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USA Football's Keith Grabowski interviews the most knowledgable head coaches, coordinators, and position coaches from professional, college, and high school football. Keith and his guests discuss the philosophy, concepts, schemes, and strategies that they have learned throughout their careers. Each show includes a specific idea that can be applied to help coaches at every level find the winning edge.
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Coach Josh Lindke has learned a lot during his young career. In this continuation of our "All In On Offense" series, we listen to the life experiences of Toledo Central Catholic's passing game coordinator and quarterback coach Josh Lindke. Hear how Coach Lindke took advantage of every opportunity presented to him, and how he used that knowledge to better help his quarterbacks improve. You can contact Coach Lindke through either Twitter or by email: - @Coach_JLindke - joshlindke15@gmail.com
On this episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, we feature part of USA Football’s “Inside the Program” series. Coach Steve Specht, has been the head coach at St. Xavier High School (Ohio), since 2004. During his tenure Coach Specht has led the Bombers to three state championships and he also was named NFL High School Coach of the Year as well. Putting your coaching staff together is a very crucial element in building a football program. Tune in as coach Specht offers his insight into how to develop your coaching staff.
This is the weekly breakdown of USA Football’s Coach and Coordinator Podcast Series by Keith Grabowski. These short clips highlight tidbits of what each episode from this week’s lineup featured. Tune in and hear various guests offer their football expertise and analysis. Highlights from this week on the Coach and Coordinator Podcast: - Dan Hatman: Scouting Academy - All In On Offense- Steve Rapp, Wise High School (Md.) - The Home Team- Brad Dixon, Camp Point Central High School (Ill.) - Kenny Simpson- Find A Way: What I Wish I Knew When I Became A Head Football Coach - Deep Dive on Defense- Jeff Dittman: Defensive Coordinator at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Check out our systems for skill development in blocking, defeating blocks, and tackling at footballdevelopment.com. Follow us daily on Twitter for content and interaction @FBDevCoach Checkout X's and O's analysis at USA Football Blogs blogs.usafootball.com
On this episode of the Coach and Coordinator Podcast, your host Keith Grabowski continues our Deep Dive on Defense series with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's defensive coordinator Jeff Dittman. Hear how Coach Dittman helps instruct, disguise, and execute multiple formations and looks in his defensive scheme at RPI. 0:20 Intro 0:46 Coach Dittman’s background 2:40 RPI’s defensive scheme 4:27 Multiple but simple scheme 7:56 Base defense 11:21 Structure on defense 15:00 Technique from drills to gameday 20:25 Assessing drills 22:45 Stopping the run 25:59 Techniques in maintaining gaps 29:56 Defensive walkthrough in practice 31:40 Adjusting to new offensive attacks 35:25 Communicating new concepts to players 38:45 Keys to defending against play-action 41:29 Getting pressure with fewer people 43:23 Helping linebackers recover off play-action 46:43 Eye discipline 49:16 Defending down-field screens 52:50 Facing challenging offensive play-calls 55:38 Having multiple checks on defense 59:13 The winning edge 1:01:17 Closing You can follow Coach Dittman on Twitter @CoachJDittman58 or you can email him at dittmj@rpi.edu.
