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UTTLEY: Plays that belong in a museum

UTTLEY: Plays that belong in a museum

July 16, 2019 at 6:30 amby 0 comments

In an era where safety has been made the priority, we no longer see defenceless players on either side of the ball being hit and/or blindsided. The days of the tourist shots are over. We’ve also seen considerable efforts being made by defensive coaches to lower the target zone. PlayersRead More

WOLFE: The evolution of the modern offense

WOLFE: The evolution of the modern offense

July 6, 2019 at 6:30 amby 0 comments

Rich Rodriguez (credit: Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star) In a recent article, I discussed the current advantages held by the offenses over the defenses. How did we get to this point? A brief history lesson is appropriate and will transport us to today’s approach to offensive football.

Calgary Stampeders' Simon Charbonneau-Campeau, right, makes a a catch as Edmonton Eskimos' Cauchy Muamba looks on during first half CFL West Division final football action in Edmonton, Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

WOLFE: Pass game explosion

May 16, 2018 at 6:30 amby 0 comments

Pass Game Explosion My previous article examined the decreasing importance and usage of the run game. This article will describe, as I see it, why the passing game has become so dominant. There are not too many advantages to having been around a long time, a really long time. ThereRead More

WOLFE: Why are RPOs so big??

WOLFE: Why are RPOs so big??

February 4, 2018 at 6:30 amby 1 comment

As most football fans know; the RPO (Run Pass Option) has become the “big thing” in today’s offensive football; and it is big at all levels. TV commentators discuss its merits on a regular basis. Two prominent and incredibly successful coaches; have discussed RPOs as follows – Bill Belichick –Read More

Coaching Canadian Football book, a “labour of love” for Ryan Hall

Coaching Canadian Football book, a “labour of love” for Ryan Hall

January 30, 2018 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

Coaching. It involves passion, endless hours of dedication, and the ability to connect with and help develop players and future coaches. Coaching Canadian Football has been a “labour of love” for Coach Ryan Hall who wrote and complied a book that encompassed the Canadian game with contributions from Canadian coachesRead More

 
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