Coaching Football: Three Keys to a Good Offense

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Coaching Football: Three Keys to a Good Offense

Mike Turk

Head Coach Huntingdon College

"You can be good at a lot of things, but you better be able to get a yard when you need a yard" in order to be successful on offense. Your athletes also need to know how to succeed on the Third Down and how to score from anyway in order to be successful as an offensive team. In this football video series, Head Football Coach Mike Turk of Huntingdon College discusses his coaching approach to building a successful offensive football team.

Football Offense: The Third Down

The Third Down is the determining factor in whether or not "the drive stays alive." A good offensive football team must be proficient in handling Third Down situations. Coach discusses ways to maximize the success of your offense to keep the drive going.

Football Offense: Short Yardage

"You can be good at a lot of things, but you better be able to get a yard when you need a yard" in order to be successful on offense. Here are some coaching tips to help your team strengthen their short yardage skills.

Football Offense: Scoring

In order to be a good offense you have to be able to score from anywhere. Coach discusses how Personnel and Play Calling impact the ability of an offense to score.