On this edition of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, your host Keith Grabowski invites Southside High School (Ark) head football coach Kenny Simpson onto the show. Coach Simpson has run numerous football programs during his career, and he compiled all of the guidance that he garnered over his career in his new book “Find A Way: What I Wish I Knew When I Became A Head Football Coach.” This is great opportunity for head coaches learning how to lead their own programs for the first time to hear from the experiences of a veteran coach. 0:20 Intro 1:38 Coach Simpson’s background 3:52 Love for the game 5:07 Book overview 7:55 Establishing relationships 12:13 You got the job: Now what? 14:44 Sharing your vision 16:42 Growing your program 20:15 The three D’s 23:17 Building a great weight lifting program 27:27 Assembling your staff 30:35 X’s and O’s vs. Talent 32:40 Making mistakes 34:26 The winning edge 36:09 How to get “Find A Way” 36:36 Closing For a digital copy of Coach Simpson’s book, visit www.eightlaces.org Or purchase a hard copy on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/Find-Way-Known-Became-Football/dp/1701924188/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2PJRZCFOKZIKS&keywords=find+a+way+kenny+simpson&qid=1579107670&sprefix=find+a+way%2Caps%2C286&sr=8-1 You can follow Coach Simpson on Twitter @FBCoachSimpson Link to the “Game Plan for Your Next Job” Series: - https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/sets/game-plan-for-your-next-job
On this episode of the Coach and Coordinator Podcast, former University of Wisconsin tight end and Brookefield Central High School (Wis.) head coach Joel Nellis hosts one of our featured series: “The Home Team Podcast.” Our guest for this edition of the Home Team Podcast is Camp Point Central High School (ILL.) head football coach Brad Dixon. In addition to leading the football program, Coach Dixon also presides as the head boys track coach, strength and conditioning coordinator, and as a physical education teacher. Hear how Coach Dixon’s family help him balance his life both at home and on the field. 0:20 Joel Nellis intro 1:47 Guest speaker Brad Dixon intro 3:29 Meeting Mrs. Dixon 5:55 Coach Dixon’s children 8:41 Impact of coaching on the family 11:12 Job opportunity traps 13:54 Discipline with the kids 16:02 Feed the cats 23:50 Preparation vs. over-preparation 30:39 Regrets about resting? 36:59 Prioritizing family 41:35 Impact of philosophy on players 44:39 Could philosophy make it to collegiate level? 48:23 Coach Dixon’s legacy 52:38 Closing You can email Coach Dixon here: @bdixon@cusd3.com Follow Coach Dixon on Twitter as well @CoachBDixon
On this episode of the Coach and Coordinator Podcast, we continue our “All In On Offense” series. Tune in as your host Keith Grabowski interviews Wise High School’s assistant head coach and offensive coordinator, Steve Rapp. A four-time state champion, Coach Rapp delves into the intricacies and trends off offenses at the high school, collegiate, and professional levels. 0:20 Intro 1:13 Coach Rapp’s background 2:24 Learning the game 7:56 Pillars of Coach Rapp’s offense 9:30 Establishing next season’s offense 14:41 21 Personnel 17:34 Trends: Getting bigger on offense 21:04 Versatility on offense 27:55 Oklahoma’s offense 28:38 Operating from under center 32:28 Jet-Sweeps 39:10 Placing the fullback 41:34 Philosophy on formations 44:07 Terminology 46:03 Power running game 50:38 Power RPOs 54:26 Implementing Mesh concepts 57:45 Weekly game plans 1:03:32 Vertical shots 1:08:52 Multiple tempos 1:13:36 The winning edge 1:15:41 Closing You can follow Steve Rapp on twitter @coachrapp_O.
On this episode of the Coach and Coordinator Podcast, your host Keith Grabowski invites Dan Hatman, the director of the Scouting Academy, onto the show. A former NFL scout for the Philadelphia Eagles, the New York Giants, and the New York Jets, Dan Hatman has a vast amount of experience to share with his students. With 36 alumni currently working in the NFL and 115 alumni also operating in college football, Dan Hartman’s Scouting Academy gives its students the tools to help achieve their dream job in the football landscape by intertwining the skillsets of both scouts and coaches. 0:19 Intro 1:54 Scouting Academy background 4:56 Making yourself more marketable 12:07 Word of mouth 12:57 Research into the job search 15:05 Having a game plan 16:00 What is a successful candidate 21:47 Implementing analytics 28:07 Student Development 30:08 Scouting Academy network 31:39 Curriculum at the Scouting Academy 34:37 Scouting Academy alumni 35:43 Taking the course 36:43 Closing For all inquiries about the Scouting Academy you can visit scoutingacademy.com or email Dan Hatman at director@scoutingacademy.com
This is the weekly breakdown of USA Football’s Coach and Coordinator Podcast Series by Keith Grabowski. These short clips highlight snippets of what the episodes from the week feature and the different guests on the show. Highlights from this week on Coach and Coordinator: - Best of NFL Coaches and Players Part 2 - Best of the Leadership Journey Season 3 with Brian Knight - PJ Fleck, University of Minnesota- Creating an Elite Culture - Deep Dive on Defense- Jason Makrinos, University of Findlay - All In On Offense- Linfield College Co-Offensive Coordinators Aaron Boehme & Brett Elliott Check out our systems for skill development in blocking, defeating blocks, and tackling at footballdevelopment.com. Follow us daily on Twitter for content and interaction @FBDevCoach Checkout X's and O's analysis at USA Football Blogs blogs.usafootball.com
