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Power Spread Offense 3-Pack
FD-05068A: with Matt Drinkall,Kansas Wesleyan University Head CoachIn just his second year as head coach (2015), Coach Drinkall led Kansas Wesleyan to its best season in school history. Coming off a 2-9 season the year before, the Coyotes racked up a school-record 10 wins and earned a berth in the NAIA Football Championship Series for the first time since 2002. Coach Drinkall's offense ranked fifth in the NAIA in total offense and pass offense per game and was seventh in the country in scoring. Coach Drinkall served as offensive coordinator at Saint Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa for two seasons, guiding an offense that ranked No. 4 in the NAIA in scoring offense (44.2 points per game), total offense (505.9 yards per game), passing offense (326.3 yards per game) in 2013. He helped SAU reach the NAIA Football Championship Series three times (`08, `12 and `13).Spreading the offense and forcing opponents to defend the entire field has become prevalent in today's competitive football environment, leading to record-breaking offensive production. Designing such an offense from scratch will provide the modern football coach with an advantage over copy-cat opponents. Coach Drinkall explains how he was able to turn a struggling NAIA football team into a playoff powerhouse with a simple, yet difficult to defend Power Spread Offense. By providing in-depth commentary, analysis, and use of quantifiable data, Drinkall shows you how to quickly troubleshoot and simplify your offense to become more productive on game day. Designing and Structuring an Offense What kind of offense do you need? Learn how to structure your offense using simple categorizations and play families that will allow you to teach your offensive philosophy conceptually. This will allow your players to execute on the field based on game-day situations. Coach Drinkall illustrates and reviews different types of tempo based on what kind of offense you want to implement. Changing up the tempo of an offense can cause havoc for a defense. He explains how he changes up the tempo in order to take advantage of the defense's weakness. One key aspect of putting together an offense is knowing your personnel. Drinkall explains how he makes play call decisions based on his personnel on the field. It's all about maximizing the talent on the field and trying to expose the defense's weaknesses. Using game footage, Drinkall shows his philosophies in action. The Power Spread Offense After discussing how to use quantifiable data to troubleshoot and/or design a new offense, Drinkall examines his own offense built from his personal philosophy and coaching experience. You'll see: Six unique formations Power football Deadly play-actions Explosive RPOs (Run-Pass Options) Coach Drinkall finishes with video examples of his offense in action, showing how with sound structure and design, his offense remains flexible and ready to execute in multiple game situations. Whether your offense is backed against your own goal-line, coming out to score, or facing an opponent at their goal-line, Coach Drinkall will show you how to get your players ready to perform on game day in this video. "With Coach Drinkall's videos I now have a proven method of organizing my offense in a way that is 'short, fast, & simple' and allows my players to focus on making plays." - Customer Review 76 minutes. 2017.FD-05068B: with Matt Drinkall,Kansas Wesleyan University Head CoachIn just his second year as head coach (2015), Coach Drinkall led Kansas Wesleyan to its best season in school history. Coming off a 2-9 season the year before, the Coyotes racked up a school-record 10 wins and earned a berth in the NAIA Football Championship Series for the first time since 2002. Coach Drinkall's offense ranked fifth in the NAIA in total offense and pass offense per game and was seventh in the country in scoring. Coach Drinkall served as offensive coordinator at Saint Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa for two seasons, guiding an offense that ranked No. 4 in the NAIA in scoring offense (44.2 points per game), total offense [...]



Randy Jackson's Building a Championship Football Culture Series
FD-04997A: with Randy Jackson,Grapevine (TX) High School Head Coach;2015 Tom Landry Award winnerA great culture in your football program doesn't happen on accident - you have to create it.Every coach knows what type of program they want to build. Even fewer coaches have the knowledge to make it happen. Randy Jackson unveils proven tools he has used to change the culture and turn around two different high schools in Texas, as well as several creative ways to change the mindset and culture in your school.Coach Jackson believes defining and organizing your program's culture will give you an advantage for training your athletes how to compete harder, tougher, and at a higher level. Coach Jackson covers core values, leadership programming, player evaluations, parent education, relationship building, community and appreciation campaigns. He also discuss mental growth of the entire coaching staff, as well as integrating the growth of the entire locker room. Coach Jackson shares numerous creative concepts to establish great relationships and concepts for building a true team spirit. You will see how to develop your team mentally by putting the team into "family groups," units in which the kids develop relationships with each other. The championship notebook is a guideline for leadership development and a huge part of developing championship culture. The Breakfast with Champions brings not only the players together, but also parents, teachers and supporters to celebrate the team and build family. Football 101 for moms is a great way to not only educate the mothers of the game of football, but is an opportunity to sell your program in a positive light. Head Coach's Dinner is a unique way for head coaches to bond with their football players and foster and strengthen the relationship with each athlete in a small, personalized setting. Coach Jackson reveals over 10 Appreciation Campaign ideas for teaching athletes how to look beyond themselves and show appreciation for the greatest supporters within the program's community, administration, teachers, families and others. And many more!Successful programs don't build themselves - they happen by building solid cultures. If you have an average program and want to transform into a great program, this video from a veteran coach is exactly what you need."There are not enough videos like this that go beyond strategy and the X' and O's of football. ... Coach Jackson holds nothing back in giving great information on methods that can be easily integrated into your program. This kind of program is the kind I would want my two sons to be a part of. You will not only build better football players, but better men as a result of watching this video." - Customer Review 58 minutes. 2016.FD-04997B: with Randy Jackson,Grapevine (TX) High School Head Coach;2015 Tom Landry Award winnerTo establish a championship culture, your culture must be based on toughness. This is not a simple philosophy. Building toughness into your football program requires above and beyond effort from leadership within the coaching ranks, which is then passed down into the players on your team. Randy Jackson shows you step-by-step how to run your program at a high level to develop and define your core values, as well as what toughness means to your program. Without this labor-intensive step, you will never build the toughness and discipline needed to win championships with your football program. Coach Jackson's method is not about telling players they should be leaders and hoping they will figure it out on their own. His approach is driven by building a leadership academy for your program to mentor and monitor each step of the process. This forces you as a coach to be extremely prepared and organized to test, track and monitor everything you want your football players to be held accountable for.Off-season ToughnessThe objective of off-season toughness is to builder greater mental discipline, focus and vision into your athletes. You will witness an off-season program that teaches players to "finis[...]



The Complete Pistol Wing-T System
FD-04257A: with Rick Stewart,former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.Coach Stewart shows you how to install the Pistol Wing-T system starting in the spring and continuing through summer, fall, and into your season. You will quickly see why, despite having many 2-way starters, his teams finish strong each game without ever running sprints during practice.This DVD shows annual, monthly, and daily practice plans that are discussed thoroughly so that anyone wishing to install and run the Pistol Wing-T can do so in a relatively easy manner.Background & PhilosophyCoach Stewart evolved the Pistol Wing-T offense after coaching at four different schools. He has coached at the small, agricultural school with 600 students and no weight room, to the large, rural school of 2,000 students, to his current position at a large, inner city school of 2,000.Stewart took all four of these schools to the playoffs with this offense and without ever coaching a scholarship player! His proven system works at all levels. Stewart briefly shares the vision, philosophies, and goals he had to instill at all of these losing programs.Practice Goals & ConsiderationsThis is the "checklist" of goals and expectations of every practice in regards to turnovers, maximum reps, and conditioning with a purpose. Stewart's linear teaching progression is discussed and he shows how to match the technique to the drill to the play call. Stewart also shows how to correctly balance full contact with no contact drills. Stewart's practice schedules always contain "hidden" individual time that gives position coaches additional time to teach important techniques.Off-Season & SpringStewart shows how to get a jump on your opponents by starting your teaching after school and in the weight room when your players come back from winter break. He then goes through his day-by-day installation sequence during 10 spring practices. Daily practice schedules are shown, in addition to the sequence of motions, formations, and plays that are installed first. SummerStewart allows for 12 summer practices which balances the demands of multiple-sport athletes and allows for players and coaches to enjoy their summer break. The installation schedule is continued from the spring with the goal of the entire base offense being installed before August. Stewart also shows how to approach 7 on 7 and summer camps. AugustStewart summarizes the individual and group drills that are explained in the other Pistol Wing-T videos, but here he shows when and where the drills are inserted into the practice schedules. He then goes through his twenty August practices and how he re-installs all of the plays but now adds the "wrinkles" such key breakers, blitz pickup, and use of different formations.At all of Stewart's coaching stops, most of the players and coaches worked during the day, so he shows a unique way of doing "double practices" without having a morning practice.ConditioningThe Pistol Wing-T is a fast, explosive offense that requires the ball to be snapped within 3 seconds of breaking the huddle. This puts great pressure on the defense to recognize all the different formations that Stewart uses. It is also an offense designed for the 180 pound guard and 140 pound halfback, so quickness and conditioning are very important components to compete against bigger opponents. Stewart is a master at incorporating conditioning into the entire practice and challenges his athletes both physically and mentally.In-Season and PlayoffsThis section shows how to effectively use your time once school has started and how Coach Stewart uses every assistant coach in weekly game plans. Daily practice schedules are shown and discussed. He then shows how he modifies for league and [...]



