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SixAsOne.com

Postby tribewarriors » Sun May 26, 2019 11:35 pm

Coaches and sixman fans. I have started a new podcast / webcast where I am interviewing coaches, ADs and fans of sixman football. The Episodes are about 45-60 min long and we will be going over Xs and Os with coaches in the last 15 minutes so this portion of the discussion will only be available on the webcast.

We are encouraging everyone to Subscribe to be notified of new episodes by either:

1. Going to sixasone.com and subscribing to our email notification
2. Going to our youtube channel at https://bit.ly/2EBlDBR and clicking Subscribe
3. Subscribing to our podcast at Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/user-957647738

If you are interested in being interviewed or have a suggestion please reach out to Coach Golemon at coach@coachg.us. All interviews are held over phones or video chats and not in the home studio.

Feel free to comment and please remember we are just beginning and hope to improve with time!
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New Episode on SixAsOne.com - Coach Dagerath

Postby tribewarriors » Mon May 27, 2019 6:38 pm

Former Head Coach Michael Dagerath speaks with me about helping to build a perennial sixman power in San Antonio FEAST.  We discuss his current role as former Head Coach, coaching his four sons, balancing work and coaching, long nights in Richland Springs, along with some of his best takeaways after posting an impressive 56-16 record in seven high school seasons at FEAST.

http://sixasone.com/episode/episode3-2/ ... ail_id=436
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New Episode - Coach Johnson

Postby tribewarriors » Wed May 29, 2019 10:26 pm

Coach Johnson speaks with us about his new position at Prairie Lea and his history of rebuilding programs to create a winning culture. We discuss his unique insights into being recruited as a sixman player and his advice for players at summer camps. We venture down the road of discussing BBQ as Coach is moving to the BBQ capitol of the world.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxTv8C ... eydbC_Tuw/
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Re: SixAsOne.com

Postby DirtyBayBulldog » Thu May 30, 2019 9:27 am

Great content and I hope it grows well.
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Re: SixAsOne.com

Postby coachbronk » Thu May 30, 2019 9:50 am

This is great. Keep up the awesome work.


tribewarriors wrote:Coaches and sixman fans. I have started a new podcast / webcast where I am interviewing coaches, ADs and fans of sixman football. The Episodes are about 45-60 min long and we will be going over Xs and Os with coaches in the last 15 minutes so this portion of the discussion will only be available on the webcast.

We are encouraging everyone to Subscribe to be notified of new episodes by either:

1. Going to sixasone.com and subscribing to our email notification
2. Going to our youtube channel at https://bit.ly/2EBlDBR and clicking Subscribe
3. Subscribing to our podcast at Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/user-957647738

If you are interested in being interviewed or have a suggestion please reach out to Coach Golemon at coach@coachg.us. All interviews are held over phones or video chats and not in the home studio.

Feel free to comment and please remember we are just beginning and hope to improve with time!
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Re: SixAsOne.com

Postby Leman Saunders » Thu May 30, 2019 10:00 am

I've listened to two, both good.

I do firmly disagree with a comment made in the Josh Johnson interview, where you say you were given the advice take what you know about about football (coming from 11man) and throw it out the window, and Im sure a great many other coaches would also disagree with that, as you still have to teach and focus on the basics which are the same in 6man and 11man... blocking and tackling.

That's my complaint...now the praise.

In the same interview some great points were made about tackling in the open field and other points along the lines of how 6man football is great in developing players for college.
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Re: SixAsOne.com

Postby djb0412 » Thu May 30, 2019 12:45 pm

Leman Saunders wrote:I've listened to two, both good.

I do firmly disagree with a comment made in the Josh Johnson interview, where you say you were given the advice take what you know about about football (coming from 11man) and throw it out the window, and Im sure a great many other coaches would also disagree with that, as you still have to teach and focus on the basics which are the same in 6man and 11man... blocking and tackling.

That's my complaint...now the praise.

In the same interview some great points were made about tackling in the open field and other points along the lines of how 6man football is great in developing players for college.


I really enjoyed the Coach Johnson interview, very well done. I love the entire premise, and I hope you do many, many more, anything that promotes our game, I am all for. I do however agree 1000% with Leman, you don't by any means throw everything out the window, not even close, not when it comes to fundamentals.

Like Leman said, blocking and tackling, but also running routes, ball carrying, QB foot work, all are the same, and much, much more! So in 6-man should I teach my running back to hold the ball differently then 11-Man, no I wouldn't. It's something I'm dealing with at my current school as we are going from 11-Man to 6-Man, and I'm trying get rid of the stigma of how 6-Man is so different, when it is not.

I've even had to explain to some parents that 6-Man is not flag football. I think as 6-man coaches we should all be on a united front on this issue. But like I said, enjoyed the interview none the less. Keep up the great work.
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Re: SixAsOne.com

Postby CoachJJ » Thu May 30, 2019 1:40 pm

I cannot speak for Coach Goleman, however it is all about perspective and here are my two cents for what it is worth. After my experience playing collegiate and arena football I did have to change a little thinking once I started coaching. Even going from college football to arena the indoor game was so much faster. Football is still football it is blocking, tackling, etc. in 2007 my first (ROOKIE COACH) job as DC I remember a coach returning on our staff telling me ( boy I knew it all. I didn’t know ANYTHING like I thought I did) this 5’5 145 lb kid with be your starting NG/ Rusher. I responded to that no way he will play DB for me coach. Sorry brother !! Again little did I know. Well he was all-state on that side of the ball as a DL, and played in 2 state games in that position his JR and SR years.

