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    with Rick Stewart, former Porterville (CA) High School Head Coach.
    Took three losing programs to playoffs. Led Porterville to four straight playoff appearances, back-to-back section championship appearances.

    Rick Stewart reveals his plan for everything a coach will need to build a championship program - from player discipline, practice formats, and fund raising ideas to improving relations within the school and in the community.

    In this video, Coach Stewart clearly demonstrates why it is important for coaches to "shift from X's and O's to psychology."

    Coach Stewart delivers a vast amount of football knowledge pertaining to running a football program. He explains how psychology and working with players, parents and all stakeholders is the key to building a great football program. The blueprint to a championship program is a process that builds upon player development and less on coaching X's and O's. There are three phases to Coach Stewart's plan:

    • See It - Paint a vision for your players, coaches, and community.
    • Believe It - Once everyone believes, it's time to build the program.
    • Achieve It - Take it to the field; learn to hate to lose and compete in everything, which will help your players learn how to win.
    Coach Stewart goes into detail about steps any coach can take to get through these phases with their players. He covers:
    • How you deal with a summer program when you first take over as the coach.
    • What he expects from his staff and the importance of the staff being positive role models for the players.
    • The importance of instilling discipline into a program - even if you meet some initial resistance.
    • How to gain trust and support in the most difficult circumstances.
    • How to handle difficult parents.
    • How to establish a communication plan that keeps everyone aware of what is going on with the program.
    • How to develop an alumni database to help with fundraisers and events.
    • Ways to include the school faculty in your program.
    • And many more!
    Coach Stewart gives a monthly calendar that will give you a good idea of how to organize an entire year for your football program.

    This video is full of information and ideas for any coach who wants to catapult his program to the championship level!

    99 minutes. 2013.


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    with Brad Salem,
    Michigan State Univeristy Running Backs Coach

    Brad Salem delivers a comprehensive overview of the running back position, which he follows with a full slate of unique drills to maximize the performance of these athletes.

    A former head coach at Augustana College where he took his teams to back-to-back bowl games, Salem shows you how to develop aggressive, physical, hard-playing running backs.

    Learn how to create quickness with a series of drills that challenge and train players to use moves that will help them evade defenders. Discover how to minimize turnovers by establishing ball security.

    Using video clips from practice, Coach Salem teaches the importance of assignment, execution and finishing forward on every play. By understanding the entire play and all of the concepts within it, Coach Salem believes that running backs will play faster and more efficiently. All-important concepts like knowing the proper first step, aiming point and how to read your blockers are taught on all running schemes.

    Drills to develop these skills are broken down into:

    • Ball security drills
    • Bag drills
    • Cone drills
    • Line drills
    As an added bonus, Coach Salem shares video clips to illustrate the power, counter, flip, inside zone and outside zone and the running back responsibilities associated with them.

    This DVD is an excellent choice for coaches and players of any level. Order now and develop dynamic foot action, explosive jump cuts and powerful blocking skills!

    79 minutes. 2011.


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    with Ron Burton,
    Michigan State University Assistant Coach/Defensive Line,
    former defensive line coach at Air Force and Grand Valley State during the Lakers' 2002 NCAA Division II National Championship run, played four years in the NFL

    Ron Burton explores the most important aspects of defensive line play. Through years of playing and coaching experience Coach Burton presents various aspects of the defensive line that will make each one of your players successful.

    Coach begins with the basics of the defensive line and the importance of being a very disciplined player. He details all of the basics he feels are the most vital for guaranteed success - exploring essential philosophy, stance, and how to get off the ball in an explosive manner.

    With over 20 drills, Coach Burton exhibits various progressions between drills and how they are all building together to produce the most complete defensive lineman. Burton shows various techniques in these drills in order to contain and stop the most prolific offenses that are being showcased today at every level of football.

    Coach begins with various chute drills to get off the ball explosively when talking about his six point and three point explosion. You'll see in order to get off the ball, utilize quick hands, and escape various blocks. His fit escape drill focuses on teaching players how to get out of negative positions and back into their gaps. Burton also provides a drill designed to help lineman fight through double teams while maintaining gap integrity. As more offenses implement and expand their screen games his half hoop drills is designed to help defensive lineman recover and make plays.

    As an extension of his beginning explosion drills, Coach Burton goes through his bridge explosion series to help get off blocks easier and explode trough them to the ball carrier. He continues to demonstrate technique drills for your five technique defensive line players, and then extends to hand escapes in this technique for pass rush.

    With practice times being so valuable today, Coach Burton shares his D-Line medley drills in order to adapt to time restrictions. He ends with game footage to show how all of these drills and techniques apply in a game situation.

    Coach Burton's presentation will help your defensive line explode this season and wreak havoc upon your opponents. The technical skills and drills displayed are essential and a must have for your collection.

    60 minutes. 2014.


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    FD-03650A: with Ed Warinner,
    Ohio State University Assistant Coach;
    former University of Notre Dame Offensive Line Coach;
    With 26 years of coaching experience Coach Warinner has led offensive line units at Army, Air Force (led the nation in rushing in 2002), Kansas (second in the nation in scoring in 2007), and Illinois (led the Big Ten in rushing in 2006).

    Maximize the explosiveness of your spread offense with superior run blocking fundamentals.

    Ed Warinner delivers the fundamental drill progressions that have proven successful everywhere he's coached: Army, Air Force, Illinois, Kansas and now Notre Dame. These fundamentals and progressions provide key techniques for athletes and coaches at every level; from peewee ball up to the college level.

    Warinner teaches and demonstrates:

    • Board and chute progressions
    • Warm up bag drills
    • Stance, punch, fit position and angle blocking fundamentals
    • Base reach technique
    • Combination blocking
    • Cut blocking
    • And more!

    He explains and demonstrates how these blocking techniques should look at the first level and the second level.

    Warinner incorporates on-field demonstration, practice video and marker board into his presentation. The on-field demos are an excellent tool your athletes can use to model their technique. As a coach, you will see how these drills are used in a practice setting with a large group of athletes.

    Warinner's approach, fundamentals and techniques will provide you and your team the tools you need to run the ball effectively out of any spread offense.

    55 minutes. 2010.



    FD-03650B: with Ed Warinner,
    Ohio State University Assistant Coach;
    former University of Notre Dame Offensive Line Coach;
    With 26 years of coaching experience Coach Warinner has led offensive line units at Army, Air Force (led the nation in rushing in 2002), Kansas (second in the nation in scoring in 2007), and Illinois (led the Big Ten in rushing in 2006).

    Ed Warinner presents a very detailed and thorough instructional video that will help your lineman become better pass blockers.

    Beginning with stance fundamentals, Warinner coaches and teaches his way through:

    • Pass blocking fundamentals
    • Footwork
    • Hand work
    • Blitz protection
    • Slide protection
    • Sprint out protection
    • Vertical sets
    • And much more!

    Using the combat zone system, he shows why moving the defense outside and over the quarterback is essential for keeping the defense out of the quarterback's "launch zone" and creating throwing lanes underneath.

    Descriptions and drills showing the significance of the post foot and kick foot positions are a key instrument to ensure your linemen stay square and force the defender to the outside. Other points of emphasis in Warinner's drills include proper steps, punch placement and blow delivery, defeating the spin move and passing off a defender in a twist move.

    Every drill shown can be used every week during the season, as well as in the off season to keep your quarterback on his feet and healthy.

