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Gridiron Strategies Aug-Sep 2002  

© Copyright 2002

  • 24 Lessons Learned On The Way To A Championship
    by Hank Schrader Former Offensive And Defensive Coordinator, Bellevue High School, Bellevue, Wash.

  • Don’t Forget Who Helps Your Program
    by Mike Podoll, Associate Editor

  • 2-Point Conversion Series
    by Johnny Metcalf Former Head Coach, Erwin High School, Birmingham, Ala.

  • Pass Play Vs. Prevent Defense
    by Brad Dehem Assistant Coach, First Presbyterian Day School, Macon, Ga.

  • White Left 31 Sweep Pass
    by Chris Booth Head Coach, Peterstown Middle School, Peterstown, W.Va.

  • 133 H-Post
    by Jim Bob Bryant Assistant Coach, Williamston High School, Williamston, N.C.

  • Start By Building A Sound Special Teams Philosophy
    by Jeff Mann Former Coach, Current Athletic Director, Perry Hall High School, Baltimore, Md.

  • Jab-Draw Play Sells Pass, Rushes For Big-Time Gains
    by Mike Mizer Head Coach, Spring Hill High School, Columbia, Tenn.

  • “Double Tex” Puts The Offense In A Vice
    by John Thompson Defensive Coordinator, University Of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark.

  • Use Pre-Season Anaerobic Sprinting To Whip Your Players Into Shape
    by Brian Dessart Certified Personal Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Coach, East Rockaway High School, Long Island, N.Y.

  • Planning Your Practice Keeps Work Detailed, Efficient
    by Harold Etheridge Assistant Football Coach, United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.

  • Flood Series Drowns Defenses
    by Paul Miller Former Head Coach, St. Olaf College and Apple Valley High School, Burnsville, Minn.

  • 3-4 Stack Defense Keeps Your Opponents Guessing
    by Tim Tibesar Linebackers Coach, University of North Dakota, Fargo, N.D.




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