A few months ago, I wrote a post on killing Sacred Zombie Cows – getting rid of those drills that may be dear to your heart, but have long since

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A couple of weeks ago, Uie saw something he hadn’t seen his team do before – they didn’t practice it, they didn’t plan it, it just… happened. It’s what we

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Inspired by TJ’s emphasis on not playing backwards, Blue Devil came up with a creative drill and posted it in the forums. Thanks to both of you (and to MJL23

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One of the defenses that Read & React coaches sometimes struggle against is a sagging man to man. And, it makes sense. If you don’t have shooters, a defense can

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Let me tell you something that you already know: each one of your players is different. Each has a unique set of skills, a unique capacity for learning, a unique

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There’s a lot of great stuff going on in the forums… too much really to leave it alone, just sitting there. So, I’ve decided to post a forum inspired post

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There are two types of Read & React coaches. Those that run it like a traditional offense and those that get it. So, this is a bit of an introduction

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Tonight, I have an assignment for all those geeky enough to take it. While everyone else is eating wings and nachos, take out your pen and a piece a paper

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Perhaps one the most important times for a coach is the weeks immediately following the season. During this time you get the chance to look at what worked and what

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Andrew Carnegie once said, “You may have to move tons of dirt to find a gold nugget, but when you start mining for gold, you overlook the dirt.” And that’s

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