The Best Book On Football Game Breakdowns You’ve Never Read
A couple years back at the AFCA Convention in Nashville I had the pleasure of listening to Mike Stoeber, the Associate Director of Football Technology for the Jacksonville Jaguars, speak on the topic of game breakdowns.
Since I was sitting in the crowd, I was lucky enough to get a copy of his excellent book “Football Game Analysis” in paperback.
It is simply the best book I’ve ever read on the topic of football breakdowns.
This book gave me a ton of great ideas about how to approach game breakdowns, but more than that, it’s a complete guide on how to structure your breakdowns through HUDL or whatever program you use, so that you have a comprehensive system of terminology in place instead of a bunch of words that you may have always used but may not make sense to too many other people on staff.
It’s important to have a real “system” approach to the way you look at the game, as well as how you tag what you enter into your breakdown program so that you get accurate results that are easy to understand.
Unfortunately, you couldn’t find the book anywhere, until now.
I recently contacted Stoeber and he gave me permission to give the book away free of charge to anyone who wants it.
Click on the link directly below to get the PDF.
I’ll be writing more about this book and giving it a more in-depth look, but for now I wanted to get it out there as quickly as possible.