Offseason improvement?

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    Offseason improvement?

    What is the one thing you would like to see your team improve on over the offseason?

    For me I would like to see my team improve on there strength. With a young offesive line returning they need to improve their strength.
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    Speed. Speed Kills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachBuckett
    What is the one thing you would like to see your team improve on over the offseason?

    For me I would like to see my team improve on there strength. With a young offesive line returning they need to improve their strength.
    Lifting is important for all players especially Linemen. I love wrestinng 3 days a week after lifting. It builds toughness. Mat drills Baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sml007
    Speed. Speed Kills.
    Knox Central made great strides in strengh last season. Speed is the need.

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    Is there anyone out there who feels they have enough speed or strength?


    ...I didn't think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerKat
    Lifting is important for all players especially Linemen. I love wrestinng 3 days a week after lifting. It builds toughness. Mat drills Baby.
    Wrestling!!

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    Can never go wrong with rope jumping, especially for those big guys so they can move that weight around a little quicker.

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    Southwestern o-line needs help but the young ones wll have to turn it up. :flame:

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    Dont really know with us we have strength already so speed probably. i thin kmainly mental more then anything because we are pretty decent right now i think though you always need strength and speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sml007
    Speed. Speed Kills.
    I second this motion! combined with strength!! There are several "speed schools" that have sport specific programs.

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    Speed.

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    How about recruiting athletes in your own school to play football to increase depth, especially at the freshmen and sophomore levels?

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    Speed, strength, throwing, receiving, running, tackling.........

    In all seriousness, I would enjoy watching the Cawood offense open up a little more. I'd like to see a few formations thrown in; keep it simple. I would love for them to improve on all of the things mentioned above, though. The biggest thing the team needs (this goes for every team) is discipline. A discipline player with little skill can beat a skillfully gifted player with no discipline. Just my opinion.

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    The O and D lines.

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    Where would I want my team to improve?...... EVERYWHERE, unless you are playing in the State Finals you need improvement everywhere; even if you are playing in the big game, Id still say EVERYWHERE. In this game there is no room for satisfaction.

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