will show you how to use the bunch formation to your advantage and teach you how to run it well. He even has a Q&A section where there are some frequently asked questions. If you are a coach who wants to learn more about the duo play and implement it in your offense, then this is the course for you!Views: 5038$19.95
Kevin Morris - PSO Pass Options off Running Back ScreenViews: 966$19.95
Coach Kevin Morris talks about the power and effectiveness of the screen game and the pass options off running backs. He breaks down the when, why and how to implement it into your game.Views: 966$19.95
Jovan Dewitt UNC Tarheels - Special Teams Drills and FundamentalsViews: 354$19.95
In the course, Special Teams Coordinator and Outside Linebackers Coach Jovan Dewitt of the University of North Carolina Tarheels goes in depth on the drills, concepts, and fundamentals that his Tarheels use on gamedays.Views: 354$19.95
Peter Rossomando - Offensive Line Techniques and FundamentalsViews: 624$19.95
In this course, Coach Peter Rossomando goes in depth on his offensive line techniques he uses at Vanderbilt University.Views: 624$19.95
Jeff Gallo - Building the TE from the Ground UpViews: 560$19.95
In this course Coach Jeff Gallo discusses how he trains TE's at Monmouth. Coach Gallo starts the clinic discussing the traits necessary to being a TE at Monmouth. He further discusses fundamentals for the run game, pass game, and striking. Coach Gallo also gives a detailed presentation on the types of blocks executed by Monmouth TE's.Views: 560$19.95
NEW!Greg Schiano- Critically Important Aspects of Building a ProgramViews: 844$19.95
Rutgers Head Coach, Greg Schiano, explains what he belives are the most important aspects of developing a successful program. From the hiring staff, special teams and the vision. In addition he breaks down the “Law of Three”.Views: 844$19.95
Gary McGraw - Defensive Back Technique at the L.O.S and Downfield +DrillsViews: 1102$19.95
In this clinic talk, Coach Gary McGraw teaches corner back technique at the Line of Scrimmnage and the drills to perfect those techniques. He utilizes press man to successfully stop down field passes on the perimeter. It limited opponents to a 10% completion rate on perimeter downfield throws.
Whether it's stopping the long ball or discouraging RPO throws, you will find the techniques and drills here helpful in creating success for your secondary players.Views: 1102$19.95
NEW!Dan Verpaele, Kennesaw State - Split Safety Run FitsViews: 460$19.95
In this course, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Coach Dan Verpaele of Kennesaw State goes in depth on the coverages, schemes, and reads he instills in his safeties.Views: 460$19.95
Jeremy Hawkins - Defensive Line PlayViews: 478$19.95
In this course, Coach Hawkins of Eastern Kentucky University goes into what drills he runs with his defensive lineman, as well as different ways to recognize and shed blocks, including the reach block, pull, and double teams.Views: 478$19.95
Dan Quinn- Set Your StandardViews: 898$19.95
Setting the Standard
What is the standard?
Creating a culture or setting the tone for your ball club can commonly be referred to setting the standard. It's a motto that not only you but your teammates pledge by. In unison. Dan Quinn said “The standard is not easily maintained but each man is mentally tough, filled with resilience and surrounded by a brotherhood that will push him to be the very best he can be”.
Why is a standard important?
It's vital to an organzations or football team's success that they have a standard. A rule of living, code of behavior, code of honor or touchstone. Without it, there is no structure. No one to hold one another accountable for their actions. You’ll hear it often. “It's a brotherhood, it is our responsibility to make sure that we pass on this standard to all new teammates to ensure that the proud tradition and reputation we have started continues”. It's a way of living that begins from ownership all the way to its players. The state of the standard is that you always give it one hundred percent.
Whatever you accomplish, you accomplish as a team. In order to accomplish anything as a team, there must be a standard set. Everyone’s connected to one another. In order for a player to make an interception, the defensive line must’ve created pressure. There is no I in team.
There is no one else who understands more than the Dallas Cowboys very own, Dan Quinn. He has developed a method that helps you set the standard within your team. How to create success from within, Introducing,
**Set the Standard training**
Cowboys Defensive Coordinator, Dan Quinn, discusses the importance of setting standards within an organization. In addition to creating a culture and identity to the program.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!Views: 898$19.95
Chris Partridge - 3rd Down and Red Zone BracketViews: 1920$14.96
Red Zone Bracket & Adjustments
What is a Red Zone Bracket?
Bracket coverage is used to provide double coverage on a single receiver . Brackets come in a number of different forms, and they're used for a variety of reasons. The starting point for bracket coverage is to begin with its place in football. The two main coverages in football are zone and man.
The two types of bracket coverage are the “Under/ Over” commonly known as the vertical bracket and the “In/Out” coverage known as the horizontal bracket. There are positive effects to implementing the bracket coverage. It gives the defensive coordinator the ability to have a wide receiver on double coverage, resulting in eliminating a mismatch, in addition to having leverage on deep routes.
The “Under/Over” Bracket
One defensive player uses a tactic called trail technique to cover below breaks from the inside or outside while another player provides deep support from above. Vertical brackets is the name. A wide receiver is stuck between two defenders. One player remains low and in front, while the deep player remains high and in the end.
The “In/Out” Bracket
On a wide receiver, this particular bracket gives horizontal leverage to the defense. One defensive player will cover him from the inside out while the other will work from the outside in. This kind of coverage is simple to conceal and mislead, essentially could be used on any receiver.
A good defense may bend, but it won't break! To be successful with that philosophy, third down and red zone success are critical
Introducing Ole Miss defensive coordinator Chris Partridge
**OUR DEFENSE: 3rd down/ red zone bracket training**
Coach Partridge shares Ole Miss bracket coverage on third down and in the red zone and the details that make this concept effective. He goes into detail on the 3x1 coverage and a variation of cut splits. This course has everything you need to be a successful red zone defense.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First and Goal.Views: 1920$14.96
NEW!Drew Svoboda - Fundamentals to Covering Kicks. The when, why and the howViews: 391$14.96
Coach Svoboda teaches the fundamentals of covering kickoffs and punts. He explains thoroughly the who, what, how. As well as different punt coverages and punt drills. This course is a must have to create a high grade special team.Views: 391$14.96
Matt Drinkall - RPO`s Explained: Defined, Packaging, & ImplementationViews: 1104$19.95
Coach Matt Drinkall discusses his history with RPO's from his time as the Head Coach at Kansas Wesleyan. Coach Drinkall discusses his philosophy on RPO's, including the implementation of an RPO offense along with the types of reads and throws the QB makes. He gives examples of RPO's using both five and six man run schemes. He concludes with his thoughts on adding RPO's to an offensive game plan and what their impact is on an offense. His clinic is followed by a recorded question and answer session.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First & Goal Foundation.Views: 1104$19.95
Rob Ianello - WR Practice FundamentalsViews: 670$19.95
Rob Ianello shares his WR Practice Fundamentals in this course. He covers every aspect of playing the receiver position from stance and start to releases, footwork, and blocking. This is his teach tape that he uses with his receivers transformed into a course.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First & Goal Foundation.Views: 670$19.95
NEW!Jake Cookus Oregon State - Punt Coverage Techniques & FundamentalsViews: 278$19.95
In this course, Oregon State Special Teams Coordinator Jake Cookus goes into depth on the release drills he puts in place and various punt coverages techniques he uses. As well as breaking down game film.Views: 278$19.95
NEW!Tony Thompson - Stonybrook Punt Protection & CoverageViews: 129$19.95
In this course, Special Teams Coordinator/Rovers Coach Tony Thompsom of Stonybrook University dives into punt protection and coverage. Included are
& CoveragesViews: 129$19.95
NEW!Corey Hetherman JMU - Defensive Line Fundamentals & TechniquesViews: 712$19.95
D-Line fundamentals & Technique
“A good defensive lineman has to be part buffalo and part ballet dancer.”
