6 man intro

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6 man intro

Postby lmcguire » Thu Mar 07, 2019 9:59 am

6 man is not big in Kansas but there has been growth the last 5 years up to double digit teams. Our school has been in a coop for several years now. There is a feeling that support is behind getting football home and getting the lights turned on for Friday nights again. I know the basics of field size and rules but would anyone be willing to share their philosophy, organization, practice plans, playbooks? I think we will make a decision in the next month. I know there are nuances with 6 man that are different than 8 and 11. I believe there would be less than 10 out the first year and we would be young. Thoughts?
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Re: 6 man intro

Postby justlookin' » Wed Mar 13, 2019 2:21 pm

Come on folks, how about a little help for the man from Kansas. There are plenty of folks that frequent this board that could point him in the right direction.
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Re: 6 man intro

Postby swires » Wed Mar 13, 2019 9:02 pm

Get in touch with Charles (Cowboy) Parks on FB or at sixmania.com. He has a lot of game film and he knows a lot of people all over the state. I know he would be willing to help.
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Re: 6 man intro

Postby 51eleven » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:59 am

Start the players running wind sprints until they puke, now. As the saying goes, speed kills in sixman.

https://www.amazon.com/Six-Man-Football ... =8-5-spell

I've read some prior coaching clinics are available on DVD. Where I'm not sure.

http://texassixman.pointstreaksites.com ... exassixman
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