ALFCA » Motivation

Football coaches teach a very physical game that preaches toughness and often ignoring small hurts.  98% of all football coaches played the game, and learned those lessons long ago. But coaching the game can be hazardous to the health and welfare of the coach.  Each coach should take a moment befo ...
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P.J. Fleck was hired at Minnesota to change the culture of a football program that last season had a sexual assault issue and later a team boycott.  Fleck did just that at Western Michigan, taking his team from a 1-9 opening season to a Cotton Bowl berth. His skills as a coach lie not so much on th ...
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It happens to most every team.  Especially at the smaller schools. You just don't have many returning defensive players.  Your squad has a couple of seniors who have never played much and some freshmen that have a bright future, but aren't ready to be an every down player.  You are short on speed ...
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Most people have no idea of what a complete game day is like for a head football coach.  This video from 2014 gave us a peek at Coach Jamey Dubose in his first season at Central High School in Phenix City as he prepared for his last regular season contest with Enterprise.  A graduate of Opp High S ...
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Last year ESPN analyst and former NFL player and coach Herman Edwards was on a panel discussing the future and the safety of football.  Having heard about all he could stand of the latest concerns, he went off on a very inspiring rant concerning the truth about football like only Herm could do. Thi ...
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Baylor's new Head Football Coach Matt Rhule certainly has one of the toughest jobs in college football this year as he leads the scandal ridden Baylor Bears into their 2017 season.  He has been entrusted with changing the culture at the school while still expecting success.The 41 year old former Pe ...
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