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Greenwood High School, KY (Assistant Coaches Needed)

Greenwood (KY) Is looking for assistant coaches. Chris Seabolt has run camps for me in the past, and I consider him a great friend. He’d be a great guy to work with. Greenwood High School located in Bowling Green Kentucky is looking for offensive assistant coaches for the upcoming season. We are a 5A school […]

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When to Run Trap

A quality Flexbone coordinator has to understand how plays fit together. The Flexbone is a system offense. You need to have Counter Option in your arsenal. There are two adjustments that you need to have to be sure you can effectively run Counter Option.  One is the Eagle adjustment, the other is Trap.  We often […]

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Don’t Enable Your Quarterback

 Make your Quarterback run the Triple Option and Midline Triple Option. You and your Quarterback have to be comfortable with this player being responsible for two defenders on each and every snap. It does take time to work. Executing Triple Option on Friday’s requires hours of work before hand. If you aren’t comfortable investing this much time in […]

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Here is Just a Sample

This is a small sample (3:30 minutes of 45 minutes of Module Three) of what the Flexbone Association Academy is — the most comprehensive Triple Option Flexbone Offense learning tool devised for the marketplace. No aspect of the offense will be left uncovered. In over 40 hours of instruction (video, practice film, game film, diagrams) you […]

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The Brotherhood: Navy Football Episode 14

 

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The Death of Expertise?

A few weeks back I read an article called “The Death of Expertise”. The inferences the author made were very eye opening, have stuck with me, and compelled me to write this piece. In the age we live in anyone with about a hundred dollars, an internet connection and some time on their hands can pass themselves […]

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Why I Don’t Like Clinics, and You Shouldn’t Either

This past weekend I went to the Nike Coach of the Year Clinic in Atlanta with my good friends Robert and Alan Ingram, along with the rest of Robert’s staff. After sitting in traffic inexplicably near the Georgia state line for almost two and a half hours, I finally made it to metro Atlanta at […]

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