Subjects cover but aren't limited to coaching, leadership, character, football history and current football happenings, education, parenting, citizenship and patriotism, other sports, and even, sometimes, my offense.) LIKE #4, DVD #5 IS LONG: 1 HOUR AND 23 MINUTES.
LIKE #4, IT INCLUDES A LOT OF MATERIAL THAT WASN'T COVERED AT THE KANSAS CITY CLINIC. (1) MY SLIMMED-DOWN DOUBLE WING PACKAGE - A MUST FOR ANY DIRECT-SNAP COACH WHO'S EVER THOUGHT ABOUT A LIMITED BUT EFFECTIVE "SURPRISE" OR GOAL-LINE PACKAGE.
Once famously asked about his tendency to miss a practice here and there, he answered, "If practice makes perfect and perfection is impossible, why practice?
" Coach after coach thought he would be the one to harness all that ability.
*********** No doubt the Bud Light ad agency thought this “Dilly Dilly” sh— was really clever, because they’re spending a fortune on commercials in an obvious attempt to make it into a byword that young, hip drinkers will use, showing how cool they are when they order their Corona. But that, it seems, is less an issue for a coach to worry about, and more an issue of compliance with state academic standards.
Before you go out and start recruiting the next Tim Tebow (probably the most famous of all home-schooled athletes) to play for you…
Said, “googled blanton collier kentucky football greatest staff 1959...clicked images...in bowling green daily news.” Now, if I could just find a sharp copy… My only reason for skepticism - and a problem I must admit I’ve never encountered - is the fact that since parents are the teachers, parents can fudge a kid’s grades to keep him eligible.” So where does that put Chuck Knox, the guy who couldn’t beat Bud Grant? And then there’s the story behind the Vikings’ uniform - a classic design that’s stood the test of time and pretty much resisted all attempts to change it.. My second reaction, after hearing that the players went overboard in trying to persuade the administrator to hire him was, “Great. And my fourth was, “Didn’t you just lose one Florida guy when a big-time Florida school came calling? They live in one of the most beautiful places on the planet and yet they’re in constant need of hearing others tell them that. If, after f—king up once with Taggart, you can’t structure a contract to keep your Florida guy in Oregon, you need to get a new AD.*********** Nike spends millions, and still it’s a crapshoot - literally. Story sent to me by Greg Koenig, Cimarron, Kansas *********** There’s nothing quite like seeing a boy you’ve coached grow into a man. The fact that the players like him and want to hold onto him is certainly not a strike against him.(5) THE RAM AND LION FORMATIONS - COMBINED WITH AN UNBALANCED LINE, THEY PRODUCE A REALLY NASTY WEDGE THAT'S BEEN A MAINSTAY OF MY OFFENSE SINCE THE MID-90'S. FOR THE FOOTBALL HISTORY BUFF, THERE ARE SOME CLIPS OF 1950'S PRINCETON TEAMS RUNNING THE WEDGE, AND OF WYOMING'S "SIDE SADDLE T", FROM 1954 EVERY PURCHASOR OF THE SET WILL BE ADDED TO THE OPEN WINGERS' MAILING LIST - AT INTERVALS, I WILL MAIL OUT SUGGESTIONS, IDEAS, COACHING TIPS AND IN-DEPTH EXPLANATIONS I’ve been selling my “EVOLUTION OF AN OFFENSE” DVD for .95 and it’s been a good enough seller - but not nearly enough Double Wing coaches have seen it, nor have they been to any of my clinics or camps - which means that in many cases they’re running a 20-year-old Double Wing.Still plenty good, you understand - but not as good as it could be.in Washington, and presumably in other states which permit those kids to play sports in the schools, kids have no choice of schools - they may only participate in the district in which they live.