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  1. The new football season is just around the corner. I bet you want to rush into researching new offenses & defenses and all the multitude of plays that go along with these goodies. But don't forget the core football fundamentals.. Some of these are: 1. Completting a great coaching interview in front of your league Board (so you get that coaching job you want!) 2. Understanding how to recruit players 3. Continuing your football education - you can NEVER know it all! I have a football blog website that has several articles and links related to football. Feel free to research it in your quest to always become a better coach: www.coachingclearinghouse.com Also, let me know what you think about my football blog website as I want to always improve upon it. P.S. See the attached file that contains some great advice from a GREAT football coach of many years ago (funny how his advice will still rings true TODAY in youth football and in out "modern" society! - Someone once said, "the more things change, the more they really stay the same.")Successful_Coaching-Wilkinson.doc