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Whole, Part, Whole Teaching of the H Counter Concept

By Jacob Knight, Offensive Line Coach, Waverly High School (OH)


In 2017 Waverly High School (OH) ran its H counter concept 48 times and averaged 6.5 yards per carry. It accounted for 20 percent of its run game and was an answer against both tight and loaded boxes...


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“Keeper” and “Creeper” Pressure Concepts to Defend Screens

By Zach Cunningham, Assistant Coach, Spring Valley High School (NV)


How does the keeper and creeper concepts taught by Coach Cunningham help his players react to a variety of screens? Find out here...  


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Creating a Winning Culture in the Off-Season

By Tony Hurps, Defensive Coordinator/Strength & Conditioning, Berne Union High School (OH)


We continue our 21 Hour Program Development series with this article on creating winning culture by finding ways to help your players compete and have fun. Read it here...  


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Cardinal Double Team Technique in Gap Schemes

By Gabe Fertitta, Offensive Coordinator, Catholic High of Baton Rouge


Not many programs run gap schemes like Stanford University, which is why Gabe Fertitta, the offensive coordinator at prep powerhouse Catholic High School (LA) went right to the source when re-working his combination blocks for his power play....


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Whole, Part, Whole Teaching of the H Counter Concept

2018-02-17 13:25:37

By Jacob Knight, Offensive Line Coach, Waverly High School (OH) In 2017 Waverly High School (OH) ran its H counter concept 48 times and averaged 6.5 yards per carry. It accounted for 20 percent of its run game and was an...

“Keeper” and “Creeper” Pressure Concepts to Defend Screens

2018-02-17 13:07:08

By Zach Cunningham, Assistant Coach, Spring Valley High School (NV) How does the keeper and creeper concepts taught by Coach Cunningham help his players react to a variety of screens? Find out here... By Zach CunninghamAssistant CoachSpring Valley High School (NV)Twitter: @CoachCunny Insiders Members: Login...

Creating a Winning Culture in the Off-Season

2018-02-17 12:50:29

By Tony Hurps, Defensive Coordinator/Strength & Conditioning, Berne Union High School (OH) We continue our 21 Hour Program Development series with this article on creating winning culture by finding ways to help your players compete and have fun. Read it here... By...

Cardinal Double Team Technique in Gap Schemes

2018-02-16 18:46:00

By Gabe Fertitta, Offensive Coordinator, Catholic High of Baton Rouge Not many programs run gap schemes like Stanford University, which is why Gabe Fertitta, the offensive coordinator at prep powerhouse Catholic High School (LA) went right to the source when re-working...

Track Blocking the Wide Zone

2018-02-12 21:13:44

By Andrew Coverdale & Mike Kuchar, X&O Labs Research Staff Teaching combos on the zone scheme can get expensive, particularly for tempo offenses that prioritize speed to manipulate defenses. Because of this philosophy- and some inexperience up front- prep powerhouse Trinity...

Lion Coverage vs. Trips

2018-02-12 20:41:00

By Chris Endress, Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary, Seneca High School (MO) RPOs are built to attack the problems in standard trips formation coverages. See how coach Endress has adapted him Lion Coverage to attack trips and confuse QBs. Find out here... By Chris Endress...

Pairing the Peek RPO with Power, Counter and Pin and Pull Runs

2018-02-12 20:15:25

By Pete DeWeese, Offensive Coordinator / QB Coach, Sprayberry High School (GA) See how the Peek concept can be a simple and versitile add to any offensive system. Find out here... By Pete DeWeeseOffensive Coordinator / QB Coach Sprayberry High...

Utilizing Shifts & Motions in Situational Football

2018-02-06 00:30:32

By Brian White, Offensive Coordinator, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (IN) As a tempo offense, Rose-Hulman Institute struggled with keeping rhythm on incomplete passes and short gains. It also found that continuing to play fast while protecting a late lead can allow...

Unbalanced Line Structures in the Spread Offense

2018-02-05 23:58:46

By Thomas Hotmer, Head Coach, Princeton High School (MO) See how Coach Hotmer used his unbalanced concepts to confused defenses and to gain an advantage. Find out here... By Thomas HotmerHead CoachPrinceton High School (MO)Twitter: @coachhotmer, @PrincetonTFbal Insiders Members: Login here to access the full-length...

Defending Tight vs. Wide Bunch Formations

2018-02-05 23:36:11

Michael Donnelly, Cornerback Coach, Michigan Tech University (MI) Bunch formations put particular stresses on a defense. See how Michigan Tech adapts their defense to attack these formations. Find out here... Michael DonnellyCornerback CoachMichigan Tech University (MI)Twitter: @M_Donnelly21 Insiders Members: Login here to access the full-length...

Teaching the Back-Shoulder Fade Route

2018-02-05 15:37:00

By Danny Freund, Wide Receivers Coach, University of North Dakota (ND) North Dakota University threw more back shoulder fades last season than they’re used to, because as wide receiver coach Danny Freund puts it, “we had good size and athleticism, but...

Adapting a 13 Personnel Package for a H.S. Spread Offense

2018-01-28 23:06:57

By Steve Monninger, Head Coach, Norfolk Academy (VA) In his spread offensive system, Steve Monniger at Norfolk Academy (VA) never once used a multiple tight end structure as part of his offensive menu. But two games into last season he found...

 

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