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Championship Productions Featured Items!
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    with Chris Partridge,
    University of Michigan Safeties Coach/Special Teams Coordinator;
    Scout.com 2016 National Recruiter of the Year, 247Sports 2017 National Recruiter of the Year;
    former Paramus Catholic High School (NJ) Head Coach; while there, the Partridge-coached program went from a football high school program rank of 4,250th nationally to #4 nationally (USA Today)

    This video featuring the University of Michigan Safeties Coach Chris Partridge will help you learn the Michigan philosophy for playing safety and all the drill work that contributes to athletes developing into top-tier college players. In addition to safety-specific drills, Coach Partridge also includes a breakdown of Michigan's tackling manual, which is their go-to set of rules for tackling.

    Safety Drills

    Partridge covers four dynamic agility drills that teach defenders how to move and flip their hips in every conceivable direction. Two break drills that teach safeties how to break downhill and adjust to different angles by the ball carrier are included, as well as 13 pass break drill that allow defensive backs to gain confidence on any route they need to defend. You'll also get six drills that work on ball hawking skills and eight block destruction concepts.

    Tackling Manual

    Next, Coach Partridge covers the Michigan tackling manual. He wants his players to "learn to play on the very edge of being out of control." He believes each player should understand who they are athletically in order to put themselves into proper strike position.

    You'll learn about:

    • The Approach Phase - Aggressively tracking the ball and understanding the relationship between your momentum and the ball carrier's path.
    • The Contact Phase - Using "quartering" and the "power foot" in every tackle by maintaining leverage and compressing to the ball carrier's near hip as you stay square.
    • The Finish Phase - Includes contact with near foot, near shoulder with a body-to-body collision in which you wrap, squeeze and "drive for 5".

    Partridge uses both practice and game film to demonstrate each type of tackle that is discussed, including:

    • Hawk Tackle
    • Roll Tackle
    • Body to Body
    • Sweep Tackle

    Players must understand the proper tackle technique and angle in every single drill, every single day.

    If you're seeking a no-filler, drills-heavy video that hits on safeties and tackling, this presentation from Coach Partridge will be a great asset to your football team!

    57 minutes. 2019.


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    with Don Brown,
    University of Michigan Defensive Coordinator;
    helped Michigan's defense rank among the top four in the NCAA in total defense his first three seasons in Ann Arbor;
    3x AFCA Region I Coach of the Year (1994, 2002, 2006);
    5x Conference Coach of the Year (1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2006);
    35+ years of coaching experience

    If you have a great group of linebackers, they can help make your defense look so much better - even if your defensive line or secondary isn't the strongest. In this video, University of Michigan Defensive Coordinator Don Brown dishes on what he looks for in his linebacking corps, as well as some of the drills that Michigan uses to create championship linebackers.

    Defensive Philosophy

    Coach Brown begins by giving an explanation of the major philosophical beliefs that guide the Michigan defensive unit. He touches on the importance of stopping the run and how to accomplish it. Additionally, Brown gives his general philosophy on defending the pass and provides some specifics on how he accomplishes putting his players in the best positions to defend the pass.

    Finally, Coach Brown shares his overall philosophy of coaching athletes and speaks about his beliefs in terms of the coach's role in developing character and being a positive influence in the lives of his players.

    Drills for Linebacker Play

    Next, you'll be taken through several drills that Brown uses on a daily and weekly basis to teach the finer points of linebacker play. Using practice and game film, Coach Brown demonstrates several drills, including basic footwork, reads and keys, tackling, and block defeat techniques. You'll also see drills that teach pass drop techniques and man to man coverage tactics that will help your linebackers execute in both man to man and zone defensive calls.

    Brown also gives an exhaustive overview of the drills that he uses to teach his linebackers to blitz against both the pass and the run. The Michigan defense under Coach Brown is widely regarded as one of the most aggressive units in the country, and he gives you a detailed look at how he teaches his players to operate in his scheme.

    This video from one of the most respected defensive coaches in America is sure to be a gold mine for your program. It's a must-have for all defensive coaches and especially linebacker coaches that want to teach their players the best techniques and fundamentals.

    75 minutes. 2019.


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    FD-05567A:

    with Jim Harbaugh,
    University of Michigan Head Coach;
    2018 Big Ten East Division Co-Champs;
    former San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Head Coach;
    2012 NFC Champion; 2011 NFL Coach of the Year;
    former Stanford University Head Coach;
    2010 Woody Hayes Trophy, awarded to the top collegiate coach;
    2x NCAA Division 1 FCS Mid-Major National Champions (2005, 2006);
    starred as a quarterback for Michigan as a player;
    in 1986, finished 3rd in Heisman Trophy voting and was the Big Ten's Most Valuable Player;
    drafted by the Chicago Bears (1st round) and was in the NFL for 14 years;
    in 1995, was a Pro Bowler & the AFC Offensive Player of the Year

    and Ben McDaniels,
    University of Michigan Quarterbacks Coach;
    15+ years of coaching experience at the high school, college (Minnesota, Columbia, Rutgers), and pro levels (Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears)

    The quarterback position is often thought of as the most important position in all of sports. Having players who not only can grasp the physical, but mental and leadership part of being a quarterback is what all football coaches strive to have.

    2011 NFL Coach of the Year and current University of Michigan Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh, along with Michigan Quarterbacks Coach Ben McDaniels, share 13 drills that they use to help develop quarterbacks within their football program. Harbaugh and McDaniels share concepts such as how to throw on the run, how to evade defenders, how to take multiple types of snaps, and training a quicker release.

    Quarterback Fundamentals

    Teaching quarterbacks proper throwing motion, RPO handoffs, and how to present yourself as a quarterback are all fundamentals that are shared in this video. You will see the "100 reps" rule for developing good habits, how to teach proper elbow positioning on throws, and how to teach footwork on QB drop backs. You will also see:

    • How to teach the quarterback and center exchange.
    • The "drive through fake" action.
    • Three different quarterback cadences.
    • What equipment quarterbacks need.
    • The ABC's of coaching a quarterback.

    Quarterback Drills

    Using film footage, you will see 13 on-field drills to help develop a quarterback, including exercises such as the Anticipation drill, Naked Fast Decision drill, and Hitch-Hitch Go or Throw drill. You'll also see:

    • The Ken Cote drill to help QBs develop good decision outside the pocket.
    • Two competitive drills in the Quick Release Competition and the Goal Post Challenge.
    • The Circle drill to teach throwing while on the run.
    • The Flush drill, which teaches four different ways to leave the pocket.

    Using their college and professional coaching and playing experience, Harbaugh and McDaniels give you the tools to develop quarterbacks at any level. The knowledge packed into this video will help develop any quarterback into a more efficient, well-rounded player.

    70 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567B:

    with Jay Harbaugh,
    University of Michigan Running Backs/Co-Special Teams Coordinator;
    coached Jake Butt to the 2016 John Mackey Award during his time as Tight Ends Coach at Michigan;
    coached at Oregon State and with the Baltimore Ravens

    Teams that possess quality running backs have quite the luxury - they can grind out yards on the ground, provide added pass protection for the quarterback, and catch balls out of the backfield as a pressure release. This video featuring Running Backs Coach Jay Harbaugh, provides coaching tips and drills designed to help you mold your running backs into versatile, all-around threats on every play.

    Ball Security Drills

    Harbaugh begins his presentation by giving an explanation of his coaching and recruiting philosophy for running backs. Then, he gives an explanation of how he categorizes drills so that they closely mimic game situations while focusing on specific skills that running backs will need.

    The first, and possibly most important category, is ball security. Harbaugh goes over several drills that teach ball security, including how he teaches correct ball positioning, mesh mechanics, and techniques to counter the defender's attempts to strip the ball such as the "lawnmower spin" drill, and many more.

    In all, you'll learn:

    • How to construct drills that ensure carryover to game situations.
    • How to teach running backs to secure the ball to avoid fumbles.
    • Unique drills that teach the running back to maintain correct pressure, as well as how to secure the ball when being tackled and when in traffic.

    Making Complete Running Backs

    Coach Harbaugh continues with a demonstration of drills that teach running game skills, including how his University of Michigan backs are taught to cut and avoid both first-level and second-level defenders. Additionally, multiple drills are demonstrated that teach route running, catching, and the transition from receiver to runner that are so important for running backs in modern offenses.

    Finally, you'll see drills that teach the finer points of pass protection against second- and third-level rushers, as well as down lineman. Harbaugh includes several coaching points and techniques for defeating the most common types of rushes running backs will encounter.

    This video will give you several great drills that teach and reinforce the fundamentals of running back play in a manner that closely mimics the actual game. Coach Harbaugh does a fantastic job providing specific coaching points that help fully explain each drill and the individual techniques that are being practiced.

    91 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567C:

    with Josh Gattis,
    University of Michigan Offensive Coordinator;
    Scout.com 2015 Big Ten Recruiter of the Year;
    has coached 14 All-Conference and 5 All-American wide receivers;
    former Co-Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach at the University of Alabama;
    also coached wide receivers at Penn State, Vanderbilt and Western Michigan
    2x All-ACC as a player (safety) at Wake Forest University;
    drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2007 and played for the Chicago Bears

    Wide receivers are an integral part of any offense in modern day football. Having receivers that possess elite level footwork and body positioning can help your football team produce an explosive offense.

    Using progressive warm-up drills and scenarios, the University of Michigan's Josh Gattis shows you nine wide receiver drills to help build stance, footwork and body positioning. Some of the drills include Stance and Start, Head Eyes Hips, Shuffle Transition, Chutes and Circle Drill. Coach Gattis uses on-field drill film and offensive skeleton film demonstrations to show you how to develop the complete wide receiver.

    Stance and Start

    Learn the 80-20 stance for wide receivers. Coach Gattis breaks down how he teaches receivers at the University of Michigan in terms of technique to start their routes. You'll see how to:

    • Get a receiver's pointer foot in the direction they are going.
    • Get pad level low and have the receiver drive out low.
    • Get wide receivers to not false step out of their stance.
    • Close the distance on defenders with stride frequency and stride length.

    Chutes and Pop Ups

    Using football chutes and stand-up pop-ups, Coach Gattis gives two drills that help with getting receivers' positioning low to help fight off defensive arm bars.

    You will see how to create a second level release for receivers and muscle memory on route running in the Pop-up drill. Within the Chutes drill, you'll see how to keep receivers low to the ground on transitions and how the drill relates to game-like situations. Coach Gattis also shows:

    • How to get foot placement to come back to the football on routes.
    • The benefits of keeping your foot and heel even in your route running.
    • How receivers can gain releases at the line of scrimmage.

    Footwork Drills

    Using drills like Foot Fire- Single Jab, Short Stair BIG Stair and Lean and Break Drills, you will see different techniques such as releasing through the defender, top of the route shake and extend step to a pivot step. You'll also see how to teach receivers to keep their knees inside their ankles, how to get in-route cuts to be sharp/tight, how to teach receivers to learn their shoulders away from their defender, and how to get receivers into a rhythm/flow.

    Coach Gattis gives you the tools to be able to teach your wide receivers to have the best footwork and body positioning within your league. With film demonstrations of individual and skeleton drill situations, you will see how to get your receivers to an All-American level.

    63 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567D:

    with Sherrone Moore,
    University of Michigan Tight Ends Coach;
    AFCA 35 Under 35 Coaches Leadership Institute participant;
    former Central Michigan University Tight Ends Coach

    The tight end position takes a special individual. In today's offenses, tight ends must master the necessary skills to be effective run blockers, pass protectors, and route runners. In this video featuring University of Michigan Tight Ends Coach Sherrone Moore, you'll get a comprehensive overview of Moore's individual period practice philosophy, favorite drills, and key coaching points for all phases of tight end play.

    Coach Moore offers detailed discussion and practice film of tight end fundamentals in both the run game and pass game. You will learn how to organize and run drills to maximize practice time with technique-focused drill progressions for tight ends at all levels. Every coach faces the same challenge of limited practice time with players - learn how to make the most of group periods to improve your offensive production on Friday nights and Saturdays!

    Stance and Run Blocking

    Learn Coach Moore's favorite spring ball and fall camp drills to teach tight ends how to run block. You'll see how to coach stance and initial footwork so that tight ends can play fast out of 2-point and 3-point stances. Moore provides insights into how to set up drills to minimize false steps so players gain ground and are always in a position to win a block.

    Next, you'll get the proper footwork, aiming points, and hand placement for tight ends when executing combo blocks with offensive tackles. Coach Moore also includes a comprehensive board progression drill series that ensures tight ends learn down and drive block techniques against 1st and 2nd level defenders. A 2nd step timing drill will teach your players why their hands should make contact with a defender at the same time that their 2nd step (with their back foot) hits the ground. This contributes to better drive-block form, which produces sound technique and aggressiveness when firing off the ball.

    Pass Protection Fundamentals

    Moore covers plenty of body positioning and movement techniques that will ensure your tight ends become great pass blockers. He includes a mirror shuffle drill that teaches players to use great footwork in order to stay in front of a defender without unnecessary contact.

    Releases, Route Footwork, and Yards After Catch

    You'll learn how to coach misdirection footwork for both inside and outside releases to ensure your tight ends can quickly get into their route tree. Coach Moore also shows a swipe technique that is effective at defeating a defender's hands in press coverage. You will walk away with a better understanding of how to attack a defender's leverage to increase separation and improve the chances of a successful catch.

    Additionally, a 4-cone top of the route drill is included that teaches tight ends to quickly practice break point footwork, acceleration, and body positioning for common routes. A yards after catch sideline drill will teach players to read and cut upfield based on the leverage of a chasing linebacker.

