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Thursday, December 31, 2009

A Great Read for Those Interested in Starting Coaching

This book by Alan Trimble is a great read.  I read this book before I started coaching football and it was great because it taught me a lot of what I needed to put as priorities in my coaching.

If you are interested in getting started as a coach I would look into reading this book.  it is affordable and I do look back in the book every so often to remind myself and learn new information.  It contains drills that are helpful for new coaches and teaches you the basics of coaching each position.  It is an all encompassing book for you to read I would pick it up.  Here is also a link for the book at four dollars off.
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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Video set to We are the Champions

Here is another video I set up with using the song We are the Champions. I took pictures all day and so I have included all the pictures I took from my camera.
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Saturday, December 12, 2009

2009 Timpview Football Utah State Championship Video

Let me know what you think about this video. I went with the old style looking film for the beginning because it fits with the music.
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Monday, December 7, 2009

Another Timpview video

This video was made by a fellow coach here at Timpview; Coach Zach Nyborg put this all together so he gets the credit for this one.
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Las Vegas Bowl

So BYU once again goes to the Las Vegas Bowl.  Yay......  Anyway I think that this will actually be a tough game for the Cougars.  The Rodgers brothers will not be easy for BYU to stop.  Also Oregon State has Stephen Paea who is a beast up front.  BTW BYU passed on recruiting Stephen who came from Timpview.  Boy I bet the coaches would love to have him up front.  If you haven't had a chance to see him play watch the Oregon/Oregon State game.  He caused two fumbles and was constantly pushing Oregon O linemen back.

BYU does counter with a pair of good tight ends which will put a strain on the Oregon State defense.  It should be an interesting game.  I think the difference will be can the Cougars contain the Rodgers brothers?  We'll see what happens.  But really the Las Vegas Bowl for BYU.  I think this was a mistake, hardcore BYU fans are tired of that bowl.
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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

This is too funny

This video clip of this Florida State player is amazing.  I laughed when I saw it.  Course it is funny to me since I wasn't a coach on the sidelines while that happened.  If I was a his coach of course I wouldn't be laughing.

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Monday, November 30, 2009

The Hogs up Front

I am putting the pictures up of the O line from this year.  The reason is because well I was an O line coach this year, but the line is the starting point of your success on offense.  Coach Wong has taught me that you are only as good as your O line is.  So here are pics of the O linemen from the state title game.

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Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving weekend!!!!!!
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Friday, November 20, 2009

Who's #1?

Timpview Timpview that is who. We won our 4th straight title. Dynasty are the words to describe what has happened. I will write more later.
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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

My own video

Well I debated whether to put this video on Youtube or not. I made my own motivation video about this past season. This isn't the video the kids will see on the bus ride up to Rice-Eccles. I just wanted to to this one as again kind of a diary for myself about this season.
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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Sophomore/Freshman Banquet

Well we had our Sophomore/Freshman end of the year Banquet today. We had it at Magleby's in Provo which is really good food. I was able to get some pictures of the crowd but then also got a couple pictures with the O linemen that I worked with this year on these young teams.

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Friday, November 13, 2009

Pre-Game Speech

The pre-game speech by Coach Wong may sound familiar to most. It was taken by one of the other coaches and made to work with football. It is the speech that is delivered in the movie Miracle just before the US takes on the Soviet Union.

Great moments are born from great opportunity.

And that's what you have here tonight, boys.

That's what you've earned here, tonight.

One game.

If we played 'em ten times, they might win nine. (Coach added Bull crap at the end of that sentence.)

But not this game. Not tonight.

Tonight, we run with 'em.

Tonight, we stay with 'em, and we shut them down because we can!

Tonight, we are the greatest football team in the state of Utah.

You were born to be Football players -- every one of ya.

And you were meant to be here tonight.

This is your time.

Their time -- is done. It's over.

I'm sick and tired of hearin' about what a great football team Mountain Crest has.

Forget 'em! This is your time!! Now go out there and take it!

