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Master the skills and techniques to play any position on the field. Football: Steps to Success covers every aspect of the game, from position fundamentals to offensive and defensive schemes and strategies.
Football: Steps to Success presents straightforward instruction on essential skills, such as passing, receiving, tackling, blocking, kicking, and punting. Using 58 of the most effective drills, you’ll reinforce learning and enhance your development.
You’ll then learn how to apply each of those skills on offense, defense, and special teams with descriptions and explanations of player roles and position responsibilities. From simple run plays to screen passes, from zone coverage to man-to-man defense, this guide covers it all.
Whether you want to sharpen your existing skills or raise your game to an All-Pro level, Football: Steps to Success has you covered. With the series that has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide, you can be assured that the best instruction in the sport is at your fingertips.
Climbing the Steps to Football Success
The Sport of Football
Key to Diagrams
Step 1 Offensive Positions and Responsibilities
Step 2 Defensive Positions and Responsibilities
Step 3 Fundamental Skills for All Positions
Step 4 Passing
Step 5 Receiving
Step 6 Tackling and Blocking
Step 7 Running the Ball
Step 8 Stopping the Run
Step 9 Defending the Pass
Step 10 Kicking and Punting
Step 11 Offensive Strategies
Step 12 Defensive Strategies
Step 13 Special Teams
About the Author
Greg Colby has coached for 34 years, including 27 years as a
collegiate coach and 10 years as a defensive coordinator at the NCAA
Division I level. He has been on staff for two Big Ten Championships and
12 collegiate bowl games. In his nine years as a high school football
coach, Colby won a pair of state championships. Colby is now the
defensive line coach for the University of Illinois after spending five
years as head coach at Millersville University and six years as
defensive coordinator at Northwestern University. Before his time at
Northwestern, Colby spent four seasons as the defensive coordinator at
Kent State University. From 1995 to 1997, Colby served as an assistant
coach at Michigan State under head coach Nick Saban. From 1988 to 1995,
Colby was assistant coach for outside linebackers and special teams at
Illinois. He played football and baseball at the University of Illinois.
He was a three-year starter for the Fighting Illini football team and a
three-year starter for the baseball team. Colby was team captain of the
baseball squad in 1974.
“Football: Steps to Success by Greg Colby is an
Randy Bates-- Linebacker Coach Northwestern University
“Greg Colby has tremendous football insight. Football:
Steps to Success will be a useful resource to any player or coach.”
Lou Tepper-- Defensive Coordinator, University of Buffalo