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“Jerry Gordon – Defensive Fronts & Run Game Ep. 180” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Gordon about his long and varied coaching experiences and a journey into defensive fronts, fits, and the run game, the heartbeat and core of the game of football. You can follow Coach Gordon on Twitter @JerryGordonFB, and he will be speaking at the Nike Coach of the Year clinic in Connecticut Feb 27 and Feb 28.

“Stephen Hemby – Coordinating a Defense & Coaching O-Line Ep. 179” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Hemby about how he uses his knowledge of OL play to help defeat schemes and technique as a DC. You can follow Coach Hemby on Twitter @CoachShemby.

“George Coltharp – 92 Mesh Group Ep. 178” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Coltharp about the Air Raid, his online resource 92 Mesh Group, and hosting his own podcast named Squadron 53.3. You can follow Coach Coltharp on Twitter @coachcoltharp.

“Nick Johnson – Coaching Offensive Line in Georgia Ep. 177” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Johnson about his excellent football journey from the University of South Carolina to a startup program at Coastal Carolina, his baseball career, and how he coaches his Offensive Line at one of the best programs in Georgia. You can follow Coach Johnson on Twitter @CoachJohnson50.

“Josh Stratton – All Things Buck Sweep Ep. 176” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Stratton for an entire episode about Pin-Pull and the many variations, tags, and constraint plays off this great scheme. You can follow Coach Stratton on Twitter @StrattonJosh.

“Steven Lo – OC National Champions St. John Bosco Ep. 175” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

On today’s episode of RTP we talk with Steven Lo. Coach Lo is the Offensive Coordinator for the 2019 National Champions: St. John Bosco HS in Bellflower, CA.

“Dominick Guglielmo – Developing & Recruiting an O-Line From Scratch Ep. 174” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Guglielmo about recruiting, developing, and coaching an OL from scratch as a new college football program. You can follow Coach Guglielmo on Twitter @Coach_Guglielmo.

“Scott Levin – NFL Scouting Ep. 173” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

On today’s episode of RTP we talk with Scott Levin. Coach Levin is a former NFL scout with the Cleveland Browns and also works for Just Play Sports and their online football playbooks. Listen as we talk with Coach Levin about his awesome football journey and...

“Justin Penner – 2019 Iowa State Champion Ep. 172” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Penner about his 2019 State Championship, how R4 has assisted in their offensive game planning, and some Inside Zone! You can follow Coach Penner on Twitter @coachpenner.

“Adam McElderry – G Lead & Wide Zone Ep. 171” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

On today’s episode of RTP we talk with Adam McElderry. Coach McElderry is the OL Coach at Valley HS in West Des Moines, IA. Listen as we talk with Coach McElderry about how he coaches the wide zone, their G Lead scheme, and how he develops his OL in the offseason. You...

Meet Our Team

Rowdy Harper

Rowdy Harper

Offensive Line Coach & Run Game Coordinator Broken Arrow HS Oklahoma

4 year starter on the University of Houston’s Offensive Line, where I started at 4 different positions for 52 consecutive games. I am currently the Offensive Line coach at Broken Arrow High School in Oklahoma. I love everything Football, especially offensive line play, and gap scheme run game!
Brady Walz

Brady Walz

Wide Receiver Coach Ankeney HS Iowa

This will be my 15th year of coaching. I currently coach WR’s at Ankeny HS in Iowa. I have coached in college at Augustana University and the University of Tulsa, at large high schools in Oklahoma like Jenks HS and Broken Arrow HS, and at smaller schools in Colorado, Nebraska, and South Dakota. I have also coached JV and 9th grade football teams at several stops, all while coaching nearly every position on a football field. These experiences have happened because I love learning football, teaching football, and developing athletes and coaches for their own football lives and beyond.

What People Are Saying

Jason Mcendoo : Oklahoma State CowboyBack Coach

Mike Bloesch : Tulsa Offensive Line Coach

Kyle Segler : ULM Tight Ends & Special Teams Coordinator

iTunes Review : Coach Bartel

iTunes Review : Ol Ball Coach

iTunes Review : CoachPalmer

Dub Maddox : Co-Owner NFA

Brady’s knowledge of football, athletic training and development are the best I have been around. He has a unique ability to channel his expertise in different ways so that kids “get it”.
Brady is the consummate team player who is willing to serve wherever he can so that others may benefit.
I would highly recommend Brady as apart of any workplace that seeks to use his tremendous talents. You will not find a better person and coach.

RYAN MULLANEY : CEO TEAM ATTACK ACADEMY

Can you imagine saying this about anyone you know in any industry? Here goes. Brady Walz is the best complete football coach I’ve ever known. I am not one to embellish. I’ve played for Bud Grant, Buddy Ryan, Neil Armstrong, Marv Levy, Ray Malavasi, Tony Knap, Bill Mallory, Les Steckel, and Sark Arslanian. I’ve coached with many more over 28 years of football experience. I’ll say it again. Brady Walz is the best complete football coach I’ve ever met (let alone worked with).

Jim Thornton : President Results Unlimited INC.

Brady is one of the best and brightest coaches in the country. He has a keen eye for talent and understands the nuances of line play. As a tight end coach he has exceptional awareness of the details and the communication skills to teach not only the “what” but more importantly, the “why”. The bottom line, he maximizes players abilities by packaging his knowledge and delivering in the appropriate manner.

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