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The Football Coaching Podcast with Joe Daniel

Coach Joe Daniel from JoeDanielFootball.com helps you build a better football team at any level. Youth Football Coaches, Middle School Football Coaches, High School Football Coaches, College Football Coaches and Semi-Professional Football Coaches will get great ideas and discussion from The Football Coaching Podcast.
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Now displaying: April, 2020
Apr 30, 2020

ASKA is a pre-snap checklist for your players. But it’s much more than that for your coaching staff.

Alignment. Stance. Key Read. Assignment. I stole the ASKA principle from TCU several years ago. But it’s grown into so much more than it started.

ASKA is a pre-snap checklist for your players. But it’s the Coach Simple, Play Fast, Win measuring stick for coaches. If your ASKA is too complicated, your players are playing slow.

In this episode, find out what ASKA is all about, get examples of ASKA, and find out how it has become of the backbone principles of JDFB Coaching Systems (including the offense!).

Apr 23, 2020

If you have the right Offensive Line Footwork, your guys should never miss a block. Here’s how to make it happen.

Coaching Offensive Line has always been my true passion in football. It’s the most exciting position to work with for me. And I love working on the perfect footwork to make a block.

The right footwork turns an average offensive lineman into a great player. It can turn a bad player into an average offensive lineman. It’s amazing how focusing on just the first two steps of your offensive line footwork can change the entire fortune of a football team’s offense.

Apr 16, 2020

Football Drills are what every coach seems to be looking for. But what really matters is running the RIGHT drills.

Looking for the best football drills for every position? You won’t find that in this episode. This episode is the guide to choosing which drills to run, and creating the drills you need to run. 

It’s about being efficient. Effective. Getting results. Actually doing something with your coaching besides wasting your player’s time running around a hula hoop or fighting over a pad. 

This episode is all about football drills that actually make your football team better at playing football. This is not rocket science.

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Apr 9, 2020

The 4-2-5 Defense System requires a lot of planning. Here’s how to plan your defensive System.

The 4-2-5 Defense System has been completely updated for 2020. Here’s the blueprint you need to follow to get your System ready for the 2020 Season. 

You don’t have to use the 4-2-5 Defense System to make this blueprint work for you. But you must make sure you’ve covered all these bases if you’re going to be ready to win in 2020.

Apr 2, 2020

Time for the definitive answer of 4-3 Defense or 4-2-5 Defense… which one is better? It’s the Battle of the 40 Fronts.

What’s the right defense for your team? There’s no single defense that is BETTER than any other front - that’s not what we’re here to figure out. 

It’s about whether the Miami 4-3 Defense that we teach in the 4-3 Defense System, or the 4-2-5 Defense System is the right one for your football team. 

I’ll break down 15 key points for each defense, score it up, and come to a completely meaningless conclusion. It’s up to you to decide which one is right for your team. 

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