Two platoon football has been a divisive concept in high school football over the last decade or more. Do you specialize players on one side of the ball, or keep the best players on the field at all times?
There’s a lot to the issue. And while there is not as much argument about two platoon football anymore, there is still a lot to consider.
My feelings on two platoon football are not a secret, either. But I see the advantages. And disadvantages. That’s what this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast is all about.
What is the best football defense for my team to run? I hear that question a lot. But there’s no easy answer.
In Season 9 of The Football Coaching Podcast we’re answering the most common questions I’ve heard over the last decade. And this question about the best football defense is one of the most popular.
Check out this episode for a look into some of the biggest myths and misunderstandings about defensive football. After listening, you’ll be ready to push ahead coaching your defense with confidence.
Coaches are always trying to find ways to spice up practice, like running fun football drills. Little things that make practice more like a game.
Wait a minute. We have to come up with cute ways to make football practice seem like a game?
There’s a problem here.
This episode of The Football Coaching Podcast looks at how to cure boring football practices. Fun football drills to spice things up, why that is insane, and how to make your players enjoy practice time so they come back for more.
It’s all in this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast!
The failures of your football scout team are the bane of every coach’s existence. You’re trying to prepare your starters to play a top opponent. That scout team is ruining everything, though.
Football scout teams don’t have to equal misery. But you have to put them in a position to succeed. We have a plan for that, and I’m going to share it with you in this episode.