    This video will provide you with the tools you need to teach the fundamentals of tight end run blocking, pass protection, and route running skills. Coach Moore also calls out the importance of consistent group time with offensive tackles to practice combo blocks. By the end of this video, you will be able to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your individual practice sessions.

    68 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567E:

    with Ed Warinner,
    University of Michigan Offensive Line Coach;
    in 2018, led the only offensive line in the Big Ten to see all five starters earn all-conference recognition;
    former Ohio State University Offensive Coordinator (2014 College Football Playoff National Championship);
    former University of Notre Dame Offensive Line Coach; 2x FootballScoop Offensive Line Coach of the Year (2012, 2014);
    With 30+ years of coaching experience, Warinner has also led successful offensive line units at Army, Air Force (led the nation in rushing), Kansas (second in the nation in scoring), and Illinois (led the Big Ten in rushing)

    Expand your arsenal of drills with instruction from a champion offensive line coach! Ed Warinner provides you with over 30 drills and detailed instruction on how to develop the skills your linemen need to dominate on game day.

    In just one hour, you'll be covered for keeping your linemen trained both in- season and in the off-season. Coach Warinner provides a wide range of low-intensity drills that can be run without pads. Even veteran coaches will find some great new drills to incorporate.

    Drills include:

    • Medicine Ball Drills
    • Outside Zone Drills
    • Combo Drills
    • Pass Protection Drills
    • Pull Drills
    • And more!

    Center/QB Exchange

    Coach Warinner begins this excellent progression by demonstrating the stance that he teaches his linemen. Both 2-point and 3-point stances are demonstrated, as well as the stance the center is taught to use. Warinner then gives a detailed explanation on the center snapping mechanics used at The University of Michigan. Shotgun snapping technique as well as snapping to a QB under center is explained. Additionally, Coach Warinner explains how the QB is taught to receive a snap from under center to minimize ball security issues.

    Drills to Teach Skills

    Warinner continues by giving a detailed explanation of the combination blocks that are taught on both the inside and outside zone plays. He shows several drills in which players work combinations against a variety of defensive looks and reactions. Also, combination blocks for the outside zone play are shown, which require different aiming points and landmarks for the offensive line. Warinner also shows examples of the guard "square pull" technique that he teaches his players to use on the power play. Finally, several pass blocking drills and techniques are shown which help players learn to move their feet correctly as well as how to use their hands and arms.

    Coach Warinner will help you maximize your individual practice periods with linemen, regardless of what offensive scheme you run. You'll get quick set and vertical set drills for passing teams, inside and outside zone drills for zone teams, center/guard power and pull drills for gap teams, and blitz pick-up drills for passing situations. It all starts with the fundamentals, and in this excellent video, Coach Warinner will show you how "linemen lead the way!"

    65 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567F:

    with Shaun Nua,
    University of Michigan Defensive Line Coach;
    former Defensive Line Coach at Arizona State and Navy;
    played at BYU; drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2005 NFL draft

    Michigan football has a rich tradition of success on defense and much of that is thanks to a defensive line that stuffs up the run game and consistently gets pressure on opposing passers. In this video, you'll get a look at some of the drills and techniques that Michigan Defensive Line Coach Shaun Nua uses with his own players in order to make sure they are some of the best in college football.

    Defensive Line Fundamentals

    Coach Nua begins this presentation with a description of his philosophy of coaching in terms of creating the right environment for players to reach their potential. He also emphasizes that 'one-size does not fit all' in coaching. Therefore, coaches need to be flexible and able to adapt to meet the needs of their players and team.

    Next, Nua demonstrates, using practice footage, the stance and alignments that he teaches his players at Michigan. Several drills are shown that teach the get-off and hand placement required for elite players. In all, you'll learn:

    • Stance and alignments.
    • How to coach the get-off in several unique ways that will carry over to games.
    • Hand placement, strike, and shed in several competitive drills.

    Teaching the Pass Rush

    Coach Nua continues by detailing the pass rush techniques and skills used at the University of Michigan. He details how defensive linemen must attack the offensive lineman they are rushing, then adjust their path based on the OL's movement. Nua also shows several drills that teach the finer points of footwork and pass rush moves that both interior and edge rushing defensive linemen can use to defeat blocks and attack the QB. You'll get several examples of "counter" moves that defensive linemen must be able to execute when their initial pass rush move doesn't work.

    Overall, this is an excellent video presentation of defensive linemen technique. Coach Nua shares several great drills and many excellent coaching points that will help any defensive line coach become a better teacher of the game!

    66 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567G:

    with Don Brown,
    University of Michigan Defensive Coordinator;
    helped Michigan's defense rank among the top four in the NCAA in total defense his first three seasons in Ann Arbor;
    3x AFCA Region I Coach of the Year (1994, 2002, 2006);
    5x Conference Coach of the Year (1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2006);
    35+ years of coaching experience

    If you have a great group of linebackers, they can help make your defense look so much better - even if your defensive line or secondary isn't the strongest. In this video, University of Michigan Defensive Coordinator Don Brown dishes on what he looks for in his linebacking corps, as well as some of the drills that Michigan uses to create championship linebackers.

    Defensive Philosophy

    Coach Brown begins by giving an explanation of the major philosophical beliefs that guide the Michigan defensive unit. He touches on the importance of stopping the run and how to accomplish it. Additionally, Brown gives his general philosophy on defending the pass and provides some specifics on how he accomplishes putting his players in the best positions to defend the pass.

    Finally, Coach Brown shares his overall philosophy of coaching athletes and speaks about his beliefs in terms of the coach's role in developing character and being a positive influence in the lives of his players.

    Drills for Linebacker Play

    Next, you'll be taken through several drills that Brown uses on a daily and weekly basis to teach the finer points of linebacker play. Using practice and game film, Coach Brown demonstrates several drills, including basic footwork, reads and keys, tackling, and block defeat techniques. You'll also see drills that teach pass drop techniques and man to man coverage tactics that will help your linebackers execute in both man to man and zone defensive calls.

    Brown also gives an exhaustive overview of the drills that he uses to teach his linebackers to blitz against both the pass and the run. The Michigan defense under Coach Brown is widely regarded as one of the most aggressive units in the country, and he gives you a detailed look at how he teaches his players to operate in his scheme.

    This video from one of the most respected defensive coaches in America is sure to be a gold mine for your program. It's a must-have for all defensive coaches and especially linebacker coaches that want to teach their players the best techniques and fundamentals.

    75 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567H:

    with Anthony Campanile,
    University of Michigan Defensive Assistant Coach;
    former Assistant Coach at Boston College and Rutgers

    Outside linebackers need to be versatile players with a wide-ranging skill set in modern football. Anthony Campanile, the Linebackers Coach at the University of Michigan, covers all the essentials of his Sam, Viper, and Nickel backer positions in this informative instructional video.

    Daily Drills for Linebacker Play

    Coach Campanile starts by showing examples of several footwork drills that he uses with his linebackers every day. He presents drills using agility bags and without agility bags and demonstrates teaching linebackers how to move their feet while keeping their body in proper position to react.

    Additionally, Campanile demonstrates how block defeat and ball drills can be incorporated with footwork drills. Several tackling drills are demonstrated that teach defenders when to "shimmy" to a ball carrier. Several great coaching points are shared by Coach Campanile during the course of the presentation, and in all, you'll get:

    • Several daily footwork drills that teach and reinforce good posture and body control.
    • The approach to tackling at Michigan.
    • Several drills that teach tackling for linebackers in a number of situations.

    Pass Coverage

    Coach Campanile continues by explaining how pass coverage techniques are taught in both man and zone coverage. Drill footage is shown in which the linebackers are taught how to drop to a zone then react to the quarterback's motion. Also, Campanile shows several examples of drills that teach man coverage for the outside linebackers on a slot receiver using a "scooch" technique. Coach Campanile goes into detail describing the footwork and eye progression of a defensive player playing man coverage against a receiver. Finally, several pass rush drills are shown that teach a blitzing linebacker to defeat blocks and rush the quarterback.

    This video not only shows several drills that teach the finer points of linebacker play, but gives tons of great teaching and coaching points too. With this video from Coach Campanile, you will have your linebackers ready to dominate the opposition on game day!

    71 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567I:

    with Michael Zordich,
    University of Michigan Secondary/Special Teams Coach;
    helped Michigan rank 1st in the nation in pass defense in 2016 and 2017, as well as 2nd in the nation in 2018;
    All-American as a player (defensive back) at Penn State University (1982 National champions) ;
    12-year career in the NFL as a cornerback and safety (drafted by San Diego & played for NY Jets, Phoenix Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles)

    Michigan uses an off man "Scooch" technique and man press coverage to disrupt their opponents' timing in the passing game from the cornerback position. This combination of coverage has kept the Michigan pass defense at or near the top of the country for three years running.

    In this video, you'll learn how the "Scooch" off ball man coverage can slow down even the best offensive passing attacks from Michigan Secondary Coach Michael Zordich. Coach Zordich breaks down drills that are simple and effective for teaching the "Scooch" technique, and also gives you information on how to use the "divider" rule to put defenders in the best possible alignment on receivers.

    Coverage Options

    Zordich shows three options that corners have available depending on their ability to play press coverage. You'll discover a motor step technique for corners that are able to buzz their feet and keep leverage on the receiver. Additionally, see the "1 Step 2" method, which mirrors the release of the receiver and sets up a stun on the receiver. Coach Zordich also details a glide back, which allows for vertical route adjustment and buys time for the corner to diagnose the route.

    Practice Drills

    Both practice and game footage are utilized to demonstrate press man coverage as Zordich covers 18 drills used in perfecting the press man coverage as well as tackling. You will witness:

    • Set, reset and scrape.
    • How to play the ball when "out of phase" with the receiver.
    • The power foot tackle as well as the cut tackle.
    • Press man crack and replace.
    • Press man "Tailpipe" and low crosser help.

    As a bonus, Coach Zordich shows three calls and concepts for manning up versus bunch or stacked sets.

    This video is one of the most complete breakdowns for playing man coverage on the market to date. A great option for anyone looking to boost the play of their cornerbacks!

    46 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567J:

    with Chris Partridge,
    University of Michigan Safeties Coach/Special Teams Coordinator;
    Scout.com 2016 National Recruiter of the Year, 247Sports 2017 National Recruiter of the Year;
    former Paramus Catholic High School (NJ) Head Coach; while there, the Partridge-coached program went from a football high school program rank of 4,250th nationally to #4 nationally (USA Today)

    This video featuring the University of Michigan Safeties Coach Chris Partridge will help you learn the Michigan philosophy for playing safety and all the drill work that contributes to athletes developing into top-tier college players. In addition to safety-specific drills, Coach Partridge also includes a breakdown of Michigan's tackling manual, which is their go-to set of rules for tackling.

    Safety Drills

    Partridge covers four dynamic agility drills that teach defenders how to move and flip their hips in every conceivable direction. Two break drills that teach safeties how to break downhill and adjust to different angles by the ball carrier are included, as well as 13 pass break drill that allow defensive backs to gain confidence on any route they need to defend. You'll also get six drills that work on ball hawking skills and eight block destruction concepts.

    Tackling Manual

    Next, Coach Partridge covers the Michigan tackling manual. He wants his players to "learn to play on the very edge of being out of control." He believes each player should understand who they are athletically in order to put themselves into proper strike position.

    You'll learn about:

    • The Approach Phase - Aggressively tracking the ball and understanding the relationship between your momentum and the ball carrier's path.
    • The Contact Phase - Using "quartering" and the "power foot" in every tackle by maintaining leverage and compressing to the ball carrier's near hip as you stay square.
    • The Finish Phase - Includes contact with near foot, near shoulder with a body-to-body collision in which you wrap, squeeze and "drive for 5".

    Partridge uses both practice and game film to demonstrate each type of tackle that is discussed, including:

    • Hawk Tackle
    • Roll Tackle
    • Body to Body
    • Sweep Tackle

    Players must understand the proper tackle technique and angle in every single drill, every single day.

    If you're seeking a no-filler, drills-heavy video that hits on safeties and tackling, this presentation from Coach Partridge will be a great asset to your football team!

    57 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567K:

    with Chris Partridge,
    University of Michigan Safeties Coach/Special Teams Coordinator;
    Scout.com 2016 National Recruiter of the Year, 247Sports 2017 National Recruiter of the Year;
    former Paramus Catholic High School (NJ) Head Coach; while there, the Partridge-coached program went from a football high school program rank of 4,250th nationally to #4 nationally (USA Today)

    Punt returns serve as great opportunities for your special teams unit to flip the field position and get your offense set up for a quick scoring drive. This video featuring University of Michigan Special Teams Coordinator Chris Partridge dishes on everything you need to know to run a more effective punt return scheme.

    Hold Up and Blocking Technique

    Coach Partridge begins by showing examples of the stance and alignments that he teaches to members of his punt return unit. He then goes into detail, using game footage as well as practice video, about how he teaches the initial hold up technique including footwork, hand placement, and positioning after the initial strike. Partridge also demonstrates how he teaches his players to block the punt coverage players down the field. You'll get several techniques that help players make blocks using proper leverage when they are at a disadvantage without getting a penalty for clipping or targeting.

    Coaching Punt Returners

    You will see several excellent coaching points on how Coach Partridge coaches punt returners at the University of Michigan. He covers punt fielding techniques, as well as tips for the returner that helps them anticipate the type of ball flight before the punter kicks the ball. Additionally, Partridge goes over the types of ball flight that returners will see and how the returner should prepare to field each type of kick. Finally, Partridge shows examples of when the returner should fair catch a punt and when they should not attempt to field a kick.