    Warinner also touches on a unique weight room session that shows how the drills used during practice are also effective weight training workouts.

    Warinner does a fantastic job of incorporating video, on-field demonstration and the whiteboard into his presentation to give you a specific and thorough understanding of his spread passing game concepts. His drills will help you fine tune blocking assignments for the spread pass game versus different defensive fronts and blitzes you will see on the field.

    This pass blocking approach has been very successful for Warinner, producing some of the most effective offenses in recent college football.

    60 minutes. 2010.




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    with Philip Montgomery, University of Tulsa Head Coach;
    former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach; 2013 Big 12 Champions;
    2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year (FootballScoop); coach of Bryce Petty, Big 12 Player of the Year; Robert Griffin III, Heisman Trophy winner; Nick Florence, All American; Kevin Kolb, Conference USA MVP; and Houston standout Case Keenum

    The two most important aspects of a balanced offense are the quarterback and the running back. In this presentation, former Baylor Offensive Coordinator and 2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year Philip Montgomery shares specific drills to develop your running back. Reinforcing the concept that "you have to be able to apply your drills to what you are doing on the field," he teaches each drill and then uses game film to demonstrate how each drill shows up in a game.

    Running Back Technique & Drills:

    Coach Montgomery begins by working the mesh of the running back and quarterback. The mesh is the most fundamental component of the Baylor running attack. Everything is built from this foundation. Stressing specific steps and angles, he still leaves room for differing types of running backs. Using chutes, bags and personnel, he creates a game-like situation that can be controlled and critiqued in all phases. Uncomplicated drills are used as learning exercises to help running backs improve and develop their techniques.

    After working the mesh, Coach Montgomery focuses on lowering the running back's pads and defining their footwork. These drills teach running backs to stay square before they make their cut. The longer the running backs stay square, the longer linebackers have to wait before they can commit to the gap. Using game simulation drills, Coach Montgomery develops the running back's technique by isolating each segment of the play so that it can be controlled and critiqued.

    Properly defined techniques allow you to focus on what is necessary in this offense for running backs. This allows you to personalize and individualize drills needed to improve defined segments of the running backs' game.

    Play Action Passing:
    Help your run game succeed by keeping the defense honest and off-balance using Coach Montgomery's boots and "nakeds." Coach Montgomery uses game film to showcase play action out of the spread and eleven personnel with tight ends on the field. When a style of play or philosophy is broken down as thoroughly as it is in this presentation, it becomes easy to emulate the final product. This method of working with running backs is one you'll use again and again. It solves many problems regarding height of pads, mesh, power and making only one cut.

    Produced at the 2014 Dallas-Fort Worth Red River Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    53 minutes. 2015.


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    with Pat Narduzzi, University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;
    former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions;
    Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationallyin 2012 for Rush Defense

    Pat Narduzzi has elevated Michigan State's defense to one of the top run-stopping units in the country. Using their base over defense, Michigan State's defense allowed only one 100-yard rusher the entire 2010 season.

    In this DVD, Narduzzi outlines his philosophy and principles for stopping the run by using a simple base defense. His "chalkboard" discussion shows how to keep it simple, which allows the defense to play fast and physical.

    He demonstrates how using the over front gets nine men in the box, allows linebackers to run to the ball, and easily adjusts to any offensive scheme. With simple front adjustments, your opponent's favorite run plays can be stuffed at the line of scrimmage.

    Narduzzi uses game footage to show how Michigan State's defense "builds a wall" at the line of scrimmage to stop the run. The sideline and end zone clips give you a great visual of how this defense allows for aggressive play while maintaining gap integrity.

    The 4-3 over defense presented by Coach Narduzzi is sound against any scheme, easy to learn, and will no doubt allow your defense to play fast and physical.

    82 minutes. 2011.


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    FD-04575A: with Bryan Miller,
    Oregon State University Football Strength and Conditioning Coach;
    (CSCS), a sports conditioning specialist and a Level I Club Coach (U.S. Weightlifting)

    In this clinic lecture, Bryan Miller provides a content rich summer conditioning training blueprint that will yield amazing results and improve the athleticism of your players. You'll learn:

    • How to prepare your athletes to be their best when it counts using the concept of "non-programmed drills" that are similar to game-day movements
    • conditioning drills that create explosive football players and the proper way to use them to get the best results
    • physically and mentally challenging drills that will bond your athletes into a unified team
    • a four-day conditioning program that will get your players into the best shape of their lives

    Coach Miller begins by breaking down his overall training philosophy and sharing how he sets expectations for his athletes each season. He shares his philosophy of applying and absorbing force as the main concept behind developing football players who can build and maintain physical attributes. Coach Miller gives an overview of what he expects and executes during an off-season program.

    The OSU summer program uses linear and lateral plyometrics on Day 1 to create and develop sprinting speed. You'll see video of each drill in a progression that advances from demanding drills to sprint development. Day 2 is an anaerobic conditioning day designed to increase the athlete's recovery rate from specific conditioning of 100-yard tempo runs, backward running as well as medicine ball throws. Day 3 incorporates lateral plyometrics as well as the 300-yard shuttle and medicine ball tempo runs. On Day 4, athletes are taken through high-threshold, non-programmed training to duplicate game-like movements.

    A rigorous, effective strength and conditioning program is vital for continued success. This video will help your players reach an ultimate level of performance. Coach Miller's summer conditioning program will reduce injuries and get your athletes playing at a much higher level simply by being in better shape than their competition.

    Produced at the 2013 Portland Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    56 minutes. 2014.



    FD-04575B: with Bryan Miller,
    Oregon State University Football Strength and Conditioning Coach;
    (CSCS), a sports conditioning specialist and a Level I Club Coach (U.S. Weightlifting)

    There's truth to the mantra that successful football teams are built in the off-season. Developing bigger, faster and strong players is the key to success year after year.

    In this clinic talk, Bryan Miller shares steps to take in the off-season to increase your players' speed and agility. Coach Miller shares strategies

  • that can be easily implemented into your speed and agility workout, including:
    • how to analyze, apply and adapt every workout for every player
    • how to develop speed and agility with a year-round training cycle
    • strength exercises, Olympic lifts and plyometrics for increasing speed
    • proper sequencing of drills within speed and agility workouts

    Using video footage, Coach Miller breaks down his warm-up activity showing the mechanics and importance of each movement.

    In the speed development segment, Coach Miller teaches drills that can develop a quick first step. He discusses technique and vital movements needed to elevate your athletes' speed. Coach Miller's speed development is based on squatting, bounding, heel-to-butt running, sprinting and getting lean. He shares 12 lifts and six plyometric drills for creating speed, constantly stressing quality of movement over quantity. His yearly training cycle shows how to condition athletes from season to season, taking the guesswork out of developing a quality training program.

    Here's your chance to create a faster, more agile team. This easy-to-follow development program will help any coach push their athletes to the next level of play.

    Produced at the 2013 Portland Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    57 minutes. 2014.




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    FD-03780A: with Aaron Hafner,
    William Penn University Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach;
    2010 Midwest League Champions;
    2008 Midwest League Assistant Coach of the Year

    William Penn has excelled in running the football by using the flexbone option offense. In 2010, the Statemen set the NAIA single season record for rushing yards (4,476) and yards per rush (6.9).

