Tight End Driven Multiple Gun Offense by Eric Marty

Who is Coach Marty?

Tight End Driven Multiple Gun Offense by eric marty

California Golden Coast Conference’s 2018 & 2019 Coach of the Year Eric Marty’s TIGHT END DRIVEN MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE has propelled Reedley College Tigers to back to back 10-1 seasons, conference championships, and Top-5 Offense Rankings in California (out of 68 CA JUCO teams).

Reedley averaged 45.7 points per game this season (4th best in the state), and 41.5 points per game in 2018 (7th best in the state). The Tigers have also piled up the yardage on the ground and through the air, ranking 10th in total offense this season at 438.7 yards per game, and 5th in 2018 at 484.5 yards per game.

His system will show you how to involve tight ends and multiple personnel groupings to maximize your efficiency in all phase of your offense. Coach Marty’s starting quarterbacks have finished 2nd and 5th in efficiency in the state the past two years, the Tigers’ starting tailback in 2019 led the state in yards per carry, rushed for over a thousand yards, and led the state in all-purpose yardage. His has had more catches than any other collegiate TE group in the past two years.

Most impressively, Coach Marty was able to use his system to help transform Reedley from a 1-9 team on probation to back-to-back 10-1 seasons and conference championships.

He will break down the logistics of his offense from formations and motions, terminology, blocking rules, route concepts, quarterback reads, multiple RPO concepts and presentations, and much much more.

When you watch the Tigers play on game day, you will see a team that runs more offense (different formations, motions, plays, and concepts) that most college teams at any level, and is ultra efficient and effective doing it. He will teach you the foundational principles to his TIGHT END DRIVEN MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE so that you can implement at whatever level you are at!

Before accepting the Reedley Head Coach position, Coach Marty served as the Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, and Quarterbacks Coach at East Los Angeles College in 2015. At ELAC, he helped rebuild the program, revamping facilities and the roster, and leaving the foundation for ELAC’s conference championship in 2016.
Prior to ELAC, Coach Marty was the Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks, and Receivers Coach at Moorpark College. Coach Marty took their offense from 64th in the state to 14th in just two years. He coached six All-Conference players.

Coach Marty received his first collegiate coaching job in 2012 at NCAA DII Oklahoma Panhandle State University where he served as the Receivers Coach and was promoted to Special Teams Coordinator.

Prior to his foray into coaching collegiate football Coach Marty served as Tight Ends and Receivers Coach (2009) and then the Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks, and Receivers Coach (2011, 2010) at his alma mater Meadowdale High School in Lynnwood, Washington. Meadowdale went 11-1 in 2009 and 2011 reaching the quarterfinals of the Washington State 3A state playoffs.

PLAYING CAREER

Coach Marty quarterbacked and punted for Meadowdale High School where he started his junior and senior at QB and finished with an overall record of 14-6. He also was the captain of Meadowdale’s 2004 3A Washington State Championship soccer team and named 2004 Washington State 3A Soccer Player of the Year by the Seattle Times Newspaper.
He went on to play collegiately at Chapman University 2004-2008 where he started three seasons at quarterback. Coach Marty compiled a 14-8 record as a starter, broke 6 school passing records, and led the team to back-to-back winning seasons in 2007 and 2008 for the first time since 1995, 1996.
After graduating from Chapman, he signed a contract to play professionally in Europe for the Bolzano Giants in 2009. He would go on to play for four teams in four years in the Italian and Austrian Football Leagues (Bolzano Giants 2009, Danube Dragon 2010, Bologna Warriors 2011, and Catania Elphants 2012). In four years, Coach Marty quarterbacked his teams to four first place League finishes, four championship games, won the 2009 Italian Superbowl with the Bolzano Giants, and the 2010 Austrian Bowl XXVI with the Danube Dragons. He was also named the Most Valuable Player of Austrian Bowl XXVI. Coach Marty’s finished his professional career with a 39-8 overall record. 152 touchdown passes to 30 interceptions (5-1 TD-INT ratio).

