Offensive Staff Communication and Process During Game Night

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Andrew Coverdale
49 minutes

Few things are more important than clear communication during a game, but how often do you spend time trying to get better at it? Offensive Staff Communication & Process During Game Night explains how an offensive staff can be organized for each game night, what kind of information the offensive coordinator wants from his assistants, and how his team communicates in between drives when the offense is back on the sidelines. There are a lot of moving parts to playing and winning a football game. In that regard, this video discusses, in great detail, how an offensive coordinator puts his players in position so they can execute, when it matters most!

Among the Topics Covered:

  • Game night logistics
  • Openers—when to stick with your plan and when to adjust
  • Halftime processes—evaluation and adjustment
  • Communication and adjustments in the second half
  • A unique way to simulate game situations without players

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  • 5

    Posted by on Sep 4th 2019

    Great ideas and process fur getting coaches on the same page!