2012 Offensive Line Coaches Handbook: Featuring Lectures From the 2012 C.O.O.L. Clinic

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Earl Browning
103 pages

Featuring presentations made by several of America's most outstanding coaches, including Paul Alexander, Mike Bloomgren, Dan Dorazio, Pat Flaherty, Jim McNally, Dante Scarnecchia, Mike Solari, Bob Wylie, and George Yarno. The concept of a clinic geared specifically toward addressing the needs and interests of offensive linemen came to fruition in 1982, when a group of about 18 coaches met with Jim McNally, an assistant coach with the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals at the time, in the Bengals' training facility. Coaches enjoyed this clinic and it an annual event. Traditionally, the C.O.O.L. Clinic has been held the third week in May each year to accommodate the large number of college coaches who incorporate this event into their spring schedule.

• Paul Alexander (Cincinnati Bengals)-The Coda: Techniques for Better Blocking, Better Coaching, and How to Use Your Hands in Pass Protection
• Mike Bloomgren (Stanford University)-The Power Play and How We Teach Double-Teams
• Dan Dorazio (British Columbia Lions)-Double-Under and Single-Under Blow Delivery and Run Blocking Techniques
• Pat Flaherty (New York Giants)-Combination Run and Pass Protection Techniques
• Jim McNally (Cincinnati Bengals)-Losing Ground, Tipping, A Gap Entries, and Blocking Tips
• Dante Scarnecchia (New England Patriots)-Pass Protection Drills and Techniques
• Mike Solari (San Francisco 49ers)-Developing the Run Game With Fundamentals and Drills
• Bob Wylie (Oakland Raiders)-The First Meeting With Your Unit: Laying the Groundwork for a Successful Season
• George Yarno (Detroit Lions)-Five- and Six-Man Protection Techniques and Drills