To start off our new “All In On Offense” series, your host Keith Grabowski invited Linfield College’s co-offensive coordinators Aaron Boehme and Brett Elliott onto the Coach and Coordinator podcast. Listen in as Boehme and Elliott assess what factors and decisions played a part in helping make Linfield College the nation leader in passing yards during the 2019 season. Both coordinators also discuss their own chemistry as co-offensive coordinators and various concepts in the passing game. 0:20 Intro 1:20 Boehme and Elliott’s Background 4:01 International Football Experience 4:50 Coach Elliott’s professional football career 6:19 Lessons from Arena Football 6:49 Basics of a Skip Release 7:26 Boehme & Elliott Coaching Dynamic 9:40 Developing a Culture on Offense 12:10 Categorizing Linfield’s Offense 13:28 Concepts in the Passing Game 14:21 What made the Offense Successful? 18:04 The Syrup Route 20:49 Creating Consistent Reads 23:51 Operating Under Center 24:52 Variations Of Naked Boot-Leg 29:17 Linfield’s 2019 Passing Success 31:43 Protection Scheme 32:36 Opponent’s Trends 35:30 In-Game Adjustments 39:03 Tempo 42:19 Coexisting as Co-Coordinators 46:26 Practice Structures 48:50 How To Improve Passing Game 50:46 Off-Season Homework 52:50 The Winning Edge 55:21 Conclusion Air Raid Analytics and Virtual Reality with AJ Smith: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/air-raid-analytics-and-virtual-reality
On this episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, your host Keith Grabowski begins the first part of the Deep Dive on Defense series and welcomes University of Findlay’s defensive coordinator Jason Makrinos onto the show. Throughout the episode Makrinos breaks down various defensive schemes, coaching reinforcement tactics, and he also illustrates the art of creating takeaways on defense. 0:20 Intro 1:10 Jason Makrinos background 4:00 Makrinos’ defensive scheme 6:53 Installing various looks on defense 10:03 Matchup based game plans 11:56 Creating Takeaways 16:30 Signage 17:51 Ball on the Wall 24:10 Ball Period during practice 28:54 Matching the Hand 30:30 Fumble Recovery 33:36 Quarter-Quarter-Half Coverage 38:54 Attacking Quarter-Quarter-Half 42:50 Pin and Pull 44:36 Defending Empty RPO 47:53 Dictating the Offense 51:32 Eighth Man in run fits 53:15 Closing
University of Minnesota head football coach PJ Fleck introduces his seminar on culture at the 2019 USA Football National Conference in Orlando. In his address, Coach Fleck highlights the importance of "People, Purpose, and Process." Through these pillars, Coach Fleck then gives insight into how to properly create a culture for your own program.
Leadership Journey Season 3 If you expect it from your athletes you better live it as a coach. Practicing the principles that you are trying to preach to them. Managing your emotions and behaviors as a man and setting the example for your team. Live the standards that you demand from your players. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-living-the-standard-we-set?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-season
 The importance of applying real discipline and how it can be a shortcut to getting where you need to go as a person or a team.  Defining what discipline is and how it is different from obedience. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-11-discipline-is-the-shortcut?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-season
 Taking a step back and learning how to effectively identify exactly what you believe in as a coach. The process for identifying your beliefs. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-14-how-to-build-your-culture-to-reflect-what-you-believe?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-season
 Establishing leaders on a team, regardless of if it’s a group of players, single player or coaches. Challenges of getting young people to lead young people. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-with-brian-kight-week-4-player-led-team-vs-coach-led?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-season
 Accepting other styles of coaching and asking if the principles that you believe can be achieved through different styles. Making sure your staff is free to use their own styles but maintain the same principles. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-6-dealing-with-conflict-principle-or-style?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-season
 6. What exactly the phrase “trust your gut” mean and how to manage those gut feelings and evaluate them. Accepting that trusting your gut pretty much always results in 50-50 odds of success and that you really have to accurately track those gut feelings to evaluate it. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-8-trust-your-gut?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-season
NFL Players and Coaches - Part 2 Rocky Seto, Super Bowl Champion coach, FBS National Championship Coach, former Assistant Head Coach, Seattle Seahawks: What defines you? How to set priorities in a demanding profession. Jack Mewhort, Retired Indianapolis Colts Offensive Lineman: How his best coaches taught him to play the game. Chris Manhertz, Tight End, Carolina Panthers: The best way a coach can help his players. Jim Arthur, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Miami Dolphins: Determining workload for athletes and what coach does in practice to prepare his players for reaching top speed on gameday. Determining what kind of work load each player can handle. Charlie Coiner, former NFL coach and Wade Wilson, former QB Coach, Dallas Cowboys: Running the 2 minute drill with a young QB and how to organize the 2 minute drill in the high school and college level. Additionally, practicing the two minute drill. Up-temp offense vs 2 minute drill and situational football. Michael Lombardi, former NFL Coach and General Manager: How critical it is having a good staff and what you should look for in building out a staff. What it means to be a “program guy.” Also, the importance of player development. Noel Mazzone, current Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Wildcats, former Receivers Coach, New York Jets: Putting together a practice week and what Coach has seen from other big name coaches at practice. Additionally, the concept of “no sweat Thursdays” and “Fast fridays.” Jake Plummer, retired NFL quarterback: How accountability has become so important with the little amount of time now allocated to actual practices and meetings. Also, how playing 100% mentally can help the game be played more safely. Charlie Coiner, and Patrick Mannelly, former Chicago Bears long snapper: How Mannelly liked to practice when he was a pro and how it differs from what he has his players do as a coach. Additionally, some in and outs of practicing the art of the long snap. Michael Lombardi: Dinner with Belichek and Saban.
