Share & Learn

Two men meet, they each have one penny, they exchange pennies, each goes their separate way only possessing one penny.  

Two men meet, they each have an idea, they exchange ideas, each goes their separate way now possessing two ideas, the one they shared and the one that was shared with them.  

Join Coach Alercio at the Big New England Football Clinic, March 4th & 5th in Newport RI.

I have often said that one of the greatest things about the football coaching profession is the willingness of coaches to share their ideas with others.  I am honored with the opportunity to share some ideas with fellow coaches at the Big New England Football Clinic March 4-5 in Newport, Rhode Island.  

My first session, Adding Screen Pass Options to Your Offense, is Saturday, March 5 at 8:00am.  It is followed with a 9:10am session on 4th & Go Offense, 4th Down is not for Punting.  

The greatest reward in sharing these ideas is hearing the stories of success they have helped others achieve.  While recently attending a clinic in Boston, I was approached by a coach from Cape Elizabeth HS in Maine who informed me that they incorporated our 4th & Go offense this past season helping them win a state championship.  Later that day, I was stopped by coaches from Woodstock Academy in CT who shared that they too implemented our 4th & Go philosophy on their way to a league championship.  

I look forward to seeing old friends, making new ones, sharing ideas, and learning from others at the Big New England Football Clinic.  

Coach Rich Alercio is available to discuss coaching philosophy, X’s & O’s, or teach his O-Line “techniques in the trenches.” Contact Coach at and share with your colleagues and friends. Thanks for supporting this blog and joining our conversations, and as always, thanks for your time! 

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