Building a 4-2-5 Defense
FD-04910A: with Ricky Coon,Southeast Missouri State University Assistant Coach/Defensive LineAn Arena Football veteran, Ricky Coon is quickly making an impact in the coaching profession. Prior to coming to Southeast Missouri State, Coon served as the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Ellsworth Community College, where 18 of his players received all-conference recognition and three were named National Junior College Athletic Association All-Americans. He helped lead the Panthers to the 2009 NJCAA Region XI Championships, two Midwest Football Conference Playoff titles and two NJCAA bowl game appearances. In 2009, Coon's defensive unit set a school record for fewest yards allowed in a bowl game. He also served as defensive coordinator at Highland Community College, where his defensive units finished in the Top 20 in the NJCAA in each of his two seasons. With the spread offense taking over high school and collegiate football, coaches need to implement a defensive look that will not only adapt to the traditional pro style offense or Wing-T system, but one that can easily adjust to the spread offense as well.Every coach is looking for simplicity in a defensive package. Ricky Coon points out how the 4-2-5 defense can be just that - simple enough for coaches to teach and for players to learn and play fast! He will show you why the 4-2-5 is a system that can adapt to any offensive scheme and quickly take away its strengths. 4-2-5 OverviewWhy use the 4-2-5 defense? Coach Coon describes it as a "plus 1" defense, meaning you can put one more defender in the box than the offense can block. Coach Coon points out the 4-2-5 is a system-based defense that allows you to alter your system to face whatever offense you see. This prevents the need for changing your defense from week to week. 4-2-5 PhilosophyA couple of of the biggest goals that can be obtained in the 4-2-5 are limiting big plays and allowing you to succeed on third down. Coach Coon details his philosophy, which has three parts: run to the football, be physical and tackling/takeaways. Turnover and Tackling Circuit TrainingDiscover a circuit training routine that focuses on tackling and creating turnovers. Using practice video, Coach Coon takes you through his circuit drill package and discusses each drill in detail to improve tackling and increase turnovers. By selecting four drills a day and rotating drills from day to day, you will see a drill sequence that develops the objectives of the defense, and is efficient in getting a lot of work done in a short period of time. Position CharacteristicsCoach Coon breaks down each position and the characteristics he wants in players at those positions. You'll get an idea of how to organize your players in a manner that will make the defense effective. Coach Coon discusses the basics of the defense by describing each position and how to use a "two quarterback" safety system that make calls for each side of the field.Implement a simple defensive system that has answers against any offense you will see using Coach Coon's 4-2-5 defense!49 minutes. 2016.FD-04910B: with Ricky Coon,Southeast Missouri State University Assistant Coach/Defensive LineAn Arena Football veteran, Ricky Coon is quickly making an impact in the coaching profession. Prior to coming to Southeast Missouri State, Coon served as the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Ellsworth Community College, where 18 of his players received all-conference recognition and three were named National Junior College Athletic Association All-Americans. He helped lead the Panthers to the 2009 NJCAA Region XI Championships, two Midwest Football Conference Playoff titles and two NJCAA bowl game appearances. In 2009, Coon's defensive unit set a school record for fewest yards allowed in a bowl game. He also served as defensive coordinator at Highland Community College, where his defensive units finished in the Top 20 in the NJCAA in each of his two seasons. With the spread offense ta[...]



40 Drills for Winning the Line of Scrimmage
with Steve Greatwood,
University of California, Berkeley Offensive Line Coach;
former University of Oregon Assistant Head Coach - Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach; American Football Coaches Association National Offensive Line Coach of the Year (2008)

Steve Greatwood is one of the top offensive line coaches in the nation. In this instructional DVD, Coach Greatwood shares the entire offensive line drill package that makes the Oregon offense unstoppable.

Using practice video, Coach Greatwood presents drills for individual blocks, double teams, zone plays and pass protection. Each drill is covered in detail, which helps you to see both good and bad techniques so you will know what to look for when teaching the drills to ensure successful implementation.

The Oregon offense pressures every defense with its incredible fast-paced tempo. Coach Greatwood shows you the drills that make that possible, starting with rabbit drills to develop speed and balance and sled drills to develop power and explosiveness. He also shares a boards and chutes drill series to develop footwork, hand placement and pad level, and shows how to train linemen to finish a block.

A common problem for many offenses is how to stop the opponent from setting an edge on defense. Coach Greatwood has an answer for that. Using a point-by-point teaching method, he demonstrates how to use the Bracer Skip Step (aka Shuffle Drive Step) to neutralize a defensive player who sets up a step or two to the outside

Coach Greatwood also shares the "gallop" technique used on double teams as well as pulling drills to get linemen on second-level defenders. In the "Skip Pull" drill, linemen execute a pull around technique to get to a linebacker place side. He also covers his PODS drill working three linemen together with the tight ends as they pick up slants, angles and blitzes when running the zone play.

Multiple drills for developing pass protection are also shown making this one of the most complete drill packages available.

Coach Greatwood shares a repertoire of drills designed to develop players into outstanding prospects at the next level.

84 minutes. 2015.




40 Drills for Winning the Line of Scrimmage
with Steve Greatwood,
University of California, Berkeley Offensive Line Coach;
former University of Oregon Assistant Head Coach - Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach; American Football Coaches Association National Offensive Line Coach of the Year (2008)

Steve Greatwood is one of the top offensive line coaches in the nation. In this instructional video, Coach Greatwood shares the entire offensive line drill package that makes the Oregon offense unstoppable.

Using practice video, Coach Greatwood presents drills for individual blocks, double teams, zone plays and pass protection. Each drill is covered in detail, which helps you to see both good and bad techniques so you will know what to look for when teaching the drills to ensure successful implementation.

The Oregon offense pressures every defense with its incredible fast-paced tempo. Coach Greatwood shows you the drills that make that possible, starting with rabbit drills to develop speed and balance and sled drills to develop power and explosiveness. He also shares a boards and chutes drill series to develop footwork, hand placement and pad level, and shows how to train linemen to finish a block.

A common problem for many offenses is how to stop the opponent from setting an edge on defense. Coach Greatwood has an answer for that. Using a point-by-point teaching method, he demonstrates how to use the Bracer Skip Step (aka Shuffle Drive Step) to neutralize a defensive player who sets up a step or two to the outside

Coach Greatwood also shares the "gallop" technique used on double teams as well as pulling drills to get linemen on second-level defenders. In the "Skip Pull" drill, linemen execute a pull around technique to get to a linebacker place side. He also covers his PODS drill working three linemen together with the tight ends as they pick up slants, angles and blitzes when running the zone play.

Multiple drills for developing pass protection are also shown making this one of the most complete drill packages available.

Coach Greatwood shares a repertoire of drills designed to develop players into outstanding prospects at the next level.

84 minutes. 2015.




Phillip Montgomery: Baylor Offense 2-Pack
FD-04744A: with Philip Montgomery, University of Tulsa Head Coach;former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach; 2013 Big 12 Champions;2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year (FootballScoop); coach of Bryce Petty, Big 12 Player of the Year; Robert Griffin III, Heisman Trophy winner; Nick Florence, All American; Kevin Kolb, Conference USA MVP; and Houston standout Case KeenumFormer Baylor Offensive Coordinator Philip Montgomery shares insights into a offense that has dominated college football for several years. Utilizing pace and offensive balance, Coach Montgomery's offenses have been lighting up scoreboards and racking up yards by the hundreds. In this presentation, he shares playbook-related drills to use in the step-by-step development of quarterbacks. Quarterback Technique & DrillsWith a balanced offense, you can ill afford to have a quarterback suffer through an off day. Coach Montgomery shows individual keys to correct performance and enable your quarterback to function at his highest potential. Learn small refinements like how to hold the ball in a way that disguises plays and makes quarterback movements more efficient. Starting with the quick release, Coach Montgomery shares practice drills that he uses daily to train some of the top quarterbacks in college football: Feet Parallel Open Stance (easy way and hard way) Walk Away (easy way and hard way) Back Pedal Walk Forward Shuffle in Pocket Lateral (easy way and hard way)Coach Montgomery talks about eliminating steps in the quarterback's throwing motion and ensuring they are balanced when they throw the ball. To demonstrate how these drills translate to game day, Montgomery shows game footage of Baylor's quick passing game. Throughout each play, he teaches the key points, timing and concepts for each throw. Shallow Passing Game Coach Montgomery also shares the philosophy and detailed coaching points of the Baylor passing game. You'll see: subtle adjustments that go along with the shallow crossing passing game that will help the offense create explosive plays. quick screens that are a major component of the Baylor offense to stretch the defense from sideline to sideline. pass concepts to attack cover 0 pressure schemes to beat the blitz.Regardless of the type of offense that you run Coach Montgomery's ideologies, simple rules and drills can be implemented to gain a leg up in the offense versus defense war.Produced at the 2014 Dallas-Fort Worth Red River Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.71 minutes. 2015.FD-04744B: with Philip Montgomery, University of Tulsa Head Coach;former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach; 2013 Big 12 Champions;2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year (FootballScoop); coach of Bryce Petty, Big 12 Player of the Year; Robert Griffin III, Heisman Trophy winner; Nick Florence, All American; Kevin Kolb, Conference USA MVP; and Houston standout Case KeenumThe two most important aspects of a balanced offense are the quarterback and the running back. In this presentation, former Baylor Offensive Coordinator and 2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year Philip Montgomery shares specific drills to develop your running back. Reinforcing the concept that "you have to be able to apply your drills to what you are doing on the field," he teaches each drill and then uses game film to demonstrate how each drill shows up in a game. Running Back Technique & Drills:Coach Montgomery begins by working the mesh of the running back and quarterback. The mesh is the most fundamental component of the Baylor running attack. Everything is built from this foundation. Stressing specific steps and angles, he still leaves room for differing types of running backs. Using chutes, bags and personnel, he creates a game-like situation that can be controlled and critiqued in all phases. Uncomplicated drills are used as learning exercises to help running backs improve and develop th[...]



