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4:15pm Start Practice – Team Stretch Dynamic Warm 4:30 Defensive Drill Work – Also Install Schemes Individually.Linemen: Exploding from 4pt. Stance (move on ball only), Rip & Swim Moves, GrassGrabbing for Double-Teams and Taking on Lead Blockers.Backs and Ends: Alignment, First Steps at Snap, Who/How to Read, Containment, Blitzes,Pass Responsibilities and Taking on Lead Blockers.5:00 Offensive Drill Work – Also Install Schemes or Plays Individually.Linemen: Foot fire Progression, Wedge Progression, Down, Trap, Kick-out & Double-TeamBlocks, Pulling and Sealing.Backs: Formations, Motion, Play Calls, Ball Carrying, Ball Fakes, Kick-out, Downfield &Down Block, Giving and Receiving Handoffs.5:15 Offense, Defense or Special Team Time – Team Install5:45 Flex Period –Do whatever we need to fix or improve and after team competition activities5:55 Coach’s Talk 6:00 Coaches MeetingPositives and negatives of practice & suggestions for tomorrow.Punishment for tardy or misbehaving players: Rolling, Up down every 5 yardsPLAYS AND SETS DRAWN UP
Basic Coverages of Cover 2 & Cover 3COACHING RESPONSIBITIES
Offensive Staff Responsibilities & ExpectationsCommunication to players – Personnel by formationDetermine Opponent’s Defense -Fronts & CoveragesUnpredictabilityUnderstanding Opponents WeaknessTendencies – must understand our own offense to be successfulDefensive Staff Responsibilities & Expectations Create and establish the intensity of how the upcoming practices will be for the upcominggame. This will be done through the practices and drills that are administered during the week. Establish rules for player to follow to put defensive players in the best possible position to make a play. Players are expected to know roles, techniques and to most importantly WIN THE DAY!!!Watch all opponent’s game film and break play by play based on tendencies Create scouting reports based on film to give to each play so they can study itPlace planning- communicate with staff the needs for the week by positions groupsSpecial Teams Staff Responsibilities & ExpectationsResponsible for creating formations and plays for each of the five specials teams consisting of Kick off, Kick off return, Field goal/ PAT, Punt, and Punt Return. Look for players off of the roster that will exhibit the “want to” type of attitude to be able to beat the guy in front of them at any time to be able to help their team win. These are the most important phases of the game in controlling field position, time management and most importantly, changing the outcome of the game in a single play. Coaches must work hard to have these teams operate with a hitch and to at the end of the day give the offense or defense make things happen.