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    with Earl Chambers, former Valdosta State University Assistant;
    2012 National Champions Division II

    Being able to apply relentless pressure on high-powered offenses is the key to success in today's game. Offensive teams have an edge on opposing defenses but the equalizer is strong defensive line play. In this detailed presentation, Earl Chambers shares drills and skills needed for the explosive defensive lineman from the 4-3 defense. Chambers has used these drills to help undersized defensive linemen make the most of their abilities.

    Coach Chambers thrives on relentless play and ultimate determination with constant hustle and a positive attitude. His video opens with a discussion of his philosophy and his off-the-field expectations for his players. He focuses on the following five fundamental phases of the explosive defensive lineman.

    • Pre-Practice - Discover simple drills you can use before practice that will pay big dividends in a game.
    • Individual Drill Time - Get six drills for developing the total defensive lineman.
    • Run Game - Get coaching points for defeating any block that a defensive linemen might see
    • Passing Game - Learn seven pass-rush techniques that emphasize violent hands and body control.
    • Movement Games - Learn how to disrupt pass protection in up-field games, speed games and grab games.

    This segment presents 15 drills explained in detail for easy and immediate implementation into your program. Practice footage is used to ensure that all aspects of the drill are fully understood.

    Coach Chambers covers the three "A's" of stopping the run-alignment, assignment and attack. To create the explosive first step that a defensive lineman needs, Coach Chambers gives a detailed break down of proper stance and start. Explosion drills teach defenders how to use their hips as well as their hands. Coach Chambers also covers the base, reach, double, scoop and down blocks, and how to defeat them. The six and seven technique defensive end positions are also shown. Coach Chambers believes in covering every possible scenario with his defensive linemen to ensure that they understand how to react to anything they might see it in a game.

    Against the pass, the linemen are taught to create an edge and work half-a-man. Coach Chambers provides drills, fronts and schemes that create pressure in passing situations. Movement games present problems for the offensive linemen; Coach Chambers allows his players to make their own calls so they have ownership in the defensive play.

    Coach Chambers also provides insight on defending the zone-read scheme. His drills also show how to defend the zone-read blocks.

    The content Coach Chambers provides is unmatched by other defensive line videos. Coach Chambers provides great fundamental detail in his drills and skills that will create an explosive attack for you next season.

    Produced at the 2013 Orlando Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    90 minutes. 2014.


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    with Ron Dugans, University of South Florida Assistant Coach;
    former University of Louisville Assistant Coach; former WR for the Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) and at Florida State

    Former NFL wide receiver Coach Ron Dugans, who has been a part of the extremely productive passing offense at Louisville, brings his wealth of route running knowledge to this dynamic presentation. Coach Dugans focuses on how to "play fast'" using concepts and techniques that made him a top receiver at Florida State and later an NFL threat at Cincinnati. His strategies and techniques will make any receiver a viable threat.

    A wide receiver must understand what the defense is giving up and what the defense is trying to take away. Coach Dugans shares his insight into movement keys, stance mechanics and the ability to eliminate extra motion that give the receiver an advantage over the defender regardless of defensive scheme. He also discusses the intricacies of several different release techniques against bump man coverage.

    Coach Dugans breaks down a receiver's technique into easy fundamentals and then shares drills to work those techniques. Using the "Five Cone Foot Fire Drill," "the Prong Drill," "Cone Drills" and "Release Drills," Coach Dugans gives a comprehensive tutorial on how to develop each member of your receiving corps into an explosive offensive threat.

    Continuing from his explanation of releases, Coach Dugans covers several more practice drills that he uses to make his players game-day ready. Emphasizing such things as take off, releases and breaking routes, he shows the application of these drills with game tape. Through the use of game footage, you see the end product that you're trying to emulate.

    Coach Dugans presents an informative presentation that will improve any receiving corps. This DVD has something for players and coaches, regardless of age or experience. From concepts to drills, from chalkboard to video, from practice field to gridiron, this is a presentation that every coach should see.