In order for that to happen, there must be two things in place: proper fundamentals and technique. Without the two you’ll have straight concrete poles as your defensive line. Incorporating the basics and techniques necessary to succeed will allow you to develop the buffalo that can stop the run and the ballet dancer who comes off the edge with athleticism and speed to beat the blocker and sack the quarterback.
What are the fundamentals & techniques for defensive linemen?
Practicing fundamentals like block destruction, tackling, identity and takeaways can greatly enhance a player's abilities to impact a game. The number one objective is to stop the run. Less than three yards a carry, that's the goal.
Technique goes a long way. Starting from your launch/ gett off time to your ability to have proper use of hands and feet. A buffalo can explode off the line and make their opponent step back. A ballet dancer can maneuver off the edge with graceful footwork and fast hands.
It's important to create an identity and set a mentality for your line. You want violence out of your line, intimidate the opposing team. Swarm the opposition with relentless pursuit, collapse the pocket with ease. And most importantly, love what you do and do it as a group.
Introducing Corey Hetherman’s defensive line masterclass
**DEFENSIVE LINE FUNDAMENTALS & TECHNIQUE TRAINING**
In this course, James Madison University Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Line Coach Corey Hetherman goes in depth on their philosophy, fundamentals, get offs, block destruction, techniques, and double teams that has helped produce one of the best FCS defenses in the country. He discusses his use of the 4-2-5 attacking style defense and how it has been successful.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense line today!Views: 712$19.95
NEW!Justin Hamilton - Creating Roles for More PlayersViews: 613$19.95
Coach Justin Hamilton discusses the importance in today's game for coaches to create roles for players, making them more versatile and can expand your game. Not only will it help your team but also will help your players.Views: 613$19.95
NEW!Mickey Fein - Harvard Pass Attack & WR FundamentalsViews: 546$19.95
Coach Mickey Fein talks about the Harvard Pass Attack and compliments you could use to take advantage of the defense. He breaks down how to get your playmakers the ball and option routes.Views: 546$19.95
Matt Mumme - Nevada Pack Attack: Air RaidViews: 1549$19.95
Coach Matt Mumme shares his insight into how Nevada practices and plans the Air Raid effectively, getting the most reps possible. He reveals their vertical passing concepts as well as how to read certain coverages.Views: 1549$19.95
NEW!Developing the Offensive Line | Mike HallettViews: 274$19.95
Coach Mike Hallett talks about the proper way to develop your Offensive Line and the variation of drill work he implements into his team. He Dissects game time field as well as answers related questions.Views: 274$19.95
NEW!John Loose- Corner & Safety Blitz SchemesViews: 582$19.95
Most protection schemes account for the box players, so why not bring pressure from places that are not first in their thought process. Army defensive assistant and associate head coach John Loose teaches the secondary blitzes that can hit the offense from where they least expect it.Views: 582$19.95
Keith Clark - Power ReadViews: 535$19.95
In this course, Coach Keith Clark discusses the Dartmouth Power Read play. Coach Clark opens the clinic discussing the coaching points for both the box and perimeter. He goes into detail about the coaching points for the five offensive lineman. Coach Clark shows film examples from a variety of different formational looks. He concludes with an overview of both their Trap Read compliment and Dartmouth's Goal Line philosophy.Views: 535$19.95
NEW!Brian Mason - Chaos Kills - Cincinnati Punt Block Fundamentals and SchemesViews: 615$19.95
In this course, Special Teams Coordinator Brian Mason dives into his punt block fundamentals and schemes, including
Gap by Gap Drills & Techniques
Punt Block vs Zone Blocking
& Punt Return CoveragesViews: 615$19.95
NEW!Mike Kashurba - Combination coverages to defend RPO and OptionViews: 324$19.95
Lehigh's Defensive Coordinator, Mike Kashurba, gives an in depth overview of different coverages to use when defending RPO's and the Option.Views: 324$19.95
NEW!Bob Bodine- Tricks on forcing opponent defense to simplify their game planViews: 147$19.95
Coach Bob Bodine, Interim Head Coach at Lenior-Ryne, shares his tricks on how to force the opposing defense to simplify their own game plan by using a no-huddle and a up-tempo offense.Views: 147$19.95
Brett Dearmon - Gap Sound RPOsViews: 2238$19.95
Gap Sound Run Pass Option
Create versatility in your offense by implementing a gap sound run pass option.
What is a Run Pass Option?
Commonly referred to as ( RPO ), the concept gives the quarterback the ability and option to give the ball to either the running back or pass to the receiver. While this takes place, it's the offensive line's duty to block as if it's a running play which ultimately puts pressure on the defense to either play the run or the pass.
What is Gap Sound?
The term gap sound means that the defenders in each gap are accounted for. Coach Dearmon does not like his quarterback to be exposed to taking a hit on an RPO because a defender was unaccounted for.
Run Pass Option vs Read Option
It's a common misconception that run pass options are the same as read options.
RPO’s rely on the quarterback to make reads on the linebacker to either hand it or throw it, as the offensive line blocks the run. While the read option generally has the offensive line block in one direction or zone as the quarterback reads the defensive end to give or keep it himself.
Take your team to the next level by incorporating RPO’s into your system.
Introducing Brett Dearmons
**GAP SOUND RPO TRAINING**
Middle Tennessee State Coach Brett Dearmon explains what a real gap sound RPO is and how he incorporates it into his offense. He runs through different variations in depth, from boundary zones, inside zones, split and iso. In addition, he covers how to take advantage of certain coverages with the Run Pass Option.
The ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page places your order. You’ll immediately have access to the training. You’ll be fast on your way to improving your versatile offense today!Views: 2238$19.95
NEW!Kevin Smith - Old Dominion Edge Rush Progression & FundamentalsViews: 251$19.95
In this course, Old Dominion University Special Teams Coordinator/Outside Linebackers Coach Kevin Smith breaks down edge pass rush fundamentals including, Speed Rush, Toe to Target & Pass Rush Moves.Views: 251$19.95
QB Throwing Mechanics & Drills | Ian ShoemakerViews: 1062$19.95
Coach Ian Shoemaker, Eastern Washington University's OC/QB, presents the coaching points he instills in his QB room on a daily basis. He talks about the mechanics of the throw, how to get the quarterbacks ready for practice, and which drills to run to get the most out of your quarterbacks' throwing ability.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First & Goal Foundation.Views: 1062$19.95
NEW!Running the Ball with Multiple Schemes vs. Tite FrontViews: 2123$19.95
In this course, you will see the answers that different coaches have utilizing their schemes against the Tite Front/Tite Front Variations (also referred to as the Mint front). Whether it is inside or outside zone, power or counter, duo, and even QB lead draw, there are ways to run the ball successfully against the Tite Front and these coaches illustrate their plays against it.
Joe Moorehead and Brent Dearmon even touch on adjustments with RPO.
Whether it is the 4i-0-4i, 4-0-4, or Bear, these runs cover how inside zone, outside zone, duo, power and counter, and pin and pull are used to successfully run the ball. The course is the perfect resource to pick up key coaching points to keep your ground game rolling during the season when faced with this front.
Note: These clips lessons have been curated by taking sections of the coach’s entire talk at the Lauren’s First and Goal Clinic. Each entire course goes into more detail on the scheme and techniques which the coach is illustrating.Views: 2123$19.95
Kyle Flood - Run Game Fundamentals(5)Views: 3447$19.95
Coach Kyle Flood talks about his favorite run game fundamentals for his offensive line and how it translates it to the field. He reveals inside and outside zones he uses as well as man blocking, double teams and much more.Views: 3447$19.95
NEW!Satyen Bhakta - D-Line Run Game and Pass Rush FundamentalsViews: 396$19.95
In this course, Satyen Bhakta, Assistant Linebacker and Defensive Line Coach of Cornell University, goes in depth on the drills and techniques he teaches to develop better run game and pass rush fundamentals.Views: 396$19.95
Adam Fuller Florida State - 3rd Down TeachingViews: 1003$19.95
The Money Down
You’ve heard it time and time again,” third down is the money down”. This applies to either side of the ball however converting third downs can have a demoralizing effect on your defensive unit.
You’ll find that 3rd downs are very often the most important down for the opposing team and your defense because they both have the most to gain and lose. Not succeeding to stop a 3rd down is crucial, especially late in the game. If you do, that means an offense will face 4th down, and likely be forced to punt the ball back to their opponent or settle for a field goal attempt.
If the 3rd down is the primary weakness of your defensive unit, teams will target and exploit them. Making it impossible to convert and keep possession. There is no secret that solid third-down defenses are one of the most important aspects of a championship-caliber team.
**3RD DOWN TEACHING! ADAM FULLER TRAINING**
In this course, Coach Adam Fuller, Defensive Coordinator at Florida State, goes into his 3rd down defense. He goes over 3rd and 5 or short, 3rd and 6-12, and 3 and long. Everything you need to create a defensive powerhouse.
He’ll break down how to cover reads, get on routes early and how to get your backs involved in order to convert on downs.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!Views: 1003$19.95
Brian Polian- Fundamental Drills for Special TeamsViews: 597$14.96
Special Team Fundamentals
Special Teams serve an important role in a football team. They have the responsibility to set both the offense and defense up by winning field position. Both offensive and defensive players have their separate roles on special team units. It is their duty to maintain good field position for their offense in addition to giving the opposing team the worst possible field position, thus making it harder for them to score. Special teams performance, and especially punt performance can highly impact team success.
What are the fundamental drills?
They are the root foundation of effective special team players. It's the basics executed with a better understanding. For any team there should be separate drills for each kick off coverage and punt teams as well as the punt return and kickoff return teams. Beginning with footwork, strategy and execution, fundamental drills such as the Stick-dip-replace can elevate a player's effectiveness. Drills as such help players get off the line, stick the defender, dip on the seams and replace the defender behind him, giving you an opportunity to make an impactful play.
If you’re ready to elevate your special teams, this is what you’ve been looking for. Introducing Notre Dames’ Special Teams Coordinator Brian Polian!
**FUNDAMENTAL DRILLS FOR SPECIAL TEAMS**
Coach Polian's focus in this course is covering punts and kicks, and he shares the drills that they use to prepare the Fighting Irish like the bully drill, slingshot, blender drill, spread the net, and more. He illustrates the drills in practice and shows the techniques being used on game film.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your special teams today!Views: 597$14.96
NEW!Kevin Doherty - Hoya Defense Plan for ExcellenceViews: 260$19.95
Georgetown Defensive Coordinator, Kevin Dougherty, talks about his 5 star plan for excellence. He breaks down the Power of 3 and having a vision and standards on the defensive end. As well as controlling the chaos.Views: 260$19.95
NEW!Jeff Reinebold-Ongoing Technique & Fundamental Development in Special TeamsViews: 358$14.95
Coach Reinebold talks about demonstrates three fundamental tackling techniques that can develop and elevate your special teams. Shows an inside view of drills he implements into practice.Views: 358$14.95
NEW!Dan Hunt - Techniques and Drills of Colgate`s Zone ReadViews: 456$19.95
Techniques and drills of the zone read
What is a Zone Read?
Chip Kelly said it best, “Zone-read is where the quarterback is reading the defensive end whether to give the ball or keep the ball. Zone-read-option would be ``you read the defensive end and now you're going to another phase and there's a pitch back for you”.
A quarterback and tailback are used in this option offense. In the process of receiving the snap, the two players cross paths and the quarterback makes a decision based on reading the defensive team's reaction to the snap.
Many teams have had much success running the zone read. Simply by the practice of fundamental techniques and incorporation of drills such as the ride & decide and Mesh drill can highly elevate your offense. A clear understanding of gap reads can also impact the zone read.
What is a gap read?
The gap between the offensive linemen is what is known as a gap. The A-Gap is between the center and the guard, the B-Gap is between the guard and the tackle, the C-Gap is between the tackle and tight end, and the D-gap is outside the tight end. To prevent a successful rush attack, defenses must close these gaps.
Learning how to run the zone read and do it effectively can be challenging, that's why it's important to learn from the best. Introducing Dan Hunt,
**Techniques and drills of zone read training**
Colgate's Coach Dan Hunt reveals the multiple factors of Colgate’s Zone read, the different variations of gap reads as well as the techniques and drills he uses to perfect it. He covers everything you need to run the zone read successfully.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your run game today!Views: 456$19.95
Jedd Fisch - Developing an Offense to Marry the Run and Pass GameViews: 1794$19.95
Coach Jedd Fisch expalins how important it is to have a run and pass game that compliment each other. He breaks down different styles of wildcat offense as well as thier philosophy.Views: 1794$19.95
NEW!Jim Collins - Dayton Offensive Game Planning & Practice OrganizationViews: 667$19.95
In this course, Dayton Offensive Coordniator and QB Coach Jim Collins, dives into how he plans the Flyers game and practice schedule.Views: 667$19.95
NEW!Conor Hughes- Organization and Management of large teams in the weightroomViews: 388$19.95
Organization and Management
Coaching abilities in terms of organization are vital to a teams success on and off the field and that starts in the weight room. The players believe they can rely on their coach to "find a way" for them to succeed. Most great coaches also have the ability to manage and communicate effectively with their coaching staff and players.