    Punt return situations can often be taken for granted, but putting more focus on them can help your team out tremendously. With this video featuring Coach Partridge, your team's punt return unit will be a weapon come this fall!

    63 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567L:

    with Ben Herbert,
    University of Michigan Football Director of Strength & Conditioning;
    has worked with 71 NFL draft picks, including eight first round selections;
    certified member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA);
    in 2015, was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the CSCCa (youngest coach ever to earn the honor at age 35)

    This jam-packed video from University of Michigan's Director of Strength & Conditioning Ben Herbert includes tons of drills that center around building more strength in your football players. Stronger athletes mean stronger results on the field and you'll get plenty of ideas for how to increase your players' capabilities from Coach Herbert.

    Body Stability

    Coach Herbert begins this presentation with some of the exercises that he uses at the University of Michigan that help develop stability in the joints and core of his athletes. Several exercises are demonstrated, including: resisted four-way neck, band face pulls, four-way crawling, tap planks, and many more. These exercises are unique ways to develop the strength and stability that transfers to the dynamic movements needed in the game of football. Herbert also explains how these exercises form a base to build an athlete's ability to perform to their best in games and in practice.

    Deficiency Drills and Safety

    Herbert continues by explaining that many athletes have deficiencies present in one side of the body, which prevents them from improving as much as they should be capable of. Coach Herbert demonstrates several exercises that will help identify and address these deficiencies most frequently present in athletes.

    Finally, you'll get a demonstration of some unique variations, using several implements, that help make traditional lifts such as the bench press, deadlift, and squat safer and more effective for your athletes.

    Coach Herbert provides several exercises and methods to improve the strength performance and safety of your athletes.

    59 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567M:

    with Ben Herbert,
    University of Michigan Football Director of Strength & Conditioning;
    has worked with 71 NFL draft picks, including eight first round selections;
    certified member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA);
    in 2015, was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the CSCCa (youngest coach to earn the honor at age 35)

    Your athletes could be the strongest in your league, but it doesn't mean anything if they're all slow and unable to react quickly on the field! To ensure your team is full of players who are strong AND mobile/quick, Michigan's Director of Strength & Conditioning, Coach Ben Herbert, is here to give you plenty of exercises that train fast and fluid movement.

    Mobility Exercises

    Coach Herbert begins by demonstrating some of the mobility and preparation work that he does with his athletes in training. Mobility of the foot, ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and elbows are discussed and several exercises and techniques are shown that will help your athletes develop enhanced mobility and stability in their joints, as well as address tightness in any particular area that would limit their potential for improvement through a training program. Herbert then demonstrates several of the warm-up drills that he uses with his athletes that get them ready for training, but teach and reinforce proper running and movement mechanics.

    Speed and Quickness Drills

    Next, you'll get an explanation of the plyometric exercises that are used at Michigan and what they are designed to improve. Coach Herbert demonstrates several of these exercises, including box jumps, hurdle jumps, low cone jumps, and multiple box jumps. He also discusses how to make these exercises more difficult once your athletes become proficient in each one.

    Several speed and quickness improvement exercises are shown as well, which include implements such as parachutes, sleds, hills, and various other resistance devices. Coach Herbert explains how starts and acceleration can be greatly improved by using any of those devices and devoting proper time and effort to training. In all, you'll learn:

    • Plyometric exercises that will help develop explosive power in your athletes.
    • Acceleration exercises and drills that will improve the quickness of your athletes in a short area.
    • To teach your players the most efficient way to run the 5-10-5 shuttle, which is a popular test at combines and prospect camps.

    This excellent video from Coach Herbert will give you several exercises and drills to improve the mobility, explosiveness, and speed of your football team!

    52 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05567N:

    with Josh Gattis,
    University of Michigan Offensive Coordinator;
    Scout.com 2015 Big Ten Recruiter of the Year;
    has coached 14 All-Conference and 5 All-American wide receivers;
    former Co-Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receiver Coach at the University of Alabama;
    also coached wide receivers at Penn State, Vanderbilt and Western Michigan;
    2x All-ACC as a player (safety) at Wake Forest University; drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2007 and played for the Chicago Bears

    Run-Pass-Options are becoming increasingly popular at various levels of football due to the pressure they put on the defense to make a decision. If you're wanting to start running RPOs on your own team, or simply want to add more ideas to your current RPO package, then this video featuring Michigan's Josh Gattis is a great resource.

    How and Why Michigan Runs RPOs

    Coach Gattis begins his presentation by giving an overview of the Michigan philosophy regarding RPOs. He explains that the RPO is a way for the offense to keep the defense from overloading the box to defend the run. At Michigan, the RPO is a way to help the offense be able to run the football against favorable numbers in the box. Gattis also explains the importance of being able to protect the quarterback against pressure looks that the defense will run. You'll see several examples of how Michigan protects the QB against the 7th and 8th man on the defense if they try to pressure the QB. In all, you'll get:

    • Michigan's favorite run scheme to tag an RPO to.
    • Ideas for how to keep the QB protected against pressure looks.
    • Michigan's method for keeping the numbers in their favor on run plays with the use of the RPO.
    • How Michigan teaches their QBs to identify the "conflict" player that is controlled by the RPO.

    Michigan's Main RPO Scheme

    Coach Gattis continues by diagramming the main RPO used at Michigan with both 6-man and 7-man run schemes. He then shows several examples, using practice video, of the main RPO concept that Michigan uses. Route running mechanics as well as QB read progression are explained in great detail against several defensive looks.

    During the course of the presentation, Gattis shows several examples of the most common ways teams try to defend their RPO scheme. He also covers adjustments that can be made to the RPO concept that allows the offense to have a favorable match-up.

    This is a valuable video presentation of Michigan's base RPO concept. Coach Gattis does a thorough job explaining what you need to know to implement this scheme and always have an advantage over the defense!

    80 minutes. 2019.




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    FD-05584A:

    with Steve Loney,
    over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
    coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
    was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

    If your team has a great run blocking offensive line, chances are you're going to win your fair share of games. In this video from 40-year coaching veteran Steve Loney, you'll get some of the tried and true methods that he's used to help offensive linemen clear space on the ground. Loney covers all aspects of run blocking, including drills, techniques and coaching points.

    Daily Individual Drills for OL Fundamentals

    Coach Loney starts with an explanation of the most effective way to organize individual drills that teach specific skills relative to offensive line play. During this on-field presentation, Loney gives tips that you can use to maximize practice time while giving your players specific feedback during each drill. Several drills are demonstrated that teach stance and start, as well as proper strike and hand placement. You'll get Coach Loney's "two-step drill" that teaches aiming points and strike, as well as his "leverage drill" to train regaining pad level if a lineman gets in a bad position.

    Drills to Teach Individual Blocks

    Next, Loney demonstrates several drills that teach offensive linemen proper hand placement and aiming points on the base block, cut off block, and reach block. He also covers how he teaches linemen to pull and kick out a first level defender, or block a second level defender. All together, you'll learn:

    • The "Base drill" that teaches the first two steps, aiming point, base, and hand placement.
    • How Coach Loney teaches the reach and cut off blocks.
    • How to execute combination blocks commonly used in zone blocking schemes.
    • The "Leverage lock up" drill that teaches linemen to maintain position on a reach block when the defender tries to fall back on the cut of the running back.

    This is a fantastic video that will give you several drills and ideas to help you develop more complete offensive linemen. With the help of Coach Loney, your offensive line will run block like a well-oiled machine next season!

    47 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05584B:

    with Steve Loney,
    over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
    coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
    was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

    Steve Loney has put together an impressive coaching career, including numerous stops at the collegiate and professional levels that includes a season as the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings. However, Loney has predominantly been an offensive line coach in his travels and in this video, he brings his knowledge of O-line play to light as he gives you the best pass blocking drills and techniques that he's learned over the years.

    Important Factors in Pass Protection

    Coach Loney begins with an explanation of the most important factors in pass protection for offensive lineman, which he calls the "Ten Commandments of Pass Protection". He stresses that players should understand that pass protection starts with the feet and that the hands only counter the defensive player.

    In all, you'll learn:

    • What to stress to your players to make them effective pass blockers.
    • To teach your players how to maintain their base and where the pressure should be in their feet.
    • How Coach Loney teaches different pass sets based on the QB's launch point on 3-step, 5-step, and 7-step pass plays.

    Drills to Teach Pass Protection Fundamentals

    Loney continues by taking his players through several drills that teach pass protection fundamentals. Proper base, footwork, strike, and posture are stressed as each drill progresses. You will receive several drills that teach counters to common pass rush moves, as well as how to pick up twists and pass rush games. Additionally, Coach Loney explains how he teaches offensive lineman to work from a disadvantaged position to avoid giving up sacks and hits on the QB.

    If your O-line needs work, this is your chance to add several drills that will help you develop more complete offensive linemen. Keep your quarterback's jersey clean and your offense humming with improved pass protection!

    69 minutes. 2019.




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  • 07/12/19--22:00: Run Blocking Drills
  • with Steve Loney,
    over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
    coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
    was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

    If your team has a great run blocking offensive line, chances are you're going to win your fair share of games. In this video from 40-year coaching veteran Steve Loney, you'll get some of the tried and true methods that he's used to help offensive linemen clear space on the ground. Loney covers all aspects of run blocking, including drills, techniques and coaching points.

    Daily Individual Drills for OL Fundamentals

    Coach Loney starts with an explanation of the most effective way to organize individual drills that teach specific skills relative to offensive line play. During this on-field presentation, Loney gives tips that you can use to maximize practice time while giving your players specific feedback during each drill. Several drills are demonstrated that teach stance and start, as well as proper strike and hand placement. You'll get Coach Loney's "two-step drill" that teaches aiming points and strike, as well as his "leverage drill" to train regaining pad level if a lineman gets in a bad position.

    Drills to Teach Individual Blocks

    Next, Loney demonstrates several drills that teach offensive linemen proper hand placement and aiming points on the base block, cut off block, and reach block. He also covers how he teaches linemen to pull and kick out a first level defender, or block a second level defender. All together, you'll learn:

    • The "Base drill" that teaches the first two steps, aiming point, base, and hand placement.
    • How Coach Loney teaches the reach and cut off blocks.
    • How to execute combination blocks commonly used in zone blocking schemes.
    • The "Leverage lock up" drill that teaches linemen to maintain position on a reach block when the defender tries to fall back on the cut of the running back.

    This is a fantastic video that will give you several drills and ideas to help you develop more complete offensive linemen. With the help of Coach Loney, your offensive line will run block like a well-oiled machine next season!

    47 minutes. 2019.


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  • 07/12/19--22:00: Pass Blocking Drills
  • with Steve Loney,
    over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
    coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
    was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

    Steve Loney has put together an impressive coaching career, including numerous stops at the collegiate and professional levels that includes a season as the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings. However, Loney has predominantly been an offensive line coach in his travels and in this video, he brings his knowledge of O-line play to light as he gives you the best pass blocking drills and techniques that he's learned over the years.

    Important Factors in Pass Protection

    Coach Loney begins with an explanation of the most important factors in pass protection for offensive lineman, which he calls the "Ten Commandments of Pass Protection". He stresses that players should understand that pass protection starts with the feet and that the hands only counter the defensive player.

    In all, you'll learn:

    • What to stress to your players to make them effective pass blockers.
    • To teach your players how to maintain their base and where the pressure should be in their feet.
    • How Coach Loney teaches different pass sets based on the QB's launch point on 3-step, 5-step, and 7-step pass plays.

    Drills to Teach Pass Protection Fundamentals

    Loney continues by taking his players through several drills that teach pass protection fundamentals. Proper base, footwork, strike, and posture are stressed as each drill progresses. You will receive several drills that teach counters to common pass rush moves, as well as how to pick up twists and pass rush games. Additionally, Coach Loney explains how he teaches offensive lineman to work from a disadvantaged position to avoid giving up sacks and hits on the QB.

    If your O-line needs work, this is your chance to add several drills that will help you develop more complete offensive linemen. Keep your quarterback's jersey clean and your offense humming with improved pass protection!

    69 minutes. 2019.


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  • 07/19/19--22:00: Steve Fex Defensive 2-Pack
  • FD-05585A:

    with Steve Fex,
    McKinney-Boyd High School (TX) Assistant Coach;
    former Coppell (TX) HS Assistant Coach;
    member of 2001 University of Washington coaching staff (2001 Rose Bowl Champions)

    With the multitude of offensive schemes in today's game of football, preparing week to week can be difficult. In this video, Coach Steve Fex shares his plan that will help you build a dominant defense that can match up against any scheme you might see on your schedule. Fex shows you how to build a fundamental and physical defense.

    Factors for Developing a Dominating Defense

    Coach Fex explains what he believes are the most important factors in building a championship caliber defense. He emphasizes that scheme is secondary to teaching fundamentals, including block destruction and tackling. Also, practice pace and competition in practice are demonstrated and explained. You'll learn:

    • How to structure practices so you emphasize fundamentals that show up on game tape.
    • Several drills that build fundamental defensive skills.
    • The specific game situations that should be emphasized in practice.

    Drills to Teach Block Defeat and Tackling

    Fex continues by giving an in-depth description of how block destruction is taught. Multiple drills are shown that teach the footwork, posture, hand placement, and release that Coach Fex teaches to his players. You'll also discover how he teaches tackling to his team. The emphasis is on striking the ball carrier with the near leg and near shoulder, and clubbing with the arms. Several drills are shown that teach tackling in a variety of situations, including the "Cowboy Drill" which can be modified to fit each position group.

