Play Fast Football is intended to be an informational resource for High School, Junior High, and Pop Warner coaches.  It will discuss various topics that affect our level of football through the use of  video highlights, video chalk talks, and white board discussions.

I played 4 years of receiver at St Johns University in New York. After that I was a graduate assistant for 2 years at St Johns.  I have been a Head High School Coach for the last 13 years.  We are a no huddle spread offense with 3 back and option football incorporated.  On defense we are a 425 team with split field coverage principles.

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  1. I am loving these passing concept videos. Really good stuff. Thanks.

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  2. Really appreciate the blog and youtube videos. Your sessions at Glazier in Tampa were A+. Thanks.

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  3. Thanks guys, gonna do a clinic in New York and see how it goes. If all goes well maybe I will try one down here.

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  4. It would be better to teach those kids the importance of sports with their lives and some encouragement as well. Visit http://www.collegefootballfinal.com/ for more college football updates.

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  5. hey Ketz, Shut the F*** up that can be your blog.

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    1. I guess working 75 hours a week and spending more time with players than my own daughters is not enough Ketz. Appreciate the encouragement.

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  6. 75 hours a week, 2 Eagle Tokens and 30 Minutes Chipping. Well done in putting up 42 points in a half and getting second place in the 2nd Flight this past weekend at NHCC Invitational. Remember one thing. Always. NASCAR

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  7. Great blog I love all the posts especially the passing game concepts.

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  8. Today we are seeing more defensive backs stripping the football from receivers.
    It has become a football skill unto itself, requiring corners, line backers and safeties training and practicing drills to hone their ball stripping football Skills.

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    1. Stripping the ball and Take Away's need to be taught just like coverages and fronts. It is a huge part of the game and turnover circuits should be part of your practice a few times a week.

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  9. thanks for your information !
    i ilke your post ^___^

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  10. Would like to see you draw up your Q counter run game.
    THANKS

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  11. Coach Mac - What an incredible website. We are in transition from a multiple Pro Offense to a Pistol Spread. We are using your offense as a template. We are having trouble with how to communicate with our players. Cards, signals, numbers etc.......I need help

    Thanks,
    Greg LaCava
    Head Football Coach
    Colts Neck HS
    Colts Neck, NJ

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