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coaching high school football

February 3, 2010

Athletes Face Felony Charges After Hazing

Two football players from Huntley Project High School (Mont.) are facing felony charges for striking a younger player with a piece of wood. The assault was part of a hazing incident.http://www.usatoday.com/sports/preps/football/2010-01-06-montana-fel...


February 3, 2010

After 44 Years, Kentucky’s Winningest Football Coach Retires

Bob Schneider, the head football coach at Newport Central Catholic and the all-time leader in wins in Kentucky high school football history, is retiring after 44 years. He cited health concerns as the reason. Schneider, 72, had open-heart surgery in ...


February 3, 2010

2nd Winningest Football Coach In N.J. Coming Out Of Retirement

Warren Wolf, who has a career coaching record of 361-122-11 in 51 seasons as a head football coach in New Jersey, is coming out of retirement to coach Lakewood High.http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2010/01/legendary_brick_high_school_fo.html...


February 3, 2010

Organizing and Administering Football’s Off-Season Program

Stay competitiveThe advent of the New Year means it’s time for football coaches to formulate and implement their off-season programs.Many high school coaches are already well into their winter workouts and taking advantage of this critical time...


January 29, 2010

Football: Talladega High School’s ‘Magnum’ defense

Talladega High School's "Magnum" defensive package presents a 4-3 look (DIAGRAM 1) with variations consisting of one front, two coverages and six blitzes. DIAGRAM 1 DIAGRAM 2 shows how simple it is to derive one of its most popula...


January 29, 2010

Football: Stack 3-3 zone blitzes

The Stack 3-3 Zone Blitzes in Effect To combat the rising tide of spread offenses, many colleges and high schools are adopting the 3-3-5 or 3-5-3 defense. The 3-3’s flexibility and adaptability can help pressure the passers and c...


January 29, 2010

Smoke The Defense

It’s third and long, an obvious pass situation for your team. Or it’s first and 10 for your pass-oriented team. Your opponent is coming with a heavy rush, including blitzes and stunts, to pressure the quarterback. There are more rushers t...


January 29, 2010

Quarterbacking: “The Ritual”

The Quarterbacking “Ritual” can easily become a 20-30 minute practice routine, as well as being reduced/condensed to a pre-game routine.This is something we work on at every practice. As the season goes on, I reduce the repetitions and sp...