    Produced at the 2013 Louisville Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    43 minutes. 2014.


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    with Tony Levine, University of Houston Head Coach;
    former Special Teams Coordinator (2008-11)

    Before Tony Levine took over as head coach at the University of Houston, he made his presence known as the special teams guru during the 2008-11 seasons. Under his tutelage, the Cougars set several school marks and tied or broke seven NCAA records. In this dynamic presentation, Coach Levine discusses assembling and coaching a directional kick-off team that puts your best players in position to be successful.

    Pinning your opponent deep is a lost art in the game of football. Coach Levine shares a detailed breakdown of this critical component-from personnel to technique to schemes. He uses the whole part, whole method approach to demonstrate various ways to gain field position by efficiently and effectively covering the kick-off. The use of directional kicks and the coverage each position takes is explained using an overhead presentation and game film. His lecture covers:

    • key indicators to determine where the ball carrier is going
    • different techniques to beat blocks and get to the ball carrier
    • recovery techniques to use when players get out of their lanes
    • splitting your kickoff team into a kick side and field side so your primary tacklers are always on one side
    • and more

    Using a multi-media presentation that includes practice footage, Coach Levine covers team and individual position breakdown drills. He gives an unprecedented look inside a detailed kickoff coverage scheme. Game footage is provided to show the application of each drill.

    With top-level offenses, the importance of field position and effective kickoff coverage is vital for defensive success. Turn your coverage into a championship unit this season.

    Produced at the 2013 Portland Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    52 minutes. 2014.


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    with Al Golden, University of Miami Head Football Coach

    Known for his discipline and commitment to fundamentals, Al Golden develops teams that consistently finish in the Top 10 nationally in the kick return game. In this presentation, he shares the fundamentals of a successful return. Using both practice and game footage, he teaches the techniques used in the right, left and middle returns.

    In the return game, Coach Golden teaches a cuff hand that will be on the leverage side of the defender with the off hand on the breastplate, steering him away from the return man. The "Dog Fight Drill" teaches players to widen their base, take the charge, trail and harass before the high screen and lockout are performed. These same techniques are used in punt and kickoff returns.

    Coach Golden explains the "flight line" for the backside of the kickoff return and the importance of covering up the man in the next line as you set firm on a 45-degree angle. This technique is learned in the "One-Third Drill" that can also be used by smaller groups.

    As multiple returns are shown, an enthusiastic Coach Golden shows how proper technique impacts the effectiveness of the return team.

    Coaches at every level will benefit from this approach to the punt and kick return game. Incorporate these fundamental drills and skills into your special teams this season.

    Produced at the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    91 minutes. 2014.


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    The very best coaching lectures in football. This manual provides a "coach-friendly" collection of lectures selected from the 2014 Clinics.

    Featured presentations by 30 of America's outstanding high school coaches, including Brent Barnes, Bruce Borgelt, Brad Bradley, Robert Cary, Bill DiNardo, Jeff Fox, Bob Gaddis, Brendan Hathaway, Philip Haywood, Joe Henrich, John Hill, Johnny Hines, John Iannucci, Nick Kocsis, Curt Kuntz, Kevin Lynott, Steve Mask, Donnie Mays, John Mothershed, Jeff Neal, Chip Otten, Robbie Owens, Charlie Pierce, Kyle RIchardson, Mike Schubach, Gene Shulman, Billy Seals, Bobby Sifrit, Jeff Steinberg, and Rick Strieff.

    Philosophy, motivation, offense, defense, X's and O's, and the kicking game. All this and more with focus on technique and how to!

    Hall of Fame Coaches Bud Wilkinson and Duffy Daugherty started the Coach of the Year Clinics in the 1950's. Over the years these clinics have grown in popularity and have spread across the country. These clinics, widely considered the best football coaching clinics in the country, have over 77 College Head Coaches sponsored by Nike as guest speakers.

    218 pages. 2014.