    In this DVD, Aaron Hafner shows you don't have to have the biggest offensive lineman or an electric wide receiver to rack up yards when running this spread option offense. Coach Hafner teaches you how to attack any defense using the flexbone option. With this Georgia Tech-style offense, you can use multiple personnel, motions and formations to stress the defense.

    Hafner provides a detailed, position-by-position breakdown of the footwork, reads and blocking assignments for the five key plays in this spread option offense: Midline Option, the A gap play; the Inside Veer, the B gap play; the Outside Veer, the C gap play; the Counter Option, the D gap with the counter option; and the edge with the rocket sweep.

    Hafner talks through wide and end zone game clips of the spread option run game pointing out key coaching points and techniques to make this offense successful.

    Learn how to block these plays versus 50 fronts, 3-3 fronts and any other looks the defense may give you.

    This offense gives you the ability to make your best athletes a threat on every play and gives you a "small playbook" with many options off of each play!

    147 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03780B: with Todd Hafner,
    William Penn University Head Coach;
    2010 Midwest League Champions;
    2x Midwest League Coach of the Year (2010, '08)

    Every good option game needs a passing scheme to compliment it . Todd Hafner coaches you through video cut ups on how to best attack the defense with the spread option passing attack.

    This passing system is simple to allow you more time to develop your run game. The reads for the quarterback and blocking assignments for the line are made easy. Coach Hafner details the philosophy behind each play, as well as a position-by-position break down on footwork, reads, assignments and protections for each concept.

    You will see three main concepts in the William Penn passing game:

    • Quick Game - A great way to beat the blitz with the passing game using a 3-step drop with quick breaking routes. The quick read allows the QB to make a throw before the defender can read the pass. Works anywhere on the field - even the red zone.
    • Play Action Pass - See two options based on the Inside veer action: inside veer drop back and inside veer sprint out. This action opens the entire field open for the receivers to stretch the field. The sprint out option gives you a quick option to pick on bailing corners or a deep attack for aggressive corners.
    • Sprint Out - A true sprint out from the center gets the QB to the edge two receiver route. This scheme gives you an option if you are down late in a game or in 2-minute situations. Provides easy reads for your QB because the key reads are all on one half of the field.
    If you run the flexbone option this passing game is a must to complement the five run plays that you utilize. Coach Hafner does a wonderful job presenting this information in a manner that is easy to understand and could be installed in your offense immediately at any level.

    131 minutes. 2011.




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    with David Cutcliffe, Duke University Head Coach;
    2012 ACC Coach of the Year; Coached Peyton Manning at Tennessee and Eli Manning at Ole Miss

    Having coached both Peyton and Eli Manning at the college and professional level, David Cutcliffe has a proven record of developing a championship quarterback. In this Nike Clinic lecture, Coach Cutcliffe gives an in-depth look at how to build a quarterback.

    He begins by talking about how to build a quarterback from the "neck up," listing the traits and requirements he has had for every quarterback he has worked with. The same position rules that great players like Peyton Manning have taken to heart are explained in detail. He goes into depth in talking the mental side, with the most important being leadership and command of a team.

    He then begins talking about the "neck down." Coach goes over the daily quarterback drills he has used over several eras and shows the exact same techniques from various quarterbacks over that time period. While the drills at first seem similar to common quarterback drills, Coach Cutcliffe has a great number of teaching points and details that emphasizes with his players.He gives both video of on field footwork fundamentals performed by Super Bowl MVP Peyton Manning. He uses Peyton's comeback to football to guide his talk about footwork and building a quarterback from the ground up with Peyton's comeback.

    The end of this DVD he shows shows game film of several plays he has used throughout his career, talking through the quarterback fundamentals and how they relate to the different plays. The exact footwork and focus that he discusses is seen with every quarterback he has worked with.

    Produced at the 2013 Denver (CO) Nike Coach of the Year Clinic

    69 minutes. 2013.


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    with Will Muschamp, University of Florida Head Coach;

    In great detail using PowerPoint slides and film, Will Muschamp covers every aspect of playing great secondary coverage. For example, he shares a "T" step that allows the defender to put his cleats into the ground and break on balls quickly. But first, a defender must understand the concept of being "in faze" with the receiver and the defensive back must learn how to be the receivers' eyes and hands when he is "out of faze." These are important concepts that Coach Muschamp covers.

    Playing off of blocks is emphasized and Coach Muschamp shares a perimeter drill that teaches the defensive backs to attack the receiver and run through the ball carrier with the near leg and near shoulder. Four different drills are shown in his tackling progression before Coach Muschamp details the use of the Angle and Pad Tackling Drills.

    Using game and practice footage, Coach Muschamp discusses the "Rip and Liz" calls used when defending 2-by-2 formations, as well as the importance of reading the number two receiver in the secondary. Next, he tells how to defend 3-by-1 sets using the "Skate" call.

    All coaches will benefit from the experience of an SEC coach who teaches fundamentals and hard work in this presentation.

    Produced at the 2014 Louisville Nike Coach of the Year clinic.

    75 minutes. 2014.


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    FD-03790A: with Blair Hubbard, Lutheran (CO) High School Head Coach;
    former Faith Christian High School (CO) Head Coach; 3x State Champions (2004, 2006, 2009);
    10 Consecutive League Championships (2005-14), All Colorado Coach of the Year (2004); Member of the Metropolitan League Hall of Fame (2010)

    In the first DVD of the Gun Rocket Series, Blair Hubbard teaches you the basics of an offense that has maintained a scoring average of over 37 points a game, 4700 yards of offense per season, and has led to a record of 58-5 from 2006-10 including two undefeated championship seasons.

    Coach Hubbard teaches the rocket sweep from a shotgun set and shows very simple, unique techniques for building an offensive series around the Gun Rocket Sweep. These techniques allow all of the complementary plays associated with an under center rocket sweep series to be used from a shotgun set.

    Whether you are a spread team, gun-power team, spinner series team, or hybrid wing-t team, you will see the benefits associated with utilizing the rocket sweep out of a shotgun set.

    This DVD includes:

    • Diagrams and adjustments for the rocket sweep
    • Offensive position numbering and terminology
    • A formation system allowing for over 5,000 different looks
    • Motions and pre-snap shifts
    • Play calling system
    • 10 creative uses for wristbands including lineman rules wristbands
    • and much more!
    See how the rocket sweep from the gun actually hits the perimeter faster than the fly-sweep. This puts a great amount of stress on a defense to get defenders to the point of attack without weakening themselves in other areas.

    The gun fly-sweep and gun jet-sweep has given shotgun-based teams an opportunity to get the ball in the hands of their athletes and attack the perimeter of the defense.

    No matter what type of gun-based offense you run, the rocket sweep will make your offense more productive.

    93 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03790B: with Blair Hubbard, Lutheran (CO) High School Head Coach;
    former Faith Christian High School (CO) Head Coach; 3x State Champions (2004, 2006, 2009);
    10 Consecutive League Championships (2005-14), All Colorado Coach of the Year (2004); Member of the Metropolitan League Hall of Fame (2010)

    After establishing the gun rocket sweep in the first DVD of the Gun Rocket Series, Blair Hubbard shows you how the dynamic effect of the rocket sweep affects a defense in other areas.

    Once a defense starts to lean, run, shift, and adjust to the rocket sweep, they will weaken themselves in other areas. The first area to attack when defenses attempt to chase down the rocket sweep is the off-tackle area.

