Welcome back, Coach. We hope you’re surviving the turn of the clocks on Sunday and are gearing up to rock the vote tomorrow. Here’s what happened on Twitter today.
Anybody else STRUGGLING with this time change? pic.twitter.com/tlpRFqJHc1
— FNF Coaches (@fnfcoaches) November 2, 2020
Mike Tomlin’s Pittsburgh Steelers are 7-0. Do you think he’s satisfied?
Mike Tomlin on the Steelers being undefeated
“It's good today,
but it means nothing for tomorrow.”
Mindset 🎯 pic.twitter.com/qUOrUhKXEM
— CoachTube.com (@thecoachtube) November 2, 2020
If you haven’t followed Jacksonville State University coach J.R. Sandlin for recruiting tips yet, we don’t know what you’re waiting for. Today, he broke down what each position player’s HUDL video should include.
RECRUITs: I’ll be posting what your 1st couple of clips should show on your film for ALL POSITIONS throughout the week.
These clips will help minimize QUESTIONS on you. They are just suggestions in no order.
Be on the lookout for your POS.#Recruiting101
— Coach J.R. Sandlin (@JR_Sandlin) November 1, 2020
On the other hand, here’s some advice on what NOT to do on the recruiting trail.
Recruits don’t have your daddy calling me talking about you run 4.3 but your high school coach is screwing you. There’s no worse way to start a recruiting conversation off!🥶
— Coach Ola Adams \/// (@CoachOlaAdams) November 2, 2020
Our friend Coach Casey breaks down an easy touchdown for the Chiefs offense.
High School Offense pic.twitter.com/zWCFFDFSoH
— Coach Dan Casey (@CoachDanCasey) September 10, 2018
We’re hoping to get mental performance coach Lauren Johnson on the podcast later this week.
If you don’t practice your response to adversity don’t expect to respond well when it happens.
If you don’t practice your response to pressure don’t expect to respond well when it happens.
Your response needs to be trained in practice before it can be executed in performance.
— Lauren Johnson (@_laurenjohnson_) November 2, 2020
Our friend Chris Parker of Parker Resources has some advice on getting the program going from the youth level.
If you want your youth teams to build your program, ask yourself these:
– Are we keeping them playing the next year? Retention is key
– Do we have the best athletes playing?
– Are we getting the best possible coaches we can get?
– Do our teams care about the other teams?
— Chris Parker (@chris_parker222) November 2, 2020