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    The very best coaching lectures in football. This manual provides a "coach-friendly" collection of lectures selected from the 2014 Clinics.

    Featured presentations by 30 of America's outstanding coaches, including Bret Bielema, Cam Cameron, David Cutcliffe, Kirk Ferentz, Jimbo Fisher, James Franklin, Todd Graham, Brad Lawing, Mike Leach, Tony Levine, George O'Leary, Rich Rodriguez, and many more!

    Philosophy, motivation, offense, defense, X's and O's, and the kicking game. All this and more with focus on technique and how to!

    Hall of Fame Coaches Bud Wilkinson and Duffy Daugherty started the Coach of the Year Clinics in the 1950's. Over the years these clinics have grown in popularity and have spread across the country. These clinics, widely considered the best football coaching clinics in the country, have over 77 College Head Coaches sponsored by Nike as guest speakers.

    241 pages. 2014.


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    with Bret Bielema, University of Arkansas Head Coach;
    former University of Wisconsin Head Coach; 3x Big Ten Champions; 2006 Big Ten Coach of the Year

    Bret Bielema, who has enjoyed great success at each stage of his career, discusses the indicators of success, and several concepts that will make you a better football coach. Use these indicators to strengthen the foundation of your program, and soon you'll enjoy the level of success that has marked Coach Bielema's career.

    Using a PowerPoint presentation to explain his philosophy, Coach Bielema shares several real-life examples that illustrate his primary points. The areas he covers include:

    • The importance of emphasizing a "family" atmosphere. People matters most in his program. The "care factor" motivates players to perform at their best.
    • Advice on how to build a strong coaching staff.
    • Team-building activities to help develop team chemistry.
    • Self-evaluation for coaches.
    • Coach Bielema's 10 commandments of coaching-rules that will help any coach become more effective.

    Coach Bielema's presentation continues with his philosophy for on-field success. He analyzes key downs and situations, touching on four critical areas: first down success, success on third down, red zone success, and the turnover game. Players learn the importance of each area and how working together as a team increases their chances of on-field success.

    Before you can be successful, you must identify indicators to success. If you're a coach who wants to take a team to the next level of play, you need this presentation in your library. Create a program philosophy that focuses on team building and motivates athletes to be the best not only for themselves but for their teammates and coaches as well.

    Produced at the 2014 Las Vegas Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    68 minutes. 2014.


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    with Darrell Hazell, Purdue University Head Coach;
    former Kent State University Head Coach, 2012 MAC Coach of the Year

    A kick return can instantly change a game's momentum. Fair catching a sky kick or pooch kick, which typically establishes the line of scrimmage around the 25-yard line, reduces your team's chances of scoring. When the ball is returned beyond the 40-yard line, the offense scores 40 percent of the time (2 out of 5 possessions). Darrell Hazell has designed a kickoff return that maximizes field position when returning sky kicks and pooch kicks. In this presentation, he explains how to run the return and uses multimedia slides and practice footage to break down his simple rules.

    Coach Hazell begins with his philosophy of the short kick, which involves timing and spacing for success. The simple rules for this kickoff return are easily implemented, and coaches may find it matches many of the man return schemes they currently today. In this segment, you'll learn:

    • six simple rules to running a kick return
    • indicators to give your return team a clue where the ball is being kicked
    • important elements of the kick return game by position (keeps effective timing and spacing)
    • tips and strategies for an effective return
    • a drill to identify potential special teams players
    • how to use a kickoff scrimmage to show players the impact of great special teams play on the outcome of a game

    Effective blocking techniques are covered in depth. Coach Hazell discusses four steps associated with great return blocking. The two-step punch drill teaches players to effectively initiate and stay on blocks. It focuses on how to use a violent hand strike and maintain leverage on a player once they're engaged.

    Take this philosophy and key strategies of the kick return game to your team this season. Become more efficient on offense by giving your team a chance to get the ball beyond the 40-yard line each kick return.

    Produced at the 2014 Orlando Nike Coach of the Year clinic.

