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Old 07-06-2010, 05:07 PM   #46
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mmmm playbooks

looks like he shares a lot with online communities

Bill Mountjoy's Pearls of Wisdom

great resource there

impressive resume as well

News Story

definitely good to see you here Mr. Mountjoy
Now, if I could understand just one tenth of it I would be a happy man.
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Old 07-06-2010, 05:45 PM   #47
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there are definitely many redskins fansites.. the one that you mention is probably hogshaven

the story about Joe at Shenandoah is pretty cool, he was my favorite player as a young kid.. he and jim lachey

anything much you can share from the mini camp?
I think it WAS "HogHeaven"!!!

Shanahan sent invites to High School Coaches from Va., Md., D.C. He promised to make his practices more accessible, & to conduct football CLINICS for High School Coaches.

His passing game is almost 100% Bill Walsh. His RUNNING game is almost 100% Joe Gibbs.

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Now, if I could understand just one tenth of it I would be a happy man.
Thank you very much!
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I think it WAS "HogHeaven"!!!

Shanahan sent invites to High School Coaches from Va., Md., D.C. He promised to make his practices more accessible, & to conduct football CLINICS for High School Coaches.

His passing game is almost 100% Bill Walsh. His RUNNING game is almost 100 Joe Gibbs.
Was Coach McGregor there?
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Was Coach McGregor there?

No, I invited him to go with me but he was tied up that day.

John McGregor & myself (along with Hal Lockhart) coached the "Richmond Ravens" Semi-Pro team in the "1987 strike season". We sent some players to the "replacement" Skins during the strike - notably QB Tony Robinson - who QBed the Skins in their win over Dallas' REGULARS (who didn't strike).

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Old 07-06-2010, 06:30 PM   #51
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[quote=davy;710819]I'm guessing this is your's then? (pass offense link)


Yes, that was from me. I GOT that from future Redskins Offensive Coordinators - Don Breaux (1967), & Dan Henning (1968), when they were assistants at Florida St. University (along with another coaching friend - John McGregor)

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No, I invited him to go with me but he was tied up that day.

John McGregor & myself (along with Hal Lockhart) coached the "Richmond Ravens" Semi-Pro team in the "1987 strike season". We sent some players to the "replacement" Skins during the strike - notably QB Tony Robinson - who QBed the Skins in their win over Dallas' REGULARS (who didn't strike).
9 players I think that it said in that link that I posted.. impressive!
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No, I invited him to go with me but he was tied up that day.

John McGregor & myself (along with Hal Lockhart) coached the "Richmond Ravens" Semi-Pro team in the "1987 strike season". We sent some players to the "replacement" Skins during the strike - notably QB Tony Robinson - who QBed the Skins in their win over Dallas' REGULARS (who didn't strike).
That's pretty awesome...but I was actually wondering about Bill McGregor
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That's pretty awesome...but I was actually wondering about Bill McGregor
I am not acquainted with Bill McGregor.
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I am not acquainted with Bill McGregor.
Oh ok. DeMatha head coach. He was fairly close to Coach Gibbs having coached his son Coy in high school. Not sure how it is with Shanahan
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Oh ok. DeMatha head coach. He was fairly close to Coach Gibbs having coached his son Coy in high school. Not sure how it is with Shanahan
Yes - now that you reminded me - I heard Coy Gibbs speak at Bill McGregor's clinic at DeMatha, when he helped his dad during Joe's return to the Skins.

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No, I invited him to go with me but he was tied up that day.

John McGregor & myself (along with Hal Lockhart) coached the "Richmond Ravens" Semi-Pro team in the "1987 strike season". We sent some players to the "replacement" Skins during the strike - notably QB Tony Robinson - who QBed the Skins in their win over Dallas' REGULARS (who didn't strike).
So your almost like Gene Hackman...
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So your almost like Gene Hackman...
In the movie - the "Replacements" Coach (played by Hackman) coached Washington. In REALITY - Joe Gibbs coached the "Replacements" to a 4-0 record!

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I'm a George Allen fan, but also respect and admire Joe Gibbs. One thing that I've noticed is that most of the great head coaches have had assistant coaches who have gone on to become great head coaches in their own right.

In addition to Joe Bugel, who are the other branches of the Joe Gibbs coaching tree? I know that Joe Gibbs himself was the star pupil of Don Coryell's brilliant offensive-minded football school.

To see a Joe Gibbs offense is to see the strains from which it arose. Gibbs offense featured schemes that befuddled defenses with three or four receiving threats, multiple shifts, a single tailback, H-backs (a tight end in the slot or backfield). An attack might come from anywhere. These schemes have at their source Don Coryell with a dash of Bill Peterson (and you have to give a nod to Sid Gillman, that patriarch of NFL offensive thinking). More than Xs and Os, Gibbs inspires uncommon devotion by his team. They are sold on his concepts and program -- the clear hand of Frank Broyles. John Riggins marvels at Gibbs' ability to manage people. More than once, he said that Gibbs "could have probably run General Motors," not to mention a winning N.A.S.C.A.R. team.

Gibbs’ hard work and long hours were extracted from Bill Peterson “who did not have raw talent on his teams, or a flamboyant personality …, but who succeeded nonetheless through sheer hard work.” From John McKay he learned that a certain part of being a good coach is the use of fear to motivate people.

Equally clear is, that to be a great coach, one must seek out and recruit outstanding assistants. Coryell, Breaux, Peterson and Broyles saw something in Gibbs and a number of other assistants who went on to successful NFL careers. Part of their greatness is due to their ability to build a stellar staff as Gibbs is now doing with Gregg Williams, Joe Bugel and recently Al Saunders, the highly regarded Kansas City offensive coordinator – and Don Coryell protégé. Outstanding assistants enabled the Redskins to be effective at half-time adjustments, as Gibbs became known for doing in his 1980s rampage.

Here are just a few of his many assistants at Washington:

1. Don Breaux
2. Dan Henning
3. Renny Simmons
4. Jack Burns
5. Joe Bugel
6. Jim Hanifan
7. Charley Taylor
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Coach Gibbs to me is the best coach of his era, superior than Belichick, better than Walsh. Even Gibbs II was a success, making 2 playoff apperances despite lack of talent and a shitty GM in Vinny.
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