Mountain Crest has called you out since August saying they were faster, more athletic, had more desire than you. Tonight is your night, now let's go beat em!!!

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We are going to the State Title Game!!!

Well we won last night 38-21. It was a great game on our side and as coaches we were so happy. You have heard coaches talk about the calm before the storm. That is the way we were last night. Our players were focused, nothing was said during warm ups. Some of the Mountain Crest students were taunting our receivers during warm ups.

Coach Henderson before we boarded the buses went through special teams. He said that was the fastest he has ever done special teams. I knew then we were going to win. The kids were focused. What a great win.
Here is the article on our game from the Deseret News.
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Thursday, November 12, 2009

I think this says it all

Instead of me doing a video, I think this video says it best.
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Sunday, November 8, 2009

What Kind of Coach Does This?

I watched this video and my first question is, "What kind of coach does this?" What type of life lesson are you teaching your players? You help mold men and their lives, teaching them that it is ok to cheat for a win is not what I would want my son to learn from a coach. As a coach respect is so important, don't lose the kids or even your own self respect cause you had to cheat to win.
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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Wednesday, November 4, 2009


Well this can happen when dealing with kids, at times they make mistakes.
<br/><a href=";vid=60e9cf64-bdc9-4b4c-bdb5-a35bb4dd8dc0" target="_new" title="Not-so-special teams">Video: Not-so-special teams</a>
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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Pic From Last Year

I received this as a Christmas gift last year after our 3 peat title. I wanted to put the pic up on the blog and allow you to see. It came with a wooden frame and everything. I look like a dork in the picture though.
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Timpview Football vs Provo Game Footage

I always do find it interesting to hear the commentary from the opposite side. I think we are hitting our stride right now to make a deep run in the playoffs.
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Timpview Sophomore Game vs Provo Sophomores

So a parent of one of the Provo players taped the Sophomore, JV, and varsity games of Timpview football vs Provo and put them up on Youtube. I have wanted to show a little bit of our Sophomore team on this blog and this is a great opportunity. They put the game up on Youtube so I am going to place the game by Quarter for you to see.

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Is Coaching Overrated? I say no

In the latest Tuesday Morning Quarterback, Gregg Easterbrook writes in his column about coaching. He first mentions that play calling is overrated and then he says the following.
One factor here is the Illusion of Coaching. We want to believe that coaches are super-ultra-masterminds in control of events, and coaches do not mind encouraging that belief. But coaching is a secondary force in sports; the athletes themselves are always more important. TMQ's immutable Law of 10 Percent holds that good coaching can improve a team by 10 percent, bad coaching can subtract from performance by 10 percent -- but the rest will always be on the players themselves, their athletic ability and level of devotion, plus luck. If the players are no good or out of sync, it won't matter what plays are called; if the players are talented and dedicated, they will succeed no matter what the sideline signals in. Unless they have bad luck, which no one can control.
Based on my experiences in coaching I am going to disagree with this author. I have seen many coaching staffs not utilize their talent to the best of their ability. I have seen play calling that is costing their team the ability to be successful. Now this is more so at the high school level, it could be different for the NFL but coaching is not overrated. Coaching is like teaching, you have to teach them and correct the right technique. We play teams where are technique is better and we win. We have played teams that have a lot of athletes and beat them cause we have coached our kids better.

I would look at our team as a good example of what has happened this year. Injuries have occurred and yet cause of what we do as a staff we have adapted and now are hitting on all strides. Is coaching overrated? I say no, a lot has to be taken into account the work done during the week preparing our kids. But that is my opinion, what are your thoughts?

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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Time for playoffs

Well that time of season here. This is where it all really counts. Records go out the window and anyone who gets hot enough has a chance to be state champion. We have a chance to win our 4th straight, we just have to work hard and take a game one step at a time. Our first opponent is Olympus. Here are the first round playoff pairings.

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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Is the kick good or not???

Saw this posting on the Coach Huey forums as I watched the video. I thought it would be interesting to hear what others thought? Is the kick good, or not? to me it looks like it was good. It bounced and was just inside the upright. You can see brown crossing in front of the yellow in the video. So you make the call was it good or not?