    47 minutes. 2014.


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    with John Hines, Pulaski County (KY) High School;
    2013 Class 5A State Runner-Up;

    When John Hines took over the Pulaski County football program in 1994, it was ranked last in the state of Kentucky. In 2013, Hines' won his fourth district championship in five seasons and advanced to the 5A state championship game.

    In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams like Coach Hines'. He uses a two-gap alignment that shifts to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen.

    The design of Coach Hines' 3-4 defense enables you to compete against larger, more physical teams because:

    • the defensive line moves on the snap
    • the depth of the linebackers makes it difficult for offensive guards to block them
    • the blitz package wreaks havoc on blocking schemes and creates confusion
    • the cover 2 scheme enables the secondary to defend against the run and pass with simple keys

    Coach Hines covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. This avoids over-penetrating and closes down seams that allow big plays in the running game. The inside linebackers play at 4-yard depths, which lets them attack in a downhill path creating great momentum to stuff the run game. The outside backers flip-flop and Coach Hines puts his best defender at the strong side backer, which lets him use his athletic ability to make plays. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run.

    Coach Hines uses a PowerPoint presentation to clearly identify each position. He follows up with film to help you see each defensive call in action. This is a tremendous teaching tool for any coach who wants to learn the Championship 3-4 defensive package. As a bonus, Coach Hines shows his blitz package.

    This presentation is an excellent resource for any coach who desires to have a championship defense that is sound against any offensive attack.

    Produced at the 2014 Louisville Nike Coach of the Year clinic.

    48 minutes. 2014.


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    with Will Muschamp, University of Florida Head Coach;

    In great detail using PowerPoint slides and film, Will Muschamp covers every aspect of playing great secondary coverage. For example, he shares a "T" step that allows the defender to put his cleats into the ground and break on balls quickly. But first, a defender must understand the concept of being "in faze" with the receiver and the defensive back must learn how to be the receivers' eyes and hands when he is "out of faze." These are important concepts that Coach Muschamp covers.

    Playing off of blocks is emphasized and Coach Muschamp shares a perimeter drill that teaches the defensive backs to attack the receiver and run through the ball carrier with the near leg and near shoulder. Four different drills are shown in his tackling progression before Coach Muschamp details the use of the Angle and Pad Tackling Drills.

    Using game and practice footage, Coach Muschamp discusses the "Rip and Liz" calls used when defending 2-by-2 formations, as well as the importance of reading the number two receiver in the secondary. Next, he tells how to defend 3-by-1 sets using the "Skate" call.

    All coaches will benefit from the experience of an SEC coach who teaches fundamentals and hard work in this presentation.

    Produced at the 2014 Louisville Nike Coach of the Year clinic.

    75 minutes. 2014.


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    with Kevin Weigand,
    Certified Personal Trainer/Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA)

    Developing speed and agility in young athletes increases their chances of future success. In this presentation, Kevin Weigand shows how to set up, teach, organize and execute movement drills to improve athletic ability in youth football players. These basic drills combine the fundamental core values of ability training with football-specific skills that can be modified based on age and ability.

    Coach Weigand's program uses 21 drills that consist of lateral movement change of direction, speed acceleration and more. He incorporates football skills like throwing, catching, defending, pursuit and cutting into his drills to make them sport specific. His Cone Drill series improves speed and agility for forward, backward and lateral movements. His catching drills, which work on acceleration and deceleration, work various routes such as the corner, comeback, and stop and go. He's even included an element to build eye-hand coordination.

    Coach Weigand shares his "Fastbreak Football" in which two players play a simulated game of football. He explains how he organizes the field of play and gives an idea of how you can vary the drill to build game skills like quick reaction, pursuit, cutting and more.

    Competition is also a valuable component of Weigand's SAQ program and is incorporated into several drills. These drills also add a conditioning component that can be structured to create any desired level of conditioning. Weigand's drills are varied, which keeps young athletes focused and attentive.

