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Managing Your Program: Measuring Practice Success and Developing Good Habitsby: Keith Grabowski
Offensive Coordinator Baldwin-Wallace College
© February 2014
With spring football around the corner, coaches are looking to develop or test out some new ideas obtained during the clinic season, identify how personnel will fit into the system and figure out what adjustments will be necessary for the upcoming season. These are legitimate concerns, and spring practice will allow a coaching staff to address them.
Spring is also a time to establish the habits that will make the team successful in the fall. Getting the most out of practice by improving the performance of the players on the first team and on the scout team is critical. Effort and execution are the two key components for improvement. In many situations, especially in spring ball, when the upcoming sophomores are learning to adjust to varsity football, the first team is able to have its way with the scout team. Getting a good l....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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