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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Timpview Football vs Provo Football

Well it's finally here, last game of the season. Its for the region title and #1 seed heading into the playoffs.
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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

A very simple explanation of the zone runs, and the difference between inside zone and outside zone

There is a blog out there run by Chris Brown which does a good job analyzing and explaining different plays, formations and offenses run in football today. One of his most recent entries is in regards to running inside and outside zone. Many fans don't completely understand the difference between them and instead of me having to explain it all I will let him explain to you. He regularly writes for and also the 5th down blog at the New York Times. His website is
A very simple explanation of the zone runs, and the difference between inside zone and outside zone
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Friday, October 16, 2009

Interesting question posed to me.

As we walked out for pre-game warm ups on Wednesday. I was approached by a man who was either a coach or an administrator from Lehi High School. He stopped me and asked, "Coach what is your position with the team?" I tell him I coach the offensive line for the Sophomore team. He then proceeds to ask me, "Can you tell me why you guys have been so dominant? Why is your program so good?"

I was taken aback at first; I would never have expected a question like that to be asked of me just a sophomore coach. I replied, "Continuity, there are some coaches that have been together for years." He then asked, "Besides X's and O's what else do you guys do?" I replied to him, "We teach good technique." He then thanked me for my time and walked back into the high school where Lehi's team had gathered. I understand why he asked me the question but I would never have expected it to come especially as we are just about to play. I just thought it was an interesting question that I wanted to share with you.
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Monday, October 12, 2009

Short Week for Timpview Football Game vs Lehi

Well it is a short week for Timpview this week vs Lehi High School. We are playing a short week, but here are my thoughts as we come up for our game.
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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Timpanogos Game

Well we have three games remaining of the regular season. This week we play Timpanogos, here our my thoughts as we prepare for our game against them.
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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Thoughts against Westlake

I had mentioned about Westlake earlier in a blog post that can be found here.
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Monday, September 28, 2009

Oregon Offense Part II

Earlier in this blog I mentioned that I enjoyed watching Oregon's offense on the field. This year there seemed to be some struggles with the offense at Oregon. That was until this past Saturday when Oregon came out and whipped Cal's butt. That was a wide open offense that we have to come expect from Chip Kelly. A 42-3 win is always great to have and here are a few of the highlights from that game. I would love to spend time learning from Coach Kelly about his offense.
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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Timpview Football Center

Well here at Timpview we have built a football center. It has two offices for Coach Wong and Coach V; a conference room and then in the bottom it has a team room where we can watch game film and during the off season it will be a place for kids to hang out and play video games and stay out of trouble. I am putting up some pictures of the office for others to see. This took about a month and a half to get the structure up.

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Just my thoughts on the Orem Game

Well I decided to make a video log of what my thoughts were with regards to the game vs. Orem. Check it out, I might start doing this more for the fun of it. Let me know what you think. Make sure to turn off the music so you can hear what I am saying.
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Monday, September 14, 2009

First win of this season

Well our Sophomores finally won their first game of the year. We beat Mountain View 30-25. In the second half we shut down their offense and went on to win the game. Our offense was able to run the ball for 236 yards with a 9.1 ypc average. I was proud of the O line cause we did play a pretty good game. This week we have Orem and we need to take the confidence to win another game.

Varsity won their second game of the season against Mountain View. It will help boost our confidence, we are dealing with a ton of injuries right now. We actually played this game without 6 of our defensive starters in the game. If I were to tell any coach that you would be on your 4th string backer and win the game by 20 would you be happy. Most would. However, here at Timpview we have been spoiled so our coaches weren't as happy with the win. Though I think they have started to see the positive of this win.
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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Highland Game results

Well our Sophomores started out slow and lost 37-19. However they also played Highland's JV and so for our kids to score and make the game respectable was good for them. Frosh it was a tougher game, losing 55-0. We have a lot to work on with them, but it will be ok this is why we coach, time to coach these kids up.

