POINT-COUNTERPOINTTWO POINT CONVERSION STRATEGIES
© April, 2014
by JohnAllen Snyder • Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach • Phoenixville High School (PA)
Two-point conversions and their effectiveness are not often talked about. Offensive coaches always have a few plays reserved for the right time when the decision is made to “go for two”. With teams like Oregon going for two much more often than going for one, coach’s have to take this part of the game very seriously.
Gridiron Strategies has brought together two coaches, one offensive and one defensive, to go head-to-head on the philosophy, strategy and psychology of the two-point conversion. They are Christian Ozolins, ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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