In particular, sports management includes the oversight of essentially all parts of an athletic program. From player development, general planning, player safety and structure. Being responsible for your players' training and development in the weight room can be demanding. With targeted training, players can not only individually but collectively elevate their game by focusing their lifting and exercises that correlate to on field aspects.
Technology has changed sports organization making time efficiency easier, setting the stage a lot simpler. Being able to assign workouts to players before arrival saves time and gears your focus. The first 3 minutes of a team workout is important, setting the tone and leading the group and effecting the rest of training. “Be the thermostat”, set the mood in the room. Set the intensity that needs to be there. Do simple better, It is about progression. Have the “If it's wrong, fix it” mentality.
Introducing Army’s Conor Hughes guide to management and organization.
**Organization and Management in the weight room training**
Strength Coach for Army West Point Conor Hughes talks about the importance of organization and management of large teams, especially in the weight room. He walks through the set stage of managing as well as the organization and implementation of workouts.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Learn how to incorporate proper organization and management into the weight room!Views: 388$19.95
Marvin Clecidor - Western Michigan Red Zone Coverage VariationsViews: 399$19.95
In this course, Western Michigan Cornerbacks Couch Marvin Clecidor goes in depth on his red zone coverages including:
And More!Views: 399$19.95
Aristotle Thompson - Position Culture & Run GameViews: 192$19.95
Creating a culture
Teaming up is coming together as a collective unit with the shared passion for achieving a common goal. Question is, how does a team have a common goal?
Creating a culture for your positions can have monumental success for a ball club. All organizations know of the significance of creating a spirited culture for their football team. Coaches acknowledge the importance of development as a unit because it translates to discipline, work ethic, accountability, trust and partnership.
A position culture is essential because it impacts various areas of team function and performance. A culture establishes your players the way you want them to be. Setting the standard, having core values, camaraderie, communication, accountability, playing for one another and having clear expectations are just a few of the most vital elements in leading a team.
Culture not only is setting standards and expectations but having an understanding of the team history. Notable players who have paved the way and lived by a culture that helped them achieve their goals as present players have the same desire.
Coach Aristotle Thompson talks about how to implement a positive culture and discusses the pin and pull technique for your running backs. The pin and pull sweep is a run blocking scheme that uses a combination of down and reach blocks to seal defenders to the inside in tandem with multiple pull blocks toward the perimeter. The aiming point by the ball carrier is the furthest gap outside of the tackle box.
**ARISTOTLE THOMPSONS- POSITION CULTURE AND RUN GAME TRAINING**
Coach Aristotle Thompson unveils the significance of creating the right culture for the program. Getting your team together that way you want. Describes how the atmosphere of a club can uplift players. Includes core values, communication, commitment of caring, consistency and connection with one another. As well as an in depth analysis on the pin & pull technique. Everything you need to create an impenetrable unit.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Create your culture and perfect the pin & pull technique today!Views: 192$19.95
NEW!Bryan Cook - Colorado Organizing Defensive Run Fits In Multiple FrontsViews: 448$19.95
Defensive run fits in multiple fronts
What is a run fit?
One thing is certain, defensive alignments are the most important when utilizing run fits. To comprehend run fits, we must first understand what a run fit is. A run fit is when a defensive lineman and/or linebacker enter a gap to prevent a running back from running through it. If the running back is moving side to side, he is not gaining yards, which allows the defense to get to the ball.
Single gap run fits are the most common. They require each defender to focus on one gap. The defensive line is shaded toward the gap they will control, while the linebackers line up in the gap they will control.
To understand run fits, we must understand how gaps are created. Defensive players on any team will assign each player a specific gap to cover. Run fits are the defensive's communication of who is to cover what gap. That's how solid run defense is achieved!
Run fits can be implemented with various fronts. From the single gap, two gaps to 3-4 schemes. Plus many more. You can elevate your run defensive by simply incorporating this technique. Introducing Colorado Assistant Coach Bryan Cook,
**DEFENSIVE RUN FITS TRAINING**
Bryan Cook details the way they fit runs from multiple fronts. Assistant Coach Bryan Cook dives into defensive run fits in multiple fronts, including Zone Schemes, Gap Schemes & Coverages. This course is a template for ensuring that your own defense is sound in the approach to stopping the run from every front, coverage and movement.Views: 448$19.95
NEW!Vince Digaetano - Enhancing a Year Round Tackle SystemViews: 334$19.95
Coach Vince Digaetano reveals a system that helps players develop and enhance their tackling year round. He breaks down the tackling systems and overview as well as type of tackles and drills. You’ll find everything you need to become a power hitter.Views: 334$19.95
Steve Casula - QB Gap RunsViews: 684$14.96
In this course, Coach Steve Casula discusses designed Quarterback Gap run schemes. Coach Casula opens the course with his philosophies on why it is important to run the Quarterback. Throughout the course, Coach Casula highlights several concepts including Fold Iso and several Counter schemes against a variety of defensive looks.Views: 684$14.96
Brian Polian - Coaching Generation ZViews: 556$14.96
Coaching Gen Z
Over time the game of football has changed, so have many of the players. It's time that coaching changes too.
Players from past generations required a specific type of training, approach and relationship. Generation Z is no exception. Throughout the years we’ve learned our tendencies, behaviors and mindsets as we’re doing currently with this generation.
It's quite simple. Generation Z wants interpersonal interaction - a one on one conversation to establish a relationship with a coach. An important concept to understand as a coach is honoring the relationship before honoring the task.
It's no secret that players nowadays have a shorter attention span. That's why it is crucial to have a different approach when training or breaking down game film. We must make training short and effective, we must be different while keeping it exciting.
They need structure. Customized teaching is the best way to really hone in and develop that relationship. A player wants and needs a “ This is where I'm struggling, this is where the coach is helping me get better”. One thing we must remember is “ It's not the players duty to change to the coach, it's the coach's duty to change to his players' '.
They’re tech savvy. We must change presentations and game film. Keep their attention. They want to have fun. It may not be appealing, but it's effective.
Introducing Notre Dame’s Special Teams Coordinator Brian Polian!
