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Christopher Felton Football Portfolio. Email: Christopherjfelton@gmail.com Cell Phone: 215 206 3385. Table of Contents. Pre season Guidelines. Resume. 3-4. 30. Yearly Schedule. References. 5. 31-38. Letters of Recommendation. 6-9. In season schedule. 39. Letters of Reflection.

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Christopher Felton

Football Portfolio

Email: Christopherjfelton@gmail.com Cell Phone: 215 206 3385

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Table of Contents

Pre season Guidelines

Resume

3-4

30

Yearly Schedule

References

5

31-38

Letters of Recommendation

6-9

In season schedule

39

Letters of Reflection

10

Weekly Schedule

40-42

Coaching 5 C’s

11

Sample of a daily schedule

43

Program Philosophy

Offensive System

12-13

44-46

Defensive System

Program Triangulation

14

47

Goals of the Program

15-17

Scouting Report

48

Call Sheet

49-51

Game plan

Letter to the Players

18

Coaches Manual

19

Game day organization

52-54

Stars

Strength and Conditioning

20-25

55

College recruiting information

Honor Pledge

26

56

The HatterClub

27

Plus Delta- Player Evaluation System

57-58

Community/Alumni Day

28

Playing Time

29

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Resume

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Resume

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References

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Coaching 6 C’s

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The Program

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Vision

To meet every challenge head on with great people working together to achieve football excellence.

Mission

To unleash the talent and skill of our players to achieve competitive success in our league.

To utilize our current strengths and to improve upon our weaknesses to maximize success and growth.

To establish success on the playing field, in the classroom, and in life.

To develop leadership skills within our student-athletes.

To capitalize on Hatboro Horsham’s reputation of academic and athletic excellence and to maximize our number of student athletes playing football.

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Program Triangulation

Philosophy on Building a Successful Program

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What is Success?

Success is the satisfaction that is felt when you have accepted the challenge and made the effort to do your best. Success in making the very most out of an opportunity.

Successful people take risk, accept challenges, have an unquenchable thirst for improvement, they are life long learners, never seeing a finality in any situation- only looking at life as a continuous growing process.

What is the Program?

The program isn’t a physical place or a list of procedures and directions. Its not a calendar of events, x’s and o’s or a flashy uniform. The program is us and the coordinated mental, emotional, and physical approach that we take to accomplish our goals. In short, it is the attitude.

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Program Triangulation

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Successful Competitiveness

When building a program there should be three main goals:

In a football program each one is extremely important

Execution

Confidence

1. Developing Character People

2. Developing Teamwork

Adaptiveness

Poise/Focus

Ability

3. Developing Successful Competitiveness

Anticipation

Enthusiasm

Pride

Skill

Discipline

Priorities

Accountability

Condition

Knowledge

Ownership

Loyalty

Preparation

Humility

Respect

Perseverance/

Tenacity

Integrity

Commitment

Teamwork

Trust

Love

Character

Hard work

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Goals of the Program?

The overall goals of the program are as follows but not necessarily in this order:

Develop Character

  • Before you develop schemes and plays, you need to develop players, before you develop players you need to develop character.
  • The Foundations of any program in the present and in the future start with the willingness of the players to improve, sacrifice, follow-through and eventually lead.

Develop a team of players that have character

  • Cooperation and teamwork are two of the most important skills used in the world today.
  • Football is the ultimate team sport and like all team sports, football teaches players the importance of commitment, loyalty, humility, and trust.

Develop successful competitiveness

  • Players in the program must consistently strive to improve their competitiveness. Players must learn to compete, assess, learn, improve, and compete again.
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The Program is not Cause and Effect

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Of course building a program necessitates a plan and/or a course of action and in many situations this may mean a step by step approach. But where a coach starts, depends on the situation and the people.

Bottom up approach, Top down approach, inside out approach, or an outside in approach are all acceptable. Everything builds off itself .

