James Vint looks at simple ways to make data efficient for your time and produce actionable information. These wrinkles and adjustments put your offense in a position to win as the season rolls on.
The self-scout is an invaluable tool for any offensive coordinator. It involves a thorough analysis of one’s own tendencies and performance. It helps you identify patterns in your play calling, while maximizing your strengths and minimizing weaknesses.
Ultimately, self-scouting promotes adaptability and unpredictability, key elements in outsmarting opposing defenses. It provides a roadmap for improvement, making us more versatile and better equipped to win by constantly evolving and staying one step ahead of the competition.
>Importance of the Self-Scout
>Don’t Be Out-Coached
>How to Think About Tendencies
>Setting Up Tendencies
>The Data Does Not Lie
>Identity Based on the Data
>Finding and Using the Right Data
>Key Data Points STING
>Learning from the Data and Adjusting
>Who Is the Ball Going To?
>Every Concept Has a Complement
>Borrow Dynamic Players from the Defense
>Building in Wrinkles and the Right Time to Use Them