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Dan Gonzalez began his coaching career when he was given the responsibility of handling passing game quality control during his senior season as a player at the University of Texas. After graduation, he served one season as an assistant at Ranger College, then moved on to serve as the quarterback coach at Abilene Christian University from 1996 to 1997 before returning as the offensive coordinator at Ranger College. From 1998 to 1999 at Ranger College, he produced all-conference selections at quarterback and wide receiver. He was also in charge of administrative operations and was the academic advisor for the football program.
Gonzalez then spent two seasons as the offensive coordinator at North Lamar High School in Paris, Texas. After two seasons, he joined the Lenoir-Rhyne University (formerly Lenoir-Rhyne College) staff in January 2002 as the quarterback and wide receiver coach and co-offensive coordinator. Dan Gonzalez rejoined the Abilene Christian University coaching staff for the 2005 season. The 2005 campaign featured two all-conference selections at wide receiver, including the development of a sophomore receiver who would go on to finish his career as the school and conference record holder in receptions and receiving yardage. Gonzalez frequently engages in staff clinics, quarterback camps, and private consultations.
Learned a lot from the book. Enjoyed the layout of the book and the diagrams. Definitely a book that could help a beginning coach or a vet.Published 16 months ago by Shevaun Trifaro
Read it before you install your offense. Great insight on protection schemes. Use the R4 system with these concepts and you have a winner.Published on January 28, 2013 by Steve
I agree that this book may take 2-3 reads. However, once you get the concept, it's really worthwhile. It can offer a lot of flexibility. Should you use this as your base offense? Read morePublished on December 21, 2011 by CoachCP