NFL Coaches & Players - Part 1 Today’s podcast features parts of keynotes speeches from USA Football’s National Conference. Trent Dilfer played 14 seasons in the NFL. He is best known as the starting quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens during their Super Bowl-winning season in 2000 and his time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Dilfer was named the Head Football Coach at Lipscomb Academy in Nashville, Tennessee. Trent Dilfer: The concept of “Coach Says” and how players are impacted more by their coaches than any other influence in their life. Also, Dilfer talks about his own coaching philosophy and the concept of “You’re awesome but…” Jon Gruden is currently the coach of the Oakland Raiders. He first served as the Raiders' head coach from 1998 to 2001 and rejoined the team in 2018. In between his tenure with the Raiders, he was the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2002 to 2008, where he led the team to the franchise's first Super Bowl title in XXXVII. At the time, Gruden was the youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl. Gruden also served as an analyst for ESPN and Monday Night Football before he returned to coaching. Jon Gruden: Gruden’s ten thoughts for coaches and what he values most along with some of coaches great stories to go along with those values After playing college football for Baylor University, Mike Singletary was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the 2nd round of the 1981 NFL Draft and was known as "The Heart of the Defense" for the Chicago Bears' Monsters of the Midway in the mid-1980s. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1998, the same year he coached Kirk Cousins in youth flag football. Singletary later pursued a career as a coach, first as a linebackers coach for the Baltimore Ravens, then as the linebackers coach for the San Francisco 49ers. In 2008, the 49ers promoted Singletary to the head coaching position. Recently, Singletary served as head coach of the Memphis Express of the AAF. Mike Singletary: How important it is for the coaches to be invested not just in the players’ game but in their lives. Follow us on Twitter: @FBDevCoach
Best of Smart Coaching - Part 2 Today on the Coach and Coordinator podcast we highlight the series “Smart Coaching” with Dr. Brian Gearity and Dr. Clayton Kuklick, professors of sport coaching at the University of Denver. Dr. Gearity has been the director of the Master of Arts in Sport Coaching program at Denver since 2014. Before teaching at Denver, Dr. Gearity spent five years at the University of Southern Mississippi as an assistant professor of Sport Coaching Education. As a coach, Dr. Gearity’s specialty is in the strength and conditioning side. Dr. Gearity worked as a strength coach at the University of Tennessee for nine years and received his PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Tennessee in 2009. Dr. Kuklick works as a clinical assistant professor for the Sport Coaching program at Denver. The previous two years, Dr. Kuklick has worked as an assistant professor of Athletic Coaching Education at West Virginia University. He also previously received his PhD in Human Performance and Recreation: Administration and Teaching at the University of Southern Mississippi in 2014. In coaching, Dr. Kuklick has worked as an assistant coach for baseball teams at Shepherd University, Georgia College and State University, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and Kutztown University. Dr. Kuklick has also worked as a head coach for several college baseball summer leagues. Dr. Kucklick and Dr. Gearity: Find a work life balance. Coaches usually believe outworking opponents and spending hours and hours in the office equates to winning, but how does this notion differ from reality. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/smart-coaching-athlete-coach-mental-health?in=user-804678956/sets/smart-coaching-series
 Dr. Kucklick and Dr. Gearity: Problem setting and identifying the real problem in any situation. How to actually take a step back and truly identify issues instead of making blanket statements about issues. Also, getting different perspectives on different problems coaches face. Finally, best steps for solving those issues. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/smart-coaching-praxis?in=user-804678956/sets/smart-coaching-series
 Dr. Kucklick and Dr. Gearity: Effectively communicating your message to your team throughout the year. How to keep the team engaged with your message even if the wins and losses are not going the way everyone anticipated. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/smart-coaching-communication?in=user-804678956/sets/smart-coaching-series
 Dr. Kucklick and Dr. Gearity: Defining what a slump is and what the key triggers are for starting a slump. Also, strategies for avoiding those slumps. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/smart-coaching-managing-mid-season-slumps?in=user-804678956/sets/smart-coaching-series Twitter: @DrGearity @DrKuk14 @CoachKGrabowski