    Coach Hubbard starts with examples of the rocket sweep and shows how the reaction of defenders makes them vulnerable to being attacked. Due to the unique backfield mechanics of the Gun Rocket Offense, you will see how traditional rocket sweep complements from under center can be applied to a gun-based offense.

    Hubbard breaks down three plays to attack the off-tackle area: Power, Down, and Speed Option. He details the blocking schemes against odd and even fronts and shows them to the strong and weak side.

    You will also learn how to adjust these plays to feature an athletic, running quarterback or insert a "wild cat" athlete and take advantage of the formation opportunities available when going empty. Utilizing a running QB allows you to spread a defense with empty formations or take advantage of what Hubbard calls bonus offensive players.

    The addition of Speed Option to the off-tackle attack forces defenses to play assignment football and becomes the change-up to the rocket sweep's fastball. Hubbard shows you how he makes the Speed Option a three-way play: QB power, QB sweep, or a pitch to the motion man.

    Hubbard includes many film examples of each off-tackle play, which makes it easier for you to break down the nuances of each play.

    Discover effective counters to defensive adjustments with these off-tackle compliments for the gun rocket offense!

    66 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03790C: with Blair Hubbard, Lutheran (CO) High School Head Coach;
    former Faith Christian High School (CO) Head Coach; 3x State Champions (2004, 2006, 2009);
    10 Consecutive League Championships (2005-14), All Colorado Coach of the Year (2004); Member of the Metropolitan League Hall of Fame (2010)

    Once the rocket sweep and off-tackle complements have been established, it's time to attack inside and with misdirection to take advantage of overly aggressive defensive players who are trying to run to the rocket sweep.

    Due to the speed at which the rocket sweep hits, defenses are forced to run and rally to the perimeter to stop the sweep. When teams start to do that, they become vulnerable to the inside game and misdirection. Blair Hubbard gives you rocket sweep examples, identifies the reactions of the inside and backside defenders and shows you when it's time to attack inside and with misdirection.

    The backfield mechanics of this offense make it easy to attack inside with trap and gut and attack the backside with counters. This DVD includes:

    • Diagrams of Trap vs an even and odd front
    • Diagrams of Gut vs an even and odd front
    • Diagrams of Counter vs an even and odd front
    Hubbard will also show you how to take advantage of a running threat at QB or a "wild cat" athlete by going empty and adapting these inside complements and counters to an empty set. Utilizing a running QB allows you to spread a defense with empty formations or take advantage of what Hubbard calls bonus offensive players.

    Hubbard includes many film examples of each off-tackle play, which makes it easier for you to break down the nuances of each play.

    61 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03790D: with Blair Hubbard, Lutheran (CO) High School Head Coach;
    former Faith Christian High School (CO) Head Coach; 3x State Champions (2004, 2006, 2009);
    10 Consecutive League Championships (2005-14), All Colorado Coach of the Year (2004); Member of the Metropolitan League Hall of Fame (2010)

    The Gun Rocket Offense has been extremely effective and efficient over the past five seasons averaging 18 TD passes per season and surrendering less than seven interceptions and seven sacks per season.

    In order to defend the rocket sweep, defenses are forced to make adjustments to their normal defense. Often those adjustments come from the defensive backfield through aligning safeties close to the line of scrimmage or rotating the defensive backfield with motion. Through film breakdowns and detailed descriptions, Blair Hubbard will show you how and where to attack these adjustments.

    This DVD includes:

    • Quick Passing Game
    • Rocket Sweep Play Action Passing
    • Boot Pass Game
    • Sprint Out Passing Game
    • Screen Game
    You will see how even the quick passing game becomes a play action pass due to the rocket motion and its effect on the defense.

    Not only will you learn how and where to attack with the quick passing game, but you will learn the play action passing game and screen game that has been developed around the gun rocket sweep action.

    When the defense adjusts to your sweep, make them pay with the pass!

    65 minutes. 2011.




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    with Pat Narduzzi, University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;
    former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions;
    Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationallyin 2012 for Rush Defense

    Pat Narduzzi has produced some of the nation's top defenses and has wreaked havoc on the Big Ten the past two seasons. In this excellent DVD, Coach Narduzzi takes you through the Spartan 4-3 Defense and stunts that have made his team and players some of the most successful in the country.

    Coach begins by explaining his base alignments and techniques that are used within his 4-3 defense at MSU. Using game footage, coach will go through the assignments of his defenders vs. various offensive formations and the adjustments made in order to keep a balance and effective defense. You'll also see game footage of the Spartan Over G front, base rules, and adjustments.

    Coaches will find the simplicity and effectiveness of his approach valuable. He uses stunts from both the call side and rush end to reduce the strength of offenses that like to run off tackle, to their tight end, inside or outside zone.

    Pat Narduzzi provides you with an all access look into one of the most successful defenses year in and year out. Implement the Spartan 4-3 and the line movements and adjustments that separate it from the rest.

    83 minutes. 2014.


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    FD-04271A: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Coach Stewart uses a power point presentation before showing you practice and game video of his dynamic Pistol Wing-T offense shredding the 4-3 defense. The key in defeating the 4-3 defense is the ability to run the ball from the inside out and putting the safeties in conflict: "Is it run or pass?"

    Coach Stewart provides a very detailed plan for attacking the 4-3 defense beginning with off season scouting up to and including your next game. He explains how to scout your opponent from the previous season by identifying returning players and then creating a reaction diagram for each play. Reaction diagrams will help coaches understand who is reading running backs versus linemen. It will also pinpoint alley players and show how safeties are responding to motion and formation alignments. The need for "if then" statements is covered so you can call plays and make game time adjustments effectively.

    The Pistol Wing-T allows for a multiple formation attack to force the defense to declare their gap assignments and pass zones. To start the game, Coach Stewart likes to attack the defense from the inside. Coach Stewart explains the G Trap, Gut, Tackle Trap, and Midline, describing when and where to attack the defense. You'll see the best way to gain an advantage on bigger defensive tackles. You'll also learn how to attack the off-tackle hole with various motions and formations, including the G Lead, GT, and Crisscross series.

    The 4-3 Defense leaves the flats vulnerable in the Cover 4, so Stewart shows how to take advantage with a variety of sweeps, screens and options. Coaches will find his seven man alignment diagrams useful in deciding whether to initially attack the middle, off tackle or flank of a defense.

    The Pistol Wing-T passing game attacks the various coverages and provides for big play potential when the defense over-commits to stop the high powered running game.

    This DVD takes the traditional Wing-T to a whole new level, coaches at all levels will benefit from Coach Stewart's insight on attacking the 4-3 defense with the Wing-T Pistol Offense.

    100 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04271B: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    If you have struggled to move the ball against the 4-2 and 4-4 defenses, help is on the way! Rick Stewart gives you an attack plan that will allow your team to light up the scoreboard and attack the defense with both the run and the pass.

    Starting before the season even begins, Coach Stewart shares his out of season scouting procedure and discusses why it is important to understand how teams are going to defend your offense. This gives you time to plan your attack for each team on your schedule. He also goes over the basics of his Pistol Wing-T offense, describing his terminology and the number system he uses.

    Moving to strategy, Coach Stewart shows you an effective way to identify the front of the 4-4 and 4-2-5 defenses. Stewart attacks the 4-2/4-4 defense off tackle first, as he runs at the defensive end and determines his technique. If the end flies up field, you can run the Down, G-Lead and Belly Counter. If the defensive end squeezes and the Outside Backer is reading, the Buck Sweep, Inside and Outside Veer are available options. Stewart covers each possible defensive technique and how he attacks it.