Will Muschamp: Secondary Coverages & Defensive Back Drills
with Will Muschamp,
University of South Carolina Head Coach;
former University of Florida Head Coach;

In great detail using PowerPoint slides and film, Will Muschamp covers every aspect of playing great secondary coverage. For example, he shares a "T" step that allows the defender to put his cleats into the ground and break on balls quickly. But first, a defender must understand the concept of being "in faze" with the receiver and the defensive back must learn how to be the receivers' eyes and hands when he is "out of faze." These are important concepts that Coach Muschamp covers.

Playing off of blocks is emphasized and Coach Muschamp shares a perimeter drill that teaches the defensive backs to attack the receiver and run through the ball carrier with the near leg and near shoulder. Four different drills are shown in his tackling progression before Coach Muschamp details the use of the Angle and Pad Tackling Drills.

Using game and practice footage, Coach Muschamp discusses the "Rip and Liz" calls used when defending 2-by-2 formations, as well as the importance of reading the number two receiver in the secondary. Next, he tells how to defend 3-by-1 sets using the "Skate" call.

All coaches will benefit from the experience of an SEC coach who teaches fundamentals and hard work in this presentation.

Produced at the 2014 Louisville Nike Coach of the Year clinic.

75 minutes. 2014.




Steve Sarkisian: Tagging Your Run Game with Perimeter Screens
with Steve Sarkisian, former USC Head Coach

Steve Sarkisian has successfully developed an extremely difficult-to-defend perimeter passing game. In this presentation, he takes you through his coaching and team philosophy as well as his perimeter passing game. It doesn't matter if you're a pro-style offense or a spread concept team, you can use this attack to stretch the field and get the ball in open space to your playmakers.

Coach Sarkisian uses game footage to explain his multiple screen packages. First, he demonstrates how to count numbers in the perimeter screen game. Tags are used to create two plays in one that allow the play to be successful regardless of the defensive alignment. Coach Sarkisian shows you an easy system to tag your run game and help your offensive production by taking advantage of what the defense is giving you. The run game is tagged with the single receiver routes to get the ball to your playmakers . When the defense wants to take away your perimeter screen game, convert your screen to a single receiver route to take advantage of the press defense. Coach Sarkisian shows how easy it is for the offense to have great execution because the same blocking scheme is used regardless of which play is being run.

The perimeter screen is shown tagged with the "slick" route, the hitch, fade, Y arrow, the quick game as well as play action to make it incredibly difficult for the defense to read your offense. All perimeter plays discussed in the presentation give the QB a run pass option. If your quarterback is not a great runner, Coach Sarkisian shows you how to tag the zone read with the perimeter screen. He talks about these perimeter-passing tags both in and out of the red zone and with or without motion. In addition, he explores screens built into the quick passing game as options.

You'll also hear Coach Sarkisian discuss his coaching philosophy for his team. He explains the dynamic we face in today's coaching world. The ability to develop mental toughness is a key for success for every team. Being able to have your team mentally prepared leads to success on the field.

The perimeter screen package can be adapted to any offensive scheme and coaches at all levels can benefit from the information in this dynamic presentation. Get your athletes into space this season with this perimeter passing game DVD.

Produced at the 2014 Dallas/Fort Worth Red River Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

59 minutes. 2014.




Shotgun Double Wing Offense Series
FVD-04224A: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!Tim Murphy has a long history of creating great running football teams. As defenses have evolved, he has fine tuned the double wing to ensure success. Murphy has added the shotgun to the double wing and given the quarterback both passing and zone read options. Defenders are now tasked with stopping a devastating run game and an expanded passing game. Coach Murphy gives you a comprehensive look at the essentials you need to understand and run the shotgun double wing as your offense. He discusses the philosophy behind the system, describes the key traits that make each position in the offense successful, and how to identify the best player suited for each position. You will learn where to put your most athletic kid, your biggest kid, smallest kid, weakest kid and most athletic linemen. As a dynamic offense, you must be able to show different offensive sets. Coach Murphy delivers eight formations off of his base set which will allow you to transition from one set to the next and stress the defense to the point of failure. He shows you the Pro, Twins, Trips, Ram, Lion, Over, Under, and Eagle, which is his direct snap to the tailback formation. Expand your playbook and make your offense more effective without forcing your players to learn new plays.A simple numbering system is explained that coaches can easily incorporate in their offense. Coach Murphy discusses key indicators that need to be watched and identified during games such as whether defenders are penetrators or readers. He then spends time explaining how he attacks different defenses, and he discusses what defenses might do to stop the double wing.Coach Murphy goes into detail about the execution of the 14 different blocks that are vital to the success of the offense. He uses a dry erase board to help explain the different blocks that each lineman needs to execute, and has each block named so that a player knows exactly how to execute it. You will learn blocking techniques such as the Skip Block, which is the newest and latest technique used by NFL teams, the Tunnel Block, Down and Wheel Block, Log Block, Post Block, and Reach Block. He explains how assistant coaches are an integral part of his play calling process and how to use them to the team's advantage. You'll also see practice footage to gain an understanding of how Coach Murphy practices his offense.Stay one step ahead of evolving defenses with the Shotgun Double Wing Offense!47 minutes. 2013. FVD-04224B: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach; 2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; In 2012 ranked first in the state of California (DII) in scoring (54 ppg); total yards (over 500 ypg) and rushing (over 400 ypg); During his 13 years of running the Double Wing Offense, Murphy has won four CIF titles, 10 league championships and has been ranked in the Top 50 in the nation three times!As defenses evolve to defend today's spread offenses, the double wing offers a unique challenge with its physical between-the-tackles style of football. Tim Murphy's Power Series gives you multiple blockers at the point of attack and constant pounding that will eventually wear down the defense changing three yard gains into 30 yard gains. The Power Series is an effective way to block and neutralize the defensive end and render a superior athlete a non-factor. Coach Murphy breaks down the many different blocking schemes that will wreck odd[...]



Gaining Possessions Using the Onside Kick

with Kevin Kelley, Pulaski Academy (AR) Head Coach;
2016 All-USA Coach of the Year;
Kelley's teams have gone 165-25-1 and won six state titles.

Kevin Kelley has put together a championship program that is unique in a variety of ways. His team almost never punts, almost always onside kicks, has averaged 500 yards per game on offense and has had an incredible eight-year run in which his team has been to the state championship game four times, winning twice.

The onside kicking strategy developed when Kelley realized that opponents were starting from their own 33 yard line on regular kick offs and from their 47 yard line on unsuccessful onside kicks. With the onside kick, his team was only giving up 14 yards of field possession, but with a chance to get the ball back.

In this video, Kelley teaches key aspects of the onside kick including how they place the ball on the tee, motions to approach the ball and successful techniques for recovering the ball. You'll see a traditional onside kick, multiple types of squib kicks, as well as a unique drop-kick onside kick.

Benefits to the onside kick:

  • Provides extra possessions for your offense
  • Affects opponents preparation and overall game plan
  • Lessens the chance of a big return
  • Creates field position advantages later in the game by kicking it over the opponent's head
  • Inspires creativity and enthusiasm in your players and coaches
  • Easy to install (20 minutes per week)

Coach Kelley uses game video to demonstrate his multitude of kickoffs. You will see "Onside Left" used with two kickers; the "NBA," which is a long onside kick; the "Super Squib" which is aimed at an opposing player; the "Super Middle" with everyone in the middle; the "Copter;" the "NFL" that drives the ball high into the air; and a "Dropkick" onside kick off that most coaches don't even know its legal!

