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April 2008

April 2008


Developing a Passing Attack that Fits Your Plans and Players

by: Charlie Stubbs
Former Offensive Coordinator, University of Louisville
© April 2008

Throughout my twenty-nine years in the profession, I have had the opportunity to coach at both the collegiate and high school levels. During that time, I have had the pleasure of working with various coaching staffs that have helped me formulate my philosophies on dealing with the passing game. At the same time, I have had many athletes with various ranges in athletic abilities. Therefore, I have had to adapt each year to the specific situation.

When you are developing a passing attack, it is important to build a system that fits your athletesí abilities and to get your best 11 players on the field! Remember: A Style Of Your Own!

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