For the final Football Coaching Podcast of 2017, I wanted to talk about the football coaching lessons I learned this year.
I sat down and started hammering out a list. It’s a good list. Learned a lot this year.
Unfortunately, several of the things on this list are football coaching lessons I have learned many times before. And just seem to forget them.
So for you, and for me, this year’s list is not only on The Football Coaching Podcast, but you can also download my 10 Football Coaching Lessons Learned in the box above.
I’ll be pinning it up on the wall somewhere, and hopefully looking at it. Before I make the same mistakes again.
Do you need your 4-2-5 Defense to dominate? Take a deeper look at one that has already done it.
We’re going deep into the pages of the 1999 TCU 4-2-5 Defense Playbook. This playbook was used when Gary Patterson was still the Defensive Coordinator for the Horned Frogs.
It’s a great playbook to look at for any football coach. But 4-2-5 Defense coaches should be intimately familiar with it.
I’ll point out what you should take from it, and what you should probably leave alone. And a few things that I’d like to steal, but haven’t done it yet!
Your defense must be ready to stop any RPO the offense can run at you.
Getting your defense ready to defend Run-Pass Options isn’t as hard as other coaches will make it sound. At least, the X’s and O’s side of things isn’t so hard.
In this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast, I’ll give you a plan for shutting down RPO’s with your 4-2-5 Defense. Just by running your base scheme.
Plus, I’m going to share the 5 Keys to Defending RPO’s that every defense must follow. If you can take care of these pieces, your defense will be ready to shut down any RPO.