For example: Trust, Character, and Hard Work will help a person persevere through difficult situations, but at the same time the perseverance through difficult situations also develops character, trust, and an understanding of the importance of hard work.

Every situation holds in it an opportunity for students to learn and to improve themselves and their team.

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Hatboro HorshamFootball- A Family Culture

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Respect – The Golden Rule

Engagement /Commitment – Be There, Give of Yourself

Personal Responsibility- If it’s to be, it’s up to me!

Lead by example- Listen to what I say, do as I do.

Winning Attitude, Doing Whatever it Takes – Make it contagious

Collaboration and Teamwork – Family, Community, School- One team, One Goal

Insatiable Appetite for Continuous Improvement- Always

Confidence in Self and Team – Wenever get down on ourselves, “We never flinch”

We laugh, cry, win and celebrate --- Together.

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Letter to the Players

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Dear Hatter,My name is Coach Felton.  I will be your football coach for the upcoming season. There is no doubt that you will enter this season with goals.  Some of your goals will be individualized in nature and other goals will be more team oriented.  I also have goals for the upcoming season, which I shall outline for you in the following letter.  Although winning is important and striving for perfection is a must, neither one of these is on my list.  No, my goals revolve around a more important part of this football program, that of course is you.  More specifically my goals revolve around developing you into a better football player and more importantly a better person.First and foremost, my goal is to develop you into becoming a team player. You must work hard all year to make yourself better for the overall achievement of the team.  The team needs you to prepare yourself and your teammates physically and mentally for the challenges that lay ahead and to not worry about personal glory.  When we accomplish this goal, there is nobody in the league who will be able to stop the team.My next goal is to accept nothing but your best effort on and off the field.  As your football coach, I will work hard to continue to develop the ideals of discipline, unselfishness, hard work, respect, accountability and toughness that you already possess.  Through tremendous attention to detail, we will improve daily.  Your best effort will become better as the year progresses.Not every situation will be easy and it shouldn’t be.  The most important things in life are not accomplished without paying a price.  There is a price to pay for success.  My third goal is to teach you how and why to pay that price.  By staying true to the ideals of the program you will be able to meet any challenge.  You will be confronted with various forms of adversity this season, you and your team must unite to work through them and not let them tear you apart.  Those who persevere through adverse situations rise to the top.My fourth goal is to teach you how to accept decisions.  We must all keep in mind that every player is different.  Throughout the year I will have many decisions to make.  You probably will not agree with all of my decisions and that is acceptable, but as a member of a team I need you to do what is expected of you.  My decisions will not always be correct.  But I promise that my decisions will be based on my best judgment and the welfare of the team.      My final goal is to make you a leader.  Leaders are not born, they are built.  I want you to lead this team. Leaders bring out the best in the people who surround them.    When you leave this program, we will need you to be a leader in the community and the school.  The best way to lead is by example. Do your best, be a good teammate, and persevere through the tough times and the rest will follow.Good Luck,Coach Felton

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Coaches Manual

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Sample Workout

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In Season Schedule

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Training Rules

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Training Rules

Participation in inter-scholastic activities including athletics is a privilege not a right. The Head Coach has the right andresponsibility to make decisions that are in the over-all best interest of the team.

The following training rules must be followed- no debates

  • The use of Drugs, Tobacco, and Alcohol will not be tolerated under any circumstances. Violators of this rule will be subject to significant penalty including suspensions and possible expulsion.
  • The following is a list of curfews enforced by the football team.

