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Keith Grabowski interviews the most knowledgable head coaches, coordinators, and position coaches from professional, college, and high school football. Keith and his guests discuss the philosophy, concepts, schemes, and strategies that they have learned throughout their careers. Each show includes a specific idea that can be applied to help coaches at every level find the winning edge.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast Keith Grabowski

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Keith Grabowski interviews the most knowledgable head coaches, coordinators, and position coaches from professional, college, and high school football. Keith and his guests discuss the philosophy, concepts, schemes, and strategies that they have learned throughout their careers. Each show includes a specific idea that can be applied to help coaches at every level find the winning edge.

    From The Archives - Phil Longo, Offensive Coordinator, North Carolina

    From The Archives - Phil Longo, Offensive Coordinator, North Carolina

    From the Archives: Phil Longo, Offensive Coordinator, North Carolina
    This podcast was originally recorded right after Longo made his move to Ole Miss from Sam Houston State.

    Today's guest is Phil Longo, offensive coordinator at Ole Miss. Longo talks about the difference between playing enthusiastically versus emotionally, how he evaluates players on instinctiveness and how he tweaks 7on7 time to make them even more effective for his team. He also discusses how he turns weaknesses into strengths by always optimizing his playbook.

    Show notes

    1:53 Start as a football coach

    2:52 Lessons learned as a young coach

    4:33 Building culture within an offense

    6:30 Establishing relationships with players

    8:28 Emphasizing instinct with players

    9:57 Longo's grading system for evaluating instinctiveness

    12:30 How Ole Miss breaks down its spring practice schedule

    14:09 How Longo turns weak links in the playbook into strengths

    16:39 Tweaking plays for red zone and goal line situations

    18:04 Special Teams and trick plays

    19:35 Don't install RPOs just to say you run RPOs

    20:59 Play repetition

    22:23 Coach technology

    24:45 Keys to running an effective walkthrough

    26:17 Role of assistant coaches on game day

    27:28 Getting the most from 7on7s

    29:25 The winning edge

    Coach Grabowski’s 3 key takeaways

    1) Playing enthusiastically not emotionally

    2) Having 26 plays and sticking with it

    3) Get your players to play instinctively

    • 33 min
    From The Archives - Serving Others Through Football with Mike London, Head Coach William and Mary

    From The Archives - Serving Others Through Football with Mike London, Head Coach William and Mary

    From the Archives: Serving Others Through Football with Mike London, Head Coach William & Mary

    On today’s episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, host Keith Grabowski sits down with Mike London, head coach at the College of William & Mary. Coach London has an extensive coaching history dating back to the 1980s. In 2008, London led the Richmond Spiders to their first FCS National Championship in school history. For his work that year, he was named AFCA’s FCS National Coach of the Year. In 2011, as head coach at Virginia, London won ACC Coach of the year. Most recently, London was the head coach at Howard University, where, in 2017, he led the Bison to one of the greatest upsets in recent NCAA history as they upended UNLV. This past off-season, coach accepted the job at William & Mary to be closer to his family. Coach joined the podcast today to talk about how his experiences in life have helped shaped who he is as a football coach as well as talk about the culture being built at W&M.

    Show Notes:

    1:27 Coach’s incredible journey
    6:05 How did his journey as a police officer and through life reflect on his decision to coach
    11:32 Servant leadership
    16:00 How much the history of W&M means to him
    18:43 Depth of his staff
    22:14 Constant evolution at W&M and their work with USA Football
    27:07 Evolving role of sports training technology and science
    31:09 How the game has changed and how W&M prioritizes it
    33:33 Winning Edge

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    • 36 min
    From The Archives - Scotty Walden, Interim Head Coach, Southern Mississippi

    From The Archives - Scotty Walden, Interim Head Coach, Southern Mississippi

    From the Archives - Scotty Walden, Interim Head Coach, Southern Mississippi

    Scotty Walden sits down with host Keith Grabowski in today’s episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast. Walden was the youngest head coach in the NCAA last year when he led Division III East Texas Baptist University at the age of 26. This offseason, he accepted a job coaching tight ends and receivers at Southern Miss. He discusses the simple drills he likes to teach accountability and responsibility and why young coaches should seek out non-prestigious jobs.

    Show notes

    :30 Coaching philosophy

    1:39 Start as a football coach

    3:36 On being the youngest college head coach in America last season

    5:45 Key learning moments early in career

    8:33 Building culture

    13:35 The 5 core values of Walden's program

    16:45 Pat-and-Go and run-throughs, not walk-throughs

    22:43 The versatility of Inside Zone

    24:15 Maintaining tempo while using motion and changing personnel

    27:15 Breaking down Walden's Y Cross

    30:55 Approaching situational offense during the week

    33:25 Keeping things simple (K.I.S.S.)

    35:30 Advice to a young coach

    39:15 Coaching technology

    42:45 Two-minute drill

    44:15 The winning edge

    • 47 min
    From The Archives - Travis Johansen, Defensive Coordinator, South Dakota

    From The Archives - Travis Johansen, Defensive Coordinator, South Dakota

    Today’s guest on the Coach and Coordinator podcast is Travis Johansen, the newly appointed defensive coordinator at University of South Dakota. Previously, Johansen served as the defensive coordinator at Grand View since 2013. The Vikings were 61-11 in his six seasons with five conference championships, six NAIA playoff appearances and won 2013 national title following a 14-0 campaign. Grand View finished in the top 15 of the national rankings all six seasons including four top 10 rankings.