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  • Course 1 Formations in Multiple Gun Offense
  • Course 2: Comprehensive Motion System
  • Course 3: Personnel, Communication, Alignment, Cadence
  • Course 4 Inside Zone & Zone Read
  • Course 5: Outside Zone
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  • Course 1 Formations in Multiple Gun Offense
  • Course 2: Comprehensive Motion System
  • Course 3: Personnel, Communication, Alignment, Cadence
  • Course 4 Inside Zone & Zone Read
  • Course 5: Outside Zone
  • Course 6 Power & Power Read
  • Course 7: Counter Shemes
  • Course 8: Pin & Pull
  • Course 9: QB Run Schemes
  • Course 10: Fly Sweep in Run Game
  • Course 11: Trick Plays & Exotic Formations
  • Course 12: Runs vs Blitzing, Moving Defenses
  • Course 13: Goal Line Runs & Red Zone Pass
  • Course 14: Perimeter RPOs
  • Course 15: Downfield RPOs
  • Course 16: QB Reads & Responsibilities
  • Course 17: Quick & DropBack Pass Protections
  • Course 18: Quick Pass Game
  • Course 19: Intermediate Pass Game
  • Course 20: Vertical Pass Plays
  • Course 21: WR & RB Screens
  • Course 22: Boot Leg Pass & Protections
  • Course 23: Play Action Pass & Protections
  • Course 24: Sprint Out Pass & Protections
  • Course 25: O-Line Drills & Technique
  • Course 26 RB Drills & Techniques
  • Course 27 WR Drills & Technique
  • Course 28: QB Drills & Techniques
  • Course 29 Practice Planning & Installation
  • Course 30 Scouting & Attacking Opponents
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What is in the course?

Course 1 Formations in Multiple Gun Offense

Back-to-Back Conference Coach of the Year after taking an 0-10 team on academic probation to 20-2 record and a bowl win. After boasting the 5th ranked offense in California in 2018, the TIGHT END DRIVEN MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE was again Top 10 in the state for both total offense & rushing TDs. Their are 68 JUCO teams in California.

Prior to Reedley, Coach Marty served as the Head Coach & OC at East Los Angeles College in 2015, helped rebuild the program for a conference championship in 2016. As an OC at Moorpark College in 2014, the TIGHT END DRIVEN MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE went from 64th in the state to 14th in just two years. Marty also was a receiver coach in 2012 at D3 Oklahoma Panhandle State University.

Coach Marty also has coached WR (2009) and was OC (2011, 2010) at Meadowdale High School in WA. Meadowdale went 11-1 in 2009 and 2011 reaching the quarterfinals of the State 3A playoffs. Marty went 14-6 as a high school QB and was the state player of the year in soccer. He played QB at Chapman University and then led four different teams to first place finished in Europe Professional Leagues, culminating with the 2009 Italian Superbowl Championship. He was also named the Most Valuable Player of Austrian Bowl XXVI. Coach Marty’s finished his professional career with a 39-8 overall record. 152 touchdown passes to 30 interceptions (5-1 TD-INT ratio).

Course 2: Comprehensive Motion System

Back-to-Back Conference Coach of the Year after taking an 0-10 team on academic probation to 20-2 record and a bowl win. After boasting the 5th ranked offense in California in 2018, the TIGHT END DRIVEN MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE was again Top 10 in the state for both total offense & rushing TDs. Their are 68 JUCO teams in California.

Prior to Reedley, Coach Marty served as the Head Coach & OC at East Los Angeles College in 2015, helped rebuild the program for a conference championship in 2016. As an OC at Moorpark College in 2014, the TIGHT END DRIVEN MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE went from 64th in the state to 14th in just two years. Marty also was a receiver coach in 2012 at D3 Oklahoma Panhandle State University.

Coach Marty also has coached WR (2009) and was OC (2011, 2010) at Meadowdale High School in WA. Meadowdale went 11-1 in 2009 and 2011 reaching the quarterfinals of the State 3A playoffs. Marty went 14-6 as a high school QB and was the state player of the year in soccer. He played QB at Chapman University and then led four different teams to first place finished in Europe Professional Leagues, culminating with the 2009 Italian Superbowl Championship. He was also named the Most Valuable Player of Austrian Bowl XXVI. Coach Marty’s finished his professional career with a 39-8 overall record. 152 touchdown passes to 30 interceptions (5-1 TD-INT ratio).

Course 3: Personnel, Communication, Alignment, Cadence

Coach Marty will walk you through their game day logistics of calling and communicating personnel, formations, and plays.

