Systematic Observation of Behaviors of Winning High School Head Football Coaches
- Education. WILTBYE, JOHN // America;12/23/1933, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p276
The article examines the role of the football coach and the college teacher in the education of students in the U.S. Among the factors that influence the academic performance of a student are lack of mental capacity and the refusal to work. He explains the appropriate role of educational...
- Hoover High Scandal Update. Torre, Pablo S. // Sports Illustrated;10/29/2007, Vol. 107 Issue 17, p44
The article updates developments with the Alabama high school football team Hoover High. An inquiry headed by a retired federal judge alleges that head coach Rush Propst pressured teachers to inflate players' grades, and that one of Propst's assistant coaches spied on a rival's football practices.
- Time is of the Essence. Lane, Bruce // Coach & Athletic Director;Sep2006, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p68
This article provides a weekly in-season schedule from a high school football coach. The coach notes that weeks during the season are extremely busy, and provides a detailed description of each weekly activity. Each team film session and practice is also broken down, leading up to the...
- Getting Started in the New Generation. Mac Donald, Justin // Coach & Athletic Director;Mar2004, Vol. 73 Issue 8, p89
Offers tips for novice high school football coaches. Ways to gain experience; Initiatives to prove competency; Expectations from players; Realization of a coach's role.
- 2006 POWER OF INFLUENCE AWARD. // Coach & Athletic Director;Jan2007, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p69
The article looks at how the Head Football Coach at Tumwater High School in Washington, Sid Otton, is the recipient of the 2006 Power of Influence Award. The Power of Influence Award was created as a way for the AFCA and the AFCFÂ® to honor a deserving high school football coach for his effect...
- Behavioral Coaching: Beyond Simple Reinforcement. // Journal of Sport Psychology;1980, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p274
This article focuses on the article "Behavioral coaching in the development of skills in football, gymnastics, and tennis," by M. G. Allison and T. Ayllon from "Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis." The authors utilize a variety of behavioral techniques into a coaching package created to aid in...
- A Cup of No-Back Wing-T. Alexander, Bill // Coach & Athletic Director;May/Jun1998, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p29
Provides information on the No-Back Wing-T formation in football. Five basic principles subscribed by the Davidson Academy offensive philosophy; Advantages and disadvantages of the formation; How to employ the speed option.
- Attack with your Kick-Off Return. Cooley, Mark // Coach & Athletic Director;Aug1999, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p22
Presents a football technique called `Attack' kick-off return. Information on the set up of the technique; Discussion on the numbering system; Mechanics of the technique.
- Blocking the Inside Zone. Smelcer, Jim // Coach & Athletic Director;Aug1999, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p36
Illustrates the simplicity that can be employed with the inside-zone blocking scheme play in football. Suggested blocking concepts; Description on the inside-zone play; Objective of the quarterback during the play.