    This is a great addition to any defensive coach's video library. Coach Fex shows how he and his staff build a championship caliber defense through emphasizing fundamentals and practicing in an efficient manner.

    108 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05585B:

    with Steve Fex,
    McKinney-Boyd High School (TX) Assistant Coach;
    former Coppell (TX) HS Assistant Coach;
    member of 2001 University of Washington coaching staff (2001 Rose Bowl Champions)

    Having a dominant defense starts up front. Steve Fex, head coach at McKinney-Boyd High School in Texas, shares the drill work to turn athletes into playmakers on the defensive line. It all starts with the philosophy of "Knockback" in which players are taught to get physical and drive the blocker back at the snap of the ball. With the proper skill set, Fex can put smaller players up front that can create a burst to halt the opposing offense. You'll learn how to do the same in this video.

    Develop Dominant Defensive Lineman

    Coach Fex begins by detailing his philosophy of defensive line play. Included are some tips that Fex and his staff use to identify potential defensive lineman by physical and mental traits. Additionally, he describes the alignments and stance that he teaches his players. You'll see clips of game footage and practice video that help demonstrate coaching points.

    Drills for Run Defense and Pass Rush Fundamentals

    Next, you'll get a description of the get-off and hand placement that Coach Fex teaches his players. Game footage clips are shown in which key coaching points are highlighted. Several practice drills are also shown that reinforce the fundamentals of playing run defense. Finally, Fex concludes with an explanation on how he teaches players to convert from run defense to pass rush. In all, Coach Fex shows:

    • Stance, get-off, and hand placement that will give your players an advantage.
    • Several drills that teach and reinforce run defense fundamentals.
    • Tips and coaching points to help develop dominant pass rushers.

    If you need strategies to improve your defensive line, this is the video for you. Coach Fex shows how he and his staff develop great defensive lineman that dominate the opposition.

    93 minutes. 2019.




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    with Steve Fex,
    McKinney-Boyd High School (TX) Assistant Coach;
    former Coppell (TX) HS Assistant Coach;
    member of 2001 University of Washington coaching staff (2001 Rose Bowl Champions)

    Having a dominant defense starts up front. Steve Fex, head coach at McKinney-Boyd High School in Texas, shares the drill work to turn athletes into playmakers on the defensive line. It all starts with the philosophy of "Knockback" in which players are taught to get physical and drive the blocker back at the snap of the ball. With the proper skill set, Fex can put smaller players up front that can create a burst to halt the opposing offense. You'll learn how to do the same in this video.

    Develop Dominant Defensive Lineman

    Coach Fex begins by detailing his philosophy of defensive line play. Included are some tips that Fex and his staff use to identify potential defensive lineman by physical and mental traits. Additionally, he describes the alignments and stance that he teaches his players. You'll see clips of game footage and practice video that help demonstrate coaching points.

    Drills for Run Defense and Pass Rush Fundamentals

    Next, you'll get a description of the get-off and hand placement that Coach Fex teaches his players. Game footage clips are shown in which key coaching points are highlighted. Several practice drills are also shown that reinforce the fundamentals of playing run defense. Finally, Fex concludes with an explanation on how he teaches players to convert from run defense to pass rush. In all, Coach Fex shows:

    • Stance, get-off, and hand placement that will give your players an advantage.
    • Several drills that teach and reinforce run defense fundamentals.
    • Tips and coaching points to help develop dominant pass rushers.

    If you need strategies to improve your defensive line, this is the video for you. Coach Fex shows how he and his staff develop great defensive lineman that dominate the opposition.

    93 minutes. 2019.


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    with Steve Fex,
    McKinney-Boyd High School (TX) Assistant Coach;
    former Coppell (TX) HS Assistant Coach;
    member of 2001 University of Washington coaching staff (2001 Rose Bowl Champions)

    With the multitude of offensive schemes in today's game of football, preparing week to week can be difficult. In this video, Coach Steve Fex shares his plan that will help you build a dominant defense that can match up against any scheme you might see on your schedule. Fex shows you how to build a fundamental and physical defense.

    Factors for Developing a Dominating Defense

    Coach Fex explains what he believes are the most important factors in building a championship caliber defense. He emphasizes that scheme is secondary to teaching fundamentals, including block destruction and tackling. Also, practice pace and competition in practice are demonstrated and explained. You'll learn:

    • How to structure practices so you emphasize fundamentals that show up on game tape.
    • Several drills that build fundamental defensive skills.
    • The specific game situations that should be emphasized in practice.

    Drills to Teach Block Defeat and Tackling

    Fex continues by giving an in-depth description of how block destruction is taught. Multiple drills are shown that teach the footwork, posture, hand placement, and release that Coach Fex teaches to his players. You'll also discover how he teaches tackling to his team. The emphasis is on striking the ball carrier with the near leg and near shoulder, and clubbing with the arms. Several drills are shown that teach tackling in a variety of situations, including the "Cowboy Drill" which can be modified to fit each position group.

    This is a great addition to any defensive coach's video library. Coach Fex shows how he and his staff build a championship caliber defense through emphasizing fundamentals and practicing in an efficient manner.

    108 minutes. 2019.


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    with Dan Werner,
    University of South Carolina Quarterbacks Coach,
    spent the 2017 season as an offensive analyst under Nick Saban at the University of Alabama (2017 National Champions);
    former University of Miami (3x National Championships) and Ole Miss Offensive Coordinator;
    2015 Broyles Award nominee (awarded to the nation's top assistant coach)

    University of South Carolina quarterbacks coach Dan Werner has had the privilege of working with some of the top football programs in the nation for over 30 years. In this video, he presents the mechanics and drills you'll need to teach your quarterback how to run an explosive RPO offense.

    Quick Game from the Shotgun

    With the help of two athletes, Coach Werner begins by demonstrating several drills that teach the quick game. Footwork, drop mechanics, and ball location are covered for a variety of common throws that accompany the quick passing game. Werner also spends time explaining how a QB's footwork ties into his timing and ability to deliver the pass on time. Additionally, ball location and trajectory are covered plus some tips for improving your quarterback's accuracy.

    Drills for Teaching the RPO

    Coach Werner provides an in-depth look at how he teaches and drills the shotgun run game for QBs, as well as the RPOs that go with them. Ball handling, mesh mechanics, and footwork are covered for both the inside zone and outside zone running plays from the shotgun.

    Next, Werner goes into detail about the specific reads he teaches his QBs on both the zone read play and for his RPOs. Every throw that is used with the RPO package is drilled in order to simulate actual game conditions. In all, you'll learn:

    • Ball handling and mesh mechanics for the zone running game.
    • Reads and keys for the zone running game and the RPO package used by Coach Werner.
    • How to teach and drill every throw your quarterbacks will be expected to make with an RPO package.

    This video provides excellent on-field demonstration of QB coaching for the shotgun RPO offense. Coach Werner goes into great detail on how he teaches various aspects of quarterback play for the modern game!

    78 minutes. 2019.


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    with Kris Hogan,
    Grapevine Faith High School (TX) Head Coach & Athletic Director;
    has coached teams to multiple state championships;
    6x Coach of the Year at the district or regional level;
    70% career winning percentage in 17+ years as a head coach

    A quarterback could possess all of the physical tools in the world, but if they don't have equally impressive mental capabilities in regards to football, then their ceiling (and your program's) will be lowered considerably.

    Kris Hogan, Grapevine Faith High School head coach, addresses the mental side of elite quarterback play in this informative video. You'll learn what it takes between the ears to become a complete QB that can lead a program to a championship.

    Defining and Training the "IT" Factor

    Hogan starts this whiteboard presentation by explaining what the "IT" factor is. He explains that the qualities needed to be a successful quarterback are difficult to measure by traditional tests. Coach Hogan further elaborates about the need of the player to have a clear understanding of his responsibilities and his own abilities. Finally, he covers how to create the conditions for each player on your roster to develop their own "IT" factor.

    Mental Approach & Habits

    Next, Coach Hogan explains the process of training his players to have the correct attitude to be successful. You'll learn the importance of helping your players understand what good habits are and how to avoid developing bad habits. Hogan also goes into detail about how the communication process takes place, and why coaches need to be aware of how the mind works so they can best communicate with modern student-athletes.

    In all, you'll learn how:

    • Communication correlates to subconscious behavior.
    • Your player's subconscious mind directs their behavior both on and off the field.
    • To construct a program that places emphasis on the process over results.

    This video from Coach Hogan is an excellent resource for any coach that is looking for the extra things that coaches and athletes can do to achieve their goals!

    73 minutes. 2019.


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    with Kris Hogan,
    Grapevine Faith High School (TX) Head Coach & Athletic Director;
    has coached teams to multiple state championships;
    6x Coach of the Year at the district or regional level;
    70% career winning percentage in 17+ years as a head coach

    Does your offensive system set up best to be run by a pro-style quarterback? Do you have an athlete or two whose QB skills are best suited for a pro-style approach? If so, this video featuring Grapevine Faith High School head coach Kris Hogan will be a huge benefit to you and your developing QB. Coach Hogan breaks down his best drills tailored to pro-style quarterbacks and gives many coaching tips that will help your players improve at a rapid pace.

    Drills for Drop Back Mechanics and Ball Handling

    Hogan kicks things off with an explanation on his philosophy in terms of developing young QBs and the importance of not trying to get every athlete to throw the ball with the exact same delivery. He goes into detail about how to teach ball handling for taking a snap, hand-offs, play action passes, and toss plays. Next, he covers a series of drills that teach 3-step drops, 5-step drops, and drops from the shogun. Included are drills that teach pass rush escape, boot and sprint out mechanics.

    Complete Throwing Development Program

    Coach Hogan continues by demonstrating several drills that help develop passing skills. Multiple general and specific warm-up drills are shown that help minimize the risk of throwing injuries.

    Additionally, Hogan demonstrates exercises that teach QBs to make several of the most common throws from both a drop and when they are flushed from the pocket. Special emphasis is placed on training quarterbacks to escape the rush and reset their feet to make a variety of throws. Finally, you'll get drills that teach reads and movement keys.

    If you need a complete QB development system that is presented in a specific and functional manner, with minimal "fluff," then this video from Coach Hogan is just what the doctor ordered!

    44 minutes. 2019.


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    FD-05620A:

    with Kris Hogan,
    Grapevine Faith High School (TX) Head Coach & Athletic Director;
    has coached teams to multiple state championships;
    6x Coach of the Year at the district or regional level;
    70% career winning percentage in 17+ years as a head coach

    Does your offensive system set up best to be run by a pro-style quarterback? Do you have an athlete or two whose QB skills are best suited for a pro-style approach? If so, this video featuring Grapevine Faith High School head coach Kris Hogan will be a huge benefit to you and your developing QB. Coach Hogan breaks down his best drills tailored to pro-style quarterbacks and gives many coaching tips that will help your players improve at a rapid pace.

    Drills for Drop Back Mechanics and Ball Handling

    Hogan kicks things off with an explanation on his philosophy in terms of developing young QBs and the importance of not trying to get every athlete to throw the ball with the exact same delivery. He goes into detail about how to teach ball handling for taking a snap, hand-offs, play action passes, and toss plays. Next, he covers a series of drills that teach 3-step drops, 5-step drops, and drops from the shogun. Included are drills that teach pass rush escape, boot and sprint out mechanics.

    Complete Throwing Development Program

    Coach Hogan continues by demonstrating several drills that help develop passing skills. Multiple general and specific warm-up drills are shown that help minimize the risk of throwing injuries.

    Additionally, Hogan demonstrates exercises that teach QBs to make several of the most common throws from both a drop and when they are flushed from the pocket. Special emphasis is placed on training quarterbacks to escape the rush and reset their feet to make a variety of throws. Finally, you'll get drills that teach reads and movement keys.

    If you need a complete QB development system that is presented in a specific and functional manner, with minimal "fluff," then this video from Coach Hogan is just what the doctor ordered!

    44 minutes. 2019.



    FD-05620B:

    with Kris Hogan,
    Grapevine Faith High School (TX) Head Coach & Athletic Director;
    has coached teams to multiple state championships;
    6x Coach of the Year at the district or regional level;
    70% career winning percentage in 17+ years as a head coach

    A quarterback could possess all of the physical tools in the world, but if they don't have equally impressive mental capabilities in regards to football, then their ceiling (and your program's) will be lowered considerably.

    Kris Hogan, Grapevine Faith High School head coach, addresses the mental side of elite quarterback play in this informative video. You'll learn what it takes between the ears to become a complete QB that can lead a program to a championship.

    Defining and Training the "IT" Factor

    Hogan starts this whiteboard presentation by explaining what the "IT" factor is. He explains that the qualities needed to be a successful quarterback are difficult to measure by traditional tests. Coach Hogan further elaborates about the need of the player to have a clear understanding of his responsibilities and his own abilities. Finally, he covers how to create the conditions for each player on your roster to develop their own "IT" factor.

    Mental Approach & Habits

    Next, Coach Hogan explains the process of training his players to have the correct attitude to be successful. You'll learn the importance of helping your players understand what good habits are and how to avoid developing bad habits. Hogan also goes into detail about how the communication process takes place, and why coaches need to be aware of how the mind works so they can best communicate with modern student-athletes.

    In all, you'll learn how:

    • Communication correlates to subconscious behavior.
    • Your player's subconscious mind directs their behavior both on and off the field.
    • To construct a program that places emphasis on the process over results.

