Staff

Scott Jazdzewski – Harrison High School (GA)

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,

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Robert Ingram – North Cobb High School (GA)

A native of South Georgia, Robert Ingram has been in the coaching profession for 21 years. After serving as a coordinator on both sides of the ball for 12 years, Robert moved to the metro Atlanta area and became the head coach at Riverwood High School in 2008. In his six year tenure, Ingram introduced the Flexbone option offensive scheme that broke the school record for points in a season for five consecutive years. After losing in triple overtime to the eventual region champion in week 10 of 2012, which eliminated Riverwood from a state playoff appearance, Riverwood started the 2013 season on a six game win streak for the first time in school history. The state playoff berth of 2013 was only the 2nd in the 45+ year history of the school. During his time at Riverwood, Ingram mentored 36 student athletes who went on to play college football. Robert is the current Offensive Line coach at North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia helping guide the North Cobb offense to a 10-3 record and quarterfinal appearance in the Georgia High School Football State Playoffs.

Ingram comes from a family of football coaches and educators. His father, Alan Ingram, was a coach for 43 years. The senior Ingram was most recently the head coach at Seminole County High School in Donalsonville, Georgia where he became the schools winningest high school coach and was the first to win a Region Championship, while claiming four and taking Seminole County to the state quarterfinals on three different occasions. Robert’s brother, Ashley Ingram, is the running game coordinator at Navy while beginning his 10th year leading the Navy rushing offense.. The Ingram boys’ sister, Christy Ingram Croom, is in education as well, teaching in Seminole County.  Sue, Coach Ingram’s mother, has been a nurse for more than 40 years.

During his college playing career, Ingram was a linebacker at Cumberland University in Tennessee where he helped propel the Bulldogs to their first playoff appearance in school history. Prior to that, Ingram played at the University of North Alabama and was a four year letterman in football, basketball and baseball at Miller County High School in Colquitt, Georgia.

Rick Martin – Riverside High School (SC)

Coach Martin, Riverside High School (Greer), enters the 2017 season with 19 years of experience coaching varsity football in South Carolina, including 13 years as an offensive coordinator. He played varsity football at Daniel High School where he was a member of the 1992 AAA State Championship team. He has been fortunate enough to coach in 3 state championship games, including being a member of the staff for the 2008 4A Division II State Championship team at South Pointe High School (Rock Hill) that finished the season 15-0 and ranked # 2 in the country. Coach Martin has been an offensive coordinator for five seasons in a flex bone, option offense. These teams have had a large amount of success, averaging around 40 points per game, making the playoffs each season, winning two region titles, and appearing in one state title game. He is married to the former Mary Nowell from Walhalla and the Martins have two sons, Charlie and Corbin.

Noland Easton – Roosevelt High School (CO)

Noland E. Eastin

I coach and Teach at Roosevelt High School, in Johnstown Colorado – Currently a Physical Education teacher and head Strength Coach.

2000-2003- Defensive Backs Coach (RHS)

2003-2009- Defensive Coord/Special Teams Coord. (RHS)

2010-2017-Head Football Coach/Offensive Coord. (RHS)

We began working with the Flexbone Association back in 2010. We have been running the flex the  past eight seasons.  In those eight seasons we have won the league title five times, and qualified for the state playoffs seven times.  We also played for the State Championship in 2015.  Our success is directly related to our decision to install the Flexbone offense back in 2010.

Playing Career-  Played football at the University Of Northern Colorado from 1995-1999.  Member of the back to Back Division II national Championship teams in 1996 and 1997.  Three year starter as a Defensive Back and return Specialists.  Special teams Player of the year in 1998.

Personal-  My Dad (HOF Ed Eastin) coached High School football for 40 years in Colorado.  Have a twin brother(Nathan), brother(Chad) and Sister(Shani).  I live in Johnstown Colorado and am happily Married to Yadira.  We have 2 children- Ryder(10) and Rayana(5) and a dog(RICO).  On my free time I enjoys Golf, Skiing and spending time with family and friends.

Chris Seabolt – Greenwood High School (KY)

Coach Seabolt is a graduate of Edmonson County High School & Western Kentucky University.  He has coached & taught for 18 years at a variety of school in south central Kentucky.  He is currently the head coach at Greenwood High School in Bowling Green, Kentucky.   He has been fortunate enough to have been part of two state championship teams & worked as an offensive coordinator in a flexbone option offense for nine seasons.  He is married to the former Tabby Smith & together they have three children, Cady, Dylan & Corbin.

Scot Clodfelter – Beavercreek High School (OH)

Coach Clodfelter is a graduate of Bethel High School and Wright State University. He has coached and taught for 26 years at various schools in Southwest Ohio. He is currently the Head Coach at his alma mater Bethel High School in Tipp City Ohio. He has received many Coach of the Year honors throughout his career He is known for turning below average programs around into winning programs. He is considered one of the best triple option coaches in the state of Ohio. He has spoken at many clinics and installed the triple for multiple schools. He keeps it simple but complex for opponents, by incorporating tempo and no-huddle.

Matt McLeod – Lafayette High School (VA)

I have been a football coach for 25 years. I’m currently the offensive coordinator at Lafayette High School in Williamsburg, VA. I’ve coached for 18 years in college at Clemson, Memphis, N.C. State and William & Mary. I’ve also been a high school head coach at Deep Run and Grafton High Schools.

I played high school football at D.W. Daniel High School in South Carolina, winning two state championships under coach Alan Sitterle

Brian Pulaski – Cardinal Newman High School (FL)

Coach Brian Pulaski is originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, and played college football at Jacksonville University where he was a Linebacker and Tight End and earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education. He is going into his  second year as Head Football Coach, fourth year as the Physical Education teacher and fifth year total coaching for the Cardinal Newman Football program where he spent the first three years as the Defensive Coordinator and set 13 school defensive records and helped the team earn the 2013 3-A District 7 Championship reach the second round of the playoffs and a playoff appearance in  2014.  As the head coach for the football the team had a 6-4 record and competed in the FHSAA playoffs in his first year as head coach in 2016. Coach Pulaski also serves as the Head Wrestling Coach (2016 1A-District 13 Champions) and Head Weightlifting Coach.

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