Kelley discusses the advantages of each kickoff and how to align and kick the ball for each.

With so many misdirection and deceiving onside kick plays, your special teams will finally become truly special!

77 minutes. 2014.




Half-A-Thousand Yard Offense Series
FD-04628A: with Kevin Kelley, Pulaski Academy (AR) Head Coach;2016 All-USA Coach of the Year;Kelley's teams have gone 165-25-1 and won six state titles. Kevin Kelley adheres to the philosophy that the more square yards a defender has to cover, the less effective the defense becomes. Using a horizontal set with a vertical pass mindset, he has adhered to this philosophy while winning two Arkansas State Championships and throwing for over 4,000 yards per season. Using game film, Coach Kelley covers every aspect required to teach this explosive offense. This offense forces opponents to defend a multiple formation offense that spreads the field and attacks the defense in a variety of ways. The first key in making this passing game go is to read the safeties and determine what they are trying to take away. Coach Kelley believes alignment is paramount to what they do on offense and explains his 2x2, 3x1, 4x1 and 3x2 sets. He uses as many as 10 different formations in the first 10 plays of each game to determine how the defense will align, so he can pinpoint their weaknesses. Using a powerpoint before quickly moving on to game film, Coach Kelley discusses the pre-snap and post-snap read of his quarterback as well as the horizontal spacing of a defender. He believes the quarterback needs to take care of one defender with his read and the receiver will take of the other defender with his route. He coaches his quarterbacks to be patient on linebacker reads because they will give you "false reads," but tells his quarterback to be "quick" on safety reads.You will see game cut-ups of route concepts as Coach Kelley teaches the dynamics of each play and what will make it successful. Man routes, read routes, and routes to isolate a short defender are all covered. He shows you how he uses play action to isolate the short defender and use his momentum against him. The "Spider" package includes play action off of the fly sweep and puts defensive reads in conflict with Spider Y, Spider Screen and Spider Y-X Flare.Kelly provides a number of tips on: Crossing routes that will protect your receivers from getting 'lit up' after the catch Quarterback reads - regardless whether it's Zone or Man Coverage - that are essential to your offense's effectiveness Receiver reads and reactions that will allow even your 'less talented' receivers to shine Keeping a vertical philosophy in the Red Zone to maintain pressure on the safeties Coach Kelley gives you a thorough break down of a passing game philosophy that can be easily and successfully applied to many of today's offensive sets. Let Coach Kelley teach you how to hang a half a thousand on your opponents this season by developing an outstanding passing game in your offensive system. 66 minutes. 2014.FD-04628B: with Kevin Kelley, Pulaski Academy (AR) Head Coach;2016 All-USA Coach of the Year;Kelley's teams have gone 165-25-1 and won six state titles. Kevin Kelley is well known for his risk/reward style of play based on his philosophy of never punting and always onside kicking. In this video, Coach Kelley shows you how to spread the field and utilize the sprint out passing game. Included are complimentary run plays to rack up the yardage on offense, keep the ball away from your opponent and light up the scoreboard. Kelley starts with his sprint out philosophy and how it affects both his pass and run plays in this area of his offense. The sprint out game is effective because: You only have to block two defenders versus four or five It shortens the throwing distance which creates a higher percentage passing play The quarterback has more time to throw the ball It sets up the counter run game and throwback screensThe brilliance of Coach Kelley's ideas are in the many ways you can attack a defense and get them[...]



Championship Youth Football: Pistol Wing-T 4-Pack
YFD-04521A: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.Rick Stewart gives you an overview of the entire Pistol Wing-T Offense, and apply it to your youth football program starting at a 3rd and 4th grade level and scaffolding it to build towards your high school program. Starting with the philosophy behind the offense, Coach Stewart details how the defense can never be right due to the simply complexity of the play calling embedded in this system. He goes into explicit terminology that is critical to understanding his system. The installation of the Wing-T starts with a power-point of each of the three "families," Belly, Sweep and Down, before practice video is shown of the drills that make the offense so successful. He explains how he classifies each play into a certain family that incorporates a similar blocking scheme. He gives great coaching points for the quarterback when reading the defense he explains his term "ride and decide" when reading a lineman. Coach Stewart explains the knuckleball snap that he uses in the pistol offense. Coach Stewart does a nice job of identifying what the three different Youth levels; Pee Wee's 3-4, Juniors 5-6, and Seniors 7-8 would be capable of executing within the offense. He also teaches them with no motion in the Lucky and Ringo formation, which is beneficial to the younger levels. He takes it one step further by establishing the practice schedule to set youth programs up for successful implementation and transfer to the field. Coach Stewart has a very detailed approach to practice and scheduling, which he goes over with you on the video. The practice plans are matched with drills that allow you to develop the skills needed to run this offense. The practice drills go in-depth into the small skills like football, cadence rhythm, motion timing, etc. that make this offense effective.This DVD will give coaches an inside look at everything you will need to install the Pistol Wing-T system into their youth program. This video gives coaches the foundational bedrock needed to understand the entire run, pass, and trick play series. The philosophy, terminology, practice plans, and drills video on this DVD set the stage for full implementation of this system at all youth levels.149 minutes. 2014.YFD-04521B: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.The Pistol Wing-T is a dynamic way to run an offense that has stood the test of time. Rick Stewart leaves no stone unturned in his overview of the Pistol Wing-T running game. You'll get a complete step-by-step process from drills to installation along with the progression of the run game system for the Wing-T offense.Coach Stewart does an outstanding job going through the run series family and various plays to run off of those base plays. With just three "families" of plays you can deceive any defense with an arsenal of misdirection and "look alike" plays. He starts out with multiple formations and demonstrates 27 plays in the Sweep, Down and Belly "families." Using a chalk talk to thoroughly discuss the play, blocking combinations versus various defensive fronts, Stewart coaches you up on the key points that will make a big difference in the success of each play. You will get almost every play covered with The Lucky and Ringo no motion formations, which is perfect for the pee wee level.Stewart follows up the chalk talk with a practice video of his 8th grade team running each play diagramed and chalke[...]



Championship Youth Football: Pistol Wing-T 4-Pack
YFVD-04521A: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.Rick Stewart gives you an overview of the entire Pistol Wing-T Offense, and apply it to your youth football program starting at a 3rd and 4th grade level and scaffolding it to build towards your high school program. Starting with the philosophy behind the offense, Coach Stewart details how the defense can never be right due to the simply complexity of the play calling embedded in this system. He goes into explicit terminology that is critical to understanding his system. The installation of the Wing-T starts with a power-point of each of the three "families," Belly, Sweep and Down, before practice video is shown of the drills that make the offense so successful. He explains how he classifies each play into a certain family that incorporates a similar blocking scheme. He gives great coaching points for the quarterback when reading the defense he explains his term "ride and decide" when reading a lineman. Coach Stewart explains the knuckleball snap that he uses in the pistol offense. Coach Stewart does a nice job of identifying what the three different Youth levels; Pee Wee's 3-4, Juniors 5-6, and Seniors 7-8 would be capable of executing within the offense. He also teaches them with no motion in the Lucky and Ringo formation, which is beneficial to the younger levels. He takes it one step further by establishing the practice schedule to set youth programs up for successful implementation and transfer to the field. Coach Stewart has a very detailed approach to practice and scheduling, which he goes over with you on the video. The practice plans are matched with drills that allow you to develop the skills needed to run this offense. The practice drills go in-depth into the small skills like football, cadence rhythm, motion timing, etc. that make this offense effective.This DVD will give coaches an inside look at everything you will need to install the Pistol Wing-T system into their youth program. This video gives coaches the foundational bedrock needed to understand the entire run, pass, and trick play series. The philosophy, terminology, practice plans, and drills video on this DVD set the stage for full implementation of this system at all youth levels.2014.YFVD-04521B: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.The Pistol Wing-T is a dynamic way to run an offense that has stood the test of time. Rick Stewart leaves no stone unturned in his overview of the Pistol Wing-T running game. You'll get a complete step-by-step process from drills to installation along with the progression of the run game system for the Wing-T offense.Coach Stewart does an outstanding job going through the run series family and various plays to run off of those base plays. With just three "families" of plays you can deceive any defense with an arsenal of misdirection and "look alike" plays. He starts out with multiple formations and demonstrates 27 plays in the Sweep, Down and Belly "families." Using a chalk talk to thoroughly discuss the play, blocking combinations versus various defensive fronts, Stewart coaches you up on the key points that will make a big difference in the success of each play. You will get almost every play covered with The Lucky and Ringo no motion formations, which is perfect for the pee wee level.Stewart follows up the chalk talk with a practice video of his 8th grade team running each play diag[...]



