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April 2012

April 2012


Your Take: Review What You Do

by: Charles Welde
Offensive Coordinator U.S. Grant High School (OK)
© April 2012

Self-analysis is critical to year-to-year improvement.

It doesn’t matter if your team won 12 games last year or 2 – the winter off-season period is the time to review what you do. Every aspect of your offense should be critically reviewed, from the individual drills your position coaches use to the plays you call and why you call them. Here is the process we use to critically analyze who we are vs. who we think we are.

Our offensive staff establishes scheme goals for our team in the spring. Scheme goals are different from team goals and any production related goals. We don’t talk numbers, percentages, or wins. Our scheme goals are more general. Here is an example of some of our scheme goals going into the 2011 season:

1.     Improve our RB screen and make it a staple of our offense.The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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