It is probably a bit unfair to try to attempt to summarize your coaching philosophy in just 3 words, but for me it would be discipline, dedication and teamwork. One of the best things about coaching football is that the lessons learned on the field carry over into real life. First, as coaches and players we must be disciplined. Whether it be on-field assignments or showing up to meetings on time, the same standard must be true for everyone involved. Secondly, football requires a lot of physical and mental exertion as well as a large time committment. Without being truly dedicated to what the team is doing, we can not be successful. Finally, each player and coach is a small part of our football "family". By working well together, we at least give ourselves a chance to succeed. I believe our team can out-smart, be more aggressive and be more fundamentally sound than our opponents. Before that can happen though, we must have the discipline, dedication and teamwork to get the job done.
Football Coaching Philosophy
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