    Johansen was a finalist for Heart of America Assistant Coach of the Year in each of the last two seasons and was a national coordinator of the year finalist in 2015. He was even featured in a Sports Illustrated article, “The Search to Save NFL Defenses,” this past November. Grand View ranked as one of the top NAIA defenses throughout Johansen’s tenure and produced seven defensive All-Americans.

    Coach Johansen joined the podcast today to talk about his famous positionless defensive concept as well as discuss some of the pillars of his defense.

    Show Notes:
    2:03 Coach’s start
    4:23 Key lessons Coach learned on his journey
    6:37 Pillars of coach’s defense
    9:31 Coach’s definition of toughness
    12:29 Changes to the game
    13:13 The culture that is developing at South Dakota
    16:40 Evolution of defenses
    20:56 Schematically putting together the defense every year
    24:21 How his new way of thinking of defense affects his recruiting
    27:38 How to prepare players during the week to play different techniques
    32:11 Teaching the big picture
    34:56 Defining coach’s defense and how he makes it his own
    37:23 Tips to coaches who would want to run a similar scheme
    39:25 Winning edge
    41:19 Connect with coach

    Connect with Coach:
    Twitter: @CoachTJohansen
    Website: goyotes.com/index.aspx?path=football

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    • 42 min
    From The Archives - Noel Mazzone, Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Wildcats

    From The Archives - Noel Mazzone, Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Wildcats

    From the Archives:

    Today’s Coach and Coordinator podcast guest is Noel Mazzone, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Arizona. This will be Mazzone’s first season at Arizona after two seasons at Texas A&M under new Wildcats head coach Kevin Sumlin. Prior to that, he was the OC at UCLA from 2012-15 and Arizona State from 2010-11. He spent four seasons in the NFL with the New York Jets as a wide receivers coach/consultant, in addition to collegiate stops at Mississippi, NC State, Oregon State, Auburn, Minnesota, TCU and Colorado State.

    Mazzone has coached in 12 bowl games with seven different teams. He’s tutored several NFL quarterbacks, including Josh Rosen and Brett Hundley at UCLA, Brock Osweiler at Arizona State and Phillip Rivers at NC State. As a player, Mazzone played quarterback at the University of New Mexico and graduated in 1980.

    On today’s show, Mazzone tells host Keith Grabowski how he puts together a game plan, integrates players and coaches in that plan, and playing with tempo.

    Show Notes

    1:58 How Mazzone created his offensive system
    6:46 Formulating the terminology
    9:16 Process of teaching terminology to players
    10:03 Plays that work better in tempo
    14:14 Preparing the number of plays they want to run on game day
    18:48 Recognizing what opposing coordinators are doing
    22:32 Building explosive plays in the game plan
    25:47 Using the “12 percent rule” in game evaluation
    30:36 Delegating game plan responsibilities to coaches/players
    34:29 Organizing a week of practice to set up for the game
    38:45 Attire and equipment for a relaxed practice day
    39:53 Teaching situational “special” plays in practice
    41:22 Pros and cons of using VR technology in practice
    45:43 The Winning Edge

    • 49 min
    From The Archives - Joe Dailey, Receivers Coach, Boston College

    From The Archives - Joe Dailey, Receivers Coach, Boston College

    From the Archives - Joe Dailey, WR Coach, Boston College shares his insight on coordinating an offense. Dailey recorded with us while he was at Liberty. He spent 2019 as New Mexico' Offensive Coordinator and now is at Boston College.

    On today’s episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast Keith Grabowski has Joe Dailey, offensive coordinator at Liberty University. Dailey is a former quarterback at Nebraska and North Carolina and used some of his personal playing experience to help influence his offensive scheme. Keith and Coach Dailey discuss what has impacted Dailey as a coach, his dynamic offensive scheme and coaching process.

    01:10 Joe Dailey's coaching journey
    02:12 Coaches that have made an impact on Dailey
    04:15 Developing offense from previous experience
    05:10 Transitioning in coaching and understanding relationships
    07:12 Advice for guys that want to be a coach
    08:35 Coach Dailey’s mistake as a young coach
    09:48 Evolution of the offense at Liberty
    10:45 Philosophy of the offense
    12:54 Offensive trends
    14:30 Defensive trends
    16:32 Coach Dailey’s favorite concepts against tight defensive fronts
    17:53 RPO in 21 & 22 personnel
    19:06 Impact play for Coach Dailey, Outside zone backside RPO
    21:20 Coaching the running back
    22:02 Offensive line
    22:25 RPO read backside
    23:35 Coaching the RPO attachments
    24:45 Explosive plays, Dailey’s explosive package
    25:00 Sail
    27:00 Training the quarterback
    30:40 Inside practice
    34:38 Gameday process
    37:00 Tools to acquire data
    38:35 Communication at halftime
    40:05 What to look for postgame on film
    41:25 Winning edge

    • 43 min

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