RPO iBook is live!

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That means we have to draw our winner:

Michael Kasimoff

Get it for your iPad or Mac here. (iPhone version coming soon)

Coach Eckley presents a topic that has become the hottest in football offense:  the run-pass option.  Beckley explains his use of RPO and its evolution in his system over a 15 year period.  Eckley’s teams are 126-14 over his tenure, and RPO was a factor in their offensive success.  Over 3 hours video include clinic explanations, video telestrations and analysis, and 43 game cut-ups from sideline and end zone views.  Beckley’s explanation of his system from top to bottom allow any coach the understanding of RPO and how to include it in his own system.

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Coming Soon: Run Pass Option by Brent Eckley

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Who is Brent Eckley? 

Brent Eckley has been the head coach at Jackson High School for three years where he has compiled a 25-9 record, two state quarterfinal appearances and back to back top ten finishes in Class five. In 15 years as a head coach his overall record of 126-41 and includes twelve playoff appearances.

During his career Coach Eckley has helped to produce 53 college bound football players, including the former starting quarterback at the University of Colorado and University of Kansas, Jordan Webb, and Eric Czerniewski, the 2010 Division II player of the year and 2010 Harlon Hill Winner.  Eckley has also coached 38 all state football players.  Coach Eckley has also been named district coach of the year, conference coach of the year multiple times.  Coach Eckley is a regular presenter for Glazier and Nike Football Clinics. He has also been chosen to produce a video series on his winning coaching philosophies.  Coach Eckley has also served as the President of the Missouri Football Coaches Association.

 What does this manual provide?

Like all Coaches Edge Technology products, it provides depth and detail on the topic.  Included in a blend of text, interactive presentations, and diagrams is over 3 hours of video.  Concise instructional videos, telestrated video analysis, and multi-angle cut-ups provide the reader with every detail needed to utilize these concepts.

Outline of RPO:

Background of offense

Keys to offensive success

Tempo

Communication

System structure (formations, terminology, play calling)

Using fly motion

Personnel

Quick game concepts

Dropback Concepts

Run game families

Zone concepts

Power concepts

Route tags and conversions

Special formations

Stick draw concept

Dive-rainbow RPO concept

Offensive menu and installation plan

This manual is the first volume in a series of RPO designed to teach exactly how to incorporate run pass options into an offense.

Get more great Coaches Edge Technologies interactive books.

Targeted Attack:  Using Tempo as a Weapon by Keith Grabowski

Over 20 tempo tools are discussed in detail and further explained with game video.  If you are not including Tempo as part of your attack, you are missing huge opportunities to move the football.  Lean more here

Want some RPO now?

RPO is something you will see a section on in several of our iBooks.

Josh Herring includes it in Quick Rhythm Option Routes.  This concept is a great tool for any offense, and he has utilized quick rhythm routes with run pass options as well.

101+ Read Game Plays by Keith Grabowski includes a variety of read game components, RPO, and play action off of the read game.