With the rise of the Oregon Ducks and the success of their fast-paced hurry up no huddle zone read attack many high school programs who have built a spread offense have followed suit and based those offenses around inside zone; however, some schools have taken a different approach and have built their offenses around gap … Continue reading Offseason Film Study Spread Offense Gap Schemes Article 1: The Power Read
As time passes and technology infuses itself more into our game there are also an increasing number of people willing to share what they know, and they are turning to a variety of different methods to share their knowledge. There are websites like this one, a variety of YouTube channels (I'll share some of my … Continue reading Coaching Podcast Reviews
At Clarkston our base plays are inside and outside zone. Everything that we do in our offense is built around these two plays and protecting them. In this video I discuss the rules that we teach to our linemen as well as a few of the different variations that we run.
This year with my JV team on Clarkston I was blessed to have one of the best QBs I have ever had the privilege of coaching at any level including back when I was a varsity OC. We also had a pretty good receiving corps. It became evident during 7 on 7 over the summer … Continue reading QB Progressions in the 4 Verticals Game
My goal is to be a head coach some time in the near future. I am not there quite yet but am starting to think about these things as I prepare myself for my next step. Both jobs were turnaround jobs. When we got there the players were in cliques, and didn't always really know … Continue reading Some Thoughts On Team Unity
TCU Resources: This folder contains various TCU resources I have found across the web (clinic videos) Saban Pattern Match: Nick Saban on his pattern match cover 3 from back in his time at Michigan State.
I have written several entries about what we do offensively at Clarkston. I am making available the pressbox view of every offensive snap we were involved in last year: the good, the bad, and the ugly. For those of you not familiar with what we do, we are a multiple offense that operates mostly from … Continue reading 2015/2016 Offensive Cutups
In my last article on attacking read coverages like the press quarters style being played at Michigan State or the split field style being played by the defenses at TCU, I looked specifically at what Baylor and Oregon did to these teams with the RPO game. You can see that article here if you have not already … Continue reading Attacking Quarters Coverages
This entry will be used as a place to come for offensive resources. I will Tweet out when I update the resource list. Also, feel free to let me know if you have anything that you think would be good to link to. Ohio State Wide Receiver Manual: Tressel Era 2005 Auburn Tigers Offensive Playbook (Tubberville … Continue reading Offensive Resources
In today's game read coverages have become increasingly popular at both the NCAA level, and the high school level. Made popular by coaches like Patterson at TCU, Saban at Alabama, and Dantonio/Narduzzi in their time at Michigan State, these coverages have been popping up all over the country. Prior to the spread of read coverages, … Continue reading Attacking Read Coverages Article 1: Attacking With RPOs