Varsity vs Highland was able to win 34-28. We returned 2 punts for TD's and had a pretty good game passing the ball. However this victory came at a huge cost. We lost the best player in the state Bronson Kaufusi to a knee injury. He is out for the entire year. He tore his ACL and meniscus and is done. This injury hurts us immensely on the defense and many now say we won't win state. It is time for our kids to stand up and fight. This gives a kid a chance to stand up and prove what he can do.
Let's see what happens, this week we play Alta this will be a tough game indeed.
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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Getting a Kid Recruited

We have our starting corner who I feel needs to get himself recruited. He is a good player for us and so I am starting to get a highlight video of him up so that coaches can see him and contact him for the next level. I don't know if he is a D-1A player but he can definitely play D-1AA or DII football. Here is a link to his players page on Hudl which will continue to have updated highlights from each game show up on his players page. He was a player on our state championship team that gave us a lot of help and contributed significant minutes. He is #8 on the game film.
Kapena's Hudl Player Page
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Monday, August 24, 2009

Good Practice today

Well we really had a good practice today. The boys worked hard especially on the O-line. I am amazed but the Freshman line is really coming along. We will see how we do with their first game. I am really proud of how they are growing as players.

Sophomores our offense looked really really sharp today. If we can play like that this Friday we will win the game.

Varsity appeared to have a good practice as well. Like I said in my earlier post, the loss was probably the best thing that could have happened to them. I follow Coach Huey on Twitter and he is saying his players aren't preparing with a sense of urgency. Well our kids now know that they gotta practice the way they want to play. I think we will be ok and will still be able to make a run for our 4th straight title.
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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Result of 1st Game

Well our 36 game winning streak came to an end on Friday. We lost 16-10 in a hard fought game. We made too many mental errors while they made the plays they needed to win the game. We are still a good team I think, we just can't make the tiny errors. One of the things I heard from the varsity coaches is that we played like we practiced.

For some of these players this is the first time they have lost in high school. This will be a good life lesson for these boys though. You aren't always going to win in life. It is how you respond to adversity that will determine how your life goes. This also might have been the best thing for these boys. No longer have pressure of the winning streak on our backs. Humbles them a little bit and they have to learn how to deal with adversity. Plus now we have been in a tough dogfight of a game and know what we need to do to respond in a game.

Watching the game film was frustrating because we had 4 trips in their red zone and came away with no points. Once again the little things are important of football. It reminds me of the Inch by Inch speech in Any Given Sunday. We missed our opportunities by inches. Now we gotta get ready for Highland of Idaho. We can't worry about the past now it is time to go into the future.
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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Scrimmage results

So we had our scrimmage on Friday night. Sophs scored two tds. One on a screen play to our back, and one on a rollout play. Both were long plays, 50+ yard plays that looked great. Frosh also had a 50+ yard run play on inside zone. I think we will be ok coming into this season. Two weeks now till the young guys play. But varsity plays this week. It's already the season, time to get it on!!!!!
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Tuesday, August 4, 2009


I am sold on platooning at the high school level. At Timpview we platoon and have had success. Now obviously it is going to depend on the school you are at. If I am at a small school where we gotta work to get kids out, I am not going to be able to really platoon. However I think you get the most out of your kids when you coach them up. Also it does depend on your needs but I really think that the more reps your kids get, the better they get. Also if you have kids getting a lot of reps then have to put them somewhere else you can spend time teaching them the new position but they can remember their old position as well with the technique.

While platooning if you work 2.5 hours for practice daily. Your offensive and defensive players get that full practice in getting reps at that position. When the time comes for game my players have spent about 8 hours working on defense and offense. If you don't platoon your players get maybe 4 hours per side of the ball. Our offensive players get the full time to look at different fronts. Our defensive players get looks at formations for the full time.

Last year to a man you ask our coaches why we were able to win region and only lose one game at the sophomore they would say one reason. We platooned our players. We worked them and coached them up. They got better and with all the reps they were able to get better game by game. That is why we started to blow teams out end of the season because our players got better. I know this doesn't apply to all coaches but I know that I favor it. Just some things to think about with platooning.

