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A few observations....

A while ago now I spent a pleasant three hours or so on a lovely day down at a park with my wife. From where I was I saw six footballs being kicked. 920 more words

Film Breakdown: Navy Midshipmen vs Temple Owls Football (American Conference Title)

Saturday morning cartoons watch out, we’ve got a barn burner for you at 9am (12pm eastern) between Navy and Temple. The Midshipmen have been putting up huge numbers on people for most of the season en route to 9-2 while Temple has quietly gone 9-3. 322 more words

Navy Midshipmen

Confused Coaches

I was recently on a course that included a 4-day Strength & Conditioning component. The topic was raised about the language used by Sports Scientists. Almost every Coach agreed that they don’t want to hear a load of jargon about underloads, overloads or maximum aerobic speed they just want to know if the players are as fit as possible to play football. 443 more words

Well Coached

Well Coached…

What does a well-coached team look like?

  • Few mental errors or penalties…
  • Good clock management…
  • The players are in shape…
  • Good knowledge and execution of their offensive and defensive systems…
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Goforth retires from coaching

WAYNESBORO – Coach Go is gone. For real this time.

Waynesboro assistant coach Tom Goforth is retiring from coaching. A little more than four years ago, he announced he was done with coaching, stepping down as an assistant at Stuarts Draft following the 2012 season.  1,216 more words


Thank You Patrice you made me smile

In the spirit of Patrice Evra I am going to write a blog that is just for fun.

Have a look at this clip from his Instagram it makes me laugh every time I watch it. 1,558 more words

Beyond Missouri State: Bob Vanatta's influence on Springfield sports

Bob Vanatta might be best remembered for coaching the Missouri State (then Southwest Missouri State) men’s basketball team to back-to-back national championships, but his lesser-known influence on Springfield sports lingers to this day. 746 more words