6 Important Lessons From Today’s Top High School Football Coaching Gurus

Guru #1: Jeff Steinberg – Rancho Verde (California) High School Twitter: @CoachSteiny Coach Steinberg has won 2 CIF Championships and coached 6 D-1 Quarterbacks along the way. He gives some great insights into how to simplify a game plan and the process involved in doing so in a podcast interview recently with Keith Grabowski on […]

10 Sacrifices You Should Teach Your Players To Make

What do you say to the players who approach you and want to know what they can do to improve as a player? I’ve always kind of struggled with this situation because in my mind I automatically start thinking about the players weaknesses and how I can take this opportunity to tell them what they […]

The Biggest Lie Defensive Coaches Are Telling You About Shifts And Motions

It’s time to get off the fence about adding more shifts and motions to your offense. While Defensive Coaches may say movement won’t affect them, it’s not exactly true. Not the kind of pre-snap movement I’m going to tell you about. Offense is about deception and confusion. When a defense doesn’t know what play is […]

4 Steps to an Insanely Fast No Huddle Up Tempo Offense

Guest Post by Kurt Earl: Head Coach at Lincoln Christian School

Following is a guest post by Kurt Earl, who wrote this article while he was the Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach at LCS. He just finished his second year as their Head Coach. Coach Earl is the founder of Compete4Christ and his first book “Same Game | Different Fame” was published in late October. Coach Earl […]

If they do “THIS” then you do “THAT”

What do you do when a defense shows something completely different then what you expected? This video answers the question a coach recently emailed me about what are some “IF/THEN” strategies for defeating defenses that he can use. IF you don’t have these strategies built into your offense, THEN you are really missing out on […]