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The Navy Way

The Navy Way As told by Navy Assistant Football Coaches Ivin Jasper, Mick Yokitis, and Mike Judge “No Excuses—Nobody Cares” The coaching staff is all in, all one, and all positive through the process. Players and coaches accept the triple option and discipline-based football as the way to win football games. The offensive philosophy is […]

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The Columbia Tribune Interviews Scott Jazdzewski in 2009 Before the Texas Bowl

By DAVE MATTER (from December 28, 2009) As residents of Spread Offense Central — i.e., the Big 12 Conference — Missouri’s defensive coaches and players have spent the last three weeks acquainting themselves with Navy’s flexbone formations in preparation for Thursday’s Texas Bowl. In essence, Navy’s flexbone mixes concepts of the wishbone and run-and-shoot offenses and lives […]

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Intangible Traits Your Flexbone Quarterback Must Possess

The quarterback is the single most important catalyst for the Flexbone Offense to be successful. There are certain characteristics your quarterback will need. Many of these can be trained into the quarterback. Some cannot. The guidance you provide your quarterback through his decision making process is vital. Your program needs to develop these quarterbacks from […]

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Flexbone Quarterback Development Considerations

The Relationship With Your Quarterback As stated briefly last week, the Quarterback has to be your natural extension on the field. The relationship you build with this one player will define your season. As your quarterback goes, so goes your offense. You must be willing to train and lead this young man as if he […]

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Your Quarterback and the Decision Making Process

The ability to make the decisions to execute an offense is the true measure of a quarterback. Quarterbacking is decision-making, and this skill is heightened in the Flexbone Offense. The quarterbacks’ decisions win or lose football games. Regardless of the style of an offense a coach designs, it has no chance of success unless the […]

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