On today’s USA Football Coach and Coordinator podcast, it is another installment of “Your Call,” where we share responses on social media from high school and college coaches. The topic for today’s show is how long it takes to install the offensive game plan.
Installing your offense - which do you use? If you would share an overview that would be great.— Coach Keith Grabowski 🏈 Let's talk ball (@CoachKGrabowski) June 4, 2018
We received several different responses and had respondents on Twitter vote for either a three-day, four-day, five-day or six plus day install. The leading vote getter was a three-day install, with 32 percent voting for it. On the show, we have five coaches from across the country weighing in on how they install their offense. Their names, titles and social media info can be found below.
The website Smart Football recently published an article that discusses this debate. In it, it references college football coaches like West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen, Washington State coach Mike Leach and Jackson State offensive coordinator Hal Mumme, who have different approaches to installing offense.
Bobby Acosta – offensive coordinator, Bucknell University – Twitter: @CoachBA1010
Brett Dudley – offensive coordinator, Antioch High School (Concord, California) – Twitter: @CoachBDud
Terrance Banks – head coach, Newton High School (Covington, Georgia) – Twitter: @tbanks1906
Scott Morrison – head coach, Santiago High School (Corona, California) – Twitter: @ScottWMorrison
Dale Carlson – former college football coach – Twitter: @DaleCarlson63
In today’s show, the guests and host Keith Grabowski discuss different ways and timings of installing their offense and how to help players get the most understanding out of it.
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