    Learn how to attack the flank and how to put the number 4 defender in "conflict." The OLB has to defend the alley and defend the flats. By attacking his assignment with motions and play actions he is in constant conflict. When the middle softens up, you can attack it with the 32 G, the 34 Veer, Option, Fly Sweep, Belly Pass and Down Pass.

    Coach Stewart includes his passing game and shows you how he attacks Cover 3, Roll Cover 2 and man-to-man. You'll see a sprint package that gets your QB on the edge with the option to run or pass the ball.

    You can combine play action passing and the sprint passing game to attack the defensive zones covered by the OLB and corners or the corners and free safety. You will see each play diagrammed by Stewart along with practice and game footage.

    As a bonus, Stewart shares his screens and wrap around draw play rounding out an incredible offensive package!

    This is a proven system that Stewart has used to turn around three different high school programs. Use his knowledge and create an offensive system that has an answer for every defensive adjustment.

    124 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04271C: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Rick Stewart gives you a blueprint for defeating the 3-3 defense with the Pistol Wing-T offense.

    Wing-T coaches have often struggled versus this defense due to the number of defenders lined up between the offenses tackles. Coach Stewart explains several base alignments you can use against this defense and how you can force the defense to change their alignment by attacking different parts of the field.

    The playbook is very similar to the traditional Wing-T, but with the quarterback off the line of scrimmage, the offense presents additional challenges to any defense. Stewart holds nothing back as he presents his concepts on reading defenses and calling plays.

    Coach Stewart uses a count system to identify which defenders he will put in conflict. The system used to count and identify each member of the defense will help you decide whether to attack the middle, off tackle or flank of this defense. He diagrams how the eight defenders at Level 1 and 3 typically line up and how to use this information to your advantage. Coach Stewart offers a four part plan for attacking the eight man front.

    Coach Stewart explains that you must attack the flanks of the defense early in the game. He describes the formations to use to spread the defense that will create problems for this defense - and how to exploit it. You will see live footage of the Pistol Wing-T and how the entire offense ties together creating a balanced attack.

    Stewart uses the option game, Buck Sweep, and the Down and G Belly passes to attack the flank of the defense. The off tackle hole is attacked with the Outside Veer, Down, Buck Down, and the 36 G Lead. When the defense moves outside, you can attack the middle. You'll also see plays to run when the defense is chasing your motion back, which will open up other parts of your offense.

    Coach Stewart will make you think about the way you call plays and help you design your offensive scheme so it will attack the weakness not the strength of the defense.

    113 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04271D: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Rick Stewart combines traditional Wing-T concepts with new strategies to create the unique Pistol Wing-T. Coach Stewart details the innovative Pistol Wing-T Offense and shows you where the 7 man front defense is vulnerable - and how to exploit it.

    Discover where to attack and when to attack certain areas of the 5-2 defense. Stewart shows you how to attack the flanks of the defense and how to use formations to force defense to adjust to you.

    To be successful, you will need to put the safety in conflict. To do that, Stewart covers the Belly Option, Belly Pass, G Sweep, Fly Sweep, and down pass. Force your opponent to adjust to you using the Outside Veer, the Down, and the G Lead. All of these plays are explained with power point and on the field.

    Once you have forced the defense to adjust to your flank and off-tackle attack, Coach Stewart shows you how to attack the middle of the defense.

    When the safeties come down too quickly it opens up the play action passing game. Stewart employs the sprint passing game with play action and drop-back passing to attack the two safety look. As a bonus he shares his thoughts on attacking chase motion and the use of trick plays in attacking the 3-4/5-2 defense. If you are currently running the Wing-T or have to defend someone running it, this video is a must.

    The bonus side of the passing attack is that lineman don't have to learn a complex set of rules or techniques in the Pistol Wing-T passing game. Stewart explains the Trap, On, Belly, Belly Wham and the Veer to the tight end and away from the tight end. Plus a few wrinkles on how to run the option.

    This season, attack the 3-4 and 5-2 with confidence!

    111 minutes. 2013.




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    with Pat Narduzzi, University of Pittsburgh Head Coach;
    former Michigan State University Defensive Coordinator; 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions;
    Michigan State Ranked #1 in the Big Ten and #8 nationallyin 2012 for Rush Defense

    In 2010, Pat Narduzzi's ball hawking defense recorded 17 interceptions, its' highest total since 2004. Their entire secondary received All Big-Ten recognition. Coach Narduzzi's defenses are almost always nationally recognized for their excellence. Like Coach Bear Bryant said, "Offense sells tickets, but defense wins championships."

    In this DVD, Narduzzi presents the philosophies, principles and alignments for the 4-3 Cover 4 Defense. Now your defense can improve its pass coverage the same way Narduzzi elevated Michigan State's defense to one of the top units in the country ranking 23rd in the nation for Turnovers & Takeaways. Utilizing Cover 4 and aggressive player techniques has allowed Michigan State to become one of the conference's top defenses.

    Using high quality game footage, Narduzzi teaches how to utilize Cover 4 versus a variety of formations and passing concepts. This video is a great learning tool for the intermediate to advanced level coach who wants to improve their 4-3 defenses pass coverage scheme.

    Michigan State's 4-3 Cover 4 begins with corner play. Narduzzi's corners use press coverage which is unique in Cover 4. Intense press coverage will force opposing receivers into bubble releases, inconsistent routes, slow routes and will foster aggressive play by your defense. Safety and linebacker play are also covered extensively prior to coach reviewing Michigan State game film.

    Gain valuable insight into coverage rules, fundamentals, keys, adjustments, and philosophies of the 4-3 over quarters coverage. Not only does Narduzzi cover a multitude of concepts, more importantly he explains why he believes so strongly in his defensive system. Narduzzi has carefully orchestrated this defensive system over 20 years and it has proven successful at every coaching stop along the way.

    Get inside the mind of a defensive genius. Order now and learn how you can better defend the pass and turn your defense into a championship defense. 79 minutes. 2011.


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    with Philip Montgomery, University of Tulsa Head Coach;
    former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach; 2013 Big 12 Champions;
    2013 Offensive Coordinator of the Year (FootballScoop); coach of Bryce Petty, Big 12 Player of the Year; Robert Griffin III, Heisman Trophy winner; Nick Florence, All American; Kevin Kolb, Conference USA MVP; and Houston standout Case Keenum

    Former Baylor Offensive Coordinator Philip Montgomery shares insights into a offense that has dominated college football for several years. Utilizing pace and offensive balance, Coach Montgomery's offenses have been lighting up scoreboards and racking up yards by the hundreds. In this presentation, he shares playbook-related drills to use in the step-by-step development of quarterbacks.

    Quarterback Technique & Drills
    With a balanced offense, you can ill afford to have a quarterback suffer through an off day. Coach Montgomery shows individual keys to correct performance and enable your quarterback to function at his highest potential. Learn small refinements like how to hold the ball in a way that disguises plays and makes quarterback movements more efficient.

    Starting with the quick release, Coach Montgomery shares practice drills that he uses daily to train some of the top quarterbacks in college football:

    • Feet Parallel
    • Open Stance (easy way and hard way)
    • Walk Away (easy way and hard way)
    • Back Pedal
    • Walk Forward
    • Shuffle in Pocket
    • Lateral (easy way and hard way)

    Coach Montgomery talks about eliminating steps in the quarterback's throwing motion and ensuring they are balanced when they throw the ball.