Best of Smart Coaching - Part 1 Today on the Coach and Coordinator podcast we highlight the series “Smart Coaching” with Dr. Brian Gearity and Dr. Clayton Kuklick, professors of sport coaching at the University of Denver. Dr. Gearity has been the director of the Master of Arts in Sport Coaching program at Denver since 2014. Before teaching at Denver, Dr. Gearity spent five years at the University of Southern Mississippi as an assistant professor of Sport Coaching Education. As a coach, Dr. Gearity’s specialty is in the strength and conditioning side. Dr. Gearity worked as a strength coach at the University of Tennessee for nine years and received his PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Tennessee in 2009. Dr. Kuklick works as a clinical assistant professor for the Sport Coaching program at Denver. The previous two years, Dr. Kuklick has worked as an assistant professor of Athletic Coaching Education at West Virginia University. He also previously received his PhD in Human Performance and Recreation: Administration and Teaching at the University of Southern Mississippi in 2014. In coaching, Dr. Kuklick has worked as an assistant coach for baseball teams at Shepherd University, Georgia College and State University, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and Kutztown University. Dr. Kuklick has also worked as a head coach for several college baseball summer leagues. Dr. Kucklick and Dr. Gearity: Having players and coaches do self-evaluation forms at the end of the year. Additionally, taking a step back and evaluating the program as a whole and communicating with players, coaches and administration. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/smart-coaching-professional-development?in=user-804678956/sets/smart-coaching-series
 Dr. Kucklick and Dr. Gearity: Developing effective practices and putting more thought behind them. Also, figuring out ways to provide effective instruction and really teach the players. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/smart-coaching-practice-planning?in=user-804678956/sets/smart-coaching-series
 Dr. Kucklick and Dr. Gearity: Keys to effective coaching and evolving as a coach. Also, improving coaching skills, not just X’s and O’s. Also, learning what kids need when they need it and how to relate to them as well as mistake rookie coaches make. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/smart-coaching-effective-coaching?in=user-804678956/sets/smart-coaching-series
 Dr. Kucklick and Dr. Gearity: What are the key stressors for coaches both during the season and during the “off-season.” Additionally, what are some strategies for dealing with the stress of coaching. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/coach-stress-mixdown?in=user-804678956/sets/smart-coaching-series
 Twitter: @DrGearity @DrKuk14 @CoachKGrabowski @FBDevCoach
Coach and Coordinator - Best of Special Teams Coordinators On today’s podcast, we revisit our conversations with special teams coaches. We cover everything from philosophy, personnel placement, technique and schemes of the different units with some of the best in the game at all levels of football. Scott Fountain is the special teams coordinator at Georgia. He shares his thoughts on which type of players coach looks for to play special teams and how he decides how many units each player is competing on. Erik Link is the special teams coordinator at Appalachian State. They were one of the best in the FBS on special teams in 2019. He discusses the culture of Coach’s special teams units and how he uses the “E3” to define them. Shane Fogarty is special teams and running backs coach at Fordham university. Coach talks about his punt return philosophy and what kind of players he looks for when building out his special teams units and his HIT acronym for Heart, Intelligence, Technique and why having heart is the most important part of it. Dean Paul is the head coach at Ohio Northern University. He explains how he organizes special teams practices throughout the week. Robby Discher is the special teams coordinator at the University of Toledo. He shares why punt teams are putting more guys out wide, how it effects the return game and why it plays directly into his strategy of bringing a rush and trying to block a punt. Taylor Mehlhaff is a former kicker nd the specialist coach for thee Wisconsin Badgers. He discusses drills for helping place kickers and what coach thinks are the most important aspects of kicking. Sam Watts is a kicking expert and joined us to explain the importance of the holder and the art of the snap and hold and why it is so important to setting the tone of each attempted field goal for each side of the ball. Patrick Mannelly is one of the best long snappers to play the game. The former Chicago Bears long snapper share what he looks for in a long snapper as well as his thoughts on a practice plan for the position. Ryan Partridge is the athletic director and head coach at Liberty High School (Brentwood, Calif.), who led Liberty to win the California 1A state championship in 2018. In this segment he shares how the punt block and punt return techniques of “clasp, stick, scrape, j-angle, hit by and engage” and have become a big part of their culture because of the emphasis on special teams technique. Bobby April is one of the best ever to coach special teams. The former NFL special team coordinator shared his organization of game day operations in terms of special teams, where coach likes to be positioned, where he wants his assistants, and which responsibilities every coach has. Additionally, why coach doesn’t use the dots for organizing his players in game. Gary Roberts is the winningest coach in Cottage Grove High School (OR) history. He led the Lions to the 4A state Championship in 2018. Roberts explains how to teach the rugby punt and the explanation of responsibilities for the unit. Host Keith Grabowski discusses the benefits of being able to set up a good kick off return and the chances it gives you at scoring points. Additionally, the 5 main points Coach uses for the kick off return game.
