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April 2013

April 2013


Developing an Efficient Kickoff Team Following a detailed teaching progression for your kickoff team will maximize their potential.

by: Juan Vasquez
Special Teams Coach, Florida A & M University
© April 2013

There are many factors that contribute to a successful season on special teams. The most important factor is the strong support and focus of the head coach to ensure that players and coaches are committed to this phase of the game. We always begin our practices with special teams and then break to offense and defense. That goes for installation meetings, film review and practice. We start with 20 minutes of special teams and end practice with a field goal or punt. The importance of special teams is understood by everyone in the program.

Our special teams are also bolstered by who we have coaching, and who we have on the field during special teams. We have all assistant coaches participate in coaching/teaching special teams. On punt, for example:

DBs coach has the right guard and tackle, TEs, and protection techniqueThe full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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