I'm from Spain. I coached some football in my country, but the game is still a pretty small thing here. I've spent some time in USA learning the game, but is never enough. Right now I just love to watch and learn as much football as I can.
I Coach in Southeastern PA. at a private HS. I have always Coached RBs. Started in weight ball, Freshman, JV and varsity levels. We run Spread from pistol. Run game: IZ (we always read), Stretch, power, counter, invert, some jet. Pass Game: quick game, RPO, P/A, DBP, screen. I'd tell ya about our defense but I don't give a damn. I'm half-kidding. "If it's not perfect, it's not right". First heard this from Bruce Arians and it fits my Coaching style perfectly. Our RBs HATE me at times. A 6" step is a 6" step. Not 12"!
Post by coachchambers on Dec 6, 2016 9:36:42 GMT -6
Not a fulltime coach yet, just a college football player. I want to be an offensive coach with a Zone spread with some wing t/gap principles. This passed fall, I was an offensive volunteer with the QBs RBs and WRs at a smaller school in Ohio.
Been lurking on here since I was around 14 or 15, figured I would finally begin posting and imparting my knowledge (lol) and discussing with all the great posters and resources on here. Been a life long Coach-aspiree, and am in my second year of coaching HS ball in Florida curently. looking to continue soaking up everything here.
Post by Double Wing Convert on Dec 15, 2016 17:32:06 GMT -6
Hi guys. I checked the site out about a year ago, but didn't get too involved. I guess that makes me a lurker, so I'd better introduce myself. I'm a 3rd year HC in New England. I'm looking to return a previously successful school to prominence and finding the process a little slower than I'd hoped.
Been involved in the same program as player, manager, state guy and coach going on 17 years now. Currently coaching ol/dl for our jv and do stats for varsity. Been frosh hc/oc previously. We've run split backs, flex, I with a little spread mixed in previously. Switched to HUNH this year after losing and gaining some coaches. They're the ones who turned me onto this and it is Awesome!!
Currently a student-assistant at a Division III program.
Played for 2 years there and eventually realized there's no place for short and unathletic LB's past HS in 2016, so I got offered the chance to start living the dream and building my resume a few years early.
I currently help our DC in day-to-day operations (Hudl, running the scout offense, doing some position work, etc.) and serve as an extra set of eyes in the box on gameday.
Look forward to talking football and taking something meaningful from all of you!
Hi everyone. I just recently stumbled onto this site and I am loving it. I have coached Pop Warner for over 10 years, and been involved with the high school program over the past 4. The past 2 years I have been sucked into the high school program more and more. I am the strength coach for the team using Westside Barbell principles. I also assist with the O and D line, and have been known to yell at the OC when he throws the ball. It is a small 2A school so you get lots of job titles. In 2015 we played for the 2A state title against Monrovia and lost. This past season we made it to semi-state losing a heartbreaker to Eastbrook when they scored with 20 seconds left. Oh ya and I am a double wing junky especially the Murphy shotgun wing since that is what we run.
Christopher Davenport Strength Coach & Assistant Football Coach: Whiting High School Head Coach: Northlake Patriots Pop Warner Offense: Murphy Shotgun Wing Defense: 3-3-5
Just happened to come across this site and decided to join up. I'm a Division III College Football coach. I've coached at various colleges for 6 years and am currently the QB Coach and Pass Game Coordinator. We used to be a Pro Style team but made the switch to Spread/No Huddle this year and jumped PPG by 15 Pts and an extra 150 YPG. Open to talking about anything that has to do with offensive football.
Post by northeasterner on Jan 13, 2017 20:20:36 GMT -6
I'm a defensive coach in Northeast. I have grown to love the 4-3, mostly due to painful experience in other schemes. I am really interested in improving the teaching/learning aspect of football, and work hard to make the classroom stuff carry over to the field. I enjoy scheme discussions but love the Huey board because a lot of guys talk about ways to improve block reaction/destruction and tackling with high school kids.
What's up board! I've been a lurker for quite sometime reading and learning from some of y'all for awhile. I've just graduated from SHSU (Sam Houston State University) last August where I played Fullback/Tight End and am currently tying up some loose ends before I begin my coaching career.
I'm more or less interested in the offensive and special teams portion of game, but have played defense for a majority of my life.
Looking forward to MORE great advice and conversation from you guys!
Post by georgiacoach5 on Jan 26, 2017 7:56:26 GMT -6
I am a Science Teacher and Defensive Coordinator at a 4-A school in Georgia. I have coached/taught the last nine years in both public and private schools. Absolutely love the game and look forward to anything that allows me to learn more about it.
Post by granitegater on Feb 10, 2017 12:55:56 GMT -6
DC at a private boarding high school. Coaching for 11 years, 10 as DC. Defense is 4-2-5, split field 2 Read base coverage. I coach the ILB. Offense is a multiple formation (always with a TE), run game is a gap scheme of power/counter/toss/solo and pass game is sprint out, 3 step and boot. I coach the WRs.
Post by crimsonraven on Feb 13, 2017 20:29:46 GMT -6
Assistant coach from Australia, played for a few years at CB but switched to coaching after taking a few too many injuries. I'm now responsible for game analysis and assisting with the DB's. I look forward to learning as much as I can from everyone here!
Hello everyone, I am not a coach at this point, as I am looking for the best way to start out. I'm sure that is a very common question around here. I played from peewee to the end of high school at a very small school. Injuries hindered my high school career. I am currently in Massachusetts and just gathering information and trying to make connections to score a spot with a local high school as an assistant. My strengths throughout my playing career was having a knack for the playbook, I knew every play for every position.
This board seems like a wealth of knowledge and I look forward to learning and growing here!
I'm a high school assistant coach in Southern New Jersey, this upcoming fall will be my 18th season. My coaching assignment for the upcoming season will be assistant freshman coach (receivers on offense, defensive position TBA), and for the varsity I will be Director of Scouting and I will be handling the HUDL sideline apparatus.