The 4-4 Swarm Defense Series
FVD-04496A: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach;2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; 11 straight years in the playoffs, 3x CIF Champions, 5x CIF Championship appearances, Winningest large high school program in central California this decadeThree-time CIF Champion Tim Murphy has been one of the most successful coaches in the high school ranks in recent years. His defense has been one of the main ingredients for that success while coaching at three different schools. Coach Murphy takes you on an inside look at his relentless swarming defense that has been wreaking havoc upon opponents year in and year out. Coaches at all levels will instantly get excited about the 4-4 Swarm Defense, not just because Coach Murphy has dominated central California football for the last decade, but because of the simplicity and the ability to get your three most aggressive players to the ball and stuff any offensive run game. He begins by explaining the defense in a PowerPoint discussion before showing you video of the 4-4 Swarm in action. You'll see a defense that: Will adjust to any offensive scheme with its simplicity Linemen that create a moving wall and outside backers that funnel the ball into a 5 yard alley Inside backers that fill in the alley and create turnovers and big hits Defensive backs that will disrupt all phases of the vertical game and become secondary contain players versus the run The philosophy of the 4-4 Swarm is to condense the ball into a 5 yard alley that allows your free safety and inside linebackers to fill and stop the run for no gain. The defense forces the ball carrier to run horizontal allowing for the Swarm to take effect. Murphy takes an inside look at all the formation adjustments that are made against all personnel groupings. The basic alignment for every position is discussed through various graphics. Coach Murphy goes into detail with his bounce and attack philosophy vs. the run. Every player is accountable and needs to do their job in order to secure the edge and force all plays into the D gap. He describes each position's responsibilities and flows in order to condense the field and swarm to the ball at a relentless pace. Murphy shows gang tackling at its finest with his philosophical and scheme approach. Coach Murphy moves into his Disrupt and attack philosophy against the pass. Coach explains his Cage rush scheme he utilizes in the 4-4 scheme and all D-line responsibilities. He finishes his pass attack with his linebacker and secondary responsibilities, and thoroughly explains the passing zones and his various coverage schemes. Coach Murphy moves through his presentation with various multimedia slides and game clips that help for easy understanding and installation for your team this season. He describes what style player he is looking for at each position in order to help you develop this defense easily. If you are currently running a 4-4 defense or want to adapt a simple and sound package this video is a must. Defenses win championships, and this defense will help your team establish that championship foundation this season. 60 minutes. 2014.FVD-04496B: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach;2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; 11 straight years in the playoffs, 3x CIF Champions, 5x CIF Championship appearances, Winningest large high school program in central California this decadeTim Murphy delivers a unique version of the 4-4 Defense he calls the "Swarm." In this DVD he gives an in depth look at the most important aspect of his defense, the slanting play of the defensive line. He teaches the defensive line to create a "moving wall" versus running plays. The Sw[...]



The 4-4 Swarm Defense Series
FD-04496A: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach;2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; 11 straight years in the playoffs, 3x CIF Champions, 5x CIF Championship appearances, Winningest large high school program in central California this decadeThree-time CIF Champion Tim Murphy has been one of the most successful coaches in the high school ranks in recent years. His defense has been one of the main ingredients for that success while coaching at three different schools. Coach Murphy takes you on an inside look at his relentless swarming defense that has been wreaking havoc upon opponents year in and year out. Coaches at all levels will instantly get excited about the 4-4 Swarm Defense, not just because Coach Murphy has dominated central California football for the last decade, but because of the simplicity and the ability to get your three most aggressive players to the ball and stuff any offensive run game. He begins by explaining the defense in a PowerPoint discussion before showing you video of the 4-4 Swarm in action. You'll see a defense that: Will adjust to any offensive scheme with its simplicity Linemen that create a moving wall and outside backers that funnel the ball into a 5 yard alley Inside backers that fill in the alley and create turnovers and big hits Defensive backs that will disrupt all phases of the vertical game and become secondary contain players versus the run The philosophy of the 4-4 Swarm is to condense the ball into a 5 yard alley that allows your free safety and inside linebackers to fill and stop the run for no gain. The defense forces the ball carrier to run horizontal allowing for the Swarm to take effect. Murphy takes an inside look at all the formation adjustments that are made against all personnel groupings. The basic alignment for every position is discussed through various graphics. Coach Murphy goes into detail with his bounce and attack philosophy vs. the run. Every player is accountable and needs to do their job in order to secure the edge and force all plays into the D gap. He describes each position's responsibilities and flows in order to condense the field and swarm to the ball at a relentless pace. Murphy shows gang tackling at its finest with his philosophical and scheme approach. Coach Murphy moves into his Disrupt and attack philosophy against the pass. Coach explains his Cage rush scheme he utilizes in the 4-4 scheme and all D-line responsibilities. He finishes his pass attack with his linebacker and secondary responsibilities, and thoroughly explains the passing zones and his various coverage schemes. Coach Murphy moves through his presentation with various multimedia slides and game clips that help for easy understanding and installation for your team this season. He describes what style player he is looking for at each position in order to help you develop this defense easily. If you are currently running a 4-4 defense or want to adapt a simple and sound package this video is a must. Defenses win championships, and this defense will help your team establish that championship foundation this season. 60 minutes. 2014.FD-04496B: with Tim Murphy, Clayton Valley (CA) High School Head Coach;2012 Division II North Coast CIF Champions; 11 straight years in the playoffs, 3x CIF Champions, 5x CIF Championship appearances, Winningest large high school program in central California this decadeTim Murphy delivers a unique version of the 4-4 Defense he calls the "Swarm." In this DVD he gives an in depth look at the most important aspect of his defense, the slanting play of the defensive line. He teaches the defensive line to create a "moving wall" ver[...]



Mega Drills for the Defensive Line
with Ron Burton,
Michigan State University Assistant Coach/Defensive Line,
former defensive line coach at Air Force and Grand Valley State during the Lakers' 2002 NCAA Division II National Championship run, played four years in the NFL

Ron Burton explores the most important aspects of defensive line play. Through years of playing and coaching experience Coach Burton presents various aspects of the defensive line that will make each one of your players successful.

Coach begins with the basics of the defensive line and the importance of being a very disciplined player. He details all of the basics he feels are the most vital for guaranteed success - exploring essential philosophy, stance, and how to get off the ball in an explosive manner.

With over 20 drills, Coach Burton exhibits various progressions between drills and how they are all building together to produce the most complete defensive lineman. Burton shows various techniques in these drills in order to contain and stop the most prolific offenses that are being showcased today at every level of football.

Coach begins with various chute drills to get off the ball explosively when talking about his six point and three point explosion. You'll see in order to get off the ball, utilize quick hands, and escape various blocks. His fit escape drill focuses on teaching players how to get out of negative positions and back into their gaps. Burton also provides a drill designed to help lineman fight through double teams while maintaining gap integrity. As more offenses implement and expand their screen games his half hoop drills is designed to help defensive lineman recover and make plays.

As an extension of his beginning explosion drills, Coach Burton goes through his bridge explosion series to help get off blocks easier and explode trough them to the ball carrier. He continues to demonstrate technique drills for your five technique defensive line players, and then extends to hand escapes in this technique for pass rush.

With practice times being so valuable today, Coach Burton shares his D-Line medley drills in order to adapt to time restrictions. He ends with game footage to show how all of these drills and techniques apply in a game situation.

Coach Burton's presentation will help your defensive line explode this season and wreak havoc upon your opponents. The technical skills and drills displayed are essential and a must have for your collection.

60 minutes. 2014.