    To demonstrate how these drills translate to game day, Montgomery shows game footage of Baylor's quick passing game. Throughout each play, he teaches the key points, timing and concepts for each throw.

    Shallow Passing Game
    Coach Montgomery also shares the philosophy and detailed coaching points of the Baylor passing game. You'll see:

    • subtle adjustments that go along with the shallow crossing passing game that will help the offense create explosive plays.
    • quick screens that are a major component of the Baylor offense to stretch the defense from sideline to sideline.
    • pass concepts to attack cover 0 pressure schemes to beat the blitz.

    Regardless of the type of offense that you run Coach Montgomery's ideologies, simple rules and drills can be implemented to gain a leg up in the offense versus defense war.

    Produced at the 2014 Dallas-Fort Worth Red River Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

    71 minutes. 2015.


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    FD-03744A: with Anthony Pratley,
    former Concordia University (Ann Arbor) Offensive Coordinator;
    innovator of the Pistol Spread Option Offense

    Create mass confusion for your opponents using a variety of formations, shifts, motions, and screens out of the Pistol Spread Option Offense. Anthony Pratley delivers a unique system of offense that is easy to install and teach, yet highly effective on the field.

    In this DVD, Coach Pratley teaches the basics of the Pistol Spread Option Offense and illustrates a simple way to label and identify different formations, motions and shifts. He demonstrates how you can use different alignments and teaching progressions to force the defense defend the whole field.

    He explains how to get into formations that will place stress on the defense - like Empty and Wildcat sets - by using just one word. He highlights a variety of ways to get your best athlete the football in space and to create match-ups that will make your offense successful.

    Learn how the flexibility of this system allows you to run almost any play or style of offense without having to scrap your current system. He uses an animated PowerPoint, diagrams and game footage to make the video easy to understand and easy to teach to your players.

    Coach Pratley's system is a great way to confuse opposing defenses and very helpful in learning and designing different formations and motions.

    59 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03744B: with Anthony Pratley,
    former Concordia University (Ann Arbor) Offensive Coordinator;
    innovator of the Pistol Spread Option Offense

    When most people hear the words "Spread Option" one thing that rarely comes to mind is the Run Game. In this football DVD, Anthony Pratley demonstrates how to run the triple option run game out of the Spread Option by using the Pistol formation to create an effective rushing attack.

    The innovator of the Pistol Spread Option Offense, Coach Pratley, draws up the zone, veer, option, midline and trap against many different fronts. Then takes it a step further--he teaches you how to run the triple option on the backside of these basic plays, showing how the blocking and reads stay the same no matter what the defense gives you. He also shows a unique way to teach and recognize what kind of option needs to be run against certain defenses.

    All of these plays out of the pistol spread formation, if run correctly, will be very difficult for any defense to defend.

    The basic rules and blocking assignments make it quick and easy to teach yet highly effective on any given play. Pratley also takes you through game film after every chalk board session to really bring home the concept.

    Having a traditional option on the backside of play is like expanding your playbook three-fold, but only teaching a few basic plays.

    91 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03744C: with Anthony Pratley,
    former Concordia University (Ann Arbor) Offensive Coordinator;
    innovator of the Pistol Spread Option Offense

    Anthony Pratley delivers the new look Pistol Spread Option with a Triple Threat Run Game. This video includes the different phases of the running game including Zone Read, Jet and the Power game in the Pistol Spread Option. He also demonstrates how to use formations like the empty set and Wildcat to give the defense a variety of looks.

    Pratley walks you through the basics of the Triple Threat Run Game and dissects it into the pieces you need to implement it. He breaks down the zone blocking rules for the offensive line with easy-to-remember terms to block any defensive front. He breaks down the three types of steps lineman need to know to execute these plays, and he teaches "help calls" to modify blocking techniques through the course of a game.

    Pratley provides "tag" words to make every base play into a triple option. Pratley then discusses different ways to run the play by simply changing your read player.

    Once the zone read triple option is covered, Pratley goes over his power blocking scheme, which has very similar rules making it easy for the offensive line to remember. And of course, all of the power plays have a triple option element built into them by using the same tag words as before. So you're really only teaching two plays, with two ways to block, yet with all the tag words and lineman calls it changes your two plays into 15+ powerful running plays.

    Pratley uses an animated PowerPoint, diagrams and game footage to clearly teach each step in implementing a successful triple option run game into any offensive system.

    Defenses will have to spend time and energy preparing for what looks like an extremely diverse offense, while for your players will find it simple to understand and execute. This system can get the ball into your playmakers hands in many different ways!

    80 minutes. 2011.



    FD-03744D: with Anthony Pratley,
    former Concordia University (Ann Arbor) Offensive Coordinator;
    innovator of the Pistol Spread Option Offense

    The Option game has always lacked one major thing to make it an effective and viable come-from-behind offense--the passing game. Now Anthony Pratley shows you how to incorporate an effective passing game into the Pistol Spread Option Offense.

    Coach Pratley goes into great detail on the ins and outs of his high powered pistol offense. Using easy to remember tag phrases and simple blocking solutions for blitzing defenses, Pratley dissects the passing game into three essential pieces: the short passing game, play-action passes, and the deep passing game giving you a unique, explosive way to get the ball down the field for the big play.

    He breaks down the route combinations and illustrates how to get the defense into a look that you want using simple motions and shifts. Coach Pratley details everything from the QB footwork and reads to the route concepts and what each concept is designed to attack.

    The video teaches quarterbacks the correct reading progression and defensive keys and alignments to make simple, highly effective throws. Pratley provides keys on how and when the play action game is most effective and how to stretch the field and have a "home run" play on every passing snap.

    What makes this video unique is that it is a multiple passing attack simplified for all levels of competition. Not only does Coach Pratley illustrate his passing attack, but he also gives the read progression and blocking assignments for the offensive line and running backs to take advantage of the defenses weak points.

    He uses an animated PowerPoint, diagrams and game footage to drive home each step in implementing a successful passing game into any offensive system.

    This video is a must have for any passing offense that wants to have multiple options to effectively complement the pistol offense.

    67 minutes. 2011.




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    FD-04054A: with Drew Sanders,
    Vandegrift (TX) High School Head Coach

    With all of the formation and motion changes in today's high school football, coaches need a system that enables the defense to adjust easily. In this football DVD, Drew Sanders provides an overview of his 4-2-5 system. You will learn the why and the how for installing Sander's defensive philosophy.

    Gain an understanding of the flexibility that a 4-front defense can give you, the key advantages that a 4-2 front has over a 3-3 front or a 3-4 front when trying to contain the edge, the ability of a 4-2-5 to adjust to your opponent's shifting formations, and how transferring coverage is so easy from a base 4-2-5.

    Sanders teaches the stances for each position, the basic alignments, assignments, and keys reads. He also includes concepts you can use when installing any defense.

    Coach Sanders touches on his overall football philosophy breaking it down into seven major points and shows, "How to generate a community of all out support," by following his seven points. He provides a sample of his team's Ten Commandments (ex. You make plays by doing your job), and you will learn his 6-Point Game Plan Philosophy all based on "Hope is not a strategy."

    You'll also get a look at the weekly breakdown for the Vandegrift defensive coaching staff, how Sanders game plans each week, what he looks for in opposing offenses, and the basics of compiling a report.

