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  3. Need some help on what the best 5 on 5 flag defensive strategy would be when my best 4 players are missing for the game this weekend.
  4. My Mike LB calls out the strong side and motion direction so D-line knows what they are doing and what the other LBers should be doing during that play, we run a 3-3-5/6-2/5-3 and a 4-4. 5th and 6th grade team but they all call out pass pass pass/ball ball ball but yes its usually me screaming reverse. In the case of zone coverage my safety will call out tight or lose depending on his position and a read of the offensive set(but i will most likely tell(yell) the S and cover guys.)
  5. It depends on the type of athletes you have on the field, my 6-2 starts off as a 5-3 we shift our D-line strong 1 gap(Mike calls the shifts and motions)(D-Line slants strong side and if we see motion Lou and Rob linebackers slant motion side. We are bringing 8 unless TE releases) and bring the weak side LB up as a 2nd DE. Only thing that burns us is a quick I mean quick pop pass for a gain of 4 to 8 yards. But we are working on that read with our backers with a delay an read. Like coach G of BT said dont run outside thats what we are waiting for since you offensive guys love your speed game. Good Luck
  6. Hey coach, Sorry for the late response. To busy at work and haven't looked at the forums for awhile. I think we have all run into some variance of your situation and it can be difficult when the kid doesn't really have an interest in playing but that is youth sports and in the bigger picture winning and losing isn't that big of a deal at that age. My only advise would be to keep looking for an area that he can have some small successes at. Spend as much time as you can in practice making it simple for him in regards to what you want him to do. On Defense it's pretty easy. Rush the pass and go get the ball. Offense is a different matter as teams will quickly figure out they don't have to worry about him. My only thought is that you throw it to him once in a while even if it's low or way over his head just to keep teams a little honest and make him think that he at least has to be ready as the ball may be coming to him. I would love to hear how things worked out for you.
  7. Hi All, I am new to this form, so I apologize if this is a question that has already been discussed. In short, I coach a youth flag football team (ages 9-11 years old) that consists of 9 players in total. We play 5 on 5 games that consist of 40 minutes. Substitutions occur every 5 minutes, in which I am required to clear my entire bench. All players must play a minimum of 20 minutes. That being said, I am struggling to find a solution to a major dilemma that has been our Achilles heel this season. We have 8 solid players with prior football experience and that understand the game, however, we have 1 player that has never played football EVER. Moreover, his parents have forced him to sign up and play, and the kid shows no interest in what is going on in practice/games. As much as I try to pull him aside and explain things 1-1 with him, nothing seems to work. He can't catch, doesn't understand how to play defense, and is timid every time he steps on to the field. Given that I have to sub every 5 minutes, he is a major liability to both our offense/defense and teams are starting to figure out how they can exploit his weakness. I currently have him as a designated rusher on defense, as he cannot grasp the concept of man or zone D, and I am honestly clueless as to where I can put him on the offense since he is essentially a non-factor. Does anyone have any advice or experience working with 1 player who is significantly inferior to the rest of the team, and if so, what are some ideal defensive/offensive sets in which I can limit the liability he creates. Please note I am not putting this kid down and am his biggest proponent, yet nothing is working and we keep loosing to team we should beat as a result. I look forward to hearing your feedback!!!
  8. Hi All, I am new to this form, so I apologize if this is a question that has already been discussed. In short, I coach a youth flag football team (ages 9-11 years old) that consists of 9 players in total. We play 5 on 5 games that consist of 40 minutes. Substitutions occur every 5 minutes, in which I am required to clear my entire bench. All players must play a minimum of 20 minutes. That being said, I am struggling to find a solution to a major dilemma that has been our Achilles heel this season. We have 8 solid players with prior football experience and that understand the game, however, we have 1 player that has never played football EVER. Moreover, his parents have forced him to sign up and play, and the kid shows no interest in what is going on in practice/games. As much as I try to pull him aside and explain things 1-1 with him, nothing seems to work. He can't catch, doesn't understand how to play defense, and is timid every time he steps on to the field. Given that I have to sub every 5 minutes, he is a major liability to both our offense/defense and teams are starting to figure out how they can exploit his weakness. I currently have him as a designated rusher on defense, as he cannot grasp the concept of man or zone D, and I am honestly clueless as to where I can put him on the offense since he is essentially a non-factor. Does anyone have any advice or experience working with 1 player who is significantly inferior to the rest of the team, and if so, what are some ideal defensive/offensive sets in which I can limit the liability he creates. Please note I am not putting this kid down and am his biggest proponent, yet nothing is working and we keep loosing to team we should beat as a result. I look forward to hearing your feedback!!!
  9. Yeah, I have learned quite a bit from this forums over the years, but the activity seems to have really died down a lot. I'm not sure why ... did everyone move to some other site?
  10. NJB Maui Upcountry Hoops Summer Basketball Tournament Girls and Boys Bracket June 14-16, 2019 Maui, Hawaii 96768 AGE GROUP: 14U (No High School) ENTRY FEE: $250 OUT OF STATE DEADLINE: February 15th, 2019 AWARD TOURNAMENT: 1st and 2nd Place Trophies 3 POINT CONTEST: 1st and 2nd Place Trophies FORMAT: Double Elimination Bracket 2- 14 Minute Halves Stop Clock RULES: NFHS Rules including NJB Maui modified rules Snack Meals provided for each player after each game CONTACT INFORMATION Steve Dumlao, League Director steved.mauinjb@hotmail.com 2019 njb maui summer Basketball Tournament.pdf
  11. Hey all, I found this forum, but it looks quite dead. Just wondering if anyone is still around.
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