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Free Roster Starters, Subs, and Minimum Play Planning Excel Worksheet


CoachRagland
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Coaches,

We have all had the struggle of fitting in our minimum play players. It’s a real balancing act between getting in all your minimum players and being competitive on the football field. It is not as big of a deal when you have a smaller roster but when you have a large number of players (we had 28 and the minimum play rule was 8 plays per game) it becomes a challenge.

I came up with an excel spreadsheet to help me plan for each game and get a grasp of how many plays we would have to sub on. Saved a great deal of frustration at game time making sure your getting all your players in. Hope it can help you too!

http://youth-football-plays-and-formations.com/roster-starters-subs-and-minimum-play-planning-excel-worksheet/

http://www.youth-football-plays-and-formations.com/


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davecisar
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For US- we have no MPR rule in the league
However we enforce our own MPR rule and we count everything

To make is MUCH easier we dont just have a column for special teams
We break out EACH special team and put a check mark in that players box if he is on that special team
That way the play counter when he sees say the kickoff team heading out, puts a slash in any players box that has a check mark in the Kickoff team box, he doesnt have to seen which of our MPRs went in, he just uses the form to make the correct slash
Same for PATs, Returns etc

.....................Half 1-------------Half 2-----------Kickoff---Kick return--- PAT--PAT block--
Billy................///.............................................X..............X
Bobby..............////...........................................................................X..........X
Tommy..........////.............................................................X...............X

However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.Winston Churchill


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