By Earl Browning
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The thing we try to do is to get in as many reps as we can in the time we have allotted for practice. A lot of coaches will talk about quality reps. Yes, you do want quality reps. However, getting kids lined up and getting them moving is very important. I go to a lot of high school and college practices, and I see five players working and 50 players standing around watching. What we try to do is to get everyone moving at a rapid pace. We want to create in practice the situation the players face in the game.
On this level the players are paid to do a job. That is not the case in college or high school. I understand that. That is why my one goal is to take care of my players. Half of the meetings I have with my team are not about football. I talk to them about drugs and alcohol. I talk about being out late at night. I talk about who they hang out with and peer pressure. Those are the things I talk about with my players. I love being at Oklahoma. I played there. I know what it takes, and I left the NFL for that reason.
The one thing I would be afraid on flip-flopping would be pass protection. That is the reason we do not use the flip-flop. Next, we go to half-line pass. We want as many reps as we can get. We want to stay away from the big piles. We do not want anyone to get hurt. This is an all-pass drill. Everyone knows it is all-pass. It is a tough situation up front, and it is tough for the quarterback. It is the best drill we do as far as pass protection. We go with the right side at the top. The defense can do what they want, including using the blitz.
1997 Coach of the Year Clinics Football Manual (Coach of the Year Clinics Football Manuals) by Earl Browning