Michigan State Defensive Stunts and Drills 2-Pack
FD-04497A: with Pat Narduzzi,University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions; 2013 Broyles Award winner (Top Assistant Coach in the Nation);Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationally in 2012 for Rush DefensePat Narduzzi has produced some of the nation's top defenses and has wreaked havoc on the Big Ten the past two seasons. In this excellent DVD, Coach Narduzzi takes you through the Spartan 4-3 Defense and stunts that have made his team and players some of the most successful in the country. Coach begins by explaining his base alignments and techniques that are used within his 4-3 defense at MSU. Using game footage, coach will go through the assignments of his defenders vs. various offensive formations and the adjustments made in order to keep a balance and effective defense. You'll also see game footage of the Spartan Over G front, base rules, and adjustments. Coaches will find the simplicity and effectiveness of his approach valuable. He uses stunts from both the call side and rush end to reduce the strength of offenses that like to run off tackle, to their tight end, inside or outside zone. Pat Narduzzi provides you with an all access look into one of the most successful defenses year in and year out. Implement the Spartan 4-3 and the line movements and adjustments that separate it from the rest. 83 minutes. 2014.FD-04497B: with Ron Burton,Michigan State University Assistant Coach/Defensive Line,former defensive line coach at Air Force and Grand Valley State during the Lakers' 2002 NCAA Division II National Championship run, played four years in the NFLRon Burton explores the most important aspects of defensive line play. Through years of playing and coaching experience Coach Burton presents various aspects of the defensive line that will make each one of your players successful. Coach begins with the basics of the defensive line and the importance of being a very disciplined player. He details all of the basics he feels are the most vital for guaranteed success - exploring essential philosophy, stance, and how to get off the ball in an explosive manner. With over 20 drills, Coach Burton exhibits various progressions between drills and how they are all building together to produce the most complete defensive lineman. Burton shows various techniques in these drills in order to contain and stop the most prolific offenses that are being showcased today at every level of football. Coach begins with various chute drills to get off the ball explosively when talking about his six point and three point explosion. You'll see in order to get off the ball, utilize quick hands, and escape various blocks. His fit escape drill focuses on teaching players how to get out of negative positions and back into their gaps. Burton also provides a drill designed to help lineman fight through double teams while maintaining gap integrity. As more offenses implement and expand their screen games his half hoop drills is designed to help defensive lineman recover and make plays. As an extension of his beginning explosion drills, Coach Burton goes through his bridge explosion series to help get off blocks easier and explode trough them to the ball carrier. He continues to demonstrate technique drills for your five technique defensive line players, and then extends to hand escapes in this technique for pass rush. With practice times being so valuable today, Coach Burton shares his D-Line medley drills in order to adapt to time restrictions. He ends with game footage to show how all of these drills a[...]



Base Fronts and Stunts for 4-3 Defense

with Pat Narduzzi,
University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;
former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions; 2013 Broyles Award winner (Top Assistant Coach in the Nation);
Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationally in 2012 for Rush Defense

Pat Narduzzi has produced some of the nation's top defenses and has wreaked havoc on the Big Ten the past two seasons. In this excellent DVD, Coach Narduzzi takes you through the Spartan 4-3 Defense and stunts that have made his team and players some of the most successful in the country.

Coach begins by explaining his base alignments and techniques that are used within his 4-3 defense at MSU. Using game footage, coach will go through the assignments of his defenders vs. various offensive formations and the adjustments made in order to keep a balance and effective defense. You'll also see game footage of the Spartan Over G front, base rules, and adjustments.

Coaches will find the simplicity and effectiveness of his approach valuable. He uses stunts from both the call side and rush end to reduce the strength of offenses that like to run off tackle, to their tight end, inside or outside zone.

Pat Narduzzi provides you with an all access look into one of the most successful defenses year in and year out. Implement the Spartan 4-3 and the line movements and adjustments that separate it from the rest.

83 minutes. 2014.




Rick Stewart's Pistol Wing-T Offense Series
FVD-03982A: with Rick Stewart,former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.Learn the basic concepts and drills used to install the Pistol Wing-T--a defensive coordinator's worst nightmareMerging the ferocious intensity of the Direct Snap Wing-T with the slick deception of the Pistol Offense, Rick Stewart has proven that he can turn around a "down in the doldrums" program into a championship contender. Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won 8 games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs within his first two seasons at the helm.In his DVD Coach Stewart takes you through the process of moving from the Wing-T into the Wing-T/Pistol hybrid. Stewart's offensive system maintains the high tempo, hit you in the mouth of the Wing-T and then adds the advantages of deception and the effective passing game of the Pistol. With his easy to follow style and his thoroughness of delivery, Stewart makes this DVD appropriate for coaches of all ages and from all styles.Why the Pistol Wing-T?This offense was born out of a need for variety, forcing defenses out of the box and allowing running backs to become a downhill threat; all with very few adjustments to the running backs and offensive line footwork.System OverviewWith the use of power point, practice and game video, Porterville's offensive system is drawn up and installed with a variety of coaching points. The plays that are shown include: The Buck Sweep Series, Down Series, Belly Series, Guard and Tackle Trap, Midline and Veer Options, Jet Sweep and portions of the passing game. TerminologyPlayer tags and numbers, hole numbers, formations, key words and blocking schemes are all covered in this section. Also included is a segment on how Porterville calls their plays. Simple tags are used to create hundreds of possibilities--a nightmare for the defense. From three backs to empty sets and a "Wildcat" alignment, this offense appears limitless.Individual and Group DrillsLearn the key drills used to install and practice his offense. Using chalk talk, power point, practice and game footage, Coach Stewart walks you through well over 60 individual and group drills used to install and train players to run the Pistol Wing-T. The individual segment shows a variety of drills and key coaching points for each offensive position: Quarterbacks, Running Backs, Wide Receivers, and Offensive Line. The group drills incorporate multiple positions and allow the pieces of the offense to come together in a timely fashion. Backfield drills and linemen drills are demonstrated with maximum efficiency to assure quality while maximize repetitions. Each drill is a building block of the Pistol Wing-T Offense. Practice PlanPorterville's offensive practice plan is shown and discussed thoroughly so that anyone wishing to install and run the Pistol Wing-T can do so in a relatively easy manner. A daily plan is outlined and variations and conditioning options are discussed. If your team is looking to put points on the board, the Pistol Wing-T is definitely something you need to see. This offense will allow you to become more multiple, out flank the defense, make defensive coordin[...]



Rick Stewart's 4-2-5 Gang Green Multiple Defense Series
FVD-03990A: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.Confuse opposing offenses using multiple defensive looks.Rick Stewart took over a struggling program that had never won a playoff game. By implementing this multiple attack defense, he led the Gang Green to consecutive Sectional Final appearances, including a season where they finished 12-1 and became League Champions.Coach Stewart demonstrates how to blend the 4-2-5, 4-4, and the 3-4 defenses together through an amazingly simple concept. He diagrams his defense in a chalk talk before showing you practice video of his players adjusting to all of the possible formations. Goals and alignments versus every offensive formation are covered in detail. The unique "Gang Green" defensive concept allows the defensive front 7 the same reads and assignments for all three defenses employed. You'll get Coach Stewart's six-step tackling sequence to develop the proper tackling technique in his players as well as eight tackling drills used in his tackling circuit. Coach Stewart also walks you through the installation sequence in spring, summer, and August. He then shows you his daily practice plans during the season.As a bonus, practice video of five different pursuit drills are shown that you can use in place of wind sprints, allowing your team to learn great technique as you condition with a purpose. This is a great video that will help build a solid defense for any high school or middle school program.67 minutes. 2012.FVD-03990B: with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.Rick Stewart uses Power Point, drill walk through, and practice and game footage to teach his stinging 4-2-5 'Gang Green' Multiple Defense that blends the 4-4, 4-2-5 and 3-4 defenses together with simplicity. Coach Stewart begins by outlining his team's defensive rules, guidelines and philosophies to paint a clear picture for each defensive lineman's role and their importance to the defense. He teaches alignment, including various audible and visual cues you can use to get your players in the right position, while reacting to what is happening in front of them. The alignment and techniques are presented from the defensive end, tackle and nose positions. Stunts such as the slant, crash, pinch and jet are used in addition to others.See how each individual position in this system is coached in a practice setting using "Every Day Drills." Defensive Ends are taught how to defeat blocks such as the down block, reach block, base block, trap blocks and others. Interior linemen are taught to take on similar blocks, but more emphasis is given to defeating double team blocks and how to play the pulling lineman and schemes. Throughout the video, Stewart emphasizes alignment, gap responsibility and hand placement. On the field, Stewart uses a step-by-step drill progression to show the fundamental techniques for each position. He also uses game footage to show how all the drills and techniques come together in a game environment.In addition to the specifics of line play, tackling drills are demonstrated that directly link the techniques used on the line to stop the run.Defensive line play is extremely important in the game of football. Coach Stewart's teams have se[...]



