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December 2011

December 2011


Maximizing Your Kickoff Coverage – Each player must possess a different skill set to ensure effective kickoff coverage.

by: Ron Planz
Special Teams Coach • Minnesota State University, Mankato
© December 2011

In order to maximize your kickoff coverage, each player must possess a different skill set and be committed to a ‘Want’ philosophy. At Minnesota State University, we take our special teams very seriously. We dedicate significant meeting time and practice to special teams every day. We film both angles of all phases, including when we do individual drill work for a specific unit. Our philosophy for special teams is very basic:
• This is not rest time. This is an opportunity to make a game changing play.
• This is not charity time. Only players with ability to consistently get the job done will play.
•  We will be sound in all areas. Special teams will win us games.

It is extremely important that our players understand our philosophy. All players, even linemen, receive a special teams manual with their respective off....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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