On today’s podcast, host Keith Grabowski continues our “Training Camp” series with Craig Stutzmann, passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Hawaii. Coach Stutzmann is entering his third at Hawaii and helped lead the Rainbow Warriors to 310.3 pass yards per game in 2018, good enough for ninth in the nation. During his time at Emory & Henry College (Va.) as offensive coordinator, his offense was dubbed “Spread-and-Shred” for their unique style of play. Stutzmann joins the podcast today to talk about his offense as well as how he implements it in the QB room during camp.
2:44 Coach’s journey
7:18 Transition from high school to GA to assistant
12:58 How different systems shaped his Run and Shoot offense
15:40 Evolution of the passing game both offensively and defensively
18:58 First QB meeting during camp
25:15 Communicating with players during camp both for positives and negatives
29:36 Developing fundamentals early in camp and during the season
37:35 Teaching decision making in the classroom
42:49 Evaluation process
47:55 Winning edge
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