a. Football camp 10:00 pm

b. During the season school night 10:00 pm

c. Night before game 9:30 pm

  • Night of game no curfew (use good judgment)
  • 2. Eat good well balanced meals- no junk food- avoid the 5 evils- candy, soda, potato chips, donuts, and French fries.
  • 3. Players are absolutely forbidden to use the snack machine before or after practice.
  • 4. Players are expected to pack a second bag lunch to eat prior to after immediately after you lift weights during the season.
  • 5. Report to football immediately after the bell at the end of the day. Depending on the schedule specialties or lifting starts immediately at 2:45 be dressed, prepared, and on time.
  • 6. Players who are too sick to attend school are also too sick to attend football practice.
  • 7. Report injuries immediately to the football trainer.
  • 8. Injured players are expected to attend all practice in athletic gear.
  • 9. Unexcused absences will result in dismissal from the football team.
  • 10. It is absolutely forbidden to participate in other sports during the football in-season. Many area teams hold practice, watch film, and lift weights on the weekend. The philosophy of this football program is to give you a break over the weekend so that you may rest and recover.
  • 11. In life you must make decisions- football is no different. If you have decided to play football you must make a 100% commitment to our program. During the football in-season All other extra-curricular activities provided by the school and work must yield to the commitment that you have made to the football team. Unless otherwise directed by the head coach- You are required to attend all practices, weight room workouts, film sessions, and all activities provide by the football program in their entirety. Failure to comply will result in immediate removal from the football team.
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Honor Pledge

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The Bulldog Club

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The Hatter Club

Hatboro Horsham Football recognizes athletics as a powerful educational tool as well as a source of considerable school pride. Our current players are part of a long tradition of academic excellence and competitive athletics. Now is the time for the excellence of Hatboro Horsham to manifest itself on the football field. Like those before them they will leave the program with qualities that last a lifetime, qualities that build strength and character and prepare them for lives of leadership and service.

This year will mark the beginning of the Hatter Club. The goal of the Hatter Club is to provide alumni, parents, and friends an opportunity to support the school’s football team so that they may develop a tradition of excellence. The Hatter Club’s contributions will impact the quality of the football experience for student-athletes by providing revenue beyond the annual operating budget. That revenue source will typically allow us to:

strengthen the budget for our team;

enhance professional development opportunities for our staff;

support our student-athlete awards;

purchase special equipment for our team as well as the latest training room modalities and scouting software;

recognize our senior athletes and championship teams; and

meet many other needs of the program.

In order to establish Hatboro Horsham as a forerunner of the Suburban One League, we need the continued financial support with an interest in and a passion for our football program.

Every dollar contributed by the Hatter Club directly benefits our football program, and we need your support now more than ever.

We hope you will become a part of the team! Help us achieve our goal of becoming a Suburban One League power.

There are two ways to donate.

1. You can make a financial pledge per win. For example, you may want to pledge $100 per victory.

or

2. You can make a one time pledge in August in an amount of your desire.

Add in address

Thank you very much for your contribution, your commitment, and support for the program

Sincerely,

Chris Felton

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Playing Time

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Playing Time:

We have a no cut policy in this football program. Any young man who is committed to the team, works hard, and follows the guidelines will not be cut. There are two levels of play; varsity and junior varsity. Players will be placed on these levels based on their abilities, not their grade. The JV squad will consist of sophomores and juniors that are not starters or key subs on the varsity team that week. It is important to note that a player’s level and playing time may vary from week to week. On the JV level, we try to get every player at least 10 plays (offense, defense, or special teams) in the game that week. For varsity games, the best players will play regardless of their grade level.

Parents are always encouraged to speak with the head coach, however, playing time and game plans are not topics for conversation.

If a parent has a concern that does not involve playing time or game plans, they may call or email to set up an appointment. The appointment must be in person and the player must be in attendance.

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January 2013

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

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2

3

4

5

6

7

9

10

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Coaches Meeting

Lift

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Coaches Meeting

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Lift

Lift

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Coaches Meeting

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Lift

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30

Lift

Lift

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Coach Felton: Phone: 267 893 2607 email: cfelton@cbsd.org

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February 2013

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Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

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Skills/speed

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6

7

8

9

5

Coaches Meeting

Skills/speed

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15

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13

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Coaches Meeting

Lift- skills

Lift-skills

Lift-skills

Lift-skills

Lift- skills

Lift-skills

Lift-skills

Lift-skills

Lift- skills

Skills/speed

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Coaches Meeting

Skills/speed

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Coaches Meeting

Lift-skills

Lift-skills

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Coach Felton: Phone: 267 893 2607 email: cfelton@cbsd.org

