Thursday October 12, 2017
Riverside Notre Dame (CA): Head coach Derrick Johnson has announced his resignation.
“You just roll with it”: Shelley Meyer on navigating life as a coach’s wife
New Research: 3 Necessities in Defending RPOs from 4-2-5 Structures – The entire premise of an RPO offense lies in its ability to slow down defenses post-snap. Which is why it’s important for DCs to give their players some comfortability to play fast by building adjustments within their system. It’s a philosophy that Laguna Hills High School (CA) defensive coordinator Marty Albert has used to curtail the big play potential that RPOs present. In his exclusive X&O Labs clinic report, he details the three methods he uses in his 4-2-5 scheme to defend RPOs– muddying the QB’s read, altering B gap responsibility and blitzing the read defender. Click here to read the report.