Welcome back, Coach! We’ve got the best posts of the day.
It’s playoff season, and we’ll start with this one. DO NOT EMPTY THE TANK DURING THE WEEK. Should it be a hard week of practice? Yes, but you’re not going to make any physical gains at this point in the season. The hard work should be geared toward getting focused and studying film.
#1. If your players start Monday with 100 units of energy (basic example), what will they have left by Friday night? What if they don't actually start Monday with 100? Will they be in survival mode or performance mode. How you structure practice matters for sure. https://t.co/zWq3OLpugB pic.twitter.com/kC7SRBp0VE
— Brad Dixon (@coachbdixon) November 5, 2020
Maybe we’re alone on this, but we used to love practice days like this.
High school football coaches: “practice is still on. Full pads.” pic.twitter.com/shBY2T2wor
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) November 5, 2020
Jacksonville State University (Ala.) recruiting coordinator J.R. Sandlin continues his series on how to prepare HUDL films for recruiting purposes … with D-linemen!
RECRUITs: Defensive Lineman you will need to have these clips FIRST in your CUT-FILM, showing position attributes.
• Disengage Block w/ Tackle
• Pursuit Play w/Tackle
• Violent Hands
• OL Knock-Back
• Initial Ball Get Off#Recruiting101
— Coach J.R. Sandlin (@JR_Sandlin) November 5, 2020
Chicken N Waffles for lunch at school today!
Me heading down to the cafeteria…. pic.twitter.com/uc6uI6oNB7
— Coach Ramone Conley 🐅🐾🏈 (@ramonetyrelle) November 5, 2020
Good advice here. It doesn’t get any easier at the next level.
If you don’t love the game, I promise you’re not gonna make it in college 🤷🏿♂️🤷🏿♂️
— Javon Harris (@JavonHarris3D) November 5, 2020
What’s driving the conversation in your locker room? Email Managing Editor Dan Guttenplan or Tweet us @fnfcoaches. Don’t forget to use that hashtag #FNFCoachesTalk