101 No-Huddle Spread Offense Plays is a great resource for any football coach on either side of the ball. This book will provide coaches with a detailed explanation of how to install, practice, teach, and run the no-huddle spread offense. Coach Eckley's consistent success is a by-product of the staggering numbers his offenses have put up at two different high schools over the past several years. The key to his success is multiplicity through simplicity. His utilization of a no-huddle tempo offense with multiple formations and simple motions, while keeping the handful of route concepts and quarterback progressions the same, makes it easy on his offense and difficult on the defense. This book is a must read for anyone developing an offensive identity or anyone who is looking to change offensive structure in an attempt to win with less talent. The plays in this book are battle-tested on the field and are the reason for his team's great success. Incorporating ideas from this book will put your team on the cutting edge of the spread offense. Chapters include: The Quick Passing Game, The Dropback Passing Game, The Screen Passes, and The Movement Passes.
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Brent Eckley is the head football coach at Union High School in Union, Missouri a position he has held since 2005. In that period, the Wildcats have won two district championships and one conference championship (2006), the school s first since 1992. Eckley played college football in his home state of Iowa, at William Penn University, in Oskaloosa, Iowa, where he received his bachelor s degree in elementary education. He was a three-year letterman for the Statesmen football team, and was a two-year starter as a defensive lineman. Eckley s first coaching assignment was as an assistant coach at Hickman Mills High School, in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1995 and 1996. From 1997 to 1999, Eckley was an assistant coach and the offensive coordinator at Warrensburg High School in Warrensburg, Missouri. Eckley was the head football coach at Montgomery County High School, in Montgomery City, Missouri, for five seasons (2000 through 2004) and finished with the highest winning percentage in the school s history. During his tenure, the Wildcats won three conference and three district championships, winning 28 of their last 33 games under Eckley. Eckley s overall record as a head coach is 62-23. Known for his explosive offenses, Eckley has coached four different quarterbacks to throw for more than 2,000 yards in a season. He has coached two different quarterbacks that have recorded 40-plus touchdown pass seasons. Eckley has had three different teams average more than 45 points per game for the season. He also has had three teams average more than 500 yards per game in total offense for the season, including the 2007 Union High School team, which recorded a state record of 545 yards per game. Coach Eckley has also developed four football videos, including videos on quarterback development and the quick passing game. In addition to video development, Eckley has spoken at numerous clinics across the Midwest. Eckley and his wife, Sherene, an elementary teacher, live in Union, Missouri, with their four daughters, Hannah, Emily, Madison, and Hillary.
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