Archive | November, 2013

The Brotherhood: Navy Football Episode 10

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Navy Football Motivational: The San Jose State Game

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Georgia Tech Offense: Death by 1,000 cuts

Garrison Smith is prepared for the inevitable and knows what he has to do against Georgia Tech on Saturday — something Florida’s defenders struggled to accomplish in last Saturday’s upset loss against a similar Georgia Southern offense.  “You’ve just got to use your hands and keep [the offensive linemen] off your legs. That’s what you’ve got […]

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Game Day Responsibilities: (A-Backs Coach)

After personally running over three dozen camps and working with over 100 schools in the last few years as an association, one of the biggest areas coaches require assistance is how to call the offense, and how to utilize your assistant coaches on game day. An intimate understanding of the complete offense is paramount, but all that work […]

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Managing the Utility of Rocket Toss: Part One

Yesterday I wrote briefly about the basics of Rocket Toss. The Rocket Toss has been widely used after its incorporation into the Flexbone Offense.  The toss is now seen as sort of a poor man’s elixir for bad offense. Although I have not analyzed every single Navy or Georgia Tech snap this season, I did […]

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The Basics of Rocket Toss

Since it’s incorporation into the Flexbone Offense, the Toss or Rocket Toss depending on the nomenclature you use, has become one of the staple plays of the offense. One that is essential to any Flexbone attack. Initially it’s imperative that we explain what the Toss is and why it’s used. A future series of articles will […]

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Navy Football Deserves Salute for Success under Niumatalolo and Johnson

There probably weren’t a lot of people paying attention in the wee hours of Saturday morning when Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds scored his seventh touchdown of the game to give Navy a wild, 58-52 triple-overtime victory over San Jose State. Those numbers — seven touchdowns and 58 points — sound more like an Xbox game than actual football, but they’re […]

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