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The following football coaches and sports industry professionals have been guests on the most recent Coaches Corner shows or Chalk Talk podcasts.

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Philip Haywood is the winningest coach in Kentucky history, with a career record of 403-129 over 41 seasons. His teams have won five state championships and finished as the state runner-up six other times. Coach Haywood recently published the book Faith, Family and Football. 

Frank Lenti, Head Football Coach at Mt. Carmel H.S. in Illinois. Coach Lenti, the winningest coach in Illinois HS football history, talks about his philosphy and the Split Back Veer offense that he has run over over 3 decades.

Steve Weber, Head Football Coach at Bedford North Lawrence (IN) has developed a reputation for turning around High School programs. Coach Weber credits the evolution of his Offense - from the Wing T, to the Flexbone, to the Spread and finally to the Triple Gun. 

About the Guests on most recent Coaches Corner Shows

Ralph Isernia enters his third year as the Head Football Coach at RPI College  (Division III - Liberty League). Isernia was most recently the Assistant Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator at Ferrum College. His previous experience includes six years at the University of Charleston, where he was assistant head coach, the offensive coordinator and interim head coach. 

John Bland  enters his second season the Head Football Coach at Mississippi College.  Coach Bland previously appeared on Coaches Corner Volume 32  when he talked about Option Football. Bland became the Head Football Coach at Mississippi College after an eight-year career at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Ky, where he had a record of 70-21 with five Mid-South Conference championships ('07, '08, '09, '10, '13)

Coach Bill Mountjoy is a Virginia football coaching legend. In his 33 years as a High School football coach in Virginia – most of it as Head Football Coach. ...more

Scott Cramer  - Defensive Coordinator at Verona, H.S. in Verona, WI and son of Kip Cramer one of Wisconsin's most successful H.S. Football Coaches.  Scott has written a number of articles on Defensive topics, including Involving your players in Presenting your Scouting Report.  Coach Cramer previously appeared on Coaches Corner Volume 4 when he talked about Defending the Option.

Marcus Mayo is currently an Assistant Coach at (NCAA Division II) South Dakota School of Mines, Rapid City, SD.  Mayo has held a number of positions on the Offensive side of the ball, including five as a HS assistant coach  - two in Illinios as an Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach and three in Montana as a Wide Receiver and Quarterbacks Coach. 

Chris Fore is a veteran Athletic Director and Head Football Coach from Southern California who specializes in the hiring process among the highly competitive athletic world. His consulting business, EightLaces, has been instrumental in helping coaches navigate the employment process. He counts former NFL players, collegiate coaches at all levels, and high school coaches from all sports as his clients, including one client that just landed a NCAA Division 2 Head Football Coaching position.

Fore's record of turning around athletic programs as an AD is impressive, with his school winning MORE League Championships than the year before in every job he's taken on.  A recent example - Excelsior Charter School hired Chris to bring prestige to their athletic program after winning just 3 League Championships in TEN years. In addition to BUILDING CHAMPIONSHIP CALIBER FOOTBALL PROGRAMS, released in December, 2013, Chris Fore has also published OUTSIDE THE LINES: FOOTBALL COACHES and OUTSIDE THE LINES: ATHLETIC DIRECTORS.  He has written articles for national magazines, been featured in articles on some of football’sleading websites, and has been a guest on radio shows and podcasts dealing with High School Football.

Shaun Weaver  enters his eighth season as a member of the Gettysburg coaching staff and his seventh as the Defensive Coordinator in 2013. Weaver also coaches the linebackers. In 2012 Gettysburg finished among the conference leaders in numerous defensive categories, including pass defense (second, 182.5 ypg), scoring defense (third, 19.9 ppg), and total defense (third, 316.5 ypg) en route to a 7-3 season - the team's best record since 1994. Under Weaver, the 2012 Bullet Defense held four opponents to seven points or less and posted its first shutout in eight years.

Prior to his arrival at Gettysburg, Weaver served as the defensive line coach at Bemidji State University in Minnesota from 2004-05. He also spent two seasons coaching the defensive line and serving as the junior varsity defensive coordinator at his alma mater, Wilmington College in Ohio, from 2002-03. Weaver holds two Bachelor of Science degrees from Wilmington College, one in secondary education/social studies licensure, and one in history. and a Master's Degree in Sports Sudies from Bemidji State University (MN).

Mike Popovich  - is the Head Football Coach at Mt Zion H.S. in Decatur IL. Formerly the Offensive Coordinator at the US Army Sprint Football team, Popovich brought the Franklin system to Army three years ago.  Popovich arrived at West Point after serving as an assistant coach for six years as the Head Coach at Bunker Hill High School in Illinois for two years. As head coach, Popovich led the Bunker Hill Minutemen to their first winning season and first playoff appearance in program history.  Popovich left Bunker Hill as the winningest coach in program history. In his first season as Army's offensive coordinator the Black Knights averaged a CSFL-best 430 yards per game and 37.3 points per game and routinely produced 400+ yards of Offense per game.

Bud Boughton  is an Assistant Football Coach at Franklin College in Indiana, and was this year's featured luncheon speaker at the USA Football Coaching School held at the Indianapolis Colts Complex. Coach Boughton is a former college football player, coach and educator, sales professional, former senior executive, and author. Bud began his professional life as a college football coach and educator, obtaining his Master's degree while coaching college football at Ball State University in Muncie, IN With his roots in education and coaching, he moved from the coaching profession into the business world where he worked for several Fortune 500 companies early in his business career (Proctor & Gamble, Xerox and IBM). Bud held several senior level management positions and was an officer of a publicly traded software company from 1996 to 2001.   ...more

Mark West  - an active Lt. Colonel in the Army and Franklin's first High School QB enters his fourth season as the head coach of Army sprint football. West coached the Black Knights in 2008 and 2009 before serving a one-year tour of duty in Iraq. He returned to the Academy prior to the 2011 season. West guided the Black Knights to a 6-1 record in his second season, the best mark since 2000, before departing prior to the 2010 CSFL championship season.0. The 6-1 season ended Army's five-year drought of losing seasons.

Dave Cisar is the Founder and President of the Screaming Eagles Youth Football Organization, a program started in 1998 that has served 400 children ages 6-14 with programs in academic accountability, character development, youth football and other youth sports.  Dave now heads up the Eagle program in the Lincoln, Nebraska. Dave's teams have success both on an off the field, and he has been a frequent clinic speaker nationwide for Nike, Glazier Mega Clinics, Clinic of Champions. Cisar now conducts his own Winning Youth Football clinics