By Earl Browning
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They have to lean on us as coaches. We have to discipline them until they can do it for themselves. That is a difficult thing for most people. The last quality we look for is persistence. If you are lucky enough to get those three qualities in a person, he is going to be hard to beat, regardless of his speed or size. If you have enough people with those qualities, you are going to be hard to be beat. We are going to try to continue to do things in the off-season to coach those things. Any day we don't scrimmage, we end up on the goal line.
We work all of the different individuals in the drill. We run to both sides. Then the second group goes. While one group is going, the other one is getting ready. We do not want to waste time. We work on the plays we need to go over for that day. Again, you have to work your center both ways. On one play he goes to the right, and the next play he goes to the left. We do not flip-flop. We are right side, left side. Most people say flip-flopping is the best thing. The one thing I would be afraid on flip-flopping would be pass protection.
This gives us a 1 and a 5 technique to the split-end side. We are in a 3 and a 9 technique to the tight-end side. We move and jump or stem into those sets. The offense likes to come to the line and call their play. " If the offense comes out with a back strong, we can take the Sam linebacker, walk him up on the line outside the defensive end, and bring him. The defensive end takes an inside charge and covers the Sam linebacker's gap and the Sam linebacker takes the defensive end's responsibility.
1997 Coach of the Year Clinics Football Manual (Coach of the Year Clinics Football Manuals) by Earl Browning