    This video from Coach Hogan is an excellent resource for any coach that is looking for the extra things that coaches and athletes can do to achieve their goals!

    73 minutes. 2019.




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    FD-05647A:

    with Brennan Marion,
    College of William & Mary Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    former Howard University Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    Howard achieved the biggest upset in college football history in 2017 under Coach Marion when they defeated UNLV 43-40 in a game UNLV was 45.5 point favorites;
    under Marion in 2018, Howard ranked 15th nationally in total offense, 16th in passing offense, 21st in scoring offense, and 4th in yards per completion;
    invited to the 2019 NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit;
    invited to the AFCA '35 Under 35' Leadership Institute;
    in 2014, led Waynesboro Area HS (PA) to a division title and its first winning season in 22 years just one year after posting a winless record;
    in 2013, led St. Patrick-St.Vincent Catholic HS to a playoff appearance following a 1-9 record the year prior to his arrival;
    played two seasons at Tulsa and finished his career averaging 28.7 yards per reception (FBS record among players with at least 75 career receptions)

    "Brennan Marion is the creator of the 'Go-Go Offense,' which he has run to success at every one of his coaching stops. In short, the Go-Go Offense is an uptempo one, specifically designed to run the ball downhill. It's about tempo and spacing, using multiple formations to get favorable match-ups to run the ball. Its main formation is aligning the QB in the shotgun with two backs on the same side of the QB. Contrary to popular belief, it's a big play offense predicated on chunk plays, which come from teams over-committing to stop the run." - Emory Hunt in The Athletic

    The Go-Go offense has attracted the attention of football gurus around the country because of how Brennan Marion has used it to quickly turn around the programs he's coached during his budding career. In this video, Coach Marion teaches the fundamentals necessary to build the Go-Go offense as well as the coaching methods he has used in concert with the Go-Go in order to lead his teams to offensive success.

    Go-Go Philosophy

    Marion begins with an explanation of what the Go-Go offense is and how it has evolved through the years. He then goes into detail explaining the culture that he and his fellow coaches at William & Mary have worked to establish that helps each student-athlete develop not only as football players and athletes, but as a team. You'll get several excellent tips for team building, such as accountability partners, and hear Coach Marion give an overview of how a game week is designed to ensure players are ready to perform their best come game day.

    Setting Up the Go-Go + Marion's Journey

    Next, you'll observe the basic structure of the run and pass schemes that make up the Go-Go offense. Marion explains the advantages of the Go-Go and goes into detail about incorporating an option run scheme in the offense, which makes preparation very difficult for the opposing team. As an added bonus, Coach Marion gives pointers on transitioning from being a player to being a coach, as well as what it takes to be successful as a coordinator.

    If you're interested in implementing the Go-Go offense, this video contains necessary program development insights and base concepts. Coach Marion shares excellent ideas on what it takes to build a championship offense!

    48 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05647B:

    with Brennan Marion,
    College of William & Mary Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    former Howard University Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    Howard achieved the biggest upset in college football history in 2017 under Coach Marion when they defeated UNLV 43-40 in a game UNLV was 45.5 point favorites;
    under Marion in 2018, Howard ranked 15th nationally in total offense, 16th in passing offense, 21st in scoring offense, and 4th in yards per completion;
    invited to the 2019 NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit;
    invited to the AFCA '35 Under 35' Leadership Institute;
    in 2014, led Waynesboro Area HS (PA) to a division title and its first winning season in 22 years just one year after posting a winless record;
    in 2013, led St. Patrick-St.Vincent Catholic HS to a playoff appearance following a 1-9 record the year prior to his arrival;
    played two seasons at Tulsa and finished his career averaging 28.7 yards per reception (FBS record among players with at least 75 career receptions)

    "Brennan Marion is the creator of the 'Go-Go Offense,' which he has run to success at every one of his coaching stops. In short, the Go-Go Offense is an uptempo one, specifically designed to run the ball downhill. It's about tempo and spacing, using multiple formations to get favorable match-ups to run the ball. Its main formation is aligning the QB in the shotgun with two backs on the same side of the QB. Contrary to popular belief, it's a big play offense predicated on chunk plays, which come from teams over-committing to stop the run." - Emory Hunt in The Athletic

    Brennan Marion, offensive coordinator at the College of William & Mary, breaks out into the specifics of the run game in his innovative Go-Go offense. You'll learn about Coach Marion's philosophies for running the wide zone within the Go-Go, as well as the "Right Formation" and its variances against 3- and 4-man fronts.

    Wide Zone

    A huge part of running an effective Go-Go offense is utilizing the wide zone play. Marion jumps into a series of game clips and walks you through successful and unsuccessful examples of running the wide zone in the Go-Go offense. He breaks down which players the quarterback must read pre- and post-snap in order to determine whether to hand the ball off or keep it. You'll also learn what running backs should look for upon receiving a hand-off as they aim to get vertical up the field.

    Coach Marion also includes a segment geared toward how to change primary formations and reads in the red zone in order to be more versatile. This includes the quarterback going under center for a different look.

    Right Formation

    Once he's done breaking down game film, Marion moves to the whiteboard to diagram the "Right Formation" within his Go-Go offense. He breaks down the terminology they use at William & Mary in addition to the responsibilities of each player on the field. While the initial diagramming is done against a 3-man front, Coach Marion also includes a segment on what to change when the defense uses a 4-man look, allowing your team to be prepared for any situation.

    If you're interested in running the Go-Go offense and want an in-depth breakdown on the wide zone, Coach Marion supplies everything you need in this video. The game film and whiteboard breakdowns are top-notch and are sure to help your program.

    44 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05647C:

    with Brennan Marion,
    College of William & Mary Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    former Howard University Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    Howard achieved the biggest upset in college football history in 2017 under Coach Marion when they defeated UNLV 43-40 in a game UNLV was 45.5 point favorites;
    under Marion in 2018, Howard ranked 15th nationally in total offense, 16th in passing offense, 21st in scoring offense, and 4th in yards per completion;
    invited to the 2019 NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit;
    invited to the AFCA '35 Under 35' Leadership Institute;
    in 2014, led Waynesboro Area HS (PA) to a division title and its first winning season in 22 years just one year after posting a winless record;
    in 2013, led St. Patrick-St.Vincent Catholic HS to a playoff appearance following a 1-9 record the year prior to his arrival;
    played two seasons at Tulsa and finished his career averaging 28.7 yards per reception (FBS record among players with at least 75 career receptions)

    "Brennan Marion is the creator of the 'Go-Go Offense,' which he has run to success at every one of his coaching stops. In short, the Go-Go Offense is an uptempo one, specifically designed to run the ball downhill. It's about tempo and spacing, using multiple formations to get favorable match-ups to run the ball. Its main formation is aligning the QB in the shotgun with two backs on the same side of the QB. Contrary to popular belief, it's a big play offense predicated on chunk plays, which come from teams over-committing to stop the run." - Emory Hunt in The Athletic

    The mesh wheel concept is vital to the success of Brennan Marion's Go-Go offense, and this video will give you an extensive look into how Marion uses it to keep defenses on their heels. Additionally, you'll learn the four tenets of the Go-Go that players must take to heart in regards to the offense and overall program, as well as drills for practice and QB traits to focus on when selecting or recruiting a quarterback.

    Mesh Wheel Concept

    The mesh wheel concept can be run from multiple formations, though Coach Marion prefers to run it in the traditional Go-Go look with two running backs in the backfield in order to provide the familiar run action look. You will get a breakdown that includes game film on passing out of the Go-Go, with focus on which players to read on the defense and how to react to different coverages. After several examples are shown, Marion moves to the whiteboard to further break down the mesh wheel concept and how to manipulate the defense.

    4 Tenets of the Go-Go

    The four main tenets of the Go-Go offense are:

    • Tempo
    • Together
    • Toughness
    • Technique

    In order to build the culture that Coach Marion wants in his players, he discusses what to do during the spring and summer months to drive home major points of emphases that will contribute to the win column in the fall. These tactics include reaching players on a spiritual, mental, social, and emotional level outside of the traditional physical training associated with football.

    Run Mesh Drills & QB Traits

    Next, Marion includes run mesh drills that your team can utilize at practice. The great part about these drills are they incorporate run and pass reps all in one package, meaning teams with few players and little practice time can use them for maximum benefit.

    Coach Marion rounds out the video by explaining what traits to look for in quarterbacks in order to run the Go-Go offense, as well as how he coaches quarterbacks by giving them a "target" to hit every day and treating them like a fellow coach.

    This video will give you an essential piece of the passing game for the Go-Go offense. Coach Marion's breakdowns go into great detail in order to help you find what you need to succeed.

    61 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05647D:

    with EJ Barthel,
    College of William & Mary Recruiting Coordinator & Running Backs Coach;
    former Howard University Running Backs Coach;
    under Barthel in 2018, Howard led the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in rushing with 192.8 yards per game

    In order to run the ball well, mastering the inside zone is paramount for your offensive approach. Additionally, your running backs must possess great vision in order to get the most out of each play.

    William & Mary running backs coach, EJ Barthel, takes you through his approach to the inside zone in this video. Coach Barthel includes pre- and post-snap reads, film room breakdowns, and drills that you can adopt to turn your backs into game breaking players.

    Aiming Point, Reads, and Film Room

    Barthel begins by discussing the aiming point for his running backs in the inside zone. He wants his players to capture the midline, which allows the back to be in position to attack all three areas of the field. Additionally, players must press the aiming point until the last second to get opposing linebackers committed.

    Next, you'll discover what Coach Barthel instructs his runners to look for pre- and post-snap. His pre-snap reads include the Fast, Stack, and Slow reads based on where the linebacker aligns. Post-snap reads include Fast Fast Flow, Fast Slow Flow, and Slow Flow. After defining what each read means, Barthel goes in-depth in the film room to provide you specific examples of these reads being utilized in games.

    Running Back Drills and Philosophies

    Coach Barthel showcases 11 drills that are great for training your running backs to make correct reads while also conditioning them physically to capitalize on making correct reads. Drills included are:

    • Aiming Point Path
    • Read & React
    • Jump Cut Vertical
    • Obstacle Drill
    • Bag Drill
    • Serpentine Drill
    • Jump Cut Drill
    • Palm Up Drill
    • Combo Drill
    • 4-Corner Cut Drill
    • Bad Ball Drill

    In the midst of these drills, Barthel dives into William & Mary's running back philosophy and also throws in some tips for improving ball security while carrying the pigskin.

    Your running back could have all the talent in the world, but if they never make the correct read, then their potential will always be suppressed. This video from Coach Barthel will ensure you and your backs know what reads to make while running the inside zone.

    43 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05647E:

    with Mike London Jr.,
    College of William & Mary Wide Receivers Coach;
    former Howard University Wide Receivers Coach;
    in 2018, helped Howard rank 4th nationally in yards per catch and 16th in passing offense

    Mike London Jr. grew up around football and has experienced success at the high school and collegiate levels so far during his coaching career. He coached 21 high school student-athletes who went on to compete at the Division I level, in addition to helping Howard University rank fourth nationally in yards per catch (17.27) and 16th in passing offense (278 yards per game) in 2018.

    Now, London brings his expertise on receiver play to you. In this video, you'll get techniques that will take your receivers to the next level, as well as the routes and adjustments your offense needs to move the ball consistently.

    Crucial Elements of Receiver Play

    Coach London starts with an overview of some of the most important factors of wide receiver play. He demonstrates how he teaches stance and start against both press and off-coverage looks. You'll get several drills that reinforce the footwork, posture, and catching technique required to be an outstanding receiver. Additionally, London provides insight as to how he teaches his receivers to complete their route breaks to put themselves into position to make a great catch.

    Routes Against a Variety of Coverages

    Next, you will learn several of the routes that are used in conjunction with William & Mary's pass game concepts. Several common routes such as the hitch, slant, quick out, deep out, comeback, post, and fade are covered. Conversions to routes that are used against certain coverages are also detailed by Coach London. Finally, you'll see practice film of each route against cover 2, 3, and 4, as well as press man, and off-man coverages.

    This is a great addition to any football coach's library. Coach London gives a detailed overview of route running and wide receiver play.

    64 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05647F:

    with Matt Johns,
    College of William & Mary Wide Receivers/Tight Ends Coach;
    was a four-year letterwinner at the University of Virginia as a player;
    finished his career ranked 11th on the program's career passing list and sixth in passing touchdowns

    An underrated component of any team's passing game is its ability to block and run effective routes. You won't have much luck moving the ball if you can't create space on the field!

    This video featuring, College of William & Mary's Receivers/Tight Ends Coach Matt Johns, dives into drills and skills that will make your pass catchers better at blocking and getting open down the field.

    Stalk Blocking

    Coach Johns provides a demonstration using practice and game footage of how stalk blocking is taught at William & Mary. He demonstrates the approach, posture, initial strike, and finish that are necessary to be an excellent blocker as a receiver or tight end. Johns also includes several drills that teach and reinforce the fundamentals of stalk blocking.

    You'll learn how to coach your receivers to finish their blocks and avoid penalties, how to counter what defenders do to defeat stalk blocks, and get the Four Cone Mirror drill that ties all the elements of the stalk block together.

    Pass Game Concepts and Individual Routes

    Coach Johns continues by getting into some of the route concepts, releases, and individual routes used by the William & Mary coaching staff. You'll see several "conversion" concepts that allow receivers to adjust their routes based on what coverage they see. Johns diagrams each concept and gives key coaching points relative to how each read is taught, in addition to showing game footage of each concept to illustrate coaching points. Finally, Johns explains how he teaches receivers to release and get into their routes against a variety of defensive looks.