Additionally he will show you some of his favorite stress points and ways to drill your presnap operation to ensure maximum efficiency and minimize any presnap issues or penalties.

Course 4 Inside Zone & Zone Read

This course is over an hour long!!!

Coach Marty breaks down their user friendly INSIDE ZONE and ZONE READ running plays.

He will talk about the

  • offensive line ID’s,
  • techniques & footwork for every position,
  • universal rules they give their tight ends.

Course 5: Outside Zone

Coach Marty breaks down their outside zone, and goes into great detail about the nuances of what they are trying to accomplish when running it – and how to coach your guys so they are able to get it done.

Additionally Coach Marty will talk about the importance of syncing your back’s footwork and pace in order to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of the scheme.

Course 6 Power & Power Read

Coach Marty’ breaks down two of football best run plays.  Power (1 Back) and Power Read – and shows you the rules, coaching points, and presentations for two of the plays that have made them consistently one of the top rushing offenses in California.

He will also go into great detail about the tight ends rules, responsibilities on both schemes as well as how to adapt it out of 12 personnel formations to be even more devastating.

Course 7: Counter Shemes

Coach Marty’ breaks down the rules, techniques, and multiple presentations they use to run their counter scheme.

Every offense develops tendencies and running counter is a great way to offset those and attack a defense that is overplaying the strong side run.

Course 8: Pin & Pull

Pin and pull concepts have become increasingly popular in the last 5 years.

Why? It’s easy to implement!

Similar to how zone, gap and power schemes work – the pin & pull scheme has a set of rules which allow for lineman to communicate with each other to execute the best possible blocking scenario. The base rules for the pin & pull system are as such:

  • If uncovered, pull play-side
  • Down blocks fill for the pulling lineman, typically in the back-side gap (which tend to be an easier leverage block)
  • Running backs follow the pulling lineman for added downfield blocking support

The pin and pull system looks similar to the outside zone play, as it still has some of the same characteristics, such as arc releasing and reach blocking.  The RB also has the same aiming point

on both PIN & PULL and Outside Zone.

However, in the pin-pull sweep, the down blocks give linemen better blocking angles instead of the reach and run technique used in a typical outside zone play.

The pin and pull starts up front, with the ease it presents offensive linemen.

There can be as many as 3 linemen pulling !!!

It’s easy to understand for the linemen. 

WANT TO RUN RPOs??   The biggest advantage is that no linemen are downfield immediately. That provides roughly 1.5 seconds for the quarterback before the linemen even consider leaving the line of scrimmage.

Since the team can run the ball anytime it needs to, the offense is always right if the QB makes correct reads

  • that QB can always take off and run,
  • or pass over the top if the defender comes up as run support.

Course 9: QB Run Schemes

Coach Marty’ breaks down the rules, techniques, and multiple presentations they use when it is time to run their QB.

He doesn’t like to run his QB often, but when the Tigers do, they are deadly efficient because of the formations, motions, and presentations they use when running their QB.

Course 10: Fly Sweep in Run Game

Coach Marty’ breaks down the rules, techniques, and multiple presentations they use when it is time to run their QB.

He doesn’t like to run his QB often, but when the Tigers do, they are deadly efficient because of the formations, motions, and presentations they use when running their QB.

Course 11: Trick Plays & Exotic Formations

Whether it’s a game you expect to win, or one you are a heavy underdog – having one or two special plays in your back pocket to steal a touchdown can change the game.

Coach Marty breaks down the wide varieties of specials they have carried into game weeks the past few years, and most importantly talks about the why.  Why did they install that look that week against that particular opponent.  Most worked, a few didn’t.  But carrying a few specials is a trademark of the Tiger Offense.

Defenses know they are going to have to line up and play great defensive football to slow Reedley’s Offense down, and often the trick play touchdown is the straw that breaks the camels back.

You’ll see some stuff you maybe know, you’ll see a couple ideas you probably never have – either way it may be a good way for your program to steal a couple TDs this coming fall.

Course 12: Runs vs Blitzing, Moving Defenses

In order for your offense to be truly great, you need to have an answer for everything a defense may throw at you.

Furthermore in order for you kids to trust and buy into your system you have to be able to coach them and put them in positions to be successful regardless of how tough the defensive look is – and this is especially true when teaching your lineman how to block teams that want to blitz and move against the run game.