4-3 Over / Cover 4 Defense Set
FVD-03922A: with Pat Narduzzi,University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions; 2013 Broyles Award winner (Top Assistant Coach in the Nation);Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationally in 2012 for Rush DefensePat Narduzzi has elevated Michigan State's defense to one of the top run-stopping units in the country. Using their base over defense, Michigan State's defense allowed only one 100-yard rusher the entire 2010 season.In this DVD, Narduzzi outlines his philosophy and principles for stopping the run by using a simple base defense. His "chalkboard" discussion shows how to keep it simple, which allows the defense to play fast and physical. He demonstrates how using the over front gets nine men in the box, allows linebackers to run to the ball, and easily adjusts to any offensive scheme. With simple front adjustments, your opponent's favorite run plays can be stuffed at the line of scrimmage.Narduzzi uses game footage to show how Michigan State's defense "builds a wall" at the line of scrimmage to stop the run. The sideline and end zone clips give you a great visual of how this defense allows for aggressive play while maintaining gap integrity.The 4-3 over defense presented by Coach Narduzzi is sound against any scheme, easy to learn, and will no doubt allow your defense to play fast and physical. 82 minutes. 2011.FVD-03922B: with Pat Narduzzi,University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions; 2013 Broyles Award winner (Top Assistant Coach in the Nation);Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationally in 2012 for Rush DefenseIn 2010, Pat Narduzzi's ball hawking defense recorded 17 interceptions, its' highest total since 2004. Their entire secondary received All Big-Ten recognition. Coach Narduzzi's defenses are almost always nationally recognized for their excellence. Like Coach Bear Bryant said, "Offense sells tickets, but defense wins championships."In this DVD, Narduzzi presents the philosophies, principles and alignments for the 4-3 Cover 4 Defense. Now your defense can improve its pass coverage the same way Narduzzi elevated Michigan State's defense to one of the top units in the country ranking 23rd in the nation for Turnovers & Takeaways. Utilizing Cover 4 and aggressive player techniques has allowed Michigan State to become one of the conference's top defenses. Using high quality game footage, Narduzzi teaches how to utilize Cover 4 versus a variety of formations and passing concepts. This video is a great learning tool for the intermediate to advanced level coach who wants to improve their 4-3 defenses pass coverage scheme.Michigan State's 4-3 Cover 4 begins with corner play. Narduzzi's corners use press coverage which is unique in Cover 4. Intense press coverage will force opposing receivers into bubble releases, inconsistent routes, slow routes and will foster aggressive play by your defense. Safety and linebacker play are also covered extensively prior to coach reviewing Michigan State game film.Gain valuable insight into coverage rules, fundamentals, keys, adjustments, and philosophies of the 4-3 over quarters coverage. Not only does Narduzzi cover a multitude of concepts, more importantly he explains why he believes so strongly in his defensive system. Narduzzi has carefully orchestrated this defensive system over 20 years and it has proven successful at every coaching sto[...]



Zone Blocking for Up-Tempo Spread Offense
with Steve Greatwood,
University of California, Berkeley Offensive Line Coach;
former University of Oregon Assistant Head Coach - Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach; American Football Coaches Association National Offensive Line Coach of the Year (2008)

Have you wondered how the Oregon offense can line up and come off the ball so quickly and run the ball so effectively? Join longtime Oregon Coach Steve Greatwood as he discusses the concepts and techniques that have made Oregon's Inside Zone play so successful.

In this DVD, he will explain how to:

  • Streamline the communication up front when running an up-tempo offense
  • Identify the defensive front in the blink of an eye
  • Teach zone blocking technique whether covered or uncovered
  • Identify a "point" defender and work simple line rules off of his alignment

The incredibly fast tempo of the Oregon offense puts enormous pressure on the defense. In a clinic setting, Coach Greatwood teaches the inside zone concepts of the devastating Duck ground attack. The key to the zone running attack is the call from the center identifying the "point" defender; everyone else works from the center's call. You'll learn the "red" call, which identifies the three-technique side of the defense and the "white" call, which is used when there is a guard bubble. Using this information, the zone play may be run to a particular color as the entire line works together as one unit.

Coach Greatwood shares blocking rules for various defensive fronts, including the odd man front, the odd stack or 3-3 defense, and the "bear" front. Game footage is coached up as Greatwood covers the calls and techniques of each lineman giving you an opportunity to see how everything ties together.

Whether you are using an athletic quarterback and reading zone, running zone with fast screen concepts or blocking backside, this DVD is a must have.

65 minutes. 2013.




Zone Blocking for Up-Tempo Spread Offense
with Steve Greatwood,
University of California, Berkeley Offensive Line Coach;
former University of Oregon Assistant Head Coach - Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach; American Football Coaches Association National Offensive Line Coach of the Year (2008)

Have you wondered how the Oregon offense can line up and come off the ball so quickly and run the ball so effectively? Join longtime Oregon Coach Steve Greatwood as he discusses the concepts and techniques that have made Oregon's Inside Zone play so successful.

In this DVD, he will explain how to:

  • Streamline the communication up front when running an up-tempo offense
  • Identify the defensive front in the blink of an eye
  • Teach zone blocking technique whether covered or uncovered
  • Identify a "point" defender and work simple line rules off of his alignment

The incredibly fast tempo of the Oregon offense puts enormous pressure on the defense. In a clinic setting, Coach Greatwood teaches the inside zone concepts of the devastating Duck ground attack. The key to the zone running attack is the call from the center identifying the "point" defender; everyone else works from the center's call. You'll learn the "red" call, which identifies the three-technique side of the defense and the "white" call, which is used when there is a guard bubble. Using this information, the zone play may be run to a particular color as the entire line works together as one unit.

Coach Greatwood shares blocking rules for various defensive fronts, including the odd man front, the odd stack or 3-3 defense, and the "bear" front. Game footage is coached up as Greatwood covers the calls and techniques of each lineman giving you an opportunity to see how everything ties together.

Whether you are using an athletic quarterback and reading zone, running zone with fast screen concepts or blocking backside, this DVD is a must have.

65 minutes. 2013.




High Tempo No-Huddle Offense 4-Pack
FD-04378A: with Scott Strohmeier, Iowa Western Head Coach;Won the 2012 NJCAA National Championship after only four years as a program; 2012 ACCFCA Coach of the Year, 2012 IWCC led the nation in points per game (62.8) and in total offense with 598 yards per gameCatch your opponents off guard this season and force them to keep up with your tempo. 2012 NJCAA National Championship coach Scott Strohmeier provides tips on philosophy, installation, practice schedules and drills for his high powered High Tempo No-Huddle Offense. The Reivers led the nation in total offense in 2012 with a whopping 598 yards per game. High Tempo No-Huddle Learn the philosophy behind the High Tempo No-Huddle Offense and the advantages it provides your offense and your team. The more snaps you have in a game, the more chances you have to score. Wear down bigger teams. Control the pace of the game and put the defense in unpredictable situations. Don't allow the defense to substitute.He discusses coaching techniques and multiple tempos that can be used to control the defense and game clock. Strohmeier covers signals, calls and other ways to communicate with their players.Practice PlanningDevelop a practice plan that goes high tempo from day one and delivers more reps per player. Strohmeier talks through general practice considerations when running the High Tempo No-Huddle Offense, as well as going through his recommendations for spring ball, fall camp installation and in-season practice. In-season practices are covered from Monday to Saturday including what to focus on each day. He also explains several drills that will help prepare your players to execute this offensive scheme.Strohmeier brings it all together using practice video to display their tempo and no-huddle scheme.In 2012, the Reivers averaged nearly 20 more points and 50 more yards of total offense per game than the next closest offense using this scheme. Now you can you integrate this proven system into your program.56 minutes. 2013.FD-04378B: with Karson Pike, Iowa Western Community College Assistant Coach/Running Backs;Won the 2012 NJCAA National Championship after only four years as a program; 2012 ACCFCA Coach of the Year, 2012 IWCC led the nation in points per game (62.8) and in total offense with 598 yards per gameKarson Pike explains how he teaches the running backs at Iowa Western Community College in a simple, systematic way that allows his athletes to play fast and physical. These fundamental teaching techniques are shown at practice and in game film.Coach Pike talks through his running back philosophy and how it fits in specifically with the up tempo no-huddle offense that IWCC has been so successful with. Coach goes through one of his base running back drills that he uses every day. This drill emphasizes the four most common cuts used in the offense and specifically on the inside zone play.Coach Pike explains the teaching points for the running back's alignments, steps, and how to effectively read defenders from the running back position. The running back and quarterback must have good timing and footwork for a successful hand-off mesh and then the running back must attack the proper gap based on his reads of the lineman blocks. These drills will help develop the proper vertical and jump cuts, as well as skills for cutbacks and stutter steps. He also shows practice drills to emphasize these points and game film that shows running ba[...]



Paul Johnson: Triple Option Offense
with Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech Head Coach;
2x ACC Coach of the Year

The mastermind of the triple option offense at Georgia Southern, Navy, and currently Georgia Tech, Coach Paul Johnson explains the Triple Option, the Triple Option Load, and the play action passing game off of the triple option look. While at Georgia Tech, he has been one of the leaders in the nation in rushing year in and out, while producing such NFL wide receivers as Calvin Johnson and Demarius Thomas.

In this DVD, Coach Johnson gives an in depth analysis of the triple option. He discusses rules of every position, and how to attack defenses. He thoroughly addresses the 4-3 both over and under, 3-4, and 3-3 stack amongst others. Coach gives great insight on attacking the different defenses, figuring out what they are trying ot do to stop the triple option, and counter moves to attack and be successful.

Coach Johnson coaches you up using game footage of the powerful option offense. He diagrams and discusses the blocking rules versus all defenses and discusses defensive tactics used to stop his offense and what adjustments he uses to defeat any defensive set. Johnson discusses the alignment of the "A & B" backs as well as motion and attack rules. The quarterback in the option is trained to read 1 and pitch the ball off of number 2. The B back will align his heels at 5 yards and explode to the line of scrimmage reading the first down lineman inside the quarterbacks' key. You'll also see "the load," which is an adjustment off the basic triple option, with its advantages and when and how to use it for optimum success in the game.