**COACHING GENERATION Z TRAINING**
Coach Brian Polian shares his insight gained in his time studying relationships and how they play an important role in coaching Generation Z. He breaks down aspects of building relationships and why they are important including everything you need to establish a solid relationship with your team.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll be on your way to forming relationships and a culture with your players!Views: 556$14.96
Matt Jones - Counter: Pulling for SuccessViews: 740$19.95
In this course, Coach Matt Jones talks about the intracacies of the UTM Counter play, specifically highlighting the skip pull technique employed by their guards. Coach Jones starts the clinic by discussing some of his teaching philosophies with the OL along with several types of pull techniques employed by the offense. He introduces several scenarios they encounter from the playside DE and how the skip pull combats each one. Coach Jones showcases several video examples against each defensive scenario. Coach Jones concludes the presentation with a recorded question and answer section.Views: 740$19.95
NEW!Mark Powell- Position Expectations and LB FundamentalsViews: 164$19.95
Austin Peay's Linebackers and Special Teams Coordinator, Mark Powell, dives deep into Linebacker expectations and fundamentals. The main topics discussed is their philosophy, expectations, and imperatives for the Linebackers.Views: 164$19.95
NEW!Eric Jackson- Man Cover ConceptsViews: 251$19.95
Lewis & Clark Defensive Coordinator, Eric Jackson, discusses man cover concepts and combos. He delves into the concepts used illustrating them with game film, and answering questions on how to play them effectively.Views: 251$19.95
Darius Safford - Defensive Coverage: Press Quarters and TrapViews: 339$19.95
In this course, Coach Darius Safford, Defensive backs coach of Kennesaw State University, dives into his trap coverage, pressures, and techniques.Views: 339$19.95
Andrew Dresner - Developing a Freshman QuarterbackViews: 366$19.95
A new year means new freshmen and new opportunities. It's critical that first year players have proper training focused on fundamentals and technique. Establishing groundwork for them can be monumental for their success, giving them the opportunity to flourish and expand their skill set.
Even veteran quarterbacks rely on the basic fundamental training like the drills and techniques practiced all over the country such as, proper pocket posture, throwing motion, lower body mechanics, figure 8 drill and square drill.
A clear comprehension of the position is the first and foremost focus. A quarterback needs to fully understand the position and the responsibilities that come with it. A solid quarterback training will contribute to your player remarkably improving his accuracy and throwing power by practicing the same QB drills that the pros use.
Passing is only one characteristic of the quarterback position. Without the proper footwork and mechanics, a quarterback will never reach his potential. The correct training will allow him to adjust his body properly, to not only improve speed, control and power but accuracy.
A good training program can elevate young freshman and high schoolers to be equipped and prepared when their number is called.
Introducing Offensive coordinator Andrew Dresner’s program!
**DEVELOPING A FRESHMAN QUARTERBACK TRAINING**
In this course, Coach Andrew Dresner discusses drills and schemes that aid in the development of a young quarterback. Coach Dresner begins the clinic with his philosophies on individual drill work. Later on, Coach Dresner highlights several "must have" pass concepts and run schemes designed to assist in the development of a young quarterback.
Click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with unlimited access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin developing your young prospects today!Views: 366$19.95
NEW!Jason Miran - Bucknell Offseason QB Development ProgramViews: 180$19.95
In this course, Bucknell University Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach Jason Miran dives into his offseason quarterback development. The lessons included are
Post Season Evaluations
Football Watching & Translations
& Defensive IdentificationsViews: 180$19.95
NEW!Ralph Isernia - RPI Triple Gun OffenseViews: 477$19.95
In this course, Head Coach Ralph Isernia of Renseelear Polytechnical Institute goes into how he runs the Gun Triple Option. This course includes
Passing & Game Film ExamplesViews: 477$19.95
NEW!Chad Wilt - Pass Rush FundamentalsViews: 364$19.95
Pass Rush 101
Pass rushing is an artform. Not everyone can do it, let alone do it effectively. As a pass rusher, your ability to win one-on-one situations and put pressure on your quarterback is one of the most important aspects of your game.
Pass rushers are typically smaller than offensive linemen, so going head to head with them places the defender in a precarious situation. However, pass rushers are often more athletic, and they rely on rapid acceleration, agility, and quickness to win reps.
Rushing the passer successfully requires players to incorporate basic fundamentals like getting off the line, flipping their hips, and finishing at the quarterback.
Learning the ability to attack the offensive lineman in front of you is key. Exploding from the first step, forcing your offensive lineman to his heels, being flexible and mobile with speed, understanding when to throw your move, and being determined at point of attack are all areas to focus on when developing your game. In order for pass rushers to win, they must consider the technical aspects, such as maximizing leverage, positioning their feet, and using their arms efficiently.
Coach Chad Wilt has spent the last two decades teaching the defensive line and fundamentals with much success. He makes his knowledge accessible for the first time.
Introducing University of Minnesota's Defensive Line Coach Chad Wilt.
**PASS RUSH FUNDAMENTAL TRAINING**
Coach Chad Wilt breaks down the 5 different components to the pass rush. Includes fundamentals, moves and drills to work on. Focusing on improving the pass rushing craft. He covers a variety of techniques involving moves, counter moves, twists, and answers questions that can help create a better pass rusher.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your pass rush today!Views: 364$19.95
NEW!Liam Klein - Kennesaw State, Defensive Line Play and MovementViews: 312$19.95
In this course, Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach Liam Klein of Kennesaw State goes into defensive line play and movements including
& StuntsViews: 312$19.95
Issac Reed - Buffalo RB FundamentalsViews: 1109$19.95
In this course, Coach Issac Reed discusses the fundamentals necessary to being a running back at the University of Buffalo. Coach Reed begins the conversation by discussing the simplification of RB reads within their offense. He goes on to talk about the three keys to RB development; being the ability to deliver a blow, protect the football, and break down defenders. Coach Reed showcases a variety of group and individual drills that emphasize each ot these keys.Views: 1109$19.95
NEW!Bob Benson - Penn Red Zone DefenseViews: 309$19.95
The red zone is commonly referred to as the danger zone, where the opposing team has entered the 20 yard line. It's time to lock in on defense.
The red zone is one of the most pivotal areas in the field. Defenses who can convert or hold in the red zone are more likely to win the football game. It is crucial that your team establishes an elite red zone defense, those who do tend to be ranked amongst the best in the league. Elite red zone defenses can go a long way, even lead to championships. History proves it to be true. Even stated by the greatest coach of his time with six national championships Bear Bryant “Offense sells tickets but defense wins championships”.
Offensive Coordinators who typically run spread offenses count on vertical and horizontal spacing to get to the end zone. Once offenses approach the end zone, it becomes more difficult to score due to the limited playing vertical space. Which is why teams often struggle in the danger zone.
If your defensive team often struggles to convert in the red zone or simply could use an extra edge then you’ve found your answer.
Introducing Penn Quakers Bob Benson masterclass!
**PENN RED ZONE DEFENSE TRAINING**
In this course, University of Pennsylvania Defense Coordinator Bob Benson dives into what coverages, fronts, and pressures he used to get Penn into the top 20 scoring defenses in the FCS.
