Monday, May 30, 2011

"The Red Zone Show" making some major changes!!!

Over the next few weeks the changes I have been talking about are taking place as we speak. This will be a 4 part plan with the youth coach as my primary focus. Please email me any areas of concern and what you would like more of that is lacking in youth football. This is very important for the changes that are being made. Don't sit back and not say anything....we as a group can help improve youth football, but I need every coach to send me your input. This way when these changes are made you can really get the most out of this coaching network. My email is listed on my site. Just send me an email and let me know what your concerns are. So far I have gotten well over 60 replies. I want close to 500 before the final moves are made with this 4 part plan. Thank you all for your long term support.

Coach Big B
Host/Producer-The Red Zone Show

Friday, May 27, 2011

SW Symposium Round Table!!!!!

Many of you remembered the SW Conclave Invasion series that aired a few weeks ago. Well by the numbers that series was a hit. Now the round table format is the leading format (per the download numbers) since "The Red Zone Show" has been running. We have had the Wing T, Double Wing, and now we will have the SW Symposium Round Table Interview. I will have speakers from this event come on and give us a sneak peek at what will be covered at this event. Tune in to hear from some former guest like Dr. John Ward (Hall of Fame SW Coach) and Coach J. Barg, Coach Doug Kerr (Pres. of the NSWCA), Coach Thomas Culliton, and Coach Walter Siryk. Tune in this week to listen in on what will sure to be a great event. "The Red Zone Show". The best youth-hs football radio show for 3 yrs. and counting.

Coach Big B
Host/Producer-The Red Zone Show

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June 2011 Newsletter DC "Killer Bee" defense!!!! Coach Clark Wilkins

Check out this week's newsletter on the DC Killer Bee defensive system. This article was subbmitted by Coach Clark Wilkins aka Dum Coach of

You can click on this link or use the one on the left side of the blog enjoy.

Coach Hayes
Host/Producer-The Red Zone Show


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Monday, May 16, 2011

One on one with the Legendary Coach Bill Mountjoy covering pro style offensive attack!!!

Coach Bill Mountjoy

Mini Bio:


**Has 33 years of High School football coaching in Virginia – most of it as Head Football Coach at 6 different High Schools (including 6A state power Deep Creek HS in Chesapeake, Va, from 1982 thru 1986). Four of his former High School players played in the NFL, including “Parade All-American” James Farrior (2005 All-Pro Lber with the Steelers), AND “Parade All-American” Darren Perry (9 year starter at Free Safety for the Steelers, & now the Steelers’ Secondary Coach).

**Won the 1971 VAAC Private School State Championship at Huguenot Academy.

**Coached 5 years on the college level (including Passing Game Coordinator at CIAA Div. II Virginia Union University in 1995 & 1996). One of his former College players played in the NFL.

**Coached 1 year of Semi-Pro football with the Richmond Ravens. During the 1987 strike – the team sent 9 players to the Redskins (including starting QB Tony Robinson) – who helped the Skins go 4-0 during the strike – including a win over the Cowboys’ regulars!

**Currently serving as a consultant to Powhatan High School (2003 Virginia 4A State Champions & 2005 4A State runner-up); and Holy Spirit High School (2007 & 2010 N.J. State Champions).

**Coach Bill Mountjoy is a Life Member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), and has authored articles on football for Scholastic Coach, Texas Coach, Coach & Athlete, Gridiron Strategies, etc. He has spoken at many Clinics, including the 2006 & 2007 Mega Clinics.

Coach Bill Mountjoy will cover installing the pro style offensive attack at the youth level. See you all this week weds. @ 6:30 PM EST!!!

Coach Big B
Host/Producer-The Red Zone Show/Moving the Chains

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Notes from Coach Bill Mountjoy:

Basic Oneback Pro Formations

Basic Running Game Sequence (2 of our 4 basic plays)

Dropback Pass Protection

Basic 3 step Dropback Passes (great for Youth Ball)

Best Play Action Pass (off Counter)

Determining QB arm strength (needed to determine the SPLITS of the Wide Receivers)

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Chalk talks w/ Coach Perry Thomas-D line play in 335!!!!

Coach Perry Thomas
HC Campbellsville University

Mini Bio:

Perry Thomas has completed three seasons as head coach of the Fighting Tiger football program.

Thomas inherited a program in 2008 that went 0-10 the previous year. After posting a 3-8 record his first season and finishing runner-up in the Mid-South Conference East Division in 2009 at 7-4, Thomas' program was named the No. 20 most improved program in all levels of college football and the No. 6 most improved in the NAIA. The Tigers finished 7-5 in 2011 and runner-up in the Mid-South Conference Wast Division. The Tigers also finished runner-up in the NCCAA Victory Bowl. This marked the programs 1st playoff appearance since 2001. The team won the NAIA Champions of Character Award for football.

As a first-year college head coach in 2008, Thomas coached the NAIA's leading rusher, Greg Fountain, who was his first NAIA All-American and later signed a pro contract in Europe.

Over the past two seasons, CU has had one NAIA All-American, six Mid-South Conference All-Conference selections, six All-Conference Honorable Mentions and 16 Academic All-Conference selections. The team had another 1st team All American this past season as defensive back Calvin Bini was named to the squad.

Before coming to Campbellsville, Thomas posted a successful, 16-year career as a high school coach in Kentucky, leading his team to the Kentucky State High School Football Playoffs each year he was a head coach. His 16-year record as a high school head coach is 133-64. His coaching career began in 1986 as a volunteer assistant at Allen County-Scottsville High School and he was an assistant coach for the Patriots in 1987. He then became defensive coordinator at Campbellsville High School from 1988-1991.

From 2000-2007, Thomas guided the Blue Tornado of Paducah Tilghman High School to a 70-31 record, including eight playoff appearances, five district championships, two regional championships and two state semi-final appearances. His 2007 team finished the season 9-5 and was eliminated in the state semi-finals 17-14 on a last second field goal by eventual Kentucky State Champion Louisville Central High School.

From 1992 through 1999 he was the head coach at Campbellsville High School where he compiled a 63-33 record. Thomas led the Eagle program to eight straight playoff appearances and had two district and one regional championship along with one state semi-final appearance.

Thomas has been named District and/or Region Coach of the Year nine times during his career and was named the 1993 and 1997 Kentucky Class A Coach of the Year by the Courier-Journal. He is a five-time coaching staff member of the Kentucky vs. Tennessee All-Star Team and was the Head Coach of the Kentucky All-Stars in 2006. Thomas was also a National Finalist for the American Football Coaches Association "Power of Influence" Award in 2005 and 2006 and received the Joe Russell Distinguished Leadership Award from the Western Kentucky Conference in 2003 and 2006.

We will cover d-line play for the 335 defense. See you all weds. night for a great show.

Campbellsville Hightlights

Campbellsville Hightlights part 2

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