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Special Teams Organization

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© August, 2014


by Mike Mendenhall
Special Teams Coordinator and Linebackers Coach - North Carolina Central University

Having specific responsibilities for each coach related to special teams play will help improve overall efficiency.

This article will provide ways for football programs to stay organized in their special teams approach toward practice and meetings. I have been coaching special teams for five years and coordinating for three years. I have learned first hand from some great coaches in my short career and a lot of my success is due to their mentoring.
 
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