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March 2013

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Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

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Lift-skills

Skills/speed

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4

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8

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5

Coaches Meeting

Skills/speed

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Coaches Meeting

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Test-Install

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Lift- skills

Test-skills

Lift- skills

Lift-Install

Test-Install

Skills/speed

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Coaches Meeting

Skills/speed

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Coaches Meeting

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Skills/speed

Lift-skills

Lift-Install

Notes:

Coach Felton: Phone: 267 893 2607 email: cfelton@cbsd.org

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April 2013

Monday

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Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

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6

Coaches Meeting

Lift- install

Lift

Lift- install

Skills-speed

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Coaches Meeting

Skills-speed

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Coaches Meeting

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Lift- install

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Lift

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skills

skills

skilsl

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Coaches Meeting

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skills

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Lift- install

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Coach Felton: Phone: 267 893 2607 email: cfelton@cbsd.org

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May 2013

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Coaches Meeting

Youth Clinics

Lift

Lift- install

Skills

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Youth Clinics

Coaches Meeting

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Lift- install

Lift- install

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Helmets

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Youth Clinics

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Skills

June 1

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Lift

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Spring Camp

Spring Camp

Off

Spring Camp

Spring Camp

Notes:

Coach Felton: Phone: 267 893 2607 email: cfelton@cbsd.org

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June 2013

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Community/

Alumni Day

Hatters camp registration

Lift

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Spring Camp

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Skills install

Skills install

Skills install

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Lift

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Skills/install/

running

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Passing Scrimmage

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Young Hatters Camp 6/24-6/28)

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Spring Camp

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Coach Felton: Phone: 267 893 2607 email: cfelton@cbsd.org

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Hatboro Horsham Football

July 2013

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Lehigh Shootout

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Coach Felton: Phone: 267 893 2607 email: cfelton@cbsd.org

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August 2013

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September 1

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Frankford

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Coach Felton: Phone: 267 893 2607 email: cfelton@cbsd.org

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In Season Schedule

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Weekly Schedule

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Weekly Schedule

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Weekly Schedule

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Offensive System

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The offensive system is based on the concept of packaging bread and butter plays with constraint plays that are created to deter defenses from over committing to the bread and butter plays. In other words it is a series based attack.

This system is adaptable to personnel, the system can be run from under center, shotgun, pistol. With heavy formations and spread formations.

The run and pass plays are incorporated with the idea of best utilizing our team’s talents.

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Offensive System

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The offensive system is based on the concept of packaging bread and butter plays with constraint plays that are created to deter defenses from over committing to the bread and butter plays. In other words it is a series based attack.

This system is adaptable to personnel, the system can be run from under center, shotgun, pistol. With heavy formations and spread formations.

The run and pass plays are incorporated with the idea of best utilizing our team’s talents.

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Offensive System

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Defensive System

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Multiple Defenses

We teach specific techniques per position and the mix and match techniques.

We will run Multiple Fronts with Multiple Coverage.

We will tailor make our defense based on ourselves and our opponents.

There is no one size fits all defense.

The K.I.L.L. philosophy is imperative.

