In Winning Football: The Guide to Championship Play, renowned coach Bill Ramseyer shares the expertise and insights that have guided his teams and players to success at every level of the sport. With instruction for every key technique and tactic, as well as accompanying drills and special tips for executing them when the game is on the line, you’ll find all the tools you need to develop the skills, discipline, and consistency for winning football week after week.
Winning Football: The Guide to Championship Play covers both sides of the ball, special teams play, player development, and game planning. You’ll learn how and when to use offensive formations such as the shotgun, single back, power I, and empty back as well as dominating defensive sets such as the 4-3, 3-4, nickel, and dime.
From assembling your staff to assigning player positions, this book provides you with the information, drills, and plays that will help you transform your team into a championship contender. Before you take to the sidelines, let Winning Football:The Guide to Championship Play give you the tools you need to bring home the wins!
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Elements of Success
Chapter 2 Personnel and Position Assignments
Chapter 3 Football Conditioning
Chapter 4 Individual Offensive Skills and Drills
Chapter 5 Individual Defensive Skills and Drills
Chapter 6 Team Offense
Chapter 7 Team Defense
Chapter 8 Special Teams Play
Chapter 9 Practices
Chapter 10 Game Day
"Bill Ramseyer has given football coaches a blueprint for building a successful program. Winning Football is a must-read for every coach who wants to compete at the highest level."
John Gallup -- Editor and Publisher, American Football Monthly
“From practice plans to game-day strategies, Winning Football offers the information that coaches and players need for a championship season.”
Grant Teaff -- Executive Director, American Football Coaches Association
“Winning Football is the ultimate A-to-Z guide to coaching and playing football.”
Mickey Mathews -- Head Football Coach, James Madison University
ExcerptsDefensive football drills: Intercepting the ball
Developing a successful coaching philosophy
Passing with a purpose: Sample quarterback drills