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Rex Lardner May 26th, 2017

Ryan Munz is the Assistant Head Coach at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Part II of his clinic article, "To Script or Not to Script" is posted today.


May 25th, 2017

"To Script or Not to Script", Part I, is posted today. The clinic article was written by Ryan Munz, the Assistant Head Coach at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.


May 24th, 2017

Toryeon Hester is the wide receivers coach at Shaw University in Raleigh. Posted today is his clinic article, "All Four One Wide Receiver Drill."


May 23rd, 2017

"Getting More From Your Training: Training for the Point of Contact" is posted today. The strength and conditioning article was written by Nick Pinkelman, Owner and Athletics Performance Director at Fast to Precise Performance. Coach Pinkelman can be reached at nick@f2pperformance.com.


May 22nd, 2017

Q and A with Hall of Fame Coach Lou Holtz - Once a month, legendary football coach Lou Holtz will respond to your questions. Posted today is a question from Bob Korenic, an assistant coach at Lowellville High School in Ohio and Coach Holtz' response.


May 19th, 2017

Eddie Fields is a teacher and coach at Space Coast High School in Cocoa, Florida and a frequent contributor to AmericanFootballMonthly.com. His latest blog is posted today.


May 18th, 2017

"Inside Veer - How Adding a Tight End Gves You an Advantqge on the Defense" part II is posted today.The clinic article was written by Payton Haynes, the Offensive Coordinator at Luther College.


May 17th, 2017

Part I of the clinic article, "Inside Veer - How Adding a Tight End Cn Give You an Advantage on the Defense" is posted today.  The article was written by Payton Haynes, the offensive coordinator at Luther College


May 16th, 2017

Scott Mueller is the offensive coordinator at Washington University in St. Louis. Posted today is part II of his clinic article, "Simplexity: An Approach to Re-Engineering Your Offensive and defensive Structure." http://www.afmservers.com/share/simplexity-an-approach-to-re-engineering-your-offensive-and-defensive-structure-partII/


May 15th, 2017

Posted today is Part I of the clinic article, "Simplexity: An Approach to Re-Engineering Your offensive and Defensive Structure." It was written by Scot Mueller, the offensive Coordinator at Wahsington University of St. Louis.http://www.afmservers.com/share/simplexity-an-approach-to-re-engineering-your-offensive-and-defensive-structure-part-i/


May 12th, 2017

Scott Hallenbeck is the CEO and Executive Director of USA Football. Posted today is his article on the importance of volunteer coaches, entitled "Five Ways Football Benefits From Volunteer Coaches."


May 11th, 2017

David Buchanan is a veteran high school head coach and a frequent contributor to both American Football Monthly and Gridiron Strategies. Posted today is an excerpt from his book "Black Shoes and White Shoestrings." This excerpt is entitled, "Never Too Late to Get Better...Planning Spring, Pre-Season, and Prepping for Game #1."


May 10th, 2017

The third part of a three-part clinic series on quarterback play in the triple option is posted today. "Quarterback Play in the Triple Option Offensive Attack" was written by Greg Webster, the offensive coordinator at Springfield College. Pitch reads are included in this installment.


May 9th, 2017

Coach Greg Webster's second part (of a three-part series), "Quarterback Play in the Triple Option Offensive Attack" is posted today. The offensive coordinator at Springfield college, Coach Webster details executing the pitch in this segment.


May 9th, 2017

Scott Hallenbeck is the CEO and Executive Director of USA Football. posted today is his article on the importance of volunteer coaches, entitled "Five Ways Football Benefits From Volunteer Coaches."


May 8th, 2017

"Quarterback Play in the Triple Option Offensive Attack", part I, is posted today. The clinic article - a three part series - was written by Greg Webster, the offensive coordinator at Springfield College. This section includes proper stance and exchange as well as reach ride and excution of the dive read.

 

May 5th, 2017

The clinic article, "Winning With Punt Pressure, Part III" is posted today. The author, Mike Cieri, is both the defensive line coach and special teams coordinator at Montclair State University. The special teams players are placed into a basic scheme based on various punt alignments, blocking types and coverage.


May 4th, 2017

Mike Cieri's clinc article, "Winning With Punt Pressure, Part II" is posted today. A coaching veteran for 38 years, Cieri is the defensive line coach and special teams coordinator at Montclair State University.


May 3rd, 2017

"Winning With Punt Pressure, Part I" is posted today. The clinic article was written by Mike Cieri, the Defensive Line Coach and Special Teams Coordinator at Montclair State University. Part I of the three part series details various punt pressure drills


May 2nd, 2017

"Savage Storm Inside Zone, Part II" is posted today. The clinic article was written by Chad Speer, the Offensive Coordinator at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.


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