Friday, November 25, 2011

This Season 's Production

Well our season has been over for about a month now and I am finally coming out the haze. We went 10-1 on the season. We were completely a no-huddle team this season and we had an exceptional season as far as production was concerned.

Our quarterback threw for 2900 yards, 28 TDs and 4 Ints
We rushed for 1400 yards and averaged 6.6 yards per carry.

It was by far our best season from a production stand point in the last five years.

I attribute our success to a couple of things that we implemented this past season.

1. No-Huddle-All the time. We had run no-huddle in previous seasons but it was a component of our offense. We would jump in and out of it in previous seasons as we deemed necessary. This season we stayed in it the entire game and found that it put a tremendous amount of pressure on the defense and allowed us to run exactly what we wanted to on each offensive snap. I was so inspired by our success with the no-huddle that I decided to write an electronic manual on the nuances of the no-huddle that should be available to view in the upcoming months.

2. End Zone Camera-This year we purchased an end zone camera from www.endzonecamera.com. Jamie Hill is the owner of the company and he offered us a tremendous amount of support throughout the season. I really liked the end zone camera because it allowed me to see exactly what the quarterback was seeing at the line of scrimmage. Additionally, it allowed us to videotape our practices and make corrections to techniques the next day. It was by far the best investment we have ever made in our program.

3. Helmet Cam-We acquired a helmet cam that allowed us to see exactly what the quarterback was seeing before, during, and after the snap. This tool was invaluable to us because it allowed us to see exactly what the quarterback was seeing during each play. If the qb was looking in the wrong spot it allowed us to coach the qb up and put his eyes in the correct location. Additionally, it was invaluable for us in pass protection, assessing the center's gun snap, the eyes of the qb in the inside run period.

The technology we used cost us money but the money for both of the products was the best money we have ever invested into our program.

If you are looking for more information about the end zone camera and the helmet cam please do not hesitate to contact me at fastbreakgrassfootball@gmail.com or jek0152001@hotmail.com.

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