Coach’s Corner – August 21, 2015

It is football time all over America and around the world. I find myself being just a little bit selfish in that my focus is on duPont Manual Football. I have envisioned a team that has a will to win and a spirit that drives them to be the best that they can be. Looking back on November 2014, I examine myself and my staff and found that I must do more. I committed myself to working towards the 2015 […]

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Your 2015-16 duPont Manual Crimsons!

Row 1(L-R): Jasmine Todd,Omari Alexander, TJ Comstock, Matt Motley, Andre Teague, Bryce Cosby, John Sneed Jr., Nick Kopp, John Riley Jr., Jaelin Carter, Dominic Allgeier, Giraud Drake, DeAngela Hyte Row 2(L-R): Rayven Campbell, Russell Thomas, Will Marshall, Keenan Bilyeu, Will Britt, DeAndre Neal, Antonio Hassell, Terrell Scruggs, Jaden Newton, Andres Aguayo, Adriano Aguayo, Ian Long, Kenneth Jones, Asia Irvin Row 3(L-R): Leauna Phillips, Cam Canedy, Donovan Murrah, Zach Powars, Troy Henderson, Kam Kiesel, Jeremiah Crenshaw, Jacob True, Tez Brown, Joey […]

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Tips from the Training Room: Hydration

HYDRATION!! Even more important than the weight room! You expect so much of your body when the lights come on, and it is time to perform. But what have you done to prepare your body for the big show?? Hydration, much like nutrition, starts days before the big game. Everyone is different in finding the right combination of water and sports drink to equal the winning combo. Did you know that dehydration can lead to a decreased mental edge? Imagine […]

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New football equipment bags

All orders must be in by July 3, 2015 For players needing equipment bags, we will be taking orders for a limited time. The bags are used by the players to transport their equipment from the practice facility to the site of their games (and back home again!). This year’s bags are black with red straps and the Manual Ram on it. It measures 36″ x 18″ x 18″ in size. A rendering of the bag is shown in this photo. Below […]

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Coach’s Corner – June 9, 2015

Today, I was motivated to write this month’s Coach’s Corner after today’s workouts. I was encouraged by the commitment that the incoming freshman have displayed. I was motivated by the leaders of the team who showed up and got after the workouts. By showing up, you have made a statement that your class will not be the ones to allow Male to have another victory. I am inspired by the number of players who showed up for the lifting and […]

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Coach’s Corner – May 25, 2015

Recruiting Recruiting is a topic close to my heart. The number one reason I like recruiting is that the good Lord has blessed me with a gift to recognize talent. Once talent has been recognized, then I – as a coach – must set up a plan that will maximize a player’s talent. Contrary to beliefs, it is not a coach’s job to get the most out of talent, but to maximize the plan for the talent to get the […]

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Summer Camps

Here is a list of some of the HS football summer camps that we found on a recent Internet search. These are camps hosted at some of the colleges and universities in the region. Of course, there are others out there but this may give you an idea of some camps here in Kentucky and some of the surrounding states. University of Louisville Football Camp – June 14-16 Overnight $175 Commuter $125 Single Day $75 Single Session $40 HS Seniors […]

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Tips From the Training Room: Nutrition and the 24-Hour Athlete

The importance of nutrition in the athlete is key to success on and off the field. Not only should you be eating healthy on game day or the day prior, what about 3 days before or even 4 days before? Especially immediately after the game. You have put forth so much effort and asked so much of your body, why not reward it with a healthy refreshing meal post game? Being an athlete is not done only during the 2 […]

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