    Speed, agility and quickness training is not just for advanced football players. These drills will keep the attention of your young athletes and help them develop the essential SAQ skills needed as they develop in their athletic careers.

    45 minutes. 2014.


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    with Billy Seals, Huntington (WV) High School Head Coach; Class 3A West Virginia State Runner-Up

    Get your team ready to present a unique front this season. Coach Billy Seals shares effective, creative schemes to make your defense multiple within the odd stack. With the evolution of the spread offense, it is vital to not only be able to defend the run but to cover every inch of the field, as well. With the odd stack, a coach can stretch the field defensively to cover a variety of passing concepts and spread running game. However, you still need multiple fronts to stop the power run, which is why Coach Seals continues to develop them from his odd stack.

    Coach Seals explains the variety of blitzes and combinations he uses to create relentless pressure on the opposing offense. He uses diagrams to breakdown all of the finer points that allow the odd stack to become multiple in nature and disguise various coverages and pressure packages. He supplements his diagrams with film to show how his schemes are successfully implemented in a game.

    If you are an odd stack defense looking to show multiple schemes then Coach Seals offers the package you need this season. Using this scheme, Coach Seals transformed Huntington High School (WV) from a 0-10 record in his first year to playing in the state championship game five short years later. With this information, you'll be able to defend various personnel packages while still creating relentless pressure on the offensive front and quarterback.

    Produced at the 2014 Louisville Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    49 minutes. 2015.


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    featuring John Carney,
    former NFL kicker for the San Diego Chargers and New Orleans Saints (Super Bowl XLIV Champions);
    2.062 career points - 4th most in NFL history; 2x Pro Bowl kicker

    John Carney's video coaching program brings over four decades of sports and coaching experience in a unique video presentation. Our training and coaching program has proven to be of high performance, documented results, and overall success for our clients, sponsors and supporters. Carney Coaching & Training is as much a philosophy of sportsmanship, getting results on and off the field and reaching goals... as it is to the conditioning of the body to reach the highest level of the sport. The series embodies my personal philosophy and exclusive training techniques.

    88 minutes. 2014.


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    with Derek Pennington,
    Zeeland East (MI) High School Head Coach

    Using a run first, spread formation philosophy, Coach Derek Pennington has turned around the Zeeland East program. When he took over in 2008, the program was coming off 10 straight losing seasons. He has quickly produced five straight winning seasons (2009-13) and two conference championships. In the last three years, Coach Pennington's squad has averaged 40 points a game and have gone 32-1.

    This two-back scheme is largely influenced by Rich Rodriguez and Rick Trickett.

    Using coaching diagrams and game-action clips, Coach Pennington shows you six core running plays that you can incorporate into your spread offense. Building off the success of the run, he adds three perimeter screen plays to take advantage of the defense when they start creeping into the box to stop the run.

    Spread Shotgun Core Runs:
    Coach Pennington shows you how to run the ball and control the clock in the spread. Using these six core running plays, Coach Pennington has produced a 1,000-yard rusher in each of his six years at Zeeland. The runs you'll see include:

    • Stretch - In this outside, base run play, the back runs east/west and reads the tackle's block.
    • Q GT - Run off the stretch set, this is a counter trey run by the quarterback. Backs show the stretch look but linemen pull and the quarterback follows their lead.
    • Power - This is an "Old School" I-back formation. Coach Pennington runs Power when the defensive ends get wide to stop the stretch play. He shows a double tight end formation for goal line/short yardage situations.
    • GT - This is the same scheme as the Q GT, but it's a cross back action that misdirects the linebackers to create a seam for the running back to exploit. This is a great option if you don't want to run your quarterback.
    • Counter - H back set to run against teams with good defensive ends. Lets the H back lead the running back through the hole.
    • Lead - In this isolation play against an aggressive defense, blockers match up "body-on-body" so the back isn't waiting on a pulling player, which makes it a quicker hitting play.

