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TEAM CLINIC
A Kick Return System
Bernie Anderson, Head Coach
An overview of special teams philosophy, NMU’s kick return system, and off-season drills.
 
Man-to-Man Teaching Progression
Chadd Braine, Def. Coordinator
An overview of defensive back fundamentals with an emphasis on bump and cushion coverage.
 
Playing on the Offensive Line
Jeff Duvendeck, Off. Coordinator
Covers the characteristics and fundamentals demanded of NMU offensive lineman.
 
Coaching Running Backs
Eric Duchaj, RB Coach
An Overview of the basic techniques and drills used to develop running backs.
 
The NMU Outside Linebacker
Matt Bush, OLB Coach
An overview of outside linebacker play, including how to take on blocks, tackle and rush the passer.
 
NMU Defensive Line Play: A 5-Point Progression
Ethan Jeros, D Line Coach
Covers the five-point progression designed to stop the run and rush the passer.
 
The Words of a Champion Part I
Tom Wender, Linebackers Coach
MHSFCA Hall of Fame coach discusses building a successful program and how to change a losing attitude.
 
The Words of a Champion Part II
Tom Wender, Linebackers Coach
MHSFCA Hall of Fame coach discusses responsibility of the head coach and gives advice to young coaches.
 
Turning Adversity Into Opportunity
Bernie Anderson, Head Coach
Coach Anderson discusses how to turn adversity into opportunity, and the three questions that are the foundation of the NMU program.
 
Coaching Quarterbacks
Dan Mettlach, Quarterbacks Coach
An Overview of the basic techniques and drills used to develop quarterbacks.
 
Linebacker Drops in the Traditional 3-Deep Zone
Chadd Braine, Def. Coordinator
An overview of linebacker play in the 3-deep zone including adjustments to one-back sets and trips.
 
NMU Football Championship Manual: Part I
NMU Football Staff
Provides guidelines for success on and off the field. Covers Academics, Body Maintenance and Character/Attitude.
 
NMU Football Championship Manual: Part II
NMU Football Staff
Provides guidelines for success on and off the field. Covers Speed/Strength/Football Skills and Knowledge of the Game.
 
The Equipment Manager
John Tessaro, Equip. Manager
How the role of the equipment manager has changed, and how it impacts the team.
 
Coach/Athletic Trainer Relationship
Kris Rowe, ATC
Discusses the dynamics of the coach/athletic trainer relationship.
 
Hydration
Kris Rowe, ATC
Discusses the importance of hydration and important strategies regarding proper hydration.
 
Updated: Feb 08, 2006, 4:16 PM ET

Marc Kolb

Offensive Coordinator, University of Missouri-Rolla

 

Marc Kolb finished his fourth year as the Miners' offensive coordinator and first as assistant head coach. In 2005 UMR had the 4th best passing attack in NCAA II competition and finished 19th overall in total offense. The 2005 Miners set several team records including most yards a game (433.8), most points per game (34.5), most touchdowns in a season (50), and most pass completions with 305.

 

Last season, the Miners had the top-ranked passing offense in the MIAA as it racked up a then school record 341.5 yards per game through the air to rank third in the NCAA Division II ranks in passing offense. The Miners have set numerous offensive records over the past four seasons.

 

Kolb came to UMR after a four-year stint at Fairfield University, where he started as the defensive line coach in 1998. He switched to the offensive side a year later as he became the offensive coordinator and assistant head coach in the 2001 season.

 

In the three seasons Kolb served as offensive coordinator, the Stags averaged 34.5 points per game. Fairfield scored 37.1 points a game in 1999, which ranked 12th in NCAA Division I-AA, then moved to fifth the next year when it scored 38.7 points a contest. In his third year as offensive coordinator, Fairfield averaged 27.3 points a game under a new head coach. In that span, Fairfield set or tied 78 school records.

 

He has coached offensive units that have finished among the top teams in Division I-AA in several offensive categories, including rushing, passing and total offense. The Stags averaged 406.7 yards of total offense in that span.

 

A native of Seminole, Fla., Kolb earned his bachelor's degree at Brown University in 1994 and entered the coaching ranks in 1995 at Curry College in Massachusetts.

 

In 1997, Kolb moved on to Framingham State to serve as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for one season before joining the Fairfield staff.

 

Kolb and his wife, Lisa, have two sons (Matthew and William) and one daughter (Hannah).

 

Articles by Marc Kolb:

The Beauty, Simplicity, and Repetitiveness of the High/Low 

 

 

Biography and photograph courtesy of University of Missouri-Rolla.
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