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Teaching Young Kids to be Good Offensive Lineman - Clinic
« on: February 15, 2013, 06:01:58 AM »
Topics Covered:
1.   Teaching kids to take pride in being offensive lineman
2.   Building Offensive Lineman
3.   The building blocks of success in football
4.   Our task – Making boys into offensive lineman
5.   The importance of hip flexibility
6.   The basics of the stance
7.   The basics of the drive block
8.   Drills to teach the drive block
9.   Teach offensive linemen to block linebackers
10.   Double team
11.   Zone blocking
12.   Drills for teaching zone blocking
13.   Teaching progression for zone blocking
14.   Combo zone calls
15.   Info on www.hawgtuff.net
16.   Info on Hawg Tuff Camps and Challenge

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http://coaches-clinic.com/index.php/scheduled-clinics/23-teaching-young-kids-to-be-good-offensive-lineman

Coach Popes’s Bio
Mike Pope enters his fourth season on the Wingate University football staff as assistant offensive line coach and director of high school relations in 2012. He assists Coach Reich and Coach Long with Wingate’s highly-successful summer camps as well.

In May of 2010, author Wilt Browning released Pope’s biography, entitled Do They Play Football in Heaven? Before coming to Wingate, Pope has coached football at nine different schools. He was an assistant in the North-South All-Star Football Game in 1991 and the Shrine Bowl in 1996.

Pope was named Region Coach of the Year in football and track on numerous occasions during his high school coaching career. In 1988, he garnered the South Carolina Football Coach of the Year Award. He has been director of the Hawg Tuff Camps and Challenges for 24 years. Pope has had over 26,000 young men and women attend these camps and challenges.  Coach Pope’s website www.hawgtuff.net  is considered the number one football website in the world.

In February 2008, Coach Pope received an award from the South Carolina Coaches Association for Distinguished Service to S.C. High School Football. This honor has been given to only eight other coaches in the last 30 years. Coach Pope coached football, basketball, track, <censored> and wrestling and served as an athletic director at nine different South Carolina high schools. He was also a leader in the S.C. High School League and the S.C. High School Football Coaches Association for most of his career.

Coach Pope graduated from Wingate University in 1971 with an A.A. in Secondary Education. While at Wingate, he was a member of the <censored> and wrestling teams. Coach Pope graduated from Gardner-Webb University in 1974 with a B.S. Degree in Physical Education. While at GWU, he played offensive guard. After graduating from Gardner-Webb in 1974, Pope played semi-pro football with the Stanley Patriots for two years while coaching at Piedmont High. He played offensive guard and tackle for the Patriots; the team was 24-3 during this time.

The Monroe, N.C. native graduated from nearby Piedmont High School. While at Piedmont, Pope was All-Union County and All-Rocky River Conference honorable mention in football. He was also a member of the basketball and track teams. After 35 years in the classroom, he has retired from teaching. Pope resides in Monroe with his wife Ginger; he is a member of Lakeview Baptist Church. The Popes have three daughters: Taylor, Elizabeth and Sarah.
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Re: Teaching Young Kids to be Good Offensive Lineman - Clinic
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2013, 06:03:54 AM »
Only 3 more spots available for the live clinic.
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Re: Teaching Young Kids to be Good Offensive Lineman - Clinic
« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2013, 01:28:36 PM »
Only 3 more spots available for the live clinic.

Just registered, so make that only 2 more spots. BOOM! Looking forward to this!
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Re: Teaching Young Kids to be Good Offensive Lineman - Clinic
« Reply #3 on: February 15, 2013, 01:39:58 PM »
Just registered, so make that only 2 more spots. BOOM! Looking forward to this!
;D  The last spot was just taken up.
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