    Tight end and receiver play is an art. This video featuring Coach Johns contains the stalk blocking and route running techniques your receivers will need to elevate their game to the next level!

    58 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05647G:

    with Gordon Sammis,
    College of William & Mary Offensive Line Coach;
    former Lafayette College Offensive Line Coach;
    under his leadership, Lafayette ranked first in the Patriot League in fewest sacks allowed and fewest tackles for a loss allowed

    Prior to joining the College of William & Mary coaching staff, Gordon Sammis helped Lafayette College rank first in the Patriot League in fewest sacks allowed and fewest tackles for a loss allowed as Lafayette's offensive line coach.

    In this video, you'll learn the system, schemes, and techniques that Sammis has used to build cohesive and effective offensive lines.

    Protection Schemes

    Coach Sammis kicks things off by giving an overview of the most important factors in pass protection. He then explains how each protection can be adjusted to utilize either five, six, or seven players in conjunction. You'll come to understand how each protection is taught by concept first, through separating each scheme into either a base, slide, or turn protection.

    Sammis also includes how to adjust formations to include more blockers as well as how to use formations to disguise protections in order to avoid being schemed by the blitz.

    Base, Slide, and Turn

    You'll get great detail on how Coach Sammis teaches the three main dropback protections used at William & Mary. Using game footage to illustrate coaching points, Sammis goes into detail with each protection against both four down and five down fronts. He also demonstrates how each protection can be adjusted to account for dominant pass rushers and blitzes.

    Protection is the foundation of an effective passing attack, and with this video from Coach Sammis, your offense will be well on its way to lighting up the scoreboard!

    86 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05647H:

    with Mike London,
    College of William & Mary Head Coach;
    former Howard University Head Coach;
    2017 AFCA Regional Coach of the Year;
    2017 FCS Eddie Robinson Award finalist;
    2011 ACC Coach of the Year (University of Virginia);
    2008 FCS National Champions (University of Richmond);
    2008 AFCA FCS National Coach of the Year

    Mike London has been coaching football for 30 years and has accumulated a wealth of knowledge regarding what it takes to build a great team culture. You'll learn all about London's methods for developing players to be great on and off the field in this video, as well as how to get your coaching staff to foster a positive environment within your program.

    Establishing Great Culture

    Coach London's presentation starts with an excellent overview on the importance of football, and in particular, establishing a championship culture. London gives specific examples of how establishing a positive culture contributes to not only the success of the team, but to the growth and development of the athletes that participate in the program.

    You'll also learn how to establish positive relationships with your players and how Coach London and his staff identify student-athletes that will fit into their program's culture.

    Cultivating Leadership

    London continues by giving examples of how important leadership is in a football program amongst the players. He gives several unique perspectives on how to cultivate leadership qualities in your student-athletes that will last a lifetime. Additionally, Coach London stresses the importance of creating leadership opportunities for everyone on your team, and not just the players that are natural leaders.

    This video from Coach London is a worthy addition to any football coach's library. You will inherit thoughts and ideas on an essential subject that often doesn't get talked about enough when X's and O's steal the spotlight.

    46 minutes. 2020.




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    with Matt Johns,
    College of William & Mary Wide Receivers/Tight Ends Coach;
    was a four-year letterwinner at the University of Virginia as a player;
    finished his career ranked 11th on the program's career passing list and sixth in passing touchdowns

    An underrated component of any team's passing game is its ability to block and run effective routes. You won't have much luck moving the ball if you can't create space on the field!

    This video featuring, College of William & Mary's Receivers/Tight Ends Coach Matt Johns, dives into drills and skills that will make your pass catchers better at blocking and getting open down the field.

    Stalk Blocking

    Coach Johns provides a demonstration using practice and game footage of how stalk blocking is taught at William & Mary. He demonstrates the approach, posture, initial strike, and finish that are necessary to be an excellent blocker as a receiver or tight end. Johns also includes several drills that teach and reinforce the fundamentals of stalk blocking.

    You'll learn how to coach your receivers to finish their blocks and avoid penalties, how to counter what defenders do to defeat stalk blocks, and get the Four Cone Mirror drill that ties all the elements of the stalk block together.

    Pass Game Concepts and Individual Routes

    Coach Johns continues by getting into some of the route concepts, releases, and individual routes used by the William & Mary coaching staff. You'll see several "conversion" concepts that allow receivers to adjust their routes based on what coverage they see. Johns diagrams each concept and gives key coaching points relative to how each read is taught, in addition to showing game footage of each concept to illustrate coaching points. Finally, Johns explains how he teaches receivers to release and get into their routes against a variety of defensive looks.

    Tight end and receiver play is an art. This video featuring Coach Johns contains the stalk blocking and route running techniques your receivers will need to elevate their game to the next level!

    58 minutes. 2020.


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    with Mike London Jr.,
    College of William & Mary Wide Receivers Coach;
    former Howard University Wide Receivers Coach;
    in 2018, helped Howard rank 4th nationally in yards per catch and 16th in passing offense

    Mike London Jr. grew up around football and has experienced success at the high school and collegiate levels so far during his coaching career. He coached 21 high school student-athletes who went on to compete at the Division I level, in addition to helping Howard University rank fourth nationally in yards per catch (17.27) and 16th in passing offense (278 yards per game) in 2018.

    Now, London brings his expertise on receiver play to you. In this video, you'll get techniques that will take your receivers to the next level, as well as the routes and adjustments your offense needs to move the ball consistently.

    Crucial Elements of Receiver Play

    Coach London starts with an overview of some of the most important factors of wide receiver play. He demonstrates how he teaches stance and start against both press and off-coverage looks. You'll get several drills that reinforce the footwork, posture, and catching technique required to be an outstanding receiver. Additionally, London provides insight as to how he teaches his receivers to complete their route breaks to put themselves into position to make a great catch.

    Routes Against a Variety of Coverages

    Next, you will learn several of the routes that are used in conjunction with William & Mary's pass game concepts. Several common routes such as the hitch, slant, quick out, deep out, comeback, post, and fade are covered. Conversions to routes that are used against certain coverages are also detailed by Coach London. Finally, you'll see practice film of each route against cover 2, 3, and 4, as well as press man, and off-man coverages.

    This is a great addition to any football coach's library. Coach London gives a detailed overview of route running and wide receiver play.

    64 minutes. 2020.


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    with Brennan Marion,
    College of William & Mary Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    former Howard University Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    Howard achieved the biggest upset in college football history in 2017 under Coach Marion when they defeated UNLV 43-40 in a game UNLV was 45.5 point favorites;
    under Marion in 2018, Howard ranked 15th nationally in total offense, 16th in passing offense, 21st in scoring offense, and 4th in yards per completion;
    invited to the 2019 NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit;
    invited to the AFCA '35 Under 35' Leadership Institute;
    in 2014, led Waynesboro Area HS (PA) to a division title and its first winning season in 22 years just one year after posting a winless record;
    in 2013, led St. Patrick-St.Vincent Catholic HS to a playoff appearance following a 1-9 record the year prior to his arrival;
    played two seasons at Tulsa and finished his career averaging 28.7 yards per reception (FBS record among players with at least 75 career receptions)

    "Brennan Marion is the creator of the 'Go-Go Offense,' which he has run to success at every one of his coaching stops. In short, the Go-Go Offense is an uptempo one, specifically designed to run the ball downhill. It's about tempo and spacing, using multiple formations to get favorable match-ups to run the ball. Its main formation is aligning the QB in the shotgun with two backs on the same side of the QB. Contrary to popular belief, it's a big play offense predicated on chunk plays, which come from teams over-committing to stop the run." - Emory Hunt in The Athletic

    Brennan Marion, offensive coordinator at the College of William & Mary, breaks out into the specifics of the run game in his innovative Go-Go offense. You'll learn about Coach Marion's philosophies for running the wide zone within the Go-Go, as well as the "Right Formation" and its variances against 3- and 4-man fronts.

    Wide Zone

    A huge part of running an effective Go-Go offense is utilizing the wide zone play. Marion jumps into a series of game clips and walks you through successful and unsuccessful examples of running the wide zone in the Go-Go offense. He breaks down which players the quarterback must read pre- and post-snap in order to determine whether to hand the ball off or keep it. You'll also learn what running backs should look for upon receiving a hand-off as they aim to get vertical up the field.

    Coach Marion also includes a segment geared toward how to change primary formations and reads in the red zone in order to be more versatile. This includes the quarterback going under center for a different look.

    Right Formation

    Once he's done breaking down game film, Marion moves to the whiteboard to diagram the "Right Formation" within his Go-Go offense. He breaks down the terminology they use at William & Mary in addition to the responsibilities of each player on the field. While the initial diagramming is done against a 3-man front, Coach Marion also includes a segment on what to change when the defense uses a 4-man look, allowing your team to be prepared for any situation.

    If you're interested in running the Go-Go offense and want an in-depth breakdown on the wide zone, Coach Marion supplies everything you need in this video. The game film and whiteboard breakdowns are top-notch and are sure to help your program.

    44 minutes. 2020.


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    with EJ Barthel,
    College of William & Mary Recruiting Coordinator & Running Backs Coach;
    former Howard University Running Backs Coach;
    under Barthel in 2018, Howard led the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in rushing with 192.8 yards per game

    In order to run the ball well, mastering the inside zone is paramount for your offensive approach. Additionally, your running backs must possess great vision in order to get the most out of each play.

    William & Mary running backs coach, EJ Barthel, takes you through his approach to the inside zone in this video. Coach Barthel includes pre- and post-snap reads, film room breakdowns, and drills that you can adopt to turn your backs into game breaking players.

    Aiming Point, Reads, and Film Room

    Barthel begins by discussing the aiming point for his running backs in the inside zone. He wants his players to capture the midline, which allows the back to be in position to attack all three areas of the field. Additionally, players must press the aiming point until the last second to get opposing linebackers committed.

    Next, you'll discover what Coach Barthel instructs his runners to look for pre- and post-snap. His pre-snap reads include the Fast, Stack, and Slow reads based on where the linebacker aligns. Post-snap reads include Fast Fast Flow, Fast Slow Flow, and Slow Flow. After defining what each read means, Barthel goes in-depth in the film room to provide you specific examples of these reads being utilized in games.

    Running Back Drills and Philosophies

    Coach Barthel showcases 11 drills that are great for training your running backs to make correct reads while also conditioning them physically to capitalize on making correct reads. Drills included are:

    • Aiming Point Path
    • Read & React
    • Jump Cut Vertical
    • Obstacle Drill
    • Bag Drill
    • Serpentine Drill
    • Jump Cut Drill
    • Palm Up Drill
    • Combo Drill
    • 4-Corner Cut Drill
    • Bad Ball Drill

    In the midst of these drills, Barthel dives into William & Mary's running back philosophy and also throws in some tips for improving ball security while carrying the pigskin.

    Your running back could have all the talent in the world, but if they never make the correct read, then their potential will always be suppressed. This video from Coach Barthel will ensure you and your backs know what reads to make while running the inside zone.

    43 minutes. 2020.


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    with Mike London,
    College of William & Mary Head Coach;
    former Howard University Head Coach;
    2017 AFCA Regional Coach of the Year;
    2017 FCS Eddie Robinson Award finalist;
    2011 ACC Coach of the Year (University of Virginia);
    2008 FCS National Champions (University of Richmond);
    2008 AFCA FCS National Coach of the Year

    Mike London has been coaching football for 30 years and has accumulated a wealth of knowledge regarding what it takes to build a great team culture. You'll learn all about London's methods for developing players to be great on and off the field in this video, as well as how to get your coaching staff to foster a positive environment within your program.

    Establishing Great Culture

    Coach London's presentation starts with an excellent overview on the importance of football, and in particular, establishing a championship culture. London gives specific examples of how establishing a positive culture contributes to not only the success of the team, but to the growth and development of the athletes that participate in the program.

    You'll also learn how to establish positive relationships with your players and how Coach London and his staff identify student-athletes that will fit into their program's culture.

    Cultivating Leadership

    London continues by giving examples of how important leadership is in a football program amongst the players. He gives several unique perspectives on how to cultivate leadership qualities in your student-athletes that will last a lifetime. Additionally, Coach London stresses the importance of creating leadership opportunities for everyone on your team, and not just the players that are natural leaders.

    This video from Coach London is a worthy addition to any football coach's library. You will inherit thoughts and ideas on an essential subject that often doesn't get talked about enough when X's and O's steal the spotlight.

    46 minutes. 2020.


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    with Brennan Marion,
    College of William & Mary Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    former Howard University Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    Howard achieved the biggest upset in college football history in 2017 under Coach Marion when they defeated UNLV 43-40 in a game UNLV was 45.5 point favorites;
    under Marion in 2018, Howard ranked 15th nationally in total offense, 16th in passing offense, 21st in scoring offense, and 4th in yards per completion;
    invited to the 2019 NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit;
    invited to the AFCA '35 Under 35' Leadership Institute;
    in 2014, led Waynesboro Area HS (PA) to a division title and its first winning season in 22 years just one year after posting a winless record;
    in 2013, led St. Patrick-St.Vincent Catholic HS to a playoff appearance following a 1-9 record the year prior to his arrival;
    played two seasons at Tulsa and finished his career averaging 28.7 yards per reception (FBS record among players with at least 75 career receptions)

    "Brennan Marion is the creator of the 'Go-Go Offense,' which he has run to success at every one of his coaching stops. In short, the Go-Go Offense is an uptempo one, specifically designed to run the ball downhill. It's about tempo and spacing, using multiple formations to get favorable match-ups to run the ball. Its main formation is aligning the QB in the shotgun with two backs on the same side of the QB. Contrary to popular belief, it's a big play offense predicated on chunk plays, which come from teams over-committing to stop the run." - Emory Hunt in The Athletic

    The mesh wheel concept is vital to the success of Brennan Marion's Go-Go offense, and this video will give you an extensive look into how Marion uses it to keep defenses on their heels. Additionally, you'll learn the four tenets of the Go-Go that players must take to heart in regards to the offense and overall program, as well as drills for practice and QB traits to focus on when selecting or recruiting a quarterback.

