Youth Football

Developing a Solid Offensive Line

Youth Football

The offensive line is the most neglected and poorly coached position in youth football. Most coaches focus on their stud running back or quarterback and overlook the importance of the offensive line. There is no offense that does not require blocking and your "perfect" offense will not work without it. Since offensive line play is poorly taught and coached at the youth level, it is a great area to gain an advantage on your opponents. Read More....



Principles of a Sound Defense

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Developing a sound defense is a key element for youth football success. Youth football defense is not about scheme, it is understanding and teaching the basic principles of defense. There are three basic principles that apply to any youth defense (6-2, 5-3, 4-4, or any other variation) and they are the building blocks of a great defense. Read More....



Evaluating Game Film

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Game film can be a very useful tool for coaching youth football. It can be used to evaluate your team, scout an opponent, and it can be a great teaching teaching tool. If you do not use film properly, you can spend a lot of time evaluating the film and get very little results. Make sure you are using game film for the maximum effectiveness without spending a ton of time doing it.. Read More....