Punting Out of a Spread Formation
© April, 2010
by Jerry Schuplinski Special Teams Coordinator Case Western Reserve University
My job as the Special Teams Coordinator is made easier because our head coach, Greg Debeljak, allows me to have access to all of our players for special teams. This helps us put the best possible product on the field for all special teams and provides us with a great advantage compared to some of our opponents.
Our basic special team goals are as follows:
1. Make a positive impact on the outcome of the game through pride in our job, hustle, enthusiasm, and attention to detail.
2. 100% effort, ball security, and penalty-free.
3. No loafs or missed tackles.
4. Force turnovers.
5. Score or set up a score.
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