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Title: The Coaching Team Concept Strategies for Success in Youth Football


1
The Coaching Team ConceptStrategies for Success
in Youth Football
  • Coach Kenny Mead
  • Palm Harbor, Florida

2
Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Common Organizational Models
  • Byproduct of the Fenton Model
  • The Fenton Model
  • Standardization
  • Training
  • Support

3
Introduction - A little About Me
  • Lake Fenton Youth Football
  • Defensive Coordinator
  • Something Very Wrong!
  • Fenton Youth Football
  • Head Coach Director of Football
  • Brian Bretzke
  • Developed the Fenton Model

4
Introduction - A little About Me
  • Fenton High School
  • JV Head Coach Offensive Coordinator
  • Life Is GOOD..until
  • Job Change
  • Relocated to Tampa
  • East Lake Youth Football
  • Head Coach
  • Fenton Model
  • Coaches Training Support

5
Common Organizational Models
  • Common Learning Models
  • School of Hard Knocks
  • Trial Error
  • Whistle
  • Clip Board
  • Go Get Em Coach!
  • Pit Falls
  • Early years can be disasterous
  • Takes a while to learn the game at the youth
    level
  • Parents become impatient
  • Players often pay the price
  • Kids sometimes leave football due to bad coaching

6
Common Organizational Models
  • Common Learning Models - continued
  • Old School
  • Apprenticeship
  • Pit Falls
  • Difficult to get on a HS staff
  • Practice times dont always coincide with core
    work hours
  • HS football schemes/skills dont always translate
    well to the youth game

7
Fenton Model
  • Dave Juhl Video

8
Fenton Model
  • Which training model was Daves first
    organization utilizing?
  • School of Hard Knocks
  • Were the results favorable?

9
Fenton Model
  • Standardize
  • Train
  • Test
  • Certify
  • Support
  • Modify

10
Fenton Model
  • The Coaching Team Concept is really just a by
    product of the Fenton Model

11
Fenton Model
  • Standardize
  • Train
  • Test
  • Certify
  • Support
  • Modify

12
Fenton Model
  • Standardize
  • Double Wing Core (Minimum)
  • Toss
  • WB Counter
  • FB Counter
  • Wedge
  • Trap
  • Flood Pass
  • Gam/DC46

13
Fenton Model
  • Train P.R.O.
  • Positive Coaching
  • Red Cross First Aid CPR
  • Offensive, Defensive, Special Teams Xs Os

14
Fenton Model
  • Test/Certify
  • Did Coach Juhl enjoy the Training/Testing/Certific
    ation process?
  • Did Coach Juhl enjoy the benefits of completing
    the Training/Testing/Certification process?
  • Question to ask yourself
  • Am I willing to put in the work/effort/time to
    get similar results?

15
Fenton Model
  • Testing - Just for fun
  • Playing football at the college or high-school
    level is enough qualification to coach at the
    youth level. T or F
  • The players ignorance of their assignments is
    the fault of the coaches. T or F
  • ________________ isnt something you do _________
    someone. It is something you do ________
    someone.

16
Fenton Model
  • Testing - Just for fun - continued
  • Essay What does it mean to be contrarian? What
    is the Contrarian advantage? What is the
    difference between contrarian strategy and
    contrarian tactics? Give examples of each.

17
Fenton Model
  • Testing - Just for fun - continued
  • The typical 11-yr.-old team completes ______ of
    their passes.
  • What is the interception percentage?
  • In high school football you cannot bump a
    receiver more than five yards downfield. T or F
  • Should the best 11 athletes be on defense?
  • The offensive line is a great place to put weak
    players. T or F

18
Fenton Model
  • Testing - Just for fun - continued
  • What is the most popular block in youth football?
    Does it generally work well?
  • What effect does running repeated Wedges and off
    tackle plays have on Safetys?
  • With regard to a passers read progression, how
    many reads are recommended for youth football?
  • a. Zero to One
  • b. One to Two
  • c. Two to Three
  • d. Three to Four
  • e. Four to Five

19
Fenton Model
  • Support
  • Built in across the organization
  • Within the organization
  • Outside of the organization (Coaches Network,
    Delphi, etc.)
  • All coaches are trained in the same
  • Core Plays
  • Blocking Scheme(s)
  • Techniques and Fundamentals
  • Becomes a breeding ground for improvement and
    innovation
  • TKO - Fish
  • Wedge Sweep - Jack Gregory
  • Fenton Series - Kenny Mead
  • Direct Snap - Jack Gregory Kenny Mead
  • Youth 33 Stack - JJ Lawson
  • OverLoose/OverSpread/Bunch Passing Game - Kenny
    Mead

20
Fenton Model
  • Hinderances to Support
  • Fear (afraid to seek help or input)
  • They might think that I dont know something
  • They might think that Im not a good coach
  • THE MALE EGO
  • This is the worst hinderance!!!
  • This cause coaches to struggle season after
    season
  • It hurts the kids
  • No growth as a coach

21
  • Questions???

22
Recap
  • Introduction
  • Common Organizational Models
  • Byproduct of the Fenton Model
  • The Fenton Model
  • Standardization
  • Training
  • Support

23
Contact Info
  • Kenny Mead
  • Kmead_at_mac.com
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