1997 Coach of the Year Clinics Football Manual (Coach of the by Earl Browning
By Earl Browning
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In the 4-3 defense, never let the 3 technique play in just one spot. Move him around. Put him on the inside pinch, or formation game. Use linebacker and defensive-line stunts to free up their playing area. If the inside tackles don't make things happen on defense, the defense is in trouble. If they don't make plays, your Mike linebacker will not be effective. Move the down 2s and 3s around as much as you can. The easiest block for the offensive tackle is when he knows the defensive end will never come inside of him.
That is saying a lot, because we have had some great players over the years. Hard work is the key to success. I remember that back when I was at Alabama, I was not a great player. was one of the guys who was average that Coach Bryant took and made think he was a great player. Coach Bryant had that knack. I thought I was great, and because of that I played better than I should have. That is one of the things we try to do at FSU. If you can reach the guy who is an average player and make him raise his play to another level, you can be successful.
I give credit for the course of my life to my mom and dad. They instilled values in me. They led me into my beliefs and religion. Jesus Christ is the foundation of my success. The only one I have to please is God. I think we should thank God for being here today and for our opportunities. I am a young coach, and I know what it takes. I think the most important things that got me where I am today are my respect for people around me, my parents, and Jesus Christ. I've got a wife and a nine-month-old baby boy that I thank God for every day.