Because of the success Reedley College has had on offense the past two years, a number of teams have just resorted to Cover – 0 Pressure, and repeatedly bringing pressure in the hope that that will slow down the Reedley Run Game.  Spoiler alert it hasn’t.

In response Coach Marty has developed a concise methodology in scheme and technique to ensure his players are in a position to be successful from a scheme, rule, and technique standpoint even when teams are blitzing and moving.  In this chapter he will walk you through how to turn the tide on those pressure defenses, and get your running game off regardless.  Your going to love this chapter!

Course 13: Goal Line Runs & Red Zone Pass

The goal is to score touchdowns, and when you get inside the Red Zone and Goal Line, with the condensed space, and extra defenders near the line of scrimmage often it takes a little more creativity to get the ball those final few yards into the end zone.

Coach Marty will walk you through how defenses typically morph in the Red Zone and Goal Line and how Reedley attacks defenses in these situations with multiple Tight Ends, Motion, and of course Play Action!

When it comes to getting into the endzone no one has done it better than the Tigers the past two years, they finished 2nd in the state this year in Touchdowns with 67 in 11 games, and 5th in 2018 with 63 in 11 games.

Course 14: Perimeter RPOs

RPO’s can be a huge asset for any offense – but an often-overlooked element of running RPO’s is that you are putting a huge amount of trust in your quarterback.  Coach Marty regularly employees RPO options into his run concept but he very clearly articulates the Quarterback’s responsibility and priorities to ensure maximum efficiency and success.

Coach Marty will break down the three different mesh styles the perimeter screen concepts RPO’s that Reedley employees.  Most importantly, he gives you the rules he gives his quarterbacks!

He will also talk about how their receivers are running and blocking their perimeter screens and if you are not doing this you are leaving yards on the field!

There is a reason Reedley’s QB’s have finished 2nd and 5th in the state in passing efficiency the past two years, and the way the Tigers scheme their RPO’s and coach their quarterback to execution them goes a long way.  You’re not going to want to miss this.

Course 15: Downfield RPOs

MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE uses Tight Ends & Multiple Personnel Groupings

The Multiple Gun Offense is ultra efficient and effective, using different formations, motions, plays, and concepts. 

Coach Marty will teach you the foundational principles to his TIGHT END DRIVEN MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE so that you can implement at whatever level you are at!

This is the second part of MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE RPO system.

RPO’s can be a huge asset for any offense – but an often-overlooked element of running RPO’s is that you are putting a huge amount of trust in your quarterback. 

Coach Marty regularly employees RPO options into his run concept but he very clearly articulates the Quarterback’s responsibility and priorities to ensure maximum efficiency and success.

Coach Marty will break down the three different mesh styles and the downfield RPO’s that Reedley employees to create explosive play opportunities with limited risk  Most importantly, he gives you the rules he gives his quarterbacks!

His downfield RPO system is an awesome way to help simplify or reduce the reads and decision a quarterback has to make, especially on early downs.

There is a reason Reedley’s QB’s have finished 2nd and 5th in the state in passing efficiency the past two years, and the way the Tigers scheme their RPO’s and coach their quarterback to execution them goes a long way.  You’re not going to want to miss this.

Course 16: QB Reads & Responsibilities

MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE uses Tight Ends & Multiple Personnel Groupings

The Multiple Gun Offense is ultra efficient and effective, using different formations, motions, plays, and concepts. 

Coach Marty will teach you the foundational principles to his TIGHT END DRIVEN MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE so that you can implement at whatever level you are at!

This is the second part of MULTIPLE GUN OFFENSE RPO system.

RPO’s can be a huge asset for any offense – but an often-overlooked element of running RPO’s is that you are putting a huge amount of trust in your quarterback. 

Coach Marty regularly employees RPO options into his run concept but he very clearly articulates the Quarterback’s responsibility and priorities to ensure maximum efficiency and success.

Coach Marty will break down the three different mesh styles and the downfield RPO’s that Reedley employees to create explosive play opportunities with limited risk  Most importantly, he gives you the rules he gives his quarterbacks!

His downfield RPO system is an awesome way to help simplify or reduce the reads and decision a quarterback has to make, especially on early downs.

