Much like we started 2022, Joe and Daniel are closing it out with big predictions about upper level football. This time we’re taking on the NCAA, Bowl Season, and the College Football Playoffs!
On this episode, you’ll hear us discuss the current state of the Transfer Portal, our thoughts on NIL and how it’s changing the landscape of college ball, and some Bowl Game predictions you probably don’t want to go to the bank with.
Our Mailbag series continues with the second installment, as Joe and Daniel answer some more questions from subscribers. On this episode, we’re covering poor character in players, Special Teams programs, and changing defenses from the 4-2-5 to the 3-3 stack.
This week Joe and Daniel are fielding questions from you, the listeners. Our topics on this episode include increasing player and parent buy-in to the offseason process, how to get your O-linemen to block the right guy, and how to see more of the game as a future coordinator.
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Calling defensive plays on game night may be one of the most stressful jobs in football. You have a limited amount of time to assess the situation, identify what call you want to use, and get it signaled in before a much more regimented offensive system goes to work.
On this episode Joe and Daniel discuss exactly what it is that goes into a defensive play call, and ways to guide yourself into making better calls based on your skill level and what you see on game night.
It’s week 7. You’re down by 4 against your crosstown rival in the 3rd quarter. The wind is in your face, your starting Right Tackle is gimpy and not playing as well as usual. You’ve been a step ahead of the defense all night, but you’re quickly running out of bullets. With the season and bragging rights on the line, what call do you signal to your QB?
In this episode Joe and Daniel break down the important pieces that go into any given play call on Friday night; from why every call matters, to what weaknesses the defense is giving.