    As an added bonus, the video features a player's guide to watching video thatdemonstrates how a player can benefit from knowing more about their opponent.

    This DVD provides you with a vast amount of information, not only dealing with the 4-2-5 but also the overall operation of a high school football program.

    This DVD will be a benefit to any football coach wanting to improve their program.

    65 minutes. 2012.



    FD-04054B: with Drew Sanders,
    Vandegrift (TX) High School Head Coach;

    With all of the formation and motion changes in today's high school football, coaches need a system that enables the defense to adjust easily. Here's your chance to see new drills and concepts to stifle your opponent's running game using the 4-2-5 defense. You will learn the why and the how for installing Sanders' 4-2-5 defensive philosophy that has led this brand new program from infancy to dominance in the AAAA ranks of Texas high school football."

    Drew Sanders delivers a very detail oriented chalk talk on each position and then provides practice video to show 10 individual drills for linebackers, defensive line, and the secondary designed to progressively teach proper fit versus the run.

    The 4-2-5 all begins with the linebacker. Sanders discusses how his staff teaches their linebackers how to read three basic types of flow through common terminology and repetitive identification. He shows you the importance of the linebacker and gives you easy to understand ways to teach your linebackers to how to scrape, plug or fill.

    Defensive line play in this DVD is focused on teaching reaction to the inside cutoff block with an emphasis on taking on the trap and how to close down with the proper path.

    On the secondary level, Coach Sanders teaches defensive fit in four basic scenarios: run to, run away, drop back pass, and sprint out pass. He discusses having a force, alley, and contain player to the onside of any running play along with respective backside responsibilities.

    Every drill is drawn on the whiteboard for you and then presented in a video clip.

    From this point Sanders discusses and draws proper defensive fit in the 4-2-5 versus the ISO play, C-gap play, and an outside edge play. After every illustration Coach Sanders provides actual game footage to emphasize his instruction giving you an understanding how the fit works against any type of run play you will see.

    With this video your defensive fit and swarm will be an intimidating fundamental nightmare for offensive coordinators.

    62 minutes. 2012.



    FD-04054C: with Drew Sanders,
    Vandegrift (TX) High School Head Coach;

    Developing a sound pass defense is a top priority for every coach. With all of the formation and motion changes in today's high school football, coaches need a system that enables the defense to adjust easily.

    In this third installment of a 3-part series, Coach Sanders presents a fundamentally sound video about defending the pass with the 4-2-5 defense. He gives you his base coverage, which he calls "Clamp," and teaches you how to build the shutdown secondary you have always wanted.

    First Sanders shares his pass philosophy that includes a very helpful concept to categorize formations, as well as pass routes. Categorizing allows the secondary to:

    • Play fast and swarm to the ball
    • Understand their responsibility with the use of simple rules
    • Visualize the four possible route concepts and shut them down with confidence
    Coach Sanders divides the field in half and teaches the free safety to identify the "free-side and off-side." He then covers how to identify and align to six basic sets most coaches are likely to see.

    Sanders' video will also teach you how to categorize four basic pass routes such as In routes, In and Outs, Leverage routes, and Deceptive routes. These categories help your athletes determine how to identify and react properly with two coaching points tied to each one.

    Sanders' system will allow your athlete to know when to play with over the top leverage, inside leverage, communicate, and when to make the quarterback hesitate.

    Your players will play with extreme confidence being able to adjust to any offensive set they see.

    Practice video of the half-line and T-step drills develop the player skills needed for success in the clamp coverage. Coach Sanders then shows you game footage while he discusses the key coaching points for each position.

    The clamp coverage is adaptable to any defense you might run. Through reinforcing stance, alignment, keys, and responsibilities, Coach Sanders' defensive secondary package will allow you to simplify your athletes' thought process, and allow them to play with a more physical mentality - taking your defense one step closer to shutting down the passing game.

    Here's your chance to see new drills and concepts to stifle your opponent's passing game using the 4-2-5 defense. You will learn the why and the how for installing Sanders' 4-2-5 defensive philosophy that has led this brand new program from infancy to dominance in the AAAA ranks of Texas high school football."

    56 minutes. 2012.




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    with Harlon Barnett,
    Michigan State University Secondary Coach,
    played seven seasons in the NFL

    Defensive backs are the reaction squad of the defense usually asked to make super human plays to save touchdowns.

    Coach Harlon Barnett's DVD is a coaching crash course in coaching DBs. The DVD includes 20 drills to improve footwork, reaction times, tackling, defeating blocks, and to increase interceptions.

    Coach Barnett's presentation is a hands-on tutorial of the techniques needed to combat the run and air raid style offenses.

    Barnett highlights key drills and techniques to help your defensive backs develop their footwork to improve reaction times in coverage. He presents ball drills to develop your DBs cut off and shoulder position against opposing receivers positioning them to score, not just intercept.

    Coach also presents his tackle progression so your secondary stops whiffing running backs and puts them on the ground. Lastly, Coach Barnett reviews two drills that will help your DBs attack blockers and get into position to make the big tackles.

    Barnett's D-Back training is relevant for any defense that wants to build a championship secondary.

    Order now turn your defensive backs into champions.

    54 minutes. 2011.


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    FD-04257A: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Coach Stewart shows you how to install the Pistol Wing-T system starting in the spring and continuing through summer, fall, and into your season. You will quickly see why, despite having many 2-way starters, his teams finish strong each game without ever running sprints during practice.

    This DVD shows annual, monthly, and daily practice plans that are discussed thoroughly so that anyone wishing to install and run the Pistol Wing-T can do so in a relatively easy manner.

    Background & PhilosophyCoach Stewart evolved the Pistol Wing-T offense after coaching at four different schools. He has coached at the small, agricultural school with 600 students and no weight room, to the large, rural school of 2,000 students, to his current position at a large, inner city school of 2,000.

    Stewart took all four of these schools to the playoffs with this offense and without ever coaching a scholarship player! His proven system works at all levels.

    Stewart briefly shares the vision, philosophies, and goals he had to instill at all of these losing programs.

    Practice Goals & Considerations
    This is the "checklist" of goals and expectations of every practice in regards to turnovers, maximum reps, and conditioning with a purpose. Stewart's linear teaching progression is discussed and he shows how to match the technique to the drill to the play call.

    Stewart also shows how to correctly balance full contact with no contact drills. Stewart's practice schedules always contain "hidden" individual time that gives position coaches additional time to teach important techniques.

    Off-Season & Spring
    Stewart shows how to get a jump on your opponents by starting your teaching after school and in the weight room when your players come back from winter break. He then goes through his day-by-day installation sequence during 10 spring practices. Daily practice schedules are shown, in addition to the sequence of motions, formations, and plays that are installed first.

    Summer
    Stewart allows for 12 summer practices which balances the demands of multiple-sport athletes and allows for players and coaches to enjoy their summer break. The installation schedule is continued from the spring with the goal of the entire base offense being installed before August. Stewart also shows how to approach 7 on 7 and summer camps.

    August
    Stewart summarizes the individual and group drills that are explained in the other Pistol Wing-T videos, but here he shows when and where the drills are inserted into the practice schedules. He then goes through his twenty August practices and how he re-installs all of the plays but now adds the "wrinkles" such key breakers, blitz pickup, and use of different formations.

    At all of Stewart's coaching stops, most of the players and coaches worked during the day, so he shows a unique way of doing "double practices" without having a morning practice.

