Archive | January, 2014

Citadel Tabs Lenoir-Rhyne’s Mike Houston as Next Head Coach

In a strange twist, Lenoir-Rhyne University announced today that Mike Houston will be The Citadel’s new football coach. A Citadel official said that no announcement from The Citadel is likely until Thursday. The Post and Courier reported Tuesday night that Houston had agreed to become the Bulldogs’ new coach, replacing Kevin Higgins, who resigned on […]

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What Motivates You: Autonomy

As a husband, father, coach, teacher and business owner, I am always looking for ways to improve. I’m sure you are as well, otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this. A book I heard about several months ago, and finally decided to pick up during the Christmas break is Drive by Daniel Pink. The premise of […]

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Can Georgia Southern Survive Without the Option?

I saw this article today. It speculates that Brent Pry (Vanderbilt) is a leading candidate at Georgia Southern. It brings up several interesting points. I think Ivin Jasper is the best candidate they can hire. By Donald Heath Georgia Southern’s coaching search will be winding down with the completion of college football. And many of the […]

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Triple Option Errors: The Skill Positions

Click here for a previous article for Triple Option Errors: Offensive Line 1. Receiver is unable to identify if the coverage is Cover 2. Identifying coverage is one of the most important tasks Wide Receivers and A-Backs must master. Against Cover 2, the A-back blocks the corner and the WR blocks the safety coming over […]

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Have You Seen Our Testimonials?

As I’ve stated before, I lost a good portion of the testimonials last fall when I had some website issues. I’ve recovered what I’ve been able to, and added two new ones from this past year. Take a look. 

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The Art of War: Initial Estimations

The Art of War is the definiatve work of military strategy and tactics of the ancient East. The text was first translated into Western languages in 1772 (French), and into English in 1910. In more modern times, the book has influenced U.S. General Douglas MacArthur. The Art of War is listed on the Marine Corps Professional Reading Program […]

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FLEXBONE ASSOCIATION TOP FIVE ARTICLES FROM DECEMBER 2013

As rated by number of hits (Click for Links) Why You Shouldn’t Mesh  – December 6th  Use the Load Scheme as an Alternate Against 4-3 Defenses – December 16th  The Definative Guide to Zone Dive: Part Two – Blocking Techniques – December 11th How to Attack the 4-3 Under Defense Part Two – December 13th  Triple […]

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