But again this isn't a system for everyone. We do it and it has been successful for us. If you have your system and it works that is alright. I just wanted to post about my opinion and give some thoughts that others might want to think about. Don't dismiss platooning quickly but look at it and see what it can do for you.
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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Bubble Screen

The bubble screen in my opinion is a great complimentary play if you are running zone. It forces the backside defense to remain honest and so when running the ball in zone this will allow for the possibility of more yards. Especially since the defense might be a half second delayed in reacting to either run or pass. A half second in football is the difference between a 5 yard gain and a 10 yard gain. I am embedding a couple videos that allow you to see what I mean when running zone out of the spread.

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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Oregon Offense

So I really enjoy watching Oregon's offense. I was talking with Frank Henderson and he said one offensive staff he would want to go visit with is Oregon. We think the offense is fun to watch and fun to play in. I am linking some highlights someone put up on YouTube. Oregon's offense is a prime example of how to run zone out of the spread. You know it's coming you just can't stop it. The video quality isn't super great but you can still get an idea of running the zone.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Late again

So once again this year we are dealing with players being late to practice. So yesterday the players had to run for an hour doing ladders. You would think message received right? Nope we had a kid late today. Guess what, he was the only one punished and had to run more than the others. I would think an hour of running would get the message through. Some kids though just gotta take a lot of abuse.

As for workouts, I am thinking we are starting to come together. I am still a little worried about the Freshman O line but that is my job to coach them up. We might have to play some players on the Frosh both ways to ensure we win. But I am confident in what we do that we will come out on top.
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Friday, July 24, 2009

Football Camp

So I haven't yet written about camp. Camp this year we brought Freshman with us. Let me tell you that was kind of difficult because you have to teach and take a lot more time during practice to do so. We were able to get quite a bit in, and practices seemed to just fly by.

A few things I was encouraged by. We went into our scrimmage and since Bingham didn't have enough frosh our freshman had to play sophomores and actually didn't do too bad. Our sophomores this year are more aggressive, we didn't really get blown up on offense and should have had a couple TD's just gotta make some blocks. I am feeling good going into this season, I think we can do some real good things this coming season.

A great part is that the Varsity did better than the coaches expected against Bingham. It looks like we are gonna have another great year. Why is this big? Bingham has 8 D-1 players on their team and are physical. Those players that have been waiting are ready to step up. Now remember this is the sophomore team I first coached that went undefeated so these seniors haven't lost a game yet. They are ready to go through their entire career undefeated.

And remember the sophomore team from last year? They beat Bingham's JV 5 td's to 2 td's. Talk about getting revenge. It just proves to me even more that we teach the right technique to our players.
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Saturday, July 18, 2009

2007 Ring with New Camera

Compare the old pics of the 2007 ring to these new ones and see the detail of my new camera.

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New Camera and Pics of Championship Rings

So I just got a new camera for my bday. A Sony 12 MP camera. Wow can it get detail. I am putting pics up of my rings for people to see the detail. You might remember I did this last year with a different camera. Compare and contrast the detail to the old camera. Here is the 2008 ring.

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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Just signed up for Twitter

I just signed up for Twitter. my account there is I will be giving updates there on how football camp is going this coming week. Check up on how I am doing with these quick updates to everyone to see. Hope everyone is having a great summer
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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Running Inside Zone Part 1

I wanted to diagram out our inside zone play. I have drawn it up being run to the right but the same rules will apply if running to the left.

The rules I will go over are when you run at either an odd front or an even front. First drawing is against an odd front, second is against an even front.

Against an odd man front the key is the Nose Guard(N). Center (C) and Backside Guard (BG) double team N to the Backer. If Nose slants to his right BG takes Nose and Center goes to Backer. If Nose slants to his left Center takes Nose and BG takes the Backer. If Nose plays straight up then your O-Line has to stay with the double team until the backer commits. Your RB aims for the Playside Guard's(PG) butt; If he sees the Nose slanting to his left then RB cuts back towards the BG. If Nose has slanted to his right RB hits the hole behind the PG.