Bob Benson discusses different coverages he uses when facing the red zone. He breaks down the high red zone coverage, low red zone coverage and goal line beast package. Plus much more.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll be on your way to creating an elite red zone defense!Views: 309$19.95
Bill Durkin - Coastal Carolina CounterViews: 2818$14.96
Offensive Line Counter Play
Is your run game being met at the line? Left tackle and guard are being outmatched? Linebackers are blitzing too often and finding success?
Perhaps you’re looking to have an efficient run game but your offensive line is a step behind? Take a massive advantage of the defensive line by running the counter play.
Introducing Bill Durkin's Program
**COAST CAROLINA COUNTER TRAINING**
In this course, Coach Bill Durkin discusses the Coastal Carolina Counter play and the many variations that they run. Coach Durkin begins the clinic by discussing the program values at Coastal Carolina along with basic OL fundamentals.
Feet before hands
Coach Durkin breaks down the program values he practices with his 2020 Sunbelt Championships. He introduces BAM. Be a man concept he holds his players to. A man stands on his own 2 feet, treats others with dignity and respect and lives with the consequences of their actions.
Bill Durkin goes through the base counter and tight end counters he runs and how to be successful in doing so. He demonstrates how in the Counter, the backside guard pulls and kicks out the first man outside the tackle.
The Counter play can significantly help you run the ball by exposing A & B gaps in both the base counter and TE counter. He also talks about the play versus a variety of fronts such as the odd front, under front and over front. He diagrams each look with a drawing and then follows up with many examples on film.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your offensive line counter today!Views: 2818$14.96
NEW!Saga Tuitele - Inside Zone OL Fundamentals and TechniqueViews: 280$19.95
Army West Point's Offensive Line coach, Saga Tuitele, teaches the techniques and fundamentals that has helped Army's Inside zone run game.Views: 280$19.95
Marcel Quarterman - QB Run Game & RPO`sViews: 1067$19.95
In this course, Coach Marcel Quarterman discusses the QB run game at Kutztown University along with incorporated RPO's. Coach Quarterman discusses their three primary QB runs being Inside Zone Bash, Pin & Pull, and QB Draw. He shows a variety of film clips that cover multiple defensive looks and offensive variations.Views: 1067$19.95
Isaiah Walker- WR Play- Meetings, Drills, and PracticeViews: 282$19.95
Receivers Coach from Georgia Southern, Isaiah Walker, discusses the importance of utilizing meetings and fall camp. He goes in depth about the drills he implements to make his wide receivers more explosive and impactful.Views: 282$19.95
Rob Likens - WR Getting the Room Right/ It all Starts with the VertsViews: 363$19.95
In the clinic, "WR Getting the Room Right/ It all Starts with the Verts" Miami Hurricanes receiver coach Rob Likens shares the keys to developing a successful wide receiver room, then goes into the details of four verticals for receivers.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First & Goal Foundation.Views: 363$19.95
Mack Brown | Program Building, Culture, and LeadershipViews: 3742$19.95
Coach Mack Brown discusses some of the most important factors in creating and maintaining a successful program. Leadership, decision making, winning, and creating an edge for his team are all critical to their success, both on and off the field.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First & Goal Foundation.Views: 3742$19.95
Justin Stovall - Kickoff ReturnViews: 377$19.95
Coach Justin Stovall of Columbia University teaches us his philosophy, plays, and execution of the Colombia kickoff return. He breaks down each block and illustrates both proper execution and poor technique to teach what makes a successful kick return.Views: 377$19.95
Pete Lembo -Special Teams OrganizationViews: 462$19.95
Coach Pete Lembo is respected around the country as one of the most knowledgable and successful special teams coaches at the college level. In this clinic he shares his keys for effective special organization including fundamentals and drills to win on special teams.Views: 462$19.95
NEW!Jarred Holley- Safeties Teaching Progression & DrillsViews: 228$19.95
Albany Passing Game Coordinator/Safeties Coach, Jarred Holley, shares his philosophies and ways to teach progression. As well as breaking down game film and drills.Views: 228$19.95
NEW!Mike Ryan- Maine 3rd Down DefenseViews: 336$19.95
Defensive Coordinator Mike Ryan of the University of Maine teaches the importance of Philosophy and Identity for a defense. He shares the details of Maine's 3rd Down Defense structure including nickel and dime package pressures and coverage.Views: 336$19.95
NEW!Don Dobes- Dartmouth LB FundamentalsViews: 438$19.95
They are consistently one of the best defenses and tackling teams in the Ivy and it starts with the linebacker corps. Dan Dobes, Dartmouth Defensive Coordinator, teaches the drills he uses to focus on Linebacker fundamentals. From block destruction and run stopping to pass defense and blitzing, Dobes details all of the fundamentals and the drills he uses to teach his players to perform at an elite level.Views: 438$19.95
Cortney Braswell - Cover 6 DefenseViews: 1740$19.95
Cover 6 Defense
When an offensive team prefers to put its backside receiver on the weak side, Cover 6 is a great coverage to utilize. When the defense is in 3x1 sets, this will allow the defense to cloud cover the backside receiver.
What is a Cover 6 defense?
On Cover 6, the defensive strength should be assigned to the Field instead of the offensive formation or front line, and personnel should be arranged by player on the Field side and the player on the boundary side. During Cover 6, the field safety and corner positions cover four quarters of the field, with the outside linebacker supporting underneath. Cover 6 defense is a weak ( boundary ) reduction, a mixture of cover 2 & 4. This coverage is commonly used in today's modern day football.
This Cover 6 combines the strong safety of the Cover 2 (that covers the field on half of the side) with the cover 4 of the opposite side. This particular coverage is widely used on both collegiate and professional levels because of its advantages.
As mentioned, Cover 6 combines the best of Cover 2 and Cover 4. On the boundary, Cover 6 uses a Cover 2 corner. The boundary corner is in excellent position to cover outside runs and flat passes. The safety stays far above the line to support the boundary corner on any deep pass. The field corner plays a deep coverage, reads the no. 1 wide receiver and plays all outside patterns. The Cover 6 is also good for calling a corner blitz from the weak side, and having the linebacker cover flats instead.