There is a reason Reedley’s QB’s have finished 2nd and 5th in the state in passing efficiency the past two years, and the way the Tigers scheme their RPO’s and coach their quarterback to execution them goes a long way.  You’re not going to want to miss this.

Course 17: Quick & DropBack Pass Protections

If you want to be an efficient explosive passing team it all starts up front.  If you can’t protect, you’re quarterback will never be consistent and therefore your offense will never be consistent.

Coach Marty will walk you through the simple yet universal protection schemes that have been the foundation of the #2 and #5 most efficient passing offenses in the state.

He will also give you his three “Stay’s” the three critical rules for linemen to win any and every pass pro rep.  This chapter will give you the foundation to make your quick and drop back concepts as efficient and explosive as they possibly can be.

Course 18: Quick Pass Game

Want to dominate first down and be great on the third and medium?  Be great at quick game!

 

Get the ball out quickly, put defenders in conflict, and get your best players in 1 on 1 matchups!  Quick game has almost unlimited benefits to any offense.

 

Coach Marty will show the quick game concepts out of multiple formations and personnel groupings that have made the Reedley Passing game so efficient and hard to defend.  And the best part – you don’t have to be dominant up front because the ball is getting out quickly!

Course 19: Intermediate Pass Game

The intermediate drop back passing game is a huge weapon for any offense.  The ability to drop back and get a 10 yard completion on 1st down will jump start a drive, or keep one alive on third down!

Coach Marty’s quarterbacks have finished 2nd and 5th in the state of California (out of 68 teams) in passing efficiency the last two years because of the high percentage concepts Reedley College employees for its quarterbacks.

Additionally he will show you how to adapt concepts to multiple TE formations as well as condensed and compressed WR formations.  This will allow you to run and get good at a small number of quality pass concepts but running them out of a number of formations.  Furthermore, the ability to run intermediate dropback out of the same formations you like to run the ball only further stresses a defense.

Coach Marty will take you through his favorite dropback concepts as well as the rules and reads for the quarterback in order to achieve maximum efficiency.

Course 20: Vertical Pass Plays

Coach Marty takes you through the vertical passing concepts that have helped create one of California’s most explosive junior college offenses!

He will will talk about the go to vertical concepts he loves, and what concept he prefers to call against what coverage. 

And best of all he will take you through multipe formation presentations so it can fit your offense!

Course 21: WR & RB Screens

Screens can be the great equalizer in football.  When faced with a dominant defensive line or a pressure heavy defense, screening that defense early in the game can be the difference.

Worried that you can’t block em?  Screen em!  Worried about the blitz?  Screen em!  Worried about your offensive line?  Screen em!

Coach Marty will take you through the concepts, rules, and techniques for their RB and WR screens.  Whether it’s an early down touch to your best WR, or a 3rd and long call trying to steal a first down – RB and WR screens are great compliments to any offense!

Course 22: Boot Leg Pass & Protections

Boot is boot is boot! Whether you are a Wing-T Offense, a spread offense or something in between.

Coach Marty will walk you through their multiple bootleg concepts and how they marry their Tight End’s responsibilities to the passing concept to ensure their QB’s get an opportunity to get through their progression.  There is no better early down pass play than the boot leg to get your quarterback in a safe, yet effective play call to keep defenses guessing and create big plays in the passing game.

Coach Marty will also take a deep dive into the protection scheme the Tigers pair with their Boot concepts and the one rule you must stress, and coach into your quarterback to ensure maximum efficiency in your boot packages.  You won’t want to miss this.

Course 23: Play Action Pass & Protections

Play action pass is STILL one of the best ways to create high percentage passing plays in the intermediate and vertical passing game.  The top NFL and Collegiate offenses heavily rely on the play action pass to maximize their quarterbacks effectiveness.

Coach Marty will breakdown the Tigers play action protection and talk the offensive line techniques and rules as well as Tight End and Running Back Responsibilities to make sure the quarterback is protected.

Then he will take you through some of the Tigers’ top play action concepts that they have been using to take apart defenses and create the one on one matchups needed to be one of California JC’s most explosive offenses.

Course 24: Sprint Out Pass & Protections

Coach Marty will take you through the sprint out concepts and most importantly, the sprint out protections the Reedley Tigers have used so efficiently at the junior college level.