    Mesh Wheel Concept

    The mesh wheel concept can be run from multiple formations, though Coach Marion prefers to run it in the traditional Go-Go look with two running backs in the backfield in order to provide the familiar run action look. You will get a breakdown that includes game film on passing out of the Go-Go, with focus on which players to read on the defense and how to react to different coverages. After several examples are shown, Marion moves to the whiteboard to further break down the mesh wheel concept and how to manipulate the defense.

    4 Tenets of the Go-Go

    The four main tenets of the Go-Go offense are:

    • Tempo
    • Together
    • Toughness
    • Technique

    In order to build the culture that Coach Marion wants in his players, he discusses what to do during the spring and summer months to drive home major points of emphases that will contribute to the win column in the fall. These tactics include reaching players on a spiritual, mental, social, and emotional level outside of the traditional physical training associated with football.

    Run Mesh Drills & QB Traits

    Next, Marion includes run mesh drills that your team can utilize at practice. The great part about these drills are they incorporate run and pass reps all in one package, meaning teams with few players and little practice time can use them for maximum benefit.

    Coach Marion rounds out the video by explaining what traits to look for in quarterbacks in order to run the Go-Go offense, as well as how he coaches quarterbacks by giving them a "target" to hit every day and treating them like a fellow coach.

    This video will give you an essential piece of the passing game for the Go-Go offense. Coach Marion's breakdowns go into great detail in order to help you find what you need to succeed.

    61 minutes. 2020.


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    with Gordon Sammis,
    College of William & Mary Offensive Line Coach;
    former Lafayette College Offensive Line Coach;
    under his leadership, Lafayette ranked first in the Patriot League in fewest sacks allowed and fewest tackles for a loss allowed

    Prior to joining the College of William & Mary coaching staff, Gordon Sammis helped Lafayette College rank first in the Patriot League in fewest sacks allowed and fewest tackles for a loss allowed as Lafayette's offensive line coach.

    In this video, you'll learn the system, schemes, and techniques that Sammis has used to build cohesive and effective offensive lines.

    Protection Schemes

    Coach Sammis kicks things off by giving an overview of the most important factors in pass protection. He then explains how each protection can be adjusted to utilize either five, six, or seven players in conjunction. You'll come to understand how each protection is taught by concept first, through separating each scheme into either a base, slide, or turn protection.

    Sammis also includes how to adjust formations to include more blockers as well as how to use formations to disguise protections in order to avoid being schemed by the blitz.

    Base, Slide, and Turn

    You'll get great detail on how Coach Sammis teaches the three main dropback protections used at William & Mary. Using game footage to illustrate coaching points, Sammis goes into detail with each protection against both four down and five down fronts. He also demonstrates how each protection can be adjusted to account for dominant pass rushers and blitzes.

    Protection is the foundation of an effective passing attack, and with this video from Coach Sammis, your offense will be well on its way to lighting up the scoreboard!

    86 minutes. 2020.


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  • 12/04/19--22:00: Basics of the Go-Go Offense
  • with Brennan Marion,
    College of William & Mary Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    former Howard University Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach;
    Howard achieved the biggest upset in college football history in 2017 under Coach Marion when they defeated UNLV 43-40 in a game UNLV was 45.5 point favorites;
    under Marion in 2018, Howard ranked 15th nationally in total offense, 16th in passing offense, 21st in scoring offense, and 4th in yards per completion;
    invited to the 2019 NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit;
    invited to the AFCA '35 Under 35' Leadership Institute;
    in 2014, led Waynesboro Area HS (PA) to a division title and its first winning season in 22 years just one year after posting a winless record;
    in 2013, led St. Patrick-St.Vincent Catholic HS to a playoff appearance following a 1-9 record the year prior to his arrival;
    played two seasons at Tulsa and finished his career averaging 28.7 yards per reception (FBS record among players with at least 75 career receptions)

    "Brennan Marion is the creator of the 'Go-Go Offense,' which he has run to success at every one of his coaching stops. In short, the Go-Go Offense is an uptempo one, specifically designed to run the ball downhill. It's about tempo and spacing, using multiple formations to get favorable match-ups to run the ball. Its main formation is aligning the QB in the shotgun with two backs on the same side of the QB. Contrary to popular belief, it's a big play offense predicated on chunk plays, which come from teams over-committing to stop the run." - Emory Hunt in The Athletic

    The Go-Go offense has attracted the attention of football gurus around the country because of how Brennan Marion has used it to quickly turn around the programs he's coached during his budding career. In this video, Coach Marion teaches the fundamentals necessary to build the Go-Go offense as well as the coaching methods he has used in concert with the Go-Go in order to lead his teams to offensive success.

    Go-Go Philosophy

    Marion begins with an explanation of what the Go-Go offense is and how it has evolved through the years. He then goes into detail explaining the culture that he and his fellow coaches at William & Mary have worked to establish that helps each student-athlete develop not only as football players and athletes, but as a team. You'll get several excellent tips for team building, such as accountability partners, and hear Coach Marion give an overview of how a game week is designed to ensure players are ready to perform their best come game day.

    Setting Up the Go-Go + Marion's Journey

    Next, you'll observe the basic structure of the run and pass schemes that make up the Go-Go offense. Marion explains the advantages of the Go-Go and goes into detail about incorporating an option run scheme in the offense, which makes preparation very difficult for the opposing team. As an added bonus, Coach Marion gives pointers on transitioning from being a player to being a coach, as well as what it takes to be successful as a coordinator.

    If you're interested in implementing the Go-Go offense, this video contains necessary program development insights and base concepts. Coach Marion shares excellent ideas on what it takes to build a championship offense!

    48 minutes. 2020.


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  • 01/04/20--22:00: Go-Go Offense
  • Current William & Mary Offensive Coordinator Brennan Marion, takes you through the ins-and-outs of his Go-Go Offense that has lit up defenses and scoreboards from the high school to collegiate levels. The Go-Go Offense gives you the philosophy, formations and staple plays of the most explosive offensive scheme in football. Coach Marion even goes into what personnel you should look for to fit within the offense. It's a great read for coaches, analysts and fans alike!

    68 pages. 2019.


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    FD-05663A:

    with Vincent Brown,
    College of William & Mary Associate Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Coach;
    3x All-Pro linebacker for the New England Patriots ('91, '92, '93);
    former Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator at Howard University;
    former Dallas Cowboys Inside Linebackers Coach (2006)

    If you've ever wanted to adopt a 3-4 defensive system, why not learn it from a three-time NFL All-Pro linebacker?

    This video featuring former New England Patriots star Vincent Brown, who's now the Associate Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator at the College of William & Mary, dives into teaching and running the 3-4 defense. You will come away with knowledge of the structure of the defense and how to teach each position within that structure.

    Structure of the 3-4 Defense

    Coach Brown starts with an overview of his 3-4 defense and why he believes it's the best defense to defend modern offenses. Then, he diagrams the basic structure of the 3-4 defense with an emphasis on the basic alignment and responsibilities of each position group. Brown shows several clips of game and practice footage to illustrate specific coaching points.

    Position-Specific Aspects

    The presentation continues with an overview of the type of players that fit into the requirements for each position. Coach Brown details the alignment and assignments within the basic scheme. You'll also see several clips of position-specific drills that are done with each group at William & Mary. Finally, Brown shares some of his insights into the characteristics that make up a good defensive team, as well as some of the things that are necessary to be successful against the pass and the run.

    Overall, this video from Coach Brown is a great addition to any coach's instructional library. You'll get an outstanding presentation on the 3-4 defense and learn why Brown believes it's the best defensive scheme to defend modern offenses!

    76 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05663B:

    with Darryl Blackstock,
    College of William & Mary Defensive Assistant;
    seven-year NFL linebacker/defensive end with the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders, and Baltimore Ravens;
    played linebacker at the University of Virginia - 3x All-ACC honoree and Sporting News ACC Defensive Freshman of the Year

    Darryl Blackstock's seven-year career in the NFL provided him with a wealth of experience that he's since brought with him to the coaching staff at the College of William & Mary. You'll see much of his knowledge brought to life in this video covering all angles of an effective pass rush. Blackstock gives you his keys to controlling the pass game, playing as a unit, and developing players with high IQ before presenting drills that you can adopt to train your own pass rushers.

    Pass Rush IQ and Point System

    Pass rush IQ centers around having in-game awareness and an understanding of the opposing quarterback's mechanics according to Coach Blackstock. Players must also know the pass protectors and protection scheme. You will learn to train your athletes to be aware of the in-game situation and apply what they learned in film study leading up to the game to make big plays when the lights are on. Additionally, Blackstock covers what to look for from the offense in order to set up your pass rush for success before the ball is even snapped.

    Next, Coach Blackstock breaks down his pass rush point system, which is comprised of five parts:

    • A - Alignment & Stance
    • B - Get Off
    • C - Move
    • D - Countermoves
    • E - Finish

    He goes in-depth on each of the five components of his point system in order to make it easier for you to adopt with your own program.

    Film Room and Drills

    One of the great attributes of this video is it includes a film room section where Blackstock walks you through exactly what to look for regarding pass rush during games. A number of tactics and results are addressed, both good and bad, to help you understand keys to the pass rush.

    Finally, Coach Blackstock includes some of his favorite drills that reinforce the desirable skills in elite pass rushers. Drills covered include multiple Hoop Drills, the Mirror Hand Up Drill, the Hip Turn Drill, and Hand Combat Drills.

    Unleash a fierce pass rush on your opponents this season using the strategies and drills of Coach Blackstock!

    45 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05663C:

    with Mike London,
    College of William & Mary Head Coach;
    former Howard University Head Coach;
    2017 AFCA Regional Coach of the Year; 2017 FCS Eddie Robinson Award finalist;
    2011 ACC Coach of the Year (University of Virginia);
    2008 FCS National Champions (University of Richmond); 2008 AFCA FCS National Coach of the Year

    It's common knowledge that teams that win the turnover margin often win the game. By taking away an opponent's scoring opportunity and adding to your own, you will always increase your chances of success. Instead of leaving these opportunities to luck and chance, you can develop a culture of taking the ball away with drills and techniques taught in this video by Coach Mike London!

    London covers many defensive drills to develop a takeaway mindset in your defense. With these drills, your team will learn everything from how to jump a pass route, to how to run the edge and force a strip-sack, and more

    "If it is on the ground or in the air, it belongs to us!"

    Defensive coordinators in today's game must know that modern offenses are designed to score a lot of points quickly. To defend against today's offensive attacks, defenses need to eliminate an opponent's scoring opportunities through takeaways. Coach London demonstrates how to design and build a culture of creating turnovers in your defense. You'll get insight into all the best tactics for causing takeaways, including:

    • Aiming points for pass rushers to force a strip-sack
    • How to neutralize a scrambling QB
    • How to secure and strip a ball carrier

    Raise Your Players' Football IQ

    With detailed diagrams and live demonstration, Coach London shows you how to use these drills to emphasize ball disruption. You'll see many drills, including:

    • Take-off and Angle Drills
    • 3 Man Interception Drill
    • Scoop and Score Drill

    Every defensive coordinator needs this video in their library! With the drills provided by Coach London, any defense can become a turnover machine, create momentum and score more points in the seasons ahead!

    48 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05663D:

    with Keenan Carter,
    College of William & Mary Defensive Line Coach;
    former Howard University Defensive Line Coach;
    former Bridgewater College Defensive Line Coach

    The defensive line can make or break a defense. With a strong one, the offense will have fewer options in their playbook with less time to throw and fewer holes to run through. With a weak one, the rest of your defenders will be scrambling to pick up the slack on the back end.

    Keenan Carter, the College of William & Mary defensive line coach, covers his range of teaching methods for the defensive line in this video. You will learn defensive line fundamentals to use against the run and the pass, as well as drills to improve the skills of your individual athletes.

    Run Defense Fundamentals for 3-4 and 4-3

    Coach Carter's presentation begins with an explanation of his philosophy for defensive line play with regards to playing both a 3-4 and 4-3 defense. He covers a variety of topics, and with several game and practice video clips, demonstrates several drills that teach the finer points of defensive line play against the run. You'll see:

    • The stance and initial step that Coach Carter teaches his players.
    • Keys and responsibilities for each position in both the 3-4 defense and the 4-3 defense.
    • The Run Gauntlet drill, which ties together several of the fundamentals of run defense.

    Fundamentals of Pass Rush

    Carter concludes with a detailed explanation of pass rush fundamentals. He touches on pass rush lanes and how to teach the concept from both a 3-man and 4-man pass rush. You'll come away with tactics to rush the passer in order to limit QB scramble yards, drills that teach necessary landmarks for coordinating your pass rush, and adjustments to pass rush lanes to contain the QB while only rushing three players.

    Coach Carter gives a detailed look at all elements of defensive line play for both the 4-3 and 3-4 defense. This is truly a great addition to any defensive coach's library!