If you're looking to incorporate this coverage into your defense and do it with success. You found what you've been looking for. Introducing,
**Cortney Brawell’s Cover 6 Defense**
In this course, Army’s assistant defensive coach Cortney Brawell discusses his incorporation on the Cover 6 and its variations. He breaks down 2x2’s and in game examples, as well as the slow 3x1, fast 3x1 and the stretch. Everything you need to play an effective Cover 6 defense.Views: 1740$19.95
NEW!Brian Hess - Make Gains In-SeasonViews: 671$19.95
In this course, Brian Hess, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach of the UNC Tarheels football team, dives into
In season training
Travel Lifts Examples
& Non Travel Lifts ExamplesViews: 671$19.95
NEW!Kevin Lewis - Philosophy, Technique and Play of the 4i Defensive EndViews: 749$19.95
The Tite front is popular throughout every level of football now, and while most know how to align in it, little has been shared on coaching the 4i defensive end until now. Furman University Defensive Line Coach, Kevin Lewis, shares the philosophy behind utilizing the 4i and breaks down reactions and techniques for defensive lineman.Views: 749$19.95
NEW!Paul Shaffner Colgate - Runners & Hitters: Colgate DefenseViews: 331$19.95
In this course, Paul Shaffner, Assistant Football Coach and Co-Defensive Coordinator of Colgate College, goes in depth on the drills, tackling form, and turnover creation techniques, as well as how he runs his defensive practice.Views: 331$19.95
NEW!Matt Hachmann - Stony Brook Linebacker Fundamentals & DrillsViews: 367$19.95
In this course, Matt Hachmann, Defensive Coordinator and Linebacker coach of Towson University goes in deph on the drills, fundamentals, and techniques he enstills in his linebacker core including:
Footwork for the run
Footwork for the pass
& 4 drillsViews: 367$19.95
NEW!Noah Joseph - Texas 1st & 2nd Down PressuresViews: 703$19.95
Most coordinators dial up pressure on third down. Pressure on 1st and 2nd can take the offense off schedule and allow the defense to mix up what they do on third down. In this course, Noah Joseph, Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties, teaches 1st and 2nd down pressure package they utilized while at Texas on his previous stop.Views: 703$19.95
Brent Pry - 5 Man PressureViews: 1446$14.96
Penn State Pressure
What has made Penn State a top defensive team? It's simple, their use of the 5 Man Pressure has landed them amongst the top ranks of the collegiate level. Penn State is a blitz first team and they've used pressure with high success.
What is Pressure Defense?
Pressure defense is a strategy implemented by Defensive coordinators where linebackers and defensive backs play essentially on the line of scrimmage resulting in players often rushing the the quarterback.
Incorporating the 5 Man Pressure.
There are a variety of zone pressure coverages as well as Man Pressure. In order to implement this strategy, you must understand the concept of the blitz. It's a five-man pressure that utilizes an edge blitz by the linebackers and simple line movement. Each pressure within this front has a name and is different to one another because of its assignments. 5 Man Pressures are great on early downs because they are usually gap sound.
Using the 5 Man Pressure correctly can immensely upgrade your defense and give you an advantage over opposing teams. Learn from one of the best.
Introducing Penn State's Brent Pry!
**5 MAN PRESSURE TRAINING**
Penn State’s Defensive Coordinator Brent Pry teaches the 5 man pressures. He breaks down in great depth the use of the weak and strong zone pressures. In addition, Pry details his use of the Man Pressure from the boundary and its various packages, giving you everything you need to perfect the blitz.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First and Goal Foundation.Views: 1446$14.96
NEW!Quarterback Play & Pass Game Organization | Nick SheridanViews: 360$19.95
Coach Nick Sheridan talks on all things quarterbacks: mechanics, fundamentals, and how to set him up for success in the passing game.Views: 360$19.95
NEW!Allan Moore - Otterbein 3-4 Tight / Reduce FrontViews: 1197$19.95
Stopping the downhill run
What is the 3-4 Tite front and why has it gotten so popular?
Offenses across the country have developed their game and defenses are following steadily. The tite front is defensive coordinators answers to offensive coordinators’ run pass option game that has taken over the game.
Teams professionally as well as collegiate have implemented this front with success.
Otterbein assistant head coach and defensive coordinator Allan Moore has utilized it as well, running it for over a decade. He's developed the answers and wrinkles you need to shut down offenses successfully.
It effectively makes it difficult on the offensive line to execute their scheme. One of an offensive coordinator's main priorities is how to get the ball in the end zone the fastest, which is north and south. The goal of the Tite front is to plug up the inside gaps and force offenses to run laterally before they get downhill.
There are many benefits of this formation. In a Tite front, the B gaps are closed. The gaps that are open are the C gaps outside the offensive tackles. This allows Linebackers to have time to commit to stopping the downhill run thus taking them out of conflict. It also works with multiple coverages.
Implement this technique with Allan Moore’s
3-4 Tite Front / Reduce Front Training
In this course, Otterbein Assistant Head Coach - Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Allen Moore dives into why and how to run the 3-4 Tight/Reduced Front. How to execute adjustments & ways to implement it in your system. If you are looking for a front that shuts down the run, then this is it.
Click the ‘Book This Course’, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!Views: 1197$19.95
NEW!Scott Brisson - Vertical Pass Game and Compliments off of itViews: 397$19.95
Coach Scott Brisson shows how to approach and implement the vertical pass game. Breaking down the variations, compliments and game film.Views: 397$19.95
Benjamin Albert - Duke Defensive LineViews: 455$19.95
5 things in 5 Seconds
Success on the field can be determined within the first 5 seconds of a snap.
The average play is 5 seconds long and you must accomplish these 5 things no matter what the call is, no matter what position you are in.
The “55” is universal. It is a Blue Devil’s mantra. It is representative of not only how they attack the game, but life. It is one of the main pillars of David Cutcliff’s culture at Duke, and it is preached by his coaching staff and lived by his players.
What are these 5 things that must happen every 5 second play? Here they are:
Alignment- As a defensive player, generally the captain yells out adjustments and the remaining players align themselves accordingly and it's crucial to the play's success.
Assignment- Each player has a designated assignment that they must obtain. Failing to do so can lead to the offense taking advantage of the let down.
Effort- No play can be successful without effort. It's tremendously important to give everything you have on every down and every snap.
Execution- Successfully completing the top 3 will not only benefit the individual but the team as a whole. It leads to opportunities for teammates. Collapsing the pocket, making the QB scramble, force a bad throw etc.
Finish- Coaches preach about always finishing the play until the whistle blows. Make the tackle, get a sack, force a fumble, force an interception or incomplete pass.
Among the “55 philosophy” there are many drills that can help your defense line execute the 5 things in 5 seconds. From blocking techniques to pass rush game film and Inside/outside reads. Introducing Benjamin Albert!
**DUKE DEFENSIVE LINE PLAY TRAINING**
In this course, Coach Benjamin Albert, defensive line coach of Duke University, goes in depth in the alignment, assignment, and defensive line drill he uses while he coaches.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense line today!Views: 455$19.95
Brennan Marion - Using the Duo Backfield Set to Stress the DefenseViews: 3142$19.95
“The Go-Go Offense”
What is the Go-Go Offense?
The Go-Go Offense is an uptempo, no huddle, downhill run game offense that takes advantage of the full field and match-ups.
Two running backs next to the quarterback on the right, three receivers out wide. Brennan Marion says, “you can run every run play that’s ever been created in football.” Incorporate in some unbalanced formations and a dash of tempo, and you’ll have the defense on their toes. Statistics have shown great improvement when running this formation.
This may not look like a normal spread set; it's a very odd set with a bizarre look but it's successful. With three receivers stretching the defense horizontally. In the play, one of the RBs in the backfield goes out for a pass as soon as the ball is snapped, while the other RB is involved in a play action pass with the quarterback.
Teams across the country have picked up the go go offense as an option and maybe you should too.
