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Founder and Owner of the Flexbone Association. Since 2007 we have provided the tools necessary for teams to succeed running the Flexbone Association System. Over the last ten years over 200 teams have been instructed by the Flexbone Association. I've consulted with teams and or run camps everywhere from Belfair, WA to Key West, FL. The Flexbone Association strives daily to help coaches succeed with this time tested offense, I have been a football coach for 16 seasons, currently at Harrison High School in Kennesaw, GA I played at St. Mary's Springs High School in Fond du Lac, WI under legendary head coach Bob Hyland. I've been fortunate to be part of five state championship teams (1997,1998,2002,2011,2012). In 2011-2012 St. Mary's Springs led the state of Wisconsin in scoring and set consecutive school records for points scored, Psalm 27

Being Himself, Means Being Heisman Worthy


Keenan Reynolds knew his plan seemed a bit far-fetched.

A freshman? Starting? Here? After the grueling plebe summer? Running Navy’s vaunted triple-option?

But all of that didn’t seem far-fetched to the most important person: Reynolds.

“The kid just knows what he wants,” Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper says. “This is my 20th year coaching. I’d never had a freshman play in this offense.”

Reynolds always had been a starting quarterback, at every level, on every team he’d played. Something had to give. And Reynolds didn’t want to leave anything to chance.

Instead of lying on a beach with his buddies, Reynolds spent spring break of his senior year here. He knew exactly what he needed to do to have a shot at that starting spot: He had to learn the option.

“He was everywhere,” Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo says. “He’d sit in meetings, player meetings, coaches meetings. He wasn’t very talkative. I should have known then that this guy was taking everything in. He was observing and soaking everything in, just like a sponge.”

 

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