    36 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05663E:

    with Bo Revell,
    College of William & Mary Inside Linebackers Coach / Video Coordinator;
    helped oversee the development of Luke Rhodes, a 2015 Butkus Award Watch List honoree and current member of the Indianapolis Colts;
    played tight end for William & Mary - was a three-year starter and team captain his senior season

    College of William & Mary linebackers coach, Bo Revell, delivers an outstanding video covering all aspects of linebacker play. You will unearth strategies for stopping the run game using your backers while also receiving drills for improved ball pursuit, tackling, and block destruction.

    Alignment, Stance, Keys, and Responsibilities

    Coach Revell begins by giving an overview of his beliefs in terms of teaching skills and concepts to his players. He explains how important it is to be careful in drill selection in that drills are directly relatable to skills that are performed on the field. Revell then gets into the fundamentals of linebacker play such as the stance, keys, alignment, and responsibilities of the linebackers in a single gap defense. You'll observe the course alignment adjustment that Coach Revell will make to put his linebackers in an advantageous position against certain modern run schemes.

    Tackling and Block Destruction

    Next, Revell demonstrates several drills that teach and reinforce proper leverage and tackling fundamentals. You'll see how to teach your players to defeat blocks by giving the players options in terms of how they attack and defeat blocks. Every player has different strengths and weaknesses, and therefore some players will be more effective with certain techniques than others.

    If you want some linebacker drills and skill instruction that you can use to make your athletes better today, this is the video for you. Coach Revell shares several great insights into coaching linebackers at a championship level.

    45 minutes. 2020.



    FD-05663F:

    with Ras-I Dowling,
    College of William & Mary Cornerbacks Coach;
    former Howard University Cornerbacks Coach and Defensive Quality Control Coach;
    drafted by the New England Patriots with the 33rd overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft;
    2010 All-American and 3x All-ACC honoree at the University of Virginia

    For the last 10 years, football at all levels has seen an explosion in passing offenses. Now more than ever do defensive coordinators require sound, fundamental defensive back play to keep their opponent from moving the chains. This video is an instant benefit to any defensive back coach or coordinator eager to create a "no-fly zone" in their defense. Coach Ras-I Dowling has provided detailed instructions on how to develop a shut-down defensive backfield.

    Coach Dowling shares his non-negotiables for a successful defensive back player. With his instruction, you will learn to teach your players how to get "in-phase" against a pass receiver, how to defeat blocks, and how to "play the pocket" to force incomplete passes.

    No Explosive Plays!

    Today's pass-heavy offenses rely on creating explosive plays to move the ball and generate points. If a defense is to have any chance of success, it must have an answer to explosive plays. With this video, Dowling shows you the key factors and fundamentals you need to develop in your defensive backfield to eliminate big plays.

    Dowling covers:

    • Exact pass defense alignment
    • Specific keys to read for immediate reaction
    • Techniques to defeat blocks, make tackles or deflect passes

    Get the Drills That Teach the Skills

    With game footage, Coach Dowling demonstrates how fundamentals apply in game situations. You'll get detailed instruction on:

    • Maintaining the correct position on a pass receiver
    • Approaching a ball carrier for a tackle
    • Creating turnovers to score points

    This video is a must-have for any defensive back coach or defensive coordinator. Whether you are a new coach or a seasoned veteran looking to adapt, Coach Dowling gives you the tools to develop a smothering defensive backfield.

    43 minutes. 2020.




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    with Bo Revell,
    College of William & Mary Inside Linebackers Coach / Video Coordinator;
    helped oversee the development of Luke Rhodes, a 2015 Butkus Award Watch List honoree and current member of the Indianapolis Colts;
    played tight end for William & Mary - was a three-year starter and team captain his senior season

    College of William & Mary linebackers coach, Bo Revell, delivers an outstanding video covering all aspects of linebacker play. You will unearth strategies for stopping the run game using your backers while also receiving drills for improved ball pursuit, tackling, and block destruction.

    Alignment, Stance, Keys, and Responsibilities

    Coach Revell begins by giving an overview of his beliefs in terms of teaching skills and concepts to his players. He explains how important it is to be careful in drill selection in that drills are directly relatable to skills that are performed on the field. Revell then gets into the fundamentals of linebacker play such as the stance, keys, alignment, and responsibilities of the linebackers in a single gap defense. You'll observe the course alignment adjustment that Coach Revell will make to put his linebackers in an advantageous position against certain modern run schemes.

    Tackling and Block Destruction

    Next, Revell demonstrates several drills that teach and reinforce proper leverage and tackling fundamentals. You'll see how to teach your players to defeat blocks by giving the players options in terms of how they attack and defeat blocks. Every player has different strengths and weaknesses, and therefore some players will be more effective with certain techniques than others.

    If you want some linebacker drills and skill instruction that you can use to make your athletes better today, this is the video for you. Coach Revell shares several great insights into coaching linebackers at a championship level.

    45 minutes. 2020.


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    with Ras-I Dowling,
    College of William & Mary Cornerbacks Coach;
    former Howard University Cornerbacks Coach and Defensive Quality Control Coach;
    drafted by the New England Patriots with the 33rd overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft;
    2010 All-American and 3x All-ACC honoree at the University of Virginia

    For the last 10 years, football at all levels has seen an explosion in passing offenses. Now more than ever do defensive coordinators require sound, fundamental defensive back play to keep their opponent from moving the chains. This video is an instant benefit to any defensive back coach or coordinator eager to create a "no-fly zone" in their defense. Coach Ras-I Dowling has provided detailed instructions on how to develop a shut-down defensive backfield.

    Coach Dowling shares his non-negotiables for a successful defensive back player. With his instruction, you will learn to teach your players how to get "in-phase" against a pass receiver, how to defeat blocks, and how to "play the pocket" to force incomplete passes.

    No Explosive Plays!

    Today's pass-heavy offenses rely on creating explosive plays to move the ball and generate points. If a defense is to have any chance of success, it must have an answer to explosive plays. With this video, Dowling shows you the key factors and fundamentals you need to develop in your defensive backfield to eliminate big plays.

    Dowling covers:

    • Exact pass defense alignment
    • Specific keys to read for immediate reaction
    • Techniques to defeat blocks, make tackles or deflect passes

    Get the Drills That Teach the Skills

    With game footage, Coach Dowling demonstrates how fundamentals apply in game situations. You'll get detailed instruction on:

    • Maintaining the correct position on a pass receiver
    • Approaching a ball carrier for a tackle
    • Creating turnovers to score points

    This video is a must-have for any defensive back coach or defensive coordinator. Whether you are a new coach or a seasoned veteran looking to adapt, Coach Dowling gives you the tools to develop a smothering defensive backfield.

    43 minutes. 2020.


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    with Darryl Blackstock,
    College of William & Mary Defensive Assistant;
    seven-year NFL linebacker/defensive end with the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders, and Baltimore Ravens;
    played linebacker at the University of Virginia - 3x All-ACC honoree and Sporting News ACC Defensive Freshman of the Year

    Darryl Blackstock's seven-year career in the NFL provided him with a wealth of experience that he's since brought with him to the coaching staff at the College of William & Mary. You'll see much of his knowledge brought to life in this video covering all angles of an effective pass rush. Blackstock gives you his keys to controlling the pass game, playing as a unit, and developing players with high IQ before presenting drills that you can adopt to train your own pass rushers.

    Pass Rush IQ and Point System

    Pass rush IQ centers around having in-game awareness and an understanding of the opposing quarterback's mechanics according to Coach Blackstock. Players must also know the pass protectors and protection scheme. You will learn to train your athletes to be aware of the in-game situation and apply what they learned in film study leading up to the game to make big plays when the lights are on. Additionally, Blackstock covers what to look for from the offense in order to set up your pass rush for success before the ball is even snapped.

    Next, Coach Blackstock breaks down his pass rush point system, which is comprised of five parts:

    • A - Alignment & Stance
    • B - Get Off
    • C - Move
    • D - Countermoves
    • E - Finish

    He goes in-depth on each of the five components of his point system in order to make it easier for you to adopt with your own program.

    Film Room and Drills

    One of the great attributes of this video is it includes a film room section where Blackstock walks you through exactly what to look for regarding pass rush during games. A number of tactics and results are addressed, both good and bad, to help you understand keys to the pass rush.

    Finally, Coach Blackstock includes some of his favorite drills that reinforce the desirable skills in elite pass rushers. Drills covered include multiple Hoop Drills, the Mirror Hand Up Drill, the Hip Turn Drill, and Hand Combat Drills.

    Unleash a fierce pass rush on your opponents this season using the strategies and drills of Coach Blackstock!

    45 minutes. 2020.


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    with Keenan Carter,
    College of William & Mary Defensive Line Coach;
    former Howard University Defensive Line Coach;
    former Bridgewater College Defensive Line Coach

    The defensive line can make or break a defense. With a strong one, the offense will have fewer options in their playbook with less time to throw and fewer holes to run through. With a weak one, the rest of your defenders will be scrambling to pick up the slack on the back end.

    Keenan Carter, the College of William & Mary defensive line coach, covers his range of teaching methods for the defensive line in this video. You will learn defensive line fundamentals to use against the run and the pass, as well as drills to improve the skills of your individual athletes.

    Run Defense Fundamentals for 3-4 and 4-3

    Coach Carter's presentation begins with an explanation of his philosophy for defensive line play with regards to playing both a 3-4 and 4-3 defense. He covers a variety of topics, and with several game and practice video clips, demonstrates several drills that teach the finer points of defensive line play against the run. You'll see:

    • The stance and initial step that Coach Carter teaches his players.
    • Keys and responsibilities for each position in both the 3-4 defense and the 4-3 defense.
    • The Run Gauntlet drill, which ties together several of the fundamentals of run defense.

    Fundamentals of Pass Rush

    Carter concludes with a detailed explanation of pass rush fundamentals. He touches on pass rush lanes and how to teach the concept from both a 3-man and 4-man pass rush. You'll come away with tactics to rush the passer in order to limit QB scramble yards, drills that teach necessary landmarks for coordinating your pass rush, and adjustments to pass rush lanes to contain the QB while only rushing three players.

    Coach Carter gives a detailed look at all elements of defensive line play for both the 4-3 and 3-4 defense. This is truly a great addition to any defensive coach's library!

    36 minutes. 2020.


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    with Vincent Brown,
    College of William & Mary Associate Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Coach;
    3x All-Pro linebacker for the New England Patriots ('91, '92, '93);
    former Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator at Howard University;
    former Dallas Cowboys Inside Linebackers Coach (2006)

    If you've ever wanted to adopt a 3-4 defensive system, why not learn it from a three-time NFL All-Pro linebacker?

    This video featuring former New England Patriots star Vincent Brown, who's now the Associate Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator at the College of William & Mary, dives into teaching and running the 3-4 defense. You will come away with knowledge of the structure of the defense and how to teach each position within that structure.

    Structure of the 3-4 Defense

    Coach Brown starts with an overview of his 3-4 defense and why he believes it's the best defense to defend modern offenses. Then, he diagrams the basic structure of the 3-4 defense with an emphasis on the basic alignment and responsibilities of each position group. Brown shows several clips of game and practice footage to illustrate specific coaching points.

    Position-Specific Aspects

    The presentation continues with an overview of the type of players that fit into the requirements for each position. Coach Brown details the alignment and assignments within the basic scheme. You'll also see several clips of position-specific drills that are done with each group at William & Mary. Finally, Brown shares some of his insights into the characteristics that make up a good defensive team, as well as some of the things that are necessary to be successful against the pass and the run.

    Overall, this video from Coach Brown is a great addition to any coach's instructional library. You'll get an outstanding presentation on the 3-4 defense and learn why Brown believes it's the best defensive scheme to defend modern offenses!

    76 minutes. 2020.


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    with Mike London,
    College of William & Mary Head Coach;
    former Howard University Head Coach;
    2017 AFCA Regional Coach of the Year; 2017 FCS Eddie Robinson Award finalist;
    2011 ACC Coach of the Year (University of Virginia);
    2008 FCS National Champions (University of Richmond); 2008 AFCA FCS National Coach of the Year

    It's common knowledge that teams that win the turnover margin often win the game. By taking away an opponent's scoring opportunity and adding to your own, you will always increase your chances of success. Instead of leaving these opportunities to luck and chance, you can develop a culture of taking the ball away with drills and techniques taught in this video by Coach Mike London!

    London covers many defensive drills to develop a takeaway mindset in your defense. With these drills, your team will learn everything from how to jump a pass route, to how to run the edge and force a strip-sack, and more

    "If it is on the ground or in the air, it belongs to us!"

    Defensive coordinators in today's game must know that modern offenses are designed to score a lot of points quickly. To defend against today's offensive attacks, defenses need to eliminate an opponent's scoring opportunities through takeaways. Coach London demonstrates how to design and build a culture of creating turnovers in your defense. You'll get insight into all the best tactics for causing takeaways, including:

    • Aiming points for pass rushers to force a strip-sack
    • How to neutralize a scrambling QB
    • How to secure and strip a ball carrier

    Raise Your Players' Football IQ

    With detailed diagrams and live demonstration, Coach London shows you how to use these drills to emphasize ball disruption. You'll see many drills, including:

    • Take-off and Angle Drills
    • 3 Man Interception Drill
    • Scoop and Score Drill

    Every defensive coordinator needs this video in their library! With the drills provided by Coach London, any defense can become a turnover machine, create momentum and score more points in the seasons ahead!

    48 minutes. 2020.


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