HC and OC in Illinois. School of 2300. 7A out of 8 classes. We are true option offense. Inside, outside veer, midline, counter option. Have been doing it for the past 28 years. Defense we run a 52 slant and angle. Two state champs and a runner up.
Post by coachgregory on Jul 26, 2005 14:34:33 GMT -6
I coach select ball in Frisco, Texas. Engineer by trade.
Played ball at Westbrook HS in Beaumont, Texas in 88. Played some ball in the Marine Corps for several years. I have coached Marine Corps 11man and 8man tackle for five years (maybe six I forget now) and two of those being a head coach. Coached three years of 3A ball as a OC and RB coach in North Carolina. Now I coach youth ball and have been since 98 and love it.
Coached Run & Shoot and Single Back spread offense in the Corps and HS ball. Coach the Double Wing offense for youth.
Used the 44 stack and split at various levels along with variations of the 53 and 62 but I prefer the 46 defense and getting a lot of pressure on the offense.
Post by easternkycoach on Jul 30, 2005 0:17:04 GMT -6
1 year coaching experience at Cumberland College/NAIA Williamsburg, KY. 6 years of 3A and 2nd year of 1A in southeastern Kentucky. 1 year DC in the 4-3, 1 year OC in the I, prefer OL/DL and strength training/conditioning, but have basically done it all as most of us have. Coached in all defenses but 3-3-5. Currently in Wing-T but have coached Wishbone, I, and Spread Gun also.
I'm not the guy that says we can't do it, I'm the guy sayin', lets make sure we know what we want to do and how to do it before we do it!
Post by canuckcoach on Jul 31, 2005 1:20:29 GMT -6
Hello from the 'great white north'.
I'm new to the board and am looking to talk shop with anyone interested. Thanks to phantom and tog for putting me onto this board. Phantom and i use to talk a while back on Toby's site a while back. Hope to hear from some of ya soon.
I'm in Hamilton, Ontario....'bout 45 mins. sw of toronto
In my tenth year of coaching..
-4 at the high school level -2 at the university level -4 at the all-star level (summer league in ontario) -3 National Championships with Team Ontario (under 19-same as state all-star team)
-have coached oline and was run game coord. with a 22 and under national team for 2 years
-currently coach dline (past 5 years) and assist with the front 7 with the all-star summer team
-currently in second semester of a Masters in Elementary Education at a school in Buffalo
I'm always looking to better myself and advance my career....
Post by gulfcoastoffense on Aug 11, 2005 22:20:09 GMT -6
Kevin from Alabama
Playing Experience: OL in high school in an option style, I back offense.
Coaching Experience: Entering 5th year as a volunteer at a middle school while finishing my degree (OL/TE, 7th grade Offensive Coordinator) in I backs, pro and shotgun offense. 1 year at the University of North Alabama as a student assistant (OL/TE) in a spread offense.
Main influence: Bill Walsh
I will finish my undergraduate degree in May and will be looking for a graduate assistant position anywhere I can find one. I have also been studying the West Coast Offense for a few months, hence the "GulfCoastOffense" name.
HS DC in maryland Run the multiple 33 stack offensively we are run&shoot
this will be my 6th year coaching. I've experienced success at every level i've coached and hope it continues this year. I am also on jerry campbell's forum under the same name. Anyone like to trade or discuss things we do, all for it!
HS coach In SC....played QB, FS in HS......ran multiple I in HS.....played QB in college - ran pro west coast.....hate defending the wingbone; love running the spread; use power schemes out of spread formations...
Post by goldenbear76 on Aug 15, 2005 2:01:23 GMT -6
Name: Marc From: California (Bay Area), now living Central Oregon Played Football for 8 years! Coached : 1st year coach.
I played 4 years at the High School level in Richmond, California at DeAnza High. Earned All-League as Off. Tackle.
Went to Jr. College in Pleasant Hill, CA for 2 years earning AA, DVC JC. Earned 2nd Team All-League as Off. Tackle.
Earned a scholarship to NAIA Minot State University in North Dakota, got injured after first year (L4/L5 disc in my back)..hung up the cleats.
Majored in Management Information Systems in college and then proceeded to see the Tech Industry crash,....... all the internships I did, the companies went over-seas. Did some contract work with computers, but coaching is my passion.
