The season has ended, the equipment is turned in, and already you are analyzing what your program can do to be better.
We worry about the things we can control. And as a coach, the only thing I can control is what my team does. I guess I can also control what I do and how I react to situations that present themselves over the course of the game.
The responsibility of pass protection does not lie solely in the lap of the offensive line. The way you train your quarterback can make your line’s job easier.
There are certain elements of football that have been accepted for so long that they have been accepted as gospel. Certain techniques, alignments, schemes, etc. are simply known to succeed or fail. Here are five ways I have bucked the tried and true and allowed my players to succeed.