Also,

One of my best defensive guys if he played 11 man would be a RG but he played DB (corner we ran Cover 2 to his side to keep him in the flats)versus spread for us as he was the slowest guy on our defense running a 5.2 in the 40.

But football is football. Terms and such. Sticking, stemming routes, QB’s lawn, 3 way go, pre-snap reads, getting the leverage back , kick step, snake step, GT Counter, 1 step cut, Bama cuts, free step, false step, outside/inside head up, stalk blocking, zones steps, blocking down.

I am sure we can share several stories where 11man only coaches struggle coming in from 3A and up programs thet coach 6man, especially if it is their first time coaching the 6man game. It is a mindset shift. One of my (teammates)QBs in college has coached 11man for years and he just Finished his 1st year in 6man. He is talking to me about the game a lot and is trying to figure out that defensive side of the ball. I said be happy giving up 30 ppg game on that side of the ball. He is like no Johnson,but he has that mindset from 11man as the guy giving up 30 in 11man you will look for a job in the spring.

I agree with you both about throwing it all out the window. Again, I cannot speak for Coach G but I am not sure he meant it that way fully.

Blessings,

Coach Johnson
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Re: SixAsOne.com

Postby Leman Saunders » Thu May 30, 2019 3:27 pm

am not sure he meant it that way fully.


Could be very true, he might have been more flippant than anything there, but even if so it is a statement that helps perpetuate a myth, IMO, that it isnt real football held by many outside the game.

With that said...Great interview by the way coach JJ and coach G!

And yes it is a different style in many regards I would say that in so much as conditioning as a team and many things yall later got into as the interview went on...which in reality contradicted the "best advice" of "throw everything you know out the window"
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New Episode - Coach Mitchem

Postby tribewarriors » Mon Jun 03, 2019 9:26 am

In Episode 5, Coach Ronnie Mitchem takes the time to speak with me about a number of issues ranging from his live as a veteran, pastor and head coach at Victory and Praise in Crosby, Texas. We discuss the aftermath of the nationwide coverage of his dismissing two players from his team in 2017 and his book  "The Cost of Colors: A Coach's Story" We discuss the death threats, national media attention, the role of faith and the media coverage.

http://sixasone.com/?post_type=episode&p=79

BTW.. Thanks for all the feedback and I appreciate you sharing the site with other coaches and fans of 6man. Also, please encourage folks to reach out to be interviewed as the more diverse the better. Coach G
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New Episode - Coach Shelton of Buckholts

Postby tribewarriors » Mon Jun 10, 2019 12:35 am

In Episode 6, Coach James Shelton of Buckholts speaks with us this week and breaks down some game film. He may be the youngest AD in the state of Texas and is certainly happy to be coaching in his hometown. He is a proud badger who "bleeds black and orange" while speaking about the obstacles he faced growing up and how that has helped him to take on the challenges at Buckholts.

http://sixasone.com/episode/episode6/

Please like and share as we work to build the audience. Coaches, Helm, Braun and Kittley are in the hopper and we are always looking to shine the spotlight on anyone willing to have some good fun talkin sixman football.
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New Episode - Coach Kittley of Rule

Postby tribewarriors » Mon Jun 17, 2019 4:47 pm

Episode 7 - Coach Kade Kittley

http://sixasone.com/episode/episode-7/

Coach Kittley is returning home to Rule, Texas where he begins his second season at the helm. After having 5 coaches in five years, Rule has found a steady helmsman in Coach Kittley. We discuss F.A.M.I.L.Y., the lessons from the first season, his being part of a coaching family and the season ahead.
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New Episode - Coach Braun of Stephenville Faith

Postby tribewarriors » Sun Jun 23, 2019 3:43 pm

Episode 8 - Coach Nick Braun

http://sixasone.com/episode/episode8/

Coach Braun discusses his amazing run of seven straight TCAL or TAIAO State titles while at Stephenville Faith and what it was like competing with and beating some of the best programs in the state. He discusses his focus in practice and his take on scheduling for success.
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Re: SixAsOne.com

Postby takeflight » Mon Jun 24, 2019 10:34 pm

Thank you for creating this Coach! Enjoying the interviews.
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New Episode - Coach Jones of GC

Postby tribewarriors » Sat Jun 29, 2019 9:11 am

Coach Jeff Jones of Garden City joins us in this episode to discuss some of the elements which have led to continued success at Garden City. He takes some time to walk through the GC veer and how it is an offense you have to marry and not date. He discusses the culture of success at GC and shares with us his thoughts on the Week 1 Shootout which will be in its second year.

http://sixasone.com/episode/episode-9/
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