Against Even Front the key is the DT in the 1 Technique. If the 1 tech slants hard to his left the BG should just push the DT down the line. If he plays head up the BG needs to reach the DT and block him. Same rule applies to the RB running this play. if he sees the 1 tech in the hole cut back is open. If 1 tech isn't there then take the hole behind the PG.

It is important to emphasize to your O-Line that they must stay with the double as long as possible until the backers commit. Doing so and your team will have a lot of success.

This is what makes the inside zone such a hard play to defend. The O-line isn't really wrong, the Running Backs make the O-Line always right.
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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

D Coordinator for Younger Players

One good thing that did come about from the meetings in Wendover is that I was named as the new D-Coordinator for the sophomore team this coming season. I am excited about this opportunity and look forward to doing my best.
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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

One of the Worst Days

The 24th of April happened to be one of the worst days in the last few years. It started out going to a golf course at 7:30 AM to play a semi game of golf. We had to go to Tooele cause it is on the way to Wendover where we have the Utah High School Football Coaches clinic.

After golfing we go to eat some lunch stopping at a mexican restaurant. They provide free chips and salsa so as we are eating the salsa, I feel something hard that won't break, I pull it out and it is part of my tooth. That's right I had broken off a part of my tooth, uh oh. Luckily the tooth wasn't hurting but just was annoying in my mouth. The coaches ask me if I wanted to head home, since I didn't drive they would have to take me home. I called my sister who is in Dental Hygiene school and being an hour and half away if I had gone back to Provo wouldn't have been able to get anything done since all dentists would have been closed on Friday evening. So we proceed on to Wendover and have our coaches meeting in the hotel there.

After dinner a coach and I proceed to head home and he is driving the school car. about 3 exits from home on the freeway all of a sudden we hear a big ole pop. Pulling off to the side of the road, we see that the tire is coming apart at the seems and the tread is coming off. We pull out the spare, a donut spare (perfect on the freeway). It is 9:30 PM and starting to rain and the lugnuts are hard to get off I am literally having to move the car as I push the lugnuts loose. Oh btw the other coach is in his 70's so it is harder for him to help so it falls on me. To make this short we finally get the spare on after a passerby stopped with a flashlight which we didn't have on us.

However a police officer has stopped behind us just as we finished up on the tire, I start to drive the car to get it off at the exit and go slow since it is on a donut. I have to jump out from the shoulder get across an overpass and then back to the shoulder then off at the exit. Well as I turn after getting off at the exit I get pulled over by this police officer. He comes up to me asking why I was erratically driving, I explain then he says to me why are your tags expired. This is a drivers ed car so the school district had to update the registration. I explain it is a school car and he asks me why I am in a school car at 10:30 at night on a Friday night. I explain to him what was going on and hand him my license and the car registration. He comes back no ticket and lets me go. I finally deliver the car and head home. I finally got home at 11:30 PM and felt that I had been gone all weekend instead of just the day.
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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Switching to offensive line

We have had some changes within our coaching staff. No surprise right? I mean most of the times programs that have a ton of success are gonna get poached for other programs. Our Safeties/D-Coordinator (Jason Walker) has left to take over Westlake High School a new program here in Utah. Going with him is the other O-line coach, (Bruce Pitcher) to help run the O-line just as we do here at Timpview. Both are great coaches and I am confident that they will have Westlake turned into a power program. With all the growth that area is experiencing I look to see that school become a powerhouse in Utah.

Since Bruce is leaving, I am the only other coach besides Coach Wong that knows any of the blocking schemes or some of the drills to run for the O-line. Coach Wong has decided to move me over to the O-line to help the sophomores out and will bring in a new D-line coach for the sophomores. So if anyone checking my blog out has questions don't hesitate to ask me questions. as I get going into the drills that we do for our offensive line. Remember in the last 3 years we have sent 4 O linemen on to college to play D-1 ball. X committed to UCLA on National TV.
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