The next segment of the video is a talk about the play action passing game that is based on the triple option. Coach Johnson explains how he simplifies the play-action pass for the offensive line and sells the triple option run game, which includes his rules and disguises to mesh your run game and play action passing game. He emphasizes the fact that his offense will hit a big pass play at some point in the game based on the emphasis teams must place on stopping their running attack.

As a bonus, Johnson answers questions and points out key concepts in running the flexbone at the high school level.

Whether you are currently running the triple option and want to learn more or have to defend it and want to understand how the offense works, this video is a must. Even if you are not an option team, you could incorporate the triple option into your offense through Coach Johnson's in depth analysis and attention to detail.

Produced at the 2013 Denver (CO) Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

65 minutes. 2013.




Paul Johnson: Triple Option Offense
with Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech Head Coach;
2x ACC Coach of the Year

The mastermind of the triple option offense at Georgia Southern, Navy, and currently Georgia Tech, Coach Paul Johnson explains the Triple Option, the Triple Option Load, and the play action passing game off of the triple option look. While at Georgia Tech, he has been one of the leaders in the nation in rushing year in and out, while producing such NFL wide receivers as Calvin Johnson and Demarius Thomas.

In this DVD, Coach Johnson gives an in depth analysis of the triple option. He discusses rules of every position, and how to attack defenses. He thoroughly addresses the 4-3 both over and under, 3-4, and 3-3 stack amongst others. Coach gives great insight on attacking the different defenses, figuring out what they are trying ot do to stop the triple option, and counter moves to attack and be successful.

Coach Johnson coaches you up using game footage of the powerful option offense. He diagrams and discusses the blocking rules versus all defenses and discusses defensive tactics used to stop his offense and what adjustments he uses to defeat any defensive set. Johnson discusses the alignment of the "A & B" backs as well as motion and attack rules. The quarterback in the option is trained to read 1 and pitch the ball off of number 2. The B back will align his heels at 5 yards and explode to the line of scrimmage reading the first down lineman inside the quarterbacks' key. You'll also see "the load," which is an adjustment off the basic triple option, with its advantages and when and how to use it for optimum success in the game.

The next segment of the video is a talk about the play action passing game that is based on the triple option. Coach Johnson explains how he simplifies the play-action pass for the offensive line and sells the triple option run game, which includes his rules and disguises to mesh your run game and play action passing game. He emphasizes the fact that his offense will hit a big pass play at some point in the game based on the emphasis teams must place on stopping their running attack.

As a bonus, Johnson answers questions and points out key concepts in running the flexbone at the high school level.

Whether you are currently running the triple option and want to learn more or have to defend it and want to understand how the offense works, this video is a must. Even if you are not an option team, you could incorporate the triple option into your offense through Coach Johnson's in depth analysis and attention to detail.

Produced at the 2013 Denver (CO) Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

65 minutes. 2013.




Bill O'Brien: Quarterback Technique and Empty Passing Game
with Bill O'Brien, Houston Texans (NFL) Head Coach;
former Penn State University Head Coach;
2013 Big Ten Coach of the Year; 2013 Paul "Bear" Bryan College Coach of the Year; former New England Patriots Quarterbacks Coach/Offensive Coordinator

Coach Bill O'Brien brings his expertise on offense and on coaching quarterbacks to this lecture as he talks through coaching quarterbacks and implanting the Empty formation into your passing game. His detailed and proven teaching methods have brought him success as a coach in both the NFL and the NCAA.

Coach O'Brien presents quarterback play from the vantage point of having coached one of the best in Tom Brady. He gets into the details of the throwing motion and preaches the importance of the rhythm of the drop as it relates to the play. It is not just storytelling of what it was like to coach him, he uses video of Tom Brady throwing to break down the teaching and correct throwing mechanics.

Coach O' Brien then goes into the empty pass protection that he utilizes at Penn State, and he gives detailed coaching points into each protection. He stresses the importance of having different answers for the empty formation and how to keep from having to throw hot routes. He draws up several base Empty protections and packages, checks against different fronts and pressures.These protections are demonstrated on film from his time with the Patriots and with Penn State.He goes through a process of how they built the play with one word association.

Coach O'Brien provides the audience a wealth of knowledge on coaching the quarterback position and in the Empty passing game. His detailed teaching will help any coach who is hoping to improve his quarterback's physical tools as well as add to his weapons in the passing game.

Produced at the 2013 Orlando (FL) Nike Coach of the Year Clinic

64 minutes. 2013.




David Cutcliffe: Quarterback Technique & Passing Game Execution
with David Cutcliffe, Duke University Head Coach;
2012 ACC Coach of the Year; Coached Peyton Manning at Tennessee and Eli Manning at Ole Miss

Having coached both Peyton and Eli Manning at the college and professional level, David Cutcliffe has a proven record of developing a championship quarterback. In this Nike Clinic lecture, Coach Cutcliffe gives an in-depth look at how to build a quarterback.

He begins by talking about how to build a quarterback from the "neck up," listing the traits and requirements he has had for every quarterback he has worked with. The same position rules that great players like Peyton Manning have taken to heart are explained in detail. He goes into depth in talking the mental side, with the most important being leadership and command of a team.

He then begins talking about the "neck down." Coach goes over the daily quarterback drills he has used over several eras and shows the exact same techniques from various quarterbacks over that time period. While the drills at first seem similar to common quarterback drills, Coach Cutcliffe has a great number of teaching points and details that emphasizes with his players.He gives both video of on field footwork fundamentals performed by Super Bowl MVP Peyton Manning. He uses Peyton's comeback to football to guide his talk about footwork and building a quarterback from the ground up with Peyton's comeback.

The end of this DVD he shows shows game film of several plays he has used throughout his career, talking through the quarterback fundamentals and how they relate to the different plays. The exact footwork and focus that he discusses is seen with every quarterback he has worked with.

Produced at the 2013 Denver (CO) Nike Coach of the Year Clinic

69 minutes. 2013.




The Shotgun Fly Offense 3-Pack
FD-04321A: with Kevin Swartwood, Buhach Colony HS (CA) Head Coach; 2010 Central California Conference Champions, 2010 Sun-Star Football Coach of the YearKevin Swartwood's offense put up 4,200 rushing yards in the 2012 season. Now he shares the keys to this effective offense. Using power point, practice film, and game footage, Kevin Swartwood covers the basics of the Shotgun Fly Sweep and why this play creates problems for the defense by attacking the edge with more blockers than there are defenders. Coach Swartwood introduces several different concepts to help you understand how he attacks different defenses. He shows you how to install the Gun Fly Sweep as a progression through a simplified numbering system. This numbering system tells your players what defenders they will block. With the ME ME or GAS call you will have the ability to change blocking assignments on the fly. This strategic advantage will maximize the effectiveness of the play called.Learn how to adjust your blocking scheme to allow your offense to handle different defensive schemes. You will get technical insight on how to ensure that great blocks are made to create success for the offense. You will also see several different ideas for how your offense can provide false keys and fake different plays to create confusion for the defense.Video footage allows you to learn the mesh, catch, perimeter and half line drills to install and develop three types of Fly Sweeps. The drills will allow you to fine tune the timing of the snap to the motion and fakes and allows for different blocking scenarios. This progression will build confidence in your players that they can handle any scenario under duress, which will train 11 individuals to work as one fluid offensive unit. This DVD delivers an inside look at everything you need to install the fly sweep into your offense. This scheme can be incorporated into multiple offenses that are looking to stretch the defense sideline to sideline. 54 minutes. 2013.FD-04321B: with Kevin Swartwood, Buhach Colony HS (CA) Head Coach; 2010 Central California Conference Champions, 2010 Sun-Star Football Coach of the YearLearn to use your tailback and quarterback as a weapon against a team that is loading up to stop your sweep.Using power point, diagrams, drills, and game footage, Kevin Swartwood teaches you the concepts of the inside run plays of the shotgun fly sweep offense. You'll see three basic inside run plays for the shotgun fly: Skin Scheme (aka Zone Read) - The Skin Scheme is two plays built into one that will put multiple blockers at the point of attack. If your quarterback hands the ball off to his running back, he will follow two offensive linemen pulling, to lead your running back to daylight. If your quarterback keeps the ball, the edge of the defense will flow with the pulling linemen, which will put your quarterback in a great position to run like a lightning bolt through the defense. QB Draw - Maximize your quarterback's abilities and minimize the defense's ability to stop him. Your quarterback will take a three-step drop forcing the defense to drop back into pass coverage responsibilities, while the offensive linemen are baiting the d-line into thinking pass. As the d-line rushes hard, your quarterback attacks the line of scrimmage. Wit[...]