Whether it’s a critical third down or you need a high percentage early down completion to jump start a drive, sprint out is a tremendous weapon.  It takes pressure off the offensive line, moves the launch point, and gets the quarterback out in space and time.

Coach Marty will walk you through his favorite sprint out concepts.  Additionally he will teach the rules and techniques for their sprint out protection – and if you aren’t blocking your sprint out like this, you are missing out.  This chapter will make you a more efficient passing offense and significantly improve your third down percentages!

Course 25: O-Line Drills & Technique

Coach Marty will take you into the film room so you can see and hear how he consistently develops one of the best offensive line groups in junior college football.

Through the implementation of the most modern coaching methods (shout out to Offensive Line Performance) consist execution can be developed in offensive line athletes off all sizes and abilities.

Coach Marty will talk you through the techniques and coaching points that make the game simpler, and allow his offensive linemen to play faster and more physical while still having the technical toolbox necessary to compete.

The reason Reedley has been a top-5 offense in the state the past two years starts up front.  You won’t want to miss this!

Course 26 RB Drills & Techniques

Running back is one of the mist instinctual, talent driven positions in football.  But that doesn’t mean you can’t coach it!

Coach Marty believes that through the development of fundamentals, technical proficiency, and defining a running backs first read you can make your back better!

Reedley’s starting running back led the state in all-purpose yards, points, per game, and yards per carry in 2019.  And just as importantly he was dominant in pass protection.

Coach Marty will take you into the film room so you can see him coach the backs footwork, reads, and technique in both run and pass concepts.  Consistent, sound fundamentals will make any back better!

Course 27 WR Drills & Technique

Whether you are running it, throwing it down the field, or attacking with perimeter screens WR play is imperative to the success of your offense.

Coach Marty will take you into the meeting room and show you how he coaches all aspects of the position from route running, releases, blocking technique, and perimeter screen execution.

The level of technical proficiency that Reedley receivers are able to develop in the program is staggering for a junior college.  Coach Marty will take you through the good reps and the bad to show you how they develop and grow receivers.

When it comes to game day success all of it matters, and Coach Marty can help your receiver group improve and perform!

Course 28: QB Drills & Techniques

The Reedley Tigers’ starting quarterbacks have finished 2nd and 5th the past two seasons in Quarterbacking efficiency ratings (out of 68 teams in California).

Coach Marty will take you into the meeting room so you can see and hear how he drills and coaches his quarterbacks in practice and on game day to develop their technical ability and decision making.

Quarterback can be a hard position to coach because there are so many intangible situations.  Coach Marty will show you how to communicate in concrete absolutes.  Making the feedback back you are giving your quarterback as tangible and effective as possible.

At the end of the day it’s about communicating clearly the technical expectations and reads for your quarterback and holding them to that standard while be cognizant that the are existing in variable world where the picture and their surroundings aren’t always black and white.

Coach Marty will show you how to walk that line between accountability and understanding in order to get the most out of your quarterbacks!

Course 29 Practice Planning & Installation

What should your practice week look like?  Are you getting enough work in?  Enough film time?  How about staff meetings and special teams?

Every situation is different and unique, but Coach Marty will take you through a week of practice from the schedule to which individual, unit, and team drills they run and which day.  Building a weekly schedule that runs the balance between adequate practice and drill time enough situational and special teams practice can be very challenging.  Coach Marty shows how they do it at Reedley and will give you plenty of ideas and inspiration to add to you program.

And he has an awesome day before the game drill to share with you and your team to help build the synergy necessary for teams to gain the trust needed to perform at their highest level.

Course 30 Scouting & Attacking Opponents

Coach Marty walks you through the what, why, and how of his next opponent scouting processes beyond just the simple data breakdown – he will talk you about the art of attacking an opponent.

What are you looking for?  What should you be looking for?  What base plays and formations should you be running this week?  What base plays should you not be running?  When you should be looking for a game plan or situational add?

What systems and protocols should you have in place?  He will show you how to be more consistent and organized in your breakdowns and presentations of that data to your players.

Game planning is much more than just running numbers in an excel document or a Hudl breakdown.  Coach Marty’s teams consistently perform week in, and week out and that start with consistency and quality in their preparation.  You won’t want to miss this!

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