Moved up to Oregon 8 months ago, now Offensive line coach for 2A High School, and i'm having a great time. Learning from a really good Head Coach.
My ultimate goal is to coach college as a profession. I have no interest at the Pro-level. So i'm learning as much as I can, and meeting everyone I can. Because like in Business, if your good at what you do, knowing people helps you advance.
Offenses I've played in:
Pro-set Spread Veer out of I-Form Zone blocking out of various formations.
Post by shortyardage on Aug 16, 2005 1:42:24 GMT -6
Los Angeles, California all of my coaching career. I'm going into my 27th year of coaching high school football. We have 12 divisions in our section, I've coached in D-1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 10 and 12 and now I'm back in D-4.
I was a fullback in high school in a Power I offense. We ran the Belly series on offense and a 4-4 on defense. I was a Tailback in college on an I offense.
I've coached I, Veer, Double Wing(out of the I), Wing-T, but mostly the Paul Brown system. On defense I've coached the 4-4, 5-2, 4-3 and now the 4-2-5.
I've been a head coach twice and an athletic director twice, offensive cordinator and defensive coordinator. Right now I'm coaching linebackers in a close friend's progam and getting a Master's degree.
Anything football or coaching and I'm interested in it.
Coaching experience: - 2 years as a RB coach, special team coordinator & co-offensive coordinator at the high school level. - 3 (1 year as a DC & two years as a DB coach in another school) at the CEGEP level (here in Québec, high school stops at the 11th grade. Afterwards you go to CEGEP for 2-3 years. It is mandatory before going to university.) - 6 years, (started when I was still in college) at the all-star provincial level (summer provincial Championship in Québec). 4 as a DC, 1 as a HC & the last one as an OC) - 1 year as an HC in France, division 2.
Offense: - Zone runs from multiple formations - Spread Defense: 4-3 & 5-2 vs WING T teams
Been visting this site for a month now.
There's some great stuff here.
I look forward to using this as a resource to talk about the game.
Post by spreadjet31 on Aug 28, 2005 12:59:07 GMT -6
I'm a high school OC in Jay, Maine. That's right, we know how to play with the pigskin this far North. We just usually end up playing in the snow by the end of the season.
I was a Pro I RB in college at the DIII level. Followed in the footsteps of Joe Dudek at Plymouth State in New Hampshire.
Our offense @ Jay is multiple formation Spread with a large % of our snaps in Gun. We incorporate the jet sweep package of plays along with inside/outside zone, trap, lots of different option looks and a heavy dose of Andy Coverdale style bunch and short passing schemes.
On defense we are a 3-5-3 team that went from 25th to 4th in the state statistically when we switched from our old 4-3 last year.
This current season is my 5th, all at Jay High School.
Matthew Friedman Assistant Coach-Wide Receivers Husson University Bangor, Maine
Darin Slack - Orlando, Florida Head coach, Florida - I guess that makes a few of us now from the Sunshine State.
I am a Head Coach in Florida and have run a national Quarterback Training program for the past 17 years working with all levels of players.
I played under Mike Kruczek, Arizona Cardinals QB coach, and former Head Coach at Central Florida. We ran the spread in the 80s before it became fun to do everywhere. We did it because we couldn't run the ball.
I run a multiple 1 back set with Spread, Gun, and Double wing terminology mixed in. I call it the "Sandlot" offense. It is rules based, so we can do all kinds of whacked stuff. I am kind of like that, I need holes in the playground yard fences so that my creativity can get out and run around. My kids will roll their eyes on Mondays, when I add some new wrinkle each week. We will go five wides, double tight, and run screens, quick hitters, go deep,etc. The versatility hides my weak players and makes the defense think we are better than we are. We are smart, but not big or fast.
I posted as dsqa on the Jerry Campbell forum and will be the same here.
I may post some different concepts on QB development than what you guys may be used to hearing, but give it a look, you may find this stuff really works. You can visit my site at www.quarterbackacademy.com and get a feel for where I am coming from.
Tog, thanks for the regular encouragement you gave me on the jcfb board, I just want to help if I can, and I sure enjoy learning new things. You have a great setup, and I look forward to the fresh start here.