    Conditioning
    The Pistol Wing-T is a fast, explosive offense that requires the ball to be snapped within 3 seconds of breaking the huddle. This puts great pressure on the defense to recognize all the different formations that Stewart uses. It is also an offense designed for the 180 pound guard and 140 pound halfback, so quickness and conditioning are very important components to compete against bigger opponents. Stewart is a master at incorporating conditioning into the entire practice and challenges his athletes both physically and mentally.

    In-Season and Playoffs
    This section shows how to effectively use your time once school has started and how Coach Stewart uses every assistant coach in weekly game plans. Daily practice schedules are shown and discussed. He then shows how he modifies for league and playoffs so that players do not become burned out or over-fatigued, exposing them to late season injury.

    Scouting the Opponent
    Stewart quickly shows how his entire staff is utilized in off-season, in-season, and game night scouting. He talks about what he looks for in an opponent when devising his weekly game plan and what every coach is looking for as he calls the plays on Friday night.

    This video is packed with information and coaching insights. Order now and get plans and ideas for putting in the Pistol Wing-T offense!

    74 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257B: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Take your Wing-T offense to a whole new level by implementing the Pistol Wing-T. You get the same devastating misdirection found in the conventional Wing-T, with all of the advantages of putting the quarterback in the gun.

    Coach Stewart uses a PowerPoint presentation and live demonstrations to teach you all of the new wrinkles, drills and concepts in the exciting Wing-T Pistol offense. You will see the backfield footwork for all the Wing-T running plays, as well as his newest version of motion that sends the wing behind the QB instead in front of him. This change adds more misdirection to the Pistol Wing-T, which will create hesitation in any defense.

    Coach Stewart opens with the Buck Sweep and the 32 G.T. emphasizing that the ball never leaves the quarterback's belly and that the running backs are responsible for all fakes. Next Stewart shows you the 36 Down, Veer and the Counter and how the same steps are used by the QB in all the plays. The Belly Series includes the G, 28 Option, 28 G Belly, 33 Belly GT and the 41 Trap. Stewart uses the Midline and Veer series out of the Pistol to put additional pressure on the defense.

    Every day drills are highlighted for each position so that you will have an understanding of specific skills needed to run the offense. Adding plays that require similar footwork for the backfield allows you to efficiently install and practice both traditional Wing-T plays along with outside veer, inside veer and midline. Coach Stewart's drills teach:

      Proper backfield alignment for the quarterback and each running back The backfield footwork and the coaching points to execute the motion properly to ensure the defense cannot key on one playerVarious running back drills that involve blocking and running with the ballHow to fake hand-offs and use deception to your advantageThe "knuckleball" snap that puts the laces into the quarterback's throwing hand for a quick delivery
    Practice video is included that shows how Coach Stewart administers each drill and how it is tied to specific plays.

    Expertly execute your backfield movements this season with excellent deception and timing!

    79 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257C: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Rick Stewart does a superb job of teaching coaches how to improve offensive line performance for the Pistol Wing-T. Coach Stewart walks through each blocking technique and then uses practice video to show how he administers each technique using heavy bags.

    Stewart shows how to create proper first-step mechanics in your linemen. He preaches the power step and getting the second step on the ground before contact so your linemen can elevate defenders on their third step. His sled progression includes the 1,2,3-Down-Pull & Trap before he finishes with the Sled Drive.

    Hand shields are used to simulate the more realistic block on a moving target. The use of double team and combo blocking is shown as well as the Belly Drill. A group work time allows players to work together on all types of combination blocks needed in the Wing-T.

    Stewart designs each drill so linemen can respond to both odd and even defensive fronts. He diagrams each technique, drill and play so that players are prepared each week for their next opponent.

    For smaller schools he shows how to use half line drills so that you can get every play installed with fewer players.

    This is a comprehensive offensive line video that will assist coaches at both the middle school and high school levels.

    94 minutes. 2013.



    FD-04257D: with Rick Stewart,
    former Porterville (CA) High School Head Football Coach, Coach Stewart has used this offensive system to turn around three different schools that had poor records including 0-20, 1-19 and a team that won eight games in the 5 years prior to his arrival. Coach Stewart led each team to the playoffs with in his first two seasons at the helm.

    Rick Stewart uses simple but effective processes for improving quarterback play and his overall passing game.

    QB Drills
    Coach Stewart provides over 20 drills for you to use to help improve quarterback play in the Pistol Wing-T system. He covers mechanics, pass play footwork, run play footwork and option footwork. Also included are sprint passing techniques, so coaches can improve their play action passing game.

    In the Pistol, the quarterback is three yards from the line of scrimmage, so the 1-, 3- and 5-step drops are modified. Stewart explains how and where the quarterback needs to be based on these modifications. He also shows a highly effective approach to finding the open receiver and explains how to teach the quarterback to read defenses.

    WR Drills
    Coach Stewart's wide receivers drills are a must for any coach who works with receivers. The receiver section contains 15+ drills. The blocking session shows you how receivers stalk and crack. The 2,4,6 and 9 cone drill for receivers is one of the best set of drills a coach can use to work on cuts, chattering down on breaks, and catching the ball.

    Stewart does a tremendous job explaining each drill with PowerPoint and practice video.

    Group Drills, Simulation Drills, Screen Game, Practice Schedule
    In the last section of the video, Coach Stewart gives you quarterback and wide receiver group drills, simulation drills, the screen game and practice schedule. The simulation drill allows quarterbacks to see where receivers will be at end of their routes and where the open windows will be. You'll also learn to execute eight screen plays with just three blocking schemes.

    Coaches will find these drills for mechanics and footwork highly effective easy to install into their daily practice schedule.

    69 minutes. 2013.




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    with Mike Tressel,
    Michigan State University Linebackers / Special Teams Coach

    Coach Mike Tressel presents proven techniques to developing championship-level linebackers in an incredible DVD packed with drills, demonstrations and more. These are the same drills Tressel used to develop two of the top linebackers in the nation in 2010 who combined for 796 tackles in their careers at Michigan State.

    Tressel outlines these crucial fundamentals:

    • Stance, Alignment, and Key Reads
    • Block Defeat
    • Proper Tackling
    • Pass Defense
    • Blitz Techniques

    In the DVD, Coach Tressel outlines five linebacker fundamentals that will teach your linebackers how proper stance and alignment is vital to getting leverage on the ball carrier and will put your LBs in position to defeat blocks with punch, dip, and rip techniques.

    Defeating blocks with the proper leverage allows the inside-out angles to achieve the best tackling opportunities on opposing running backs. Blitzing is a cornerstone of playing linebacker and you will learn about snap indicators and timing keys to help your linebacker make big defensive plays. Linebackers also must cover receivers and this DVD covers how the hook-n-swat technique can help your linebackers as they cover the flats and other zones.

    An interesting component of the presentation is Coach Tressel's use of film clips that show how not to execute various techniques. By presenting an ineffective way to cover a drill, Tressel actually underscores the proper way of doing it.

    With great enthusiasm and passion, Coach Tressel emphasizes the need to play fast, play to the line of scrimmage and tackle hard.

    This DVD is designed to help coaches at all levels teach linebackers the skills needed to achieve success on the field. Whether you're new to the coaching game, need a refresher course or just want to add new techniques to your coaching arsenal, this presentation has something for you.

    78 minutes. 2011.


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