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"Freshman always think they lift hard...they don't"

When Pete Lembo put Dave Feeley in charge of the strength program at Ball State, his first order of business was transitioning the weight program from a high intensity workout to one based on Olympic lifts.

Feeley says that much of the winter and the summer was spent teaching technique, and also explains how they structure their summer workouts.

Feeley also touches on the difference in training between a freshman and an upperclassmen, "Freshman are always in shock no matter where you are, wherever you are in the country. They always think that they lift hard...they don't. They always think they run hard...they don't"




Urban addresses team on Day 1

As the summer officially winded down, and fall began, head strength coach Mickey Marotti officially handed the team over to Urban Meyer.

Meyer addressed the team and told them he is looking for a bunch of guys that are hungry and pissed off.

The clip above is just a preview of what ESPN will cover during their "Training Days" footage at Ohio State.




Video: Vandy having fun with Dore Wars

A few days ago, Vandy competed in their "Dore War" drill.

Straight up four on four, man on man, with the offense trying to get 10 yards. These guys (including the coaches) are having a ton of fun with it.




Edsall: "I'm not a name on the back of the jersey guy"

Back in the fall of 1961, Maryland was the first team to put names on the back of their football uniforms.

While their uniforms last season didn't have them, this fall Edsall says that the more traditional uniforms will feature players names on the back, even though he admits that he isn't a "name on the back of the jersey guy."

“To me, it’s all about the name on the front. It’s all about Maryland.” he explained.

Edsall noted that the program got a ton of exposure last season because of the Maryland "Pride" uniform that they unveiled early in the year, but this year they have gone back to more of a traditional look.

“I just think that Under Armour was innovative in terms of what we did and I think people looked at that and said 'Oh wow, all these combinations'. But now this year, we’ve gone back to a little bit more of a traditional look that we’ll have."

“One of the traditions here at Maryland, they did have the names on the backs of jerseys. So we’ll have the names on the back of the jerseys with our traditional jerseys, but with our Pride jerseys we won’t. That’ll just have Maryland and nothing on the back."

Edsall reminded the Washington Post that reaching recruits is one of their main goals when it comes to uniform changes.

“But again, the thing I thought was our players really liked them. The demographics that we’re involved with in terms of recruiting — the high school kids — they really liked them. And to me, that’s what’s most important, is the guys that we’re trying to sell to come here, to grow this program and to make it better.”

 

 




"Those before us built the tradition, those here now carry it on"

Really good commercial here from East Mississippi Community College, last years JUCO National Champions.

If you haven't noticed, EMCC videos have been featured a few times throughout the site, and they are one program that has done a great job utilizing promotional videos to help further their brand to recruits, as well as coaches.




Good season hype trailer

After dominating most of their opponents all season, with their only loss coming during a three point ball game to Youngstown State, North Dakota State took home the FCS National Championship and finished an impressive 14-1. All but two of their wins came by double digits.

The trailer above was very well done, and shows the tradition behind NDSU football and the program that head coach Craig Bohl has helped build during his ten seasons in Fargo.




Barry Alvarez napalms Todd Graham

In case anyone wasn't sure how Barry Alvarez feels about Todd Graham...

In speaking about former Wisconsin offensive coordinator, now Pitt head coach Paul Chryst, Barry offered up this gem:

"Paul isn't a guy like the last guy Pitt had who is going to sit there and blow smoke about what he is going to do and how great he is." 

Alvarez touts Chryst's strong work ethic, humility, preparation, competitive nature and family values. Alvarez adds, "I know the people in Western Pennsylvania and what they value, I am a Western Pennsylvania guy, and Paul is a great fit there." 

Paul Zeise of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has the story.




Mic'd up at Oregon State

After wrapping up his career as a Beaver, and playing a few years professionally before transitioning and working in the private sector for three years, Mitch Meeuwsen joined Mike Riley's staff as a graduate assistant working with the secondary.

In the clip, Meeuwsen gets mic'd up and teaches their read progression out of trips, some press coverage technique and also gets into how he combines what he learned as a player with how he uses that to coach.