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ISBN:1585183083
Author: Earl Browning
ISBN13: 978-1585183081
Title: Coaching the Defensive Secondary: By the Experts (Coaching by the Experts)
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Language: English
Category: Football (American)
Publisher: Coaches Choice Books (November 2000)
Pages: 183

Coaching the Defensive Secondary: By the Experts (Coaching by the Experts) by Earl Browning



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Reviews: 7
Cia
All you need to know to take your DB's to the next level. Advanced drills and techniques. This book can seriously take an average player and in time help him become a solid starter.
Ziena
Had some great articles in here!
Neol
This book on coaching the defensive secondary was a tremendous disappointment. It is simply a collection of clinic presentations from various coaches. Many of the defenses are not explained fully. The drills given that are actually innovative are not diagrammed very well. For some of the presentations the diagrams are not even numbered or titled. That wouldn't be bad if they went with the text given at that point, but instead they are haphazardly placed within the explanations of the coach who was speaking. I'm not sure if the editor recorded these clinics or simply took notes on the lecture. Either way he did a poor job. I have bought many books on coaching from Amazon during my career as a high school coach. Most of them have been very helpful. This one was definitely a waste of my money and time reading it.
Raniconne
Whether you want to play progression, true zone, loose man, press man, this book covers it all. It touches on some theory, teaching techniques, and drills. However, it did not address the three-deep zone adequately. Nor did it really address run support. A lot of time in the book was spent addressing corners, but as far as cornerbacks are concerned, they are either good enough athletes to cover receivers or they aren't. Safeties have far greater responsibilities in 2-deep, 4-deep, and 3-deep coverages and in run support. Most of these coaches give safeties a bit of a cold shoulder. But overall, it's still an excellent reference that I recommend.
Frostdefender
This is a collection of clinic articles about the defensive secondary. Many are very useful and can immediately be helpful to your coaching. Some of them seem a bit odd and out of place. A coaches' name can do a lot for him. But I would highly recommend this book as it is invaluable to any Defensive or DB coach. If you are a diehard coach this should be in your library!!! Much better than other books out there (ie AFCA Defensive Strategies where some of the articles are very old).
Joni_Dep
Even though it's clinics there is not enough out there on DB play so this is a good book for every coach to have. I like the By the Experts series because they are clinics and you can get different view points.
Chankane
Useful book for anyone, who is familiar with the experts series.. Contains very useful information and inside tips from the various college defensive backfield coaches. You feel yourself as you are in a clinic when reading this book. Well, all the articles are taken from the coaches clinic records, maybe that's why..
Unfortunatelly, the graphics and schemes are not well-prepared.
I wanted to know more especific the techniques and fundamentals of the work by the defensive backs.
The book give me a very extensive information on the subject. There are many talents coaches, teaching his experience on the work with defensive backs. It is very useful to any coach that want become more successful.