    Perimeter Screen Plays for the Spread:
    Make the defense defend the entire width of the field. Coach Pennington gives you a great overview of perimeter passes and runs from his spread formation or what he calls width plays.

    From a 4-3 to a 5-2, Coach Pennington covers a variety of passing plays to exploit various defenses. He gives his quarterback the freedom to audible into a pass play to stop "cheaters" or players creeping into the box to stop the run. To take advantage of those alignments, he diagrams three perimeter screens:

    • Bubble - The biggest part of their width package. In a one-back set, the QB reads the box and when it gets too heavy, he throws the Bubble. Perfect for the player on your team who's the hardest to tackle in space.
    • Bubble Slant - A counter to the Bubble that creates a window behind the defender who's trying to get wide to stop the Bubble.
    • Gator - A throwback screen that's run off a sprint action back to the short side of the field.

    In addition, Coach Pennington shares a couple run plays-the Jet and Spread Option-to help get a slot receiver on the perimeter and force the defense to make plays outside the hash marks.

    This is a great presentation that provides a number of ideas to fine tune your spread offense.

    Produced at the 2014 Louisville Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    90 minutes. 2015.


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    with Philip Montgomery, University of Tulsa Head Coach;
    former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach; 2013 Big 12 Champions;
    2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year (FootballScoop); coach of Bryce Petty, Big 12 Player of the Year; Robert Griffin III, Heisman Trophy winner; Nick Florence, All American; Kevin Kolb, Conference USA MVP; and Houston standout Case Keenum

    The two most important aspects of a balanced offense are the quarterback and the running back. In this presentation, former Baylor Offensive Coordinator and 2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year Philip Montgomery shares specific drills to develop your running back. Reinforcing the concept that "you have to be able to apply your drills to what you are doing on the field," he teaches each drill and then uses game film to demonstrate how each drill shows up in a game.

    Running Back Technique & Drills:

    Coach Montgomery begins by working the mesh of the running back and quarterback. The mesh is the most fundamental component of the Baylor running attack. Everything is built from this foundation. Stressing specific steps and angles, he still leaves room for differing types of running backs. Using chutes, bags and personnel, he creates a game-like situation that can be controlled and critiqued in all phases. Uncomplicated drills are used as learning exercises to help running backs improve and develop their techniques.

    After working the mesh, Coach Montgomery focuses on lowering the running back's pads and defining their footwork. These drills teach running backs to stay square before they make their cut. The longer the running backs stay square, the longer linebackers have to wait before they can commit to the gap. Using game simulation drills, Coach Montgomery develops the running back's technique by isolating each segment of the play so that it can be controlled and critiqued.

    Properly defined techniques allow you to focus on what is necessary in this offense for running backs. This allows you to personalize and individualize drills needed to improve defined segments of the running backs' game.

    Play Action Passing:
    Help your run game succeed by keeping the defense honest and off-balance using Coach Montgomery's boots and "nakeds." Coach Montgomery uses game film to showcase play action out of the spread and eleven personnel with tight ends on the field. When a style of play or philosophy is broken down as thoroughly as it is in this presentation, it becomes easy to emulate the final product. This method of working with running backs is one you'll use again and again. It solves many problems regarding height of pads, mesh, power and making only one cut.

    Produced at the 2014 Dallas-Fort Worth Red River Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    53 minutes. 2015.


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    with Philip Montgomery, University of Tulsa Head Coach;
    former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach; 2013 Big 12 Champions;
    2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year (FootballScoop); coach of Bryce Petty, Big 12 Player of the Year; Robert Griffin III, Heisman Trophy winner; Nick Florence, All American; Kevin Kolb, Conference USA MVP; and Houston standout Case Keenum

    Former Baylor Offensive Coordinator Philip Montgomery shares insights into a offense that has dominated college football for several years. Utilizing pace and offensive balance, Coach Montgomery's offenses have been lighting up scoreboards and racking up yards by the hundreds. In this presentation, he shares playbook-related drills to use in the step-by-step development of quarterbacks.