Introducing Brennan Marions Masterclass
**DUO BACKFIELD SET- GO GO OFFENSE TRAINING**
Pitt wide receivers coach Brennan Marion has made the “ Duo formation” famous. Putting two backs next to each other puts a different stressor on the defense and helps the offense find the advantage. Coach Marion discusses the duo and how to apply it to your offense as well as different inside zone variations. He gives a detailed breakthrough on the entirety of the wide zone. Everything in this 13 video training will make your offense Go-Go.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running!
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First & Goal Foundation.Views: 3142$19.95
NEW!Chris Fee - Long Term Development of Speed, Power and StrengthViews: 197$19.95
In this course, Chris Fee, Head Strength Conditioning Coach/Assistant Director of Athletics of Sacred Heart University goes in deph on their strength and conditioning design plan, athletic performance, speed development, and their testing of athletes.Views: 197$19.95
AJ Cooper - Defensive Line FundamentalsViews: 314$19.95
Disruption is production
There is a saying in Football, disruption is production.
Quarterbacks are the most important, they run the show. However, the second-most important person must be the guy who gets to the quarterback. Pass rushers have the ability to create a threat off the edge and punish the quarterback which changes the dynamics of the game.
Edge rushers are highly valued because they possess the potential to stop drives by taking away today's most dangerous weapon: the passing game. They are amongst the most talented groups. Edge rushers are the cream of the crop.
Pass rushers often collapse the pocket, forcing the quarterback to scramble and force a bad throw. A play where a QB takes a hard hit in the pocket while throwing downfield is likely to lead to a better result for the secondary. Because elite rushers have had such an impact on the game, teams have shifted their focus on mobile QBs.
It is a high priority more than ever for an organization to build an effective pass rush.
Introducing AJ Cooper.
DEFENSIVE LINE FUNDAMENTALS TRAINING
Former COWBOYS defensive run-game coordinator Coach AJ Cooper introduces fundamental drills and schemes that he implements for his defensive line and how they can directly translate it onto the field. This course includes a variation of spinning drills, set points, 1 on 1's and game film. Everything you need in this 27 video course to make your pass rush unstoppable.
“Book this course” will give you unlimited access to the training. You’ll be on your way to creating an elite edge rush defense!Views: 314$19.95
Craig Stutzmann- Developing base and Complementary pass ConceptsViews: 833$19.95
Develop base & pass concepts
What are pass concepts?
Pass concepts are a variety of route combinations run by wide receivers, Running backs and tight ends. Many of which can be incorporated in run pass options. Passing concepts are designed to get a defender to bite on a route, allowing the receiver to run behind and make a big play, If not the receiver would look to catch a pass underneath. Also known as the anchor passing concept.
What is the Run n Shoot system?
The Run and Shoot system uses a formation consisting of one running back and usually four wide receivers. The run and shoot offense is a flexible offense that can adjust "on the fly," with the receivers constantly changing their routes in response to defensive coverage and the play of the defensive players in front of them
The philosophy of the run n shoot is a counter based passing offense that is built on route. They must make adjustments to take advantage of every coverage's weakness. Spread out the defense to identify front, coverage and pressure. Essentially forces the defense to defend the entire field.
It’s like the Bruce Lee quote. “Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way around or through it. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things will disclose themselves”.Your offense becomes like water and takes the form it needs to to defeat your opponent. A concept practiced and incorporated with success.
Introducing Washington State's Craig Stutzmann
**Develop base & pass concepts training**
Coach Craig Stutzmann discusses his philosophy of the Run N’ Shoot. He shares his thoughts of the passing game and how developing different layers of every concept can create complementary pieces in the passing game. As well as an in depth look into running various routes against different coverages and off season preparation. Stutzmann takes a simple philosophy that creates a complex attack for the defense to defend by building one thing off of another. Lastly, how to understand your personnel. He introduces the “KYP” - know your personnel. How to identify which guy can win which routes vs what type of coverage.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Begin improving your offense today!Views: 833$19.95
NEW!Victor Santa Cruz - Hawaii, Relating for ResultsViews: 155$19.95
In this course, assistant coach Victor Santa Cruz of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, goes in depth on how he guides the players and staff on relating for results, making a bigger difference. He covers
& ConflictViews: 155$19.95
NEW!Rob Sgarlata - MAGIS: Daily Improvement through Practice OrganizationViews: 106$19.95
Coach Rob Sgarlata talks about MAGIS and how he uses practice organization to have daily improvements throughout the entire year.Views: 106$19.95
NEW!Jess Simpson, Miami Hurricanes - Lead & TeachViews: 676$19.95
In this course, Jess Simpson, former Defensive Line Coach of the Atlanta Falcons, now Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Line Coach at the University of Miami, goes into how to lead your program with the following topics:
Focus & Perspectives
& Off Season Development
He shares his methods developed through the limitations placed on teams in the 2020 season that led to better individualized coaching. Clinic includes video examples of the different teaching tools which coach uses to develop each individual in his position group.
If you want to strengthen relationships and develop the players to their potential, this course gives you the template.Views: 676$19.95
NEW!Bill Reiss- Lackawanna DL Games From Odd & Bear FrontsViews: 268$19.95
Lackawanna College Defensive Coodinator, Bill Reiss, goes over defensive schemes, game plans and a variety of coverages Lackawanna uses to create pressure on the opposing offense.Views: 268$19.95
NEW!Steven Ciocci - Bryant Uncovered/Covered Techniques In Zone-Gap CombosViews: 591$19.95
In this course, Offensive Line & Run Game Coordinator Steven Ciocci, goes in depth on zone and gap combos ran at Bryant University. As well as Mover Technique and rock-back technique. All the fundamentals to have a powerful OL.Views: 591$19.95
NEW!Gabe Infante - RB Fundamentals and DrillsViews: 360$19.95
Coach Gabe Infante talks about the fundamentals for ball secruity and the drills he uses to directly relate to the game. He teaches footwork, cuts, ball security and phases of a running play for the running back. This course gives the details you need to maximize your running back play.Views: 360$19.95
Geoff Collins: Program Building, Culture & LeadershipViews: 626$19.95
Georgia Tech Head Football Coach Geoff Collins uses motivational quotes and personal past experiences to break down the importance of program development, character building, and the emphasis on invisioning success.
Collins' insight into becoming a major football powerhouse from different offseason and academic requirements make this a valuable course for coaches, players, and scouts.Views: 626$19.95
NEW!Spencer Brown - Dartmouth Basic Training: Protocols For New PlayersViews: 211$19.95
In this course, Spencer Brown, Dartmouth's Holekamp Family Director of Strength & Conditioning, goes in deph on their football program protocols for first year players. Included is:
& NutritionViews: 211$19.95
Dave Aranda - Lessons for a 1st Year Head CoachViews: 830$14.96
Coach Aranda discusses lessons learned during his first year as head coach at Baylor. This course will help the new head coach better understand his new role as leader of his program.Views: 830$14.96