In 2018, Brian Kight joined me for season 2 of the Leadership Journey. On today’s podcast we highlight some of BK’s insight on building a culture in a noisy world, effort and commitment, what makes an elite coach, the intersection of culture and strategy, “win by don’t,” and self awareness. Complaining about the amount of time you have with your players, but instead, making the most of it and changing your outlook. Additionally, dealing with the people, parents and friends, who have more time with the kids. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-building-a-culture-in-a-noisy-world?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-with-1
 Dealing with players who you think aren’t giving the kind of commitment that you wish they had as well as dealing with players who are. Also, giving kids a system and the freedom to work inside that system. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-effort-and-commitment?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-with-1
 What separates Elite Coaches from Average Coaches. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-7-elite-coaching?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-with-1
 Execution is the intersection of culture and strategy. Additionally, how culture is based on behavior and the three different characteristics of behavior. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-win-by-dont?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-with-1
 “Win by don’t” mentality and the 5 “don’ts”. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-win-by-dont?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-with-1
 How self awareness is important to growth as a coach and how coaches need to use self awareness as a tool for getting better. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/leadership-journey-self-awareness?in=user-804678956/sets/the-leadership-journey-with-1
Analytics in Coaching - Part 2 On today’s podcast, we continue our search through the archives and highlight more conversations with coaches about their use of analytics in coaching. From unconventional strategies born of a study of analytics, building a defense and a game plan, understanding how analytics sometimes vary from traditional thinking, to monitoring in-game analytics. These coaches will make you think about the numbers you value and how you may be able to gain an advantage. Kevin Kelley is the 6-time state champion head coach at Pulaski Academy who made a name for himself and his program by using analytics to build his strategies. How analytics led him to a strategy of using the pitch regularly through plays. Building your defense around statistics as well as key numbers and stats to look at when building a game plan. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/building-your-strategy-off-analytics-with-kevin-kelley-head-coach-pulaski-academy Rob Ash formerly served as the head coach at Montana State University, Drake, Juniata, as well as former president of the American Football Coaches Association. Following his coaching career, he took on a new role at Championship Analytics. How analytics effect your in game coaching strategy and how it clashes with more traditional ways of coaching. Also, coach talks about how analytics impact an up tempo offense. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/coaching-analytics-and-in-game-strategy-rob-ash-championship-analytics-inc Steve Steele is a 3x state champion at Pierre Riggs High School in South Dakota, winning back to back to back championships in 2017 through 2019. Coach Steele is on the cutting edge with how he analyzes data to formulate and adjust game plans. Monitoring in game analytics and what his excel sheet looks like on game day. Also, the idea of “momentum points” and how they use math students on campus to help build their strategy and how they found those students. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/steve-steele-head-coach-riggs-hs-pierre-south-dakota Vince DiGaetano is an assistant coach at Fordham and has become known for his analysis of tackling and using the data to improve his players as well as formulate game plans. How coach uses yards after contact analytics to teach his kids which positions and situations are more favorable for them. More from Rob Ash: Using analytics on the defensive side of the football and the painful strategy of letting a team score. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/coaching-analytics-and-in-game-strategy-rob-ash-championship-analytics-inc
 Practicing analytics. https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/coaching-analytics-and-in-game-strategy-rob-ash-championship-analytics-inc
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