    Quarterback Technique & Drills
    With a balanced offense, you can ill afford to have a quarterback suffer through an off day. Coach Montgomery shows individual keys to correct performance and enable your quarterback to function at his highest potential. Learn small refinements like how to hold the ball in a way that disguises plays and makes quarterback movements more efficient.

    Starting with the quick release, Coach Montgomery shares practice drills that he uses daily to train some of the top quarterbacks in college football:

    • Feet Parallel
    • Open Stance (easy way and hard way)
    • Walk Away (easy way and hard way)
    • Back Pedal
    • Walk Forward
    • Shuffle in Pocket
    • Lateral (easy way and hard way)

    Coach Montgomery talks about eliminating steps in the quarterback's throwing motion and ensuring they are balanced when they throw the ball.

    To demonstrate how these drills translate to game day, Montgomery shows game footage of Baylor's quick passing game. Throughout each play, he teaches the key points, timing and concepts for each throw.

    Shallow Passing Game
    Coach Montgomery also shares the philosophy and detailed coaching points of the Baylor passing game. You'll see:

    • subtle adjustments that go along with the shallow crossing passing game that will help the offense create explosive plays.
    • quick screens that are a major component of the Baylor offense to stretch the defense from sideline to sideline.
    • pass concepts to attack cover 0 pressure schemes to beat the blitz.

    Regardless of the type of offense that you run Coach Montgomery's ideologies, simple rules and drills can be implemented to gain a leg up in the offense versus defense war.

    Produced at the 2014 Dallas-Fort Worth Red River Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    71 minutes. 2015.


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    with Bill Blankenship, former University of Tulsa Head Coach;
    2012 Conference USA Coach of the Year; 2012 Conference USA Champions

    Bill Blankenship has been a top developer of talent for many years. He reflects on his 20+ years of coaching experience as he takes you through an in-depth look at how to establish a great football program and develop your quarterback play.

    Building a Successful Program
    Discover the essential pieces needed to build a successful program based on your core values. Coach Blankenship shares the overriding themes of his program and what he emphasizes. In addition, he shows you how to determine the type of player that will fit best into your program and shows how players who don't fit that mold can strive to attain it.

    Mental Training for the Quarterback
    Having played quarterback and coached quarterbacks at the high school and college level, Coach Blankenship knows what it takes to develop a quarterback. He begins by describing his process for creating mentally tough quarterbacks.

    Learn an "every play" process that will put the quarterback in position for success, including pre-snap reads, post-snap reads and visual cues that will help the him determine the intentions of the defense. By successfully reading the safeties, corners and linebackers, the quarterback will increase his odds of success.

    Blankenship also explains how to assess each position group on the defensive side of the ball so man and zone coverage can be easily identified. His experience and proven track record show that his process is successful.

    Taking a quarterback from clipboard jockey to battle tested game hero can be a daunting task. Oftentimes, the game plays at warp speed and all the film study in the world is not enough to slow the game to a manageable level. Coach Blankenship provides insight into how a coach can develop visual cues for the quarterback to make a smooth transition into a competent field general.

    Produced at the 2014 Dallas-Fort Worth Red River Nike Coaches Clinic.

    47 minutes. 2015.


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    with Steve Greatwood,
    University of Oregon Assistant Head Coach - Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach

    Steve Greatwood is one of the top offensive line coaches in the nation. In this instructional video, Coach Greatwood shares the entire offensive line drill package that makes the Oregon offense unstoppable.

    Using practice video, Coach Greatwood presents drills for individual blocks, double teams, zone plays and pass protection. Each drill is covered in detail, which helps you to see both good and bad techniques so you will know what to look for when teaching the drills to ensure successful implementation.

    The Oregon offense pressures every defense with its incredible fast-paced tempo. Coach Greatwood shows you the drills that make that possible, starting with rabbit drills to develop speed and balance and sled drills to develop power and explosiveness. He also shares a boards and chutes drill series to develop footwork, hand placement and pad level, and shows how to train linemen to finish a block.

