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The Ohio State Buckeyes baseball team goes to bat for freshman LHP, Zach Farmer who is battling leukemia. Baylor’s Art Briles and his staff don’t mind taking chances on under-the-radar talent, a move that has made the Bears one of college footballs most exciting programs. NCAA granting permission to Boise State to assist junior college […]

High School Spotlight: McCook, NE Bison Strength & Conditioning

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About the Author:  Scott Mollring is the Assistant Head Coach and Strength and Conditioning Instructor at McCook High School in McCook, NE.  McCook is a perennial Class B power in Nebraska’s second largest classification. Coach Mollring can be reached at smollring@mccookbison.org and on twitter @CoachMollring. McCook High School is a Class B size school in […]

Wide Receivers: Blocking Machines

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About the Author: Joe McLain, a Chadron native and former Chadron State quarterback, is entering his third season as Wide Receivers coach with the Eagles. We Are Blocking Machines One of the biggest parts of our receiving corps philosophy is to be known as a relentless group that does not take plays off – especially on […]

Case Study: 1984 Orange Bowl

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Late in the 4th quarter of the 1984 Orange Bowl, the Nebraska Cornhuskers cut the Miami Hurricanes lead to 31-23. On the next play, Huskers coach Tom Osborne elected to kick the extra point instead of going for two. The decision that Coach Osborne made to kick the PAT was a mistake according to Championship […]

#CoachChat: Spring Ball

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On Wednesday, February 26th, we hosted a SpringBall #CoachChat with Krossover. The goal: to bring coaches from all around the country together to talk about spring football. We prompted questions and the top minds football has to offer took over and gave us some great feedback. Continue to look for our next #CoachChat and join […]

30 Days of Drills

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At Lockr, we know that sharing information helps the coaching fraternity grow and get better. That is why we went on a mission to collect thirty of the best drills for you and your Lockr account. We hit offense and defense, skill positions and grinders to give all of our coaches some of the best […]

30 Days of Drills: 22-30 Recap

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With the addition of nine more drills, the final installment in our “30 Days of Drills” segment is in the books. These nine drills feature three more team-based drills and another special teams drill that would benefit any coaches practice schedule. With that being said, let’s recap the rest of the drills below: Day 22- Ring […]

30 Days of Drills: 15-21 Recap

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With the addition of seven more drills, the third installment of our “30 Days of Drill” segment is in the books. This edition of “30 Days of Drills” features a drill inspired by New York Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez as well as the first special teams drill. Here’s a recap of the rest of the […]

2014 NFL Combine Recap

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For the past seven days, 335 of college football’s finest athletes participated and competed in a number of drills, medical examinations, psychological tests, and interviews with NFL teams who’re all salivating over the new influx of talent being added to the league. For the athletes who were invited to the combine, it gives them a […]

30 Days of Drills: 8-14 Recap

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With the the NFL combine in full swing in Indianapolis this past weekend, we decided to dedicate our second week of ’30 Days of Drills’ segment to the drills that college athletes participate in while at the NFL combine. These drills are designed to test the NCAA’s best athletes on their techniques and skill sets. […]