How To Keep Progress Over the Summer in D-III Football

Spring football practice is over and the summer is finally here. Fall camp is approaching soon. In less than three months when the players strap on the pads, their hard work, or lack thereof, will be revealed. At the NCAA D-III level, summer football participation is prohibited on campus. Unlike Power Five and Division I… Read More »

What Makes a Screen Pass Successful?

The screen pass is the ultimate tendency breaker for a defense. In order to be successful, a screen play requires impeccable timing, good acting, and calling the play at the right moment.

The Art of the Run-Pass Option 

The RPO offers the best of both worlds based on the actions of one key player. This post covers some variations of this awesome concept.

Morality in the Game of Football?

Morality in the Game of Football? From a young age, athletes look up to NFL superstars in hopes that one day they can be just like them.  The real question is if certain NFL superstars should be considered role models.  While scoring a game-winning touchdown or throwing for 500 yards in a game is cool… Read More »

Six Tactics to Motivate Athletes

In 2020, Ohio University (2020) compiled the six best tips and tricks for coaches to use to motivate their players. This blog gives a brief rundown of each tip and trick and explains why they’re important.