Keep IT Likable Learnable

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Scouting Reports

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Team: Abington

They keep the same personnel on the field

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2-s

QB: 5

2-m

RB: 6, 32

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54 series

43 over - star/3 weak

43 cross

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54 series

2-10 treat like first down

2-L

43 over roll choice

Crash deuce

Fld/chce- sea/pit

Field/choice drive

34/54 series

43 over - star/3 weak

43 cross

34 series

54 series

43 over roll

43 edit comet/star

43 FSU- star

32 Deuce

Seattle/Bston- choice

30 series- outside

43 edit comet/star

43 FSU- star

32 Deuce

Seattle/Bston- choice

54/34 series

30 shade star

34 shde 3 strg

30 shdw 3 wk

34 tug 3 strg

54 tug rock

50 tug rock

Field tug rock

Field seattle

30 read 3 wk/strg

54 series

Pass

30 shde- 3 wk

34 shade- 3 str

43 over 3 wk

30 read

Backer 3

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Black Zone

Red Zone

Coming Out

2 point

Vs Power

Vs Skins

Vs naked

Vs 3 step

Vs lead sweep

On Hash

QB attack

Backer 3

44 double drive moon

44 double cannon moon

Road block

Road block all in

Backer 3

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30/34 series

43 over

No info

Backer 3

- Watch naked away from Bunch

32 FSU- Deuce

32 Crash- Deuce

32 FSU- Safe

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30 shadow – star/3 wk

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30 read 3 weak

34 slant

34 read

43 over

43 cross

50/54 tug rock

44 ND/TO/Shade out

44 ends crash

30 tug – 3 weak/star

30 shade- star

30 read 3 weak

54 read wolf

50 tug rock

50 buck shale

30 shadow

34 shadow

43 under

Seattle from back

Read from back

43 cross 54 tug

Field Tug

54 read wolf

34 drive

Field seattle or choice

Field pittsburgh or choic

Field drive or choice

32 wrap

Hawk wrap

Roll to field

34/54 series

Boston Rock

Field Drive

Buck Shale

43 edit FSU

Mix, wax, x, sex

43 over 43 field drive

44 tight 43 field boston

44 ND

43 shade field

34 drive

Vs option

Vs zone read

3 strong

3 weak

43 star comet

Tug from back 34 tug

Slant from back read backer

Read wolf read buck

30 read- 3 weak

unbal

Bunch

Vs removed 2 G/Y:

43 hawk wrap field drive

Field Tug rock ZB field

Field Seattle

Field Pittsburgh

43 over- 3 strong

43 drive from unbal

43 cross- 3 strong

43 + stunt+ 3 spy

32 + stunt + deuce (spy)

43 series

43 comet

Vs removed #2-wheel/comet-

34 shade 3 strg 44- TO/ND

30 shade 3 weak field shade

43 over/under/field drive/shade out/ - 54/34

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30 Tug

Star

Seattle Choice

Rock

10

2

43 over

Star

Rock

Boston Choice

11

50 Buck

3

43 cross

3 weak

Shale

12

4

34 tug

3 strong

43 hawk wrap

Roll

32 loop

5

34 shade

3 strong

13

Deuce

6

30 shade

Star

14

32 wrap

Deuce

7

54 Tug

Rock

15

43 Edit

Comet

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16

43 Drive Chice

Rock

32 read mike

Roll

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STARS

The Coaches award Stars for superior individual and team efforts.

The following is a list of ways a player or a starting team may earn black stars.

Offense

3 pancakes

300 yards rushing by the team (line)

100 yards rushing

100 yards receiving

big hit

super effort (determined by coaching staff)

key down field block that springs a touchdown

touchdown run or catch

touchdown pass

break 3 tackles on one play

break a 30 yard run

40 yard pass (quarterback and receiver)

average 7 yards per carry in one game (min. 10 carries)

get tackled while carrying out fake

10 Catches in a game

Special Teams

Make 3 extra points in one game

(see defensive list if applicable)

+30 yard field goal

blocked kick

+50 yard punt

make tackle on fake kick that doesn’t result in a 1st down

tackle on kickoff inside 20

30 yard punt return

punt inside 20 (punter)

50 yard kickoff return

recover onsides kick

touchdown

recover opponent onsides kick

3 tackles on special teams

Defense

Big hit

Interception

Pass deflection (lineman)

3 pass deflections (linebacker or defensive back)

5 tackles in one game (not counting special teams)

3 tackles for a loss

shutout (entire starting team)

3 and out after a turnover (entire defense on field)

shutout

defensive touchdown

sack

safety

forced fumble (recovered by defense)

fumble recovery

Super Effort determined by coaching staff

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