(Those who've already ordered it and have been waiting can tell you how long it's taken me to put it together.) My intent is to show how I build the offense with "blocks" - teaching the linemen just 8 "Building Blocks." Each building block enables your backs to run dozens of plays.
It's the most detailed "how-to" book on the Double Wing ever published.
Subjects cover but aren't limited to coaching, leadership, character, football history and current football happenings, education, parenting, citizenship and patriotism, other sports, and even, sometimes, my offense.) THE NEW DOUBLE WING PLAYBOOK IS BEING SHIPPED!
This book represents the knowledge and experience I've accumulated in my more than 25 years of running and teaching the Double Wing.
Not everything over there is fully functional yet, and the internal links still point to this blog, and will for the indefinite future.
So all the old material will be left here for archival purposes, with comments turned off.
Perhaps this explains their lack of success in war.
*********** Gerald Eskenazi, long-time New York Times sportswriter and author of 16 books, wrote in The Wall Street Journal, “I chuckle when I hear an American announcer give the result of a 1-0 soccer game as “1-nil.” Does he take a “lift” instead of an elevator in his office? ” *********** Our local newspaper, the Vancouver Columbian, is a poster child for why American newspapers are dying.
In other years, there would be a story or two every day about this kid or that kid and where he was going to college, blah, blah, blah.The story was about a kid who’d suffered three of them since eighth grade, and had finally decided that that was enough.Now, according to the story, he “got proactive about his health and well-being.” He decided to turn down a scholarship to play football at NAIA Montana Tech. Now, I was pretty pissed at the idea that with maybe 70 kids, each with stories of their own, they had to go negative.*********** My son-in-law, Rob Love, an attorney in Durham, North Carolina, went to Duke, where he met my daughter.He’s originally from Montclair, New Jersey, where one of his classmates, whom he visited while he was in Portland recently, is the daughter of the great Jerry Izenberg.