    A common problem for many offenses is how to stop the opponent from setting an edge on defense. Coach Greatwood has an answer for that. Using a point-by-point teaching method, he demonstrates how to use the Bracer Skip Step (aka Shuffle Drive Step) to neutralize a defensive player who sets up a step or two to the outside

    Coach Greatwood also shares the "gallop" technique used on double teams as well as pulling drills to get linemen on second-level defenders. In the "Skip Pull" drill, linemen execute a pull around technique to get to a linebacker place side. He also covers his PODS drill working three linemen together with the tight ends as they pick up slants, angles and blitzes when running the zone play.

    Multiple drills for developing pass protection are also shown making this one of the most complete drill packages available.

    Coach Greatwood shares a repertoire of drills designed to develop players into outstanding prospects at the next level.

    84 minutes. 2015.


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    with Neal Brown, Troy University Head Coach;
    former University of Kentucky Offensive Coordinator, named 2011 National Offensive Coordinator of the Year by Rivals

    Who are your best players? How do you get them the ball during a game?

    Neal Brown, a rising star in the college coaching ranks, shows you how to maximize touches for your best offensive playmakers. Drawing on his success as offensive coordinator at Kentucky and Texas Tech, Coach Brown shows you how to "stress the defense horizontally" and how to think about your offense as "players not plays."

    In this presentation, Coach Brown uses game cut-ups to demonstrate how to plan your game around your playmakers. He shares multiple ways to get guaranteed touches for your playmakers, using screens, non-traditional runs and play action. He also covers a variety of screens from multiple formations, including trips, empty, doubles, two-back and while utilizing motion.

    This season, give your team the best chance to be successful by getting the ball into your best players' hands.

    Produced at the 2014 Louisville Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    54 minutes. 2015.


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  • 06/01/15--22:00: Pistol Offense: Inside Zone
  • with Lambert Brown, former Chaska (MN) High School Head Coach;
    2013 Missota Conference Champs; 2013 Missota Coach of the Year; led Chaska to the state semi-finals in 2013

    Every successful coach needs an inside zone play in the pistol offense in his toolkit. It gives your offense a highly effective, potent inside running attack to offset any defense. Whether you're facing an even or odd defensive front, or if your linemen are covered or uncovered, this approach is critical. In this presentation, Lambert Brown shares the concepts and principles that will allow you to successfully install and employ this effective strategy.

    Using PowerPoint slides, Coach Brown discusses the fundamentals, principles and concepts of the inside zone run game from the pistol offense. You'll see proper alignment of the quarterback and fullback as well as reviews of the option offensive principles and the fundamentals for offensive linemen when zone-blocking for the inside zone run.

    The strength of this play is evident in its ability to adapt to any offense, including non-traditional zone schemes.

    Coach Brown provides fundamental instruction on ball skills required by the quarterback to help him find the read as well as his keys during the meshing point with the fullback. The fullback is taught basic footwork and Coach Brown emphasizes the aiming point. He also focuses on identifying the action that needs to take place after the ball is given to the fullback or kept by the quarterback. He shares practice footage for the backfield drill that helps train the proper alignment and steps of the quarterback and fullback based on physical skill level. He also covers the basic footwork and reading progression needed to effectively run the inside zone from the pistol offense.

    Running the football inside usually requires complicated blocking schemes that take several hours to teach. Coach Brown explains blocking concepts against even and odd defensive fronts that can be implemented with minimal coaching. With its simple blocking schemes, the inside zone allows your offensive line to block aggressively, which develops confidence within your entire offensive unit. It also helps your running backs see running lanes.

    This presentation gives you sound fundamentals and concepts on the inside zone running attack from the pistol. You'll get an offense that is simple yet flexible enough to block even and odd fronts whether cover or uncovered - all the while giving your team a mechanical advantage and outnumbering your opponent at the point of attack.

    69 minutes. 2015.


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