Malzahn began his coaching career in 1991 at Hughes High School. In 1994, he led the Blue Devils to the state finals, which had been their only appearance in school history.
In 1996, he took the head coaching job at Shiloh Christian High School in Springdale, Arkansas. His compiled record at Shiloh was 63-7-1. In 1997, he implemented the hurry-up, no-huddle philosophy into his offense. For the next four years, the Shiloh Offense was one of the nations top yardage producers, averaging almost 7,000 yards per season. Coach Malzahn took Shiloh to four state title appearances and two state championships. Two of his quarterbacks set national records, and in 2000, his team ranked as high as 11 on the ESPN.com National High School Football Ranking.
Great book for those looking to begin a no-huddle attack with a head start; along with a few interesting thoughts for those experienced no-huddle coaches.Published 5 months ago by Destin Dieterich
Good read, can see a lot of this by watching today's auburn offense, his signature is all of it. Very good info for the no- huddle approach.Published 5 months ago by mike jones
Gave me and my team a understanding of how to start to implement the system. Clear and concise A must read!!!Published 6 months ago by JC
I read this book in 2006 after Gus became Offensive Coordinator at the University of Arkansas. The haters thought his High School Hurry-Up No-Huddle Offense wouldn't work in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Brian Benton
Lots of useful insight for coaches who want to use the spread and is helpful for setting it up. Get this if you want to learn more about the spread.Published 6 months ago by Ryan
He breaks down what he did in great detail and gives a great road map. I wish it had a little more of his current information in it, but it is a good read.Published 7 months ago by Brent
I bought this book to give to my son, who is just starting as a coach. This is an easy to read book and offers great illustrations to reference items. Read morePublished 7 months ago by christy