Posted December 08, 2009 by
Under • Coaching & Athletics
I’ve been helping Joe out with the segments as he uses Hudl Pro to break down the game for the rest of us fans. Each week we choose a play from the game that demonstrates an offensive concept, whether it’s a good read by the quarterback, the correct play call against a certain defense, or something else. Understandably, defensive struggles like that with Texas don’t provide many plays to choose from, but that’s why the ability to dig in and find the good to learn from is crucial for today’s players and coaches.
After we pick the play, Joe walks through the clip multiple times slowing it down or even going frame by frame, reading the defense and watching for anything that made the play a success. Using our presentation tool he brings together a play diagram, multiple angles, and notes to help visualize what he is talking about. Joe’s favorite note is a spot shadow that helps him focus attention on the concept he wants to enforce. While spot shadows aren’t available in Hudl yet, you can make sure we know you want it.
Those of you here in Nebraska can check it out live on NET tonight (Thursday) at 7 p.m. – those of you who are out of state will be able to watch it live online. NET is very good at posting archived episodes as well, and we will post a link directly to the archived clips on the blog tomorrow.