Art Briles has transformed the Baylor football program into one of the best football programs in the nation. In this video, Briles goes into great depth about his coaching philosophy, his special teams philosophy, special teams punt schemes, and provides an overview of his zone and power run game.
Starting with his coaching philosophy, Coach Briles explains the benefits of using a two platoon system, even at the collegiate level, because it helps players understand the game of football on both sides of the ball.
Moving to Special Teams play, Coach Briles shares his special teams philosophy and how important it is to be unpredictable in the kicking game. Briles explains how he uses the shield punt to attack the defense against a regular return, safe return, block look and using expanded splits. He also shows how to adjust your splits on a punt formation to create advantages for fakes, coverage, and protection versus block looks - you never want to be predictable on special teams.
Coach Briles changes gears and discusses several base runs, Zone and Power, that Baylor's offense uses, as well as some play action concepts off of those runs. He shares some game footage of the inside zone, power, and play action passes that they use to attack the defense.
Baylor has regained its position as a nationally recognized football program during Coach Art Briles' time as head coach. His strong dedication to his philosophies and his knowledge of the game of football are the reasons behind the program's success.
Produced at the 2013 Las Vegas (NV) Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.
56 minutes. 2013.
I am disappointed with this video for a couple reasons. 1st: I'm not that interested in hearing the coach of the nations top offense talk about his punt team.(Maybe I shouldn't have bought a shield punt DVD). I know that's in the title, but I was expecting a little more than ten minutes given to offense; I bought the DVD for the offensive discussion part. I think Coach Briles is one of the best at promoting his players, but I don't like it when he does it on a clinic tape for 15 minutes. I didn't buy this to hear about how awesome your LG is.
If your interested in the offensive part of the DVD, watch the sample thats given, that itself is four of the twelve minutes he spends on offense.
If your interested in finding out how cool Baylor is, and about their punt team that they barely use, then this DVD is for you.
First 10/15 minutes: Basic coaching philosophy.
Next 30: Shield punt
Last 10/15: Awesome Baylor stats you could look up online, and a few cut ups of their zone and power play that every coach in America knows how to block. There is nothing revolutionary that is offered in this DVD, very basic stuff.
Good philosophy but not technical - Great "when and why" but not much "how." Great game film cutups
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