Learn from Retired College Coach Ken Woody
Retired College Coach and former Oregon player Ken Woody breaks down the games of the 2017 season and helps fans learn from his teaching and slow-motion videos the inside look at football strategy, and techniques by the players on both sides of the ball. He does not sugar-coat it, and points out the negative as well as the positive by our beloved Ducks so all readers can grow in their football knowledge.
Thanks to Coach Woody!
–15. Ducks Not Ready to Play; Boise was…
Text and Video Analysis: December 20, 2017
Coach Ken Woody explains what went wrong in the Las Vegas Bowl with looking at the offensive line and linebacker technique. Watch the details in show motion video!
–14. Ducks, Taggart Punish Beavers; Earn Bowling Trip
Text and Video Analysis: December 1, 2017
Coach Woody shows us why a play in the passing attack succeeded so well, and describes important details in offensive line pass protection.
–13. Textbook Defense, Herbert’s Return Energize Duck Victory; Civil War Next
Text and Video Analysis: November 22, 2017
Coach Woody demonstrates the superb leverage of the linebacker in slowing down the running attack of Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate, and the technique of freshman Jordon Scott at Nose Tackle for the Ducks. A fun analysis to learn from!
–12. Ducks (Coaches and Players) Need to Focus Against Arizona
Text and Video Analysis: November 17, 2017
The Coach explains how the secondary coverage works and doesn’t, and explains how a Special Teams play changed the game and why.
–11. Husky Nightmare Over; Time to Heal for Arizona
Text and Video Analysis: November 10, 2017
Coach Woody breaks down a passing play and excellent defensive line technique–from our opponent. Important points to learn!
–10. After Duck’s Utah Win, Huskies to Test if Oregon’s Swag is Real
Text and Video Analysis: November 3, 2017
Coach Woody explain the superior leverage and pursuit angles by linebacker Troy Dye, and why sacks were made by defensive linemen Jalen Jelks, Henry Mondeaux and Jonah Moi.
–9. Ducks Must “Do Something DIFFERENT” versus Utah
Text and Video Analysis: October 27, 2017
Coach Woody explains how the quarterback made a superb play in a “Zone Read,” but missed a great opportunity on a passing down to keep a drive alive and what the error was…
–8. Stanford Defeat Seems Like Last Year — Explosive Bruins Wait Their Turn
Text and Video Analysis: October 19, 2017
Coach Ken Woody explains how the Ducks learned proper defensive leverage and gap control the hard way…
–7. Ducks Can’t Catch Cougars; Stanford Looms Ahead
Text and Video Analysis: October 13, 2017
The Coach emphasizes the importance of pad level for both sides of the line in a good learning session for all fans.
–6. Only the Strong Survive: How the Ducks Dominated Cal and Prepare for WSU
Text and Video Analysis: October 6, 2017
Coach Woody breaks down an important defensive back technique and calls attention to some really special run blocking by the Ducks in this game.
–5. A Look Back: Why the Ducks Lost in the Desert
Text and Video Analysis: September 29, 2017
Retired College Coach Ken Woody examines the pad level of the trenches for Oregon in this game and shows us through video the impact along with a Special Teams play.
–4. Coach Ken Woody: Breaking Down the New Oregon Offense
Text and Video Analysis: September 22, 2017
Coach Woody explains the success of a Run-Pass-Option play, (RPO) and some inner workings of the Power game on offense for Oregon.
–3. Duck Defense Sets the Edge; Herbert Needs to Set His Feet
Text and Video Analysis: September 15, 2017
Coach Woody breaks down the defensive coverage of Nebraska and how one small component of running a route determines it’s success.
–2. Can Nebraska Solve the Duck’s Offensive Skullduggery?
Text and Video Analysis: September 8, 2017
Coach Woody explains the assignments in Oregon’s running attack and how the numbers in the box can determine success of the play.
–1. Coach Ken Woody: Observe the “Leverage” of Taggart’s Team
Text and Video Analysis: September 1, 2017
Coach Ken Woody explains and shows through slow-motion video the importance of leverage and pad level of the Oregon offensive and defensive lines. A great primer for all!
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