Monday, May 31, 2010

The New Sponser of The Red Zone Show!!! will be the 1st sponser of The Red Zone Show. All of the details are being worked out as we speak. I wanted to thank for becoming the 1st sponser of the show. Don't worry about the show at all. don't want to make any changes to the show our the outline of the show. In most cases a sponser wants to come in and make plenty of changes. This isn't the case with this partnership. want to enhance the show and provide me with things to try and expand the show. Check out to find out more about what they have to offer.

Coach Hayes
(Host/Producer-The Red Zone Show)

Sunday, May 30, 2010

The Red Zone Show Youth Clinic Part 2!!!!

Coach Doug Brown will finish his youth clinic session with the following subjects:

  • Youth Defensive Scheme (5-3 defense)

  • Special Teams

  • Pratice Planning

Coach Reid Roe will cover the "Development of youth quarterbacks" in the second session.

Coach Reid Roe

Quarterback Academy Director of Youth Development

Reid Roe is a nationally-recognized youth QB coach, with more than eight years of experience coaching youth football in New Jersey and Virginia.

Roe was the Director of the Quarterback Camp in Northern Virginia for four years before becoming National Director of Youth Development for QBA in 2008.

Roe has trained hundreds of youth QBs from Northern California to South Florida. He has a unique understanding of how to bring QB skills and throwing mechanics to life in the minds of young quarterbacks.

Make sure you tune for another great show/youth football clinic this weds. night at a special time 7PM EST.

Coach Hayes
(Host/Producer-The Red Zone Show)

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Monday, May 24, 2010

The Red Zone Show Online Youth Football Clinic Part I. (Guest Speaker-Coach Doug Brown)

Guest Speaker
  Coach Doug Brown

(Coach Brown's Bio)

Coach Doug Brown has been coaching since 1994 (i.e. 2010 will be his 17th year). This season will be his first in Tucson (AZ), where he will be the head coach of the Tucson Jr. Midget Redskins. Prior to moving to Tucson , Coach Doug coached in the Redondo Beach (CA) Youth Football and Cheer program. During his 17 years, he has been a head coach, offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, special teams coordinator, and position coach for every position on the field. He has attended dozens of coaching clinics and camps, and has spoken at a number of coaching clinics as well. Coach Doug is an active member of several online coaching communities/discussion forums where coaches from all over share information and ideas. The majority of teams he has coached over the years have made the playoffs despite usually taking on those teams in greatest need of help. He has been associated with several teams that have won regular season division titles and one conference championship. In addition to his coaching background, he was on the Board of Directors of Redondo Beach Youth Football & Cheer ( for 9 years, was their President for 2 years and was named Volunteer of the Year twice. On a more personal note, Coach Doug grew up in Connecticut ( New York City suburbs), went to college at the University of Virginia , and lived in the South Bay area of Los Angeles since 1990 until moving to Tucson in March of this year.

If you would like to see a little of what Coach Doug’s teams did the past couple of years, there are numerous (about 150) clips on YouTube – most clips are of single plays, but some are of complete drives or compilations of similar plays. Most have detailed descriptions of the plays with coaching points on what went right and what went wrong. It’s an ongoing process so several clips don’t have that full documentation yet. He put the clips up mainly for other coaches (so it’s not just highlights – there are a lot of good plays and some bad ones as well), but it will give you a good idea of some of his schemes and approach – you can see them here:

Coach Doug Brown will be the guest speaker for our online youth clinic. The subjects that will be covered will be.

  • Youth Spread Offensive Attack

  • Screen Passing Attack from Spread Attack

  • Youth Zone Rushing attack

  • Youth Special Teams

Please tune in for a great show and online clinic for youth football coaches. You may have missed the clinics this season or may not had the money/time. Well come join us as we help you prepare for this season. Class is in session and will start Weds. night 9 PM EST. See you there and click below for show link.

Coach Hayes
(Host/Producer-The Red Zone Show)

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Coach Brian Flinn break down Villanova's 5 wide attack!!!!

Brian Flinn returns for his fifth season as Villanova's wide receivers coach in 2009. Flinn will also oversee Villanova's national recruiting efforts as the program's Recruiting Coordinator. He is currently in his second stint on the Main Line. He was previously at Villanova from 2000-01 where he coached the tight ends and assisted with the offensive line. His specific recruiting area will consist of Western Pennsylvania and Northeast Ohio.

Last season, Flinn coached sophomore wideout Matt Szczur to second team All-CAA honors and senior wide receiver Phil Atkinson to third team All-Conference distinction.

A native of Youngstown, Ohio, Flinn arrived at Villanova from Eastern Illinois University where he served as an assistant from 2002-05. In addition to coaching the wide receivers and tight ends at Eastern Illinois, he was also the school's pass game coordinator and recruiting coordinator.

He has also had coaching experience at the University of Maryland (graduate assistant, 2001-02), Drake University (wide receivers, 2000), and Mount Union College (linebackers, 1999/wide receivers, 1998).

As a player, Flinn was an All-Ohio Athletic Conference tight end at Mount Union College where he was part of Division III National Championship teams in 1993 and 1996. While at Mount Union, he earned a double major in Business Administration and Philosophy in 1997.

Tune in to hear his 5 wide passing concepts this week on The Red Zone Show.

Coach Hayes
(Host/Producer-The Red Zone Show)

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Saturday, May 15, 2010

The Red Zone Show online football clinic!!!!

The Red Zone Show will host an online youth football clinic in two weeks. I will have guest (Coach Doug Brown) come on and talk about the following subjects.

Spread Offensive scheme for youth football

Using the screen game out of spread for youth football

Zone Running and blocking and running from the spread for youth football

Sound defense... for youth football

5-3 Free defense for youth football

Special Teams for youth football

How to run a effective practice for youth football

How to handle parents

Understanding the rules of youth football

All of these topics will be covered in a 2-3 part series on the show. More info about The Red Zone Show online youth clinic will be out this week. I will also see if The QBA group could come on and do a break down on QB development as well. Stay tune because the outline will be out soon.
Coach Hayes
(Host/Producer- The Red Zone Show)

Monday, May 3, 2010

Host of "Coaches Corner" John Anderson and The QBA enters The Red Zone Show this week!!!!

John Anderson is the host of "Coaches Corner".  He invited me to come on his show a few weeks ago. I wanted John to come on and talk about his show and Compusports. Compusports is a company that provide all kinds of coaching items to help improve coaching. We will do an one on one interview and then interview The QBA together in a round table format. The QBA staff will come on and talk to us about 2-0 and all they have to offer to help groom the most important position on the field.....the quaterback. John isn't a stranger to radio. He has well over 30 years on the mic so this is an added treat to mesh both shows in one for the listeners of The Red Zone Show.


                                                      Coaching QBs, Building men since 1988.

QBA is the leading source of QB training and development in the nation.

The depth of our expertise. Our coaches have cracked the code over more than two decades devoted to studying and coaching throwing mechanics.

Self-correct coaching. QBA-trained players learn to recognize feedback instantly and adjust immediately.

Our core values. Instilling Confidence, Character, Commitment, and Consistency helps young athletes become men, and helps quarterbacks become leaders.

QBA founder, Darin Slack, was an All America QB for University of Central Florida. QBA is built on Slack’s lifelong commitment to mastering proper throwing mechanics.

There's no better instruction for QB technique anywhere. And QBA success stories are everywhere. Coast to coast. Youth league All-Americans to NFL rosters.

Darin Slack

QBA Founder / President

Coach Slack has more than 20 years of coaching experience, after his playing career as an All America QB for University of Central Florida.

Slack, based in Orlando FL, is regarded as one of the best teachers of QB technique in the nation.

Ryan Mullaney

ProspectFIT National Scouting Director

Ryan Mullaney is a veteran high school varsity and NCAA coach. He played six years in the NFL, after his NCAA career at UNLV and Colorado.

Mullaney, based near Denver CO, heads the ProspectFIT program and oversees the development of QBA Blackshirt players toward NCAA opportunities.

Justin Boice

Director of Operations

Coach Boice has experience as a high school varsity QB coach, and manages QBA camp operations throughout the nation


• DJ McCarthy,

⁃ Director, Receiver Academy

⁃ Coach McCarthy has won NCAA national championships, both as a

player at Washington and as a Receiver Coach at LSU. He leads the

WRA Receiver Academy, new this summer.

Please clear your calenders for this even and tune in for a special episode of "The Red Zone Show" that you can't miss.

                                                                        Coach Hayes

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