Discussion in 'Football' started by Discoverer27, Jan 11, 2018 at 10:04 PM.
Not sure it's much different than how TO ran tempo. He probably covered the substitution games they play in the 'tempo' game. Keeping the D off balance is essential to any successful O.
Thanks for sharing - one comment that stood out showing how HCSF has learned his craft along the way:
“ - What he has done is mix the Oregon Offense with the Nebraska Strength and Conditioning program.”
I liked the quote about receivers "no block no rock".
Me too! And these:
- WRs liked to pick one guy to kill on run plays and triple-team him
- Block MDM (Most Dangerous Man)
Lots of good stuff in there!
Man...fast, fast, fast...everything fast.
It seems as much mental as it is physical training (the speed).
This old man could never have kept up...gets me pumped to hear about it though.
It's as if, for the first time in a while, someone who knows what they are doing is in charge.
Very much mental. Very much mirroring the real world of competing in a football game, under the clock.
There's no time to stand around, scratch your chin, and wonder what has to be done to make this "look a little more like football."
We've all heard the expression that for young players the game "moves a little too fast for them." I suspect after spring and fall camps in this method of practicing, this might not seem to be as much of a problem. Game pace is the same pace they see in practice every day.
One thing that could help immediately:
The great part of this program is he doesn't have to teach it to ANY new coaches( unlike the revolving door of the past few coaching staffs) it allows the entire staff to be on the same page. Everyone knows their job under Frost and he's not going to micro manage. When the system is in place year after year it will pay dividends for sure.
But what if we can't see any strain???
I think that is why the transition will go smooth all the coaches have been together. Once you get buyin the rest will go smooth.
Look in the rear view mirror...or at the opponent.
I guess things are going to be FAST!
Can you not see it?
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