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September 2005

September 2005


An Insider’s Perspective

Winning Half-Time Procedures
by: Tommy Condell
© September 2005

I have been involved with many staffs that have different ways of handling half time. Some did not have any organization, while some were very strict. All in all the procedure that is most comfortable for the coach is the best.

There are numerous different situations that your team can come up against as you are entering half-time – behind, ahead, tied and with different subtleties within each that was aforementioned. No matter what the situation a team must come out as fresh, informed, and on the same page as the coach.

The procedure that I enjoyed the most included information from each coach. A coach left early to put up on the board:

• Top fronts
• Top coverage’s
• Top dogs and blitzes
• Best plays
• Defense by personnel
• Defense by down & distance
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