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Open Practice - Station Drills for Offense

with Kevin Donley,
University of Saint Francis Head Coach;
2x NAIA National Champions (2016, 2017);
4x AFCA NAIA National Coach of the Year (1991, 2004, 2016, 2017);
2x VSN National Coach of the Year (2016, 2017);
10x MSFA MEL Coach of the Year;
13x MSFA MEL Championships;
over 330 career wins;
over 40 years of coaching experience at the collegiate level

Patrick Donley,
University of Saint Francis Co-Offensive Coordinator;
has helped 29 receivers earn all-conference and national honors while at USF

and Trevor Miller,
University of Saint Francis Co-Offensive Coordinator;
has helped five linemen be named AFCA All-America and 20 earn all-conference honors;
American Football Monthly 2006 Strength Coach of the Year

Does your team's offense need a boost?

In this video with Saint Francis University head coach Kevin Donley and co-offensive coordinators Patrick Donley and Trevor Miller, you will discover how to make your offensive players more effective at their respective positions, plus see how to make your offensive execution improve as a whole.

Practice Organization Philosophy

Coach Donley starts this presentation by explaining his basic philosophy regarding practice structure and focus during different phases of the year. He explains why your focus during spring practice and pre-season camp should be on fundamentals and building skill proficiency through repetition. Also, Donley explains how his program focuses on the pace and tempo of practice to get on and off the field in no more than 90 minutes. Altogether, you'll learn:

  • When is the best time to install scheme.
  • How to organize practice to get the most out of your time.
  • When to incorporate 1-on-1 drills to breed competition.

Drills for All Position Groups

Coach Donley, as well as several of his assistant coaches, spend the majority of the video describing various drills that they use in practice to build skills that are needed during games. You'll hear the coaches talk through the finer points of the drills and techniques that are demonstrated. Finally, you will see several great offensive line run blocking and pass blocking drills!

This video is a comprehensive look at how a championship level college football program practices to build an explosive and balanced offense. There's no doubt that Coach Donley and his staff will help your program get better on the offensive side of the ball.

89 minutes. 2020.

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AJ Blazek Offensive Line 3-Pack

with A.J. Blazek,
North Dakota State University Offensive Line Coach;
helped NDSU rush for a school-record 4,601 yards in 2019 en route to a perfect 16-0 record;
led NDSU to the 4th-ranked FCS rushing offense (287.6 yards per game) in 2019; NDSU also led the FCS in tackles for loss allowed (3.56 per game);
former Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Offensive Line;
former Western Illinois Offensive Line Coach/Run Game Coordinator;
as a player, was a 2x All-Big Ten Lineman at the University of Iowa

Coach A.J. Blazek joined North Dakota State football, a powerhouse dynasty in the heartland of the country, in 2019 and proceeded to help the Bison to a perfect 16-0 record in his first season as offensive line coach. Coach Blazek has fully immersed himself in the championship culture at NDSU and is now ready to share how "the NDSU way" churns out championship seasons year after year.

This video is about building a championship run game. You'll see how to piece together a superior ground attack that you can create and recreate every year!

Building the Foundation

Blazek's first point is to build your foundation on your people. He helps define the qualities that would lead you to success when choosing gap or zone blocking for your O-line. His explanations are detailed enough to give you a direction, while avoiding taking things too far to disallow your own interpretation as a coach.

Adjustments and Drills

Coach Blazek's second focus, for once your base offense has been established, is the week-to-week adjustments you'll need to make to find success on the field. You'll discover the "where, why, how, and what" you'll need to fine-tune your offense to keep your opponent's defense on its heels. Blazek details how NDSU studies what their opponents will do so they can put their athletes and coaching staff in a position to succeed.

Finally, in his final focus within this video, Coach Blazek gives you off-season drills that NDSU uses for the development of their offensive linemen. These drills address the core components of elite linemen, including stance, posture and movement techniques.

Regardless of the style of blocking your offensive line uses, this video from Coach Blazek is a gold mine as it gives you a step-by-step breakdown of what a winning strategy looks like for one of the highest-achieving programs in college football.

64 minutes. 2020.


with A.J. Blazek,
North Dakota State University Offensive Line Coach;
helped NDSU rush for a school-record 4,601 yards in 2019 en route to a perfect 16-0 record;
led NDSU to the 4th-ranked FCS rushing offense (287.6 yards per game) in 2019; NDSU also led the FCS in tackles for loss allowed (3.56 per game);
former Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Offensive Line;
former Western Illinois Offensive Line Coach/Run Game Coordinator;
as a player, was a 2x All-Big Ten Lineman at the University of Iowa

A-Gap Power is the base play for the seemingly unbeatable NDSU Bison. Coach A.J. Blazek, a "self-professed zone guy", has embraced the NDSU gap scheme culture and is now an enthusiastic gap convert ready to share his system. Highlighting the similarities and differences between the zone blocking scheme and the gap blocking scheme, Blazek provides a thorough breakdown of responsibilities and execution of the A-Gap Power play.

A-Gap Principles and Rules

Defining four A-gap principles, Blazek puts in place the template for every player in the NDSU offense. Reviewing game film, he shows you how to apply these principles to any defense, formation, or scheme your opponent might run against you.

Next, Blazek outlines three gap scheme rules for the offensive line and defines a simple template that can be applied to every situation. His philosophy is to "rep it, rep it, rep it" so that his offensive linemen are used to seeing the chaos of game day and can respond appropriately within his gap sche

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Developing a Dominant Pass Rush

with Darryl Blackstock,
College of William & Mary Defensive Assistant;
seven-year NFL linebacker/defensive end with the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders, and Baltimore Ravens;
played linebacker at the University of Virginia - 3x All-ACC honoree and Sporting News ACC Defensive Freshman of the Year

Darryl Blackstock's seven-year career in the NFL provided him with a wealth of experience that he's since brought with him to the coaching staff at the College of William & Mary. You'll see much of his knowledge brought to life in this video covering all angles of an effective pass rush. Blackstock gives you his keys to controlling the pass game, playing as a unit, and developing players with high IQ before presenting drills that you can adopt to train your own pass rushers.

Pass Rush IQ and Point System

Pass rush IQ centers around having in-game awareness and an understanding of the opposing quarterback's mechanics according to Coach Blackstock. Players must also know the pass protectors and protection scheme. You will learn to train your athletes to be aware of the in-game situation and apply what they learned in film study leading up to the game to make big plays when the lights are on. Additionally, Blackstock covers what to look for from the offense in order to set up your pass rush for success before the ball is even snapped.

Next, Coach Blackstock breaks down his pass rush point system, which is comprised of five parts:

  • A - Alignment & Stance
  • B - Get Off
  • C - Move
  • D - Countermoves
  • E - Finish

He goes in-depth on each of the five components of his point system in order to make it easier for you to adopt with your own program.

Film Room and Drills

One of the great attributes of this video is it includes a film room section where Blackstock walks you through exactly what to look for regarding pass rush during games. A number of tactics and results are addressed, both good and bad, to help you understand keys to the pass rush.

Finally, Coach Blackstock includes some of his favorite drills that reinforce the desirable skills in elite pass rushers. Drills covered include multiple Hoop Drills, the Mirror Hand Up Drill, the Hip Turn Drill, and Hand Combat Drills.

Unleash a fierce pass rush on your opponents this season using the strategies and drills of Coach Blackstock!

45 minutes. 2020.

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Running Routes vs. Coverages & Passing Tree

with Mike London Jr.,
College of William & Mary Wide Receivers Coach;
former Howard University Wide Receivers Coach;
in 2018, helped Howard rank 4th nationally in yards per catch and 16th in passing offense

Mike London Jr. grew up around football and has experienced success at the high school and collegiate levels so far during his coaching career. He coached 21 high school student-athletes who went on to compete at the Division I level, in addition to helping Howard University rank fourth nationally in yards per catch (17.27) and 16th in passing offense (278 yards per game) in 2018.

Now, London brings his expertise on receiver play to you. In this video, you'll get techniques that will take your receivers to the next level, as well as the routes and adjustments your offense needs to move the ball consistently.

Crucial Elements of Receiver Play

Coach London starts with an overview of some of the most important factors of wide receiver play. He demonstrates how he teaches stance and start against both press and off-coverage looks. You'll get several drills that reinforce the footwork, posture, and catching technique required to be an outstanding receiver. Additionally, London provides insight as to how he teaches his receivers to complete their route breaks to put themselves into position to make a great catch.

Routes Against a Variety of Coverages

Next, you will learn several of the routes that are used in conjunction with William & Mary's pass game concepts. Several common routes such as the hitch, slant, quick out, deep out, comeback, post, and fade are covered. Conversions to routes that are used against certain coverages are also detailed by Coach London. Finally, you'll see practice film of each route against cover 2, 3, and 4, as well as press man, and off-man coverages.

This is a great addition to any football coach's library. Coach London gives a detailed overview of route running and wide receiver play.

64 minutes. 2020.

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Run Blocking Drills

with Steve Loney,
over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

If your team has a great run blocking offensive line, chances are you're going to win your fair share of games. In this video from 40-year coaching veteran Steve Loney, you'll get some of the tried and true methods that he's used to help offensive linemen clear space on the ground. Loney covers all aspects of run blocking, including drills, techniques and coaching points.

Daily Individual Drills for OL Fundamentals

Coach Loney starts with an explanation of the most effective way to organize individual drills that teach specific skills relative to offensive line play. During this on-field presentation, Loney gives tips that you can use to maximize practice time while giving your players specific feedback during each drill. Several drills are demonstrated that teach stance and start, as well as proper strike and hand placement. You'll get Coach Loney's "two-step drill" that teaches aiming points and strike, as well as his "leverage drill" to train regaining pad level if a lineman gets in a bad position.

Drills to Teach Individual Blocks

Next, Loney demonstrates several drills that teach offensive linemen proper hand placement and aiming points on the base block, cut off block, and reach block. He also covers how he teaches linemen to pull and kick out a first level defender, or block a second level defender. All together, you'll learn:

  • The "Base drill" that teaches the first two steps, aiming point, base, and hand placement.
  • How Coach Loney teaches the reach and cut off blocks.
  • How to execute combination blocks commonly used in zone blocking schemes.
  • The "Leverage lock up" drill that teaches linemen to maintain position on a reach block when the defender tries to fall back on the cut of the running back.

This is a fantastic video that will give you several drills and ideas to help you develop more complete offensive linemen. With the help of Coach Loney, your offensive line will run block like a well-oiled machine next season!

47 minutes. 2019.

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