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How to Be a High School Football Offensive Coordinator: The Most Important Coaching Position in Football is the Offensive Coordinator

How to Be a High School Football Offensive Coordinator: The Most Important Coaching Position in Football is the Offensive Coordinator

ISBN: 9781530014545
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2016-02-11
Number of pages: 68
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No position in football, player, coach or administrative, is more important than the offensive coordinator. He is responsible for the plan that enables his team to score enough to win. When a team cannot score the players, coaches, and fans lose hope of winning. When hope of winning is lost then the team begins a downward spiral. Coach Renner has called plays for 30 years, 23 years as a head coach. He finished his 30-year coaching career with a consecutive game touchdown scoring streak of 141 games, a span of 13-years. During that time his offenses averaged 31.1 points per game and 6+ wins per season. These things were achieved at four different high schools in two different states. And, all four teams became winning playoff teams. Coach Renner used the same offensive coordinator process to coach different offenses to accomplish turning around those high schools. In this book, he details the year round offensive coordinator responsibilities and process he used to achieve consistent offensive scoring results. He presents topics like “Responsibilities Unique to the Offensive Coordinator”, “Establishing an Offensive Philosophy”, “Deciding to Huddle or Not to Huddle”, “Run Play Organization and Schemes”, “Post-Season Self-Evaluation”, etc. It is not about a particular offense. It is about how to be effective with the design, planning, teaching and coordinating the implementation of an offense. Being able to draw plays and knowing schemes are not enough to score points. Neither is copying someone else’s offense or plays. An offensive coordinator has to have a system that fits his personnel and must be able to attack different opponents without having to change from week to week. Coach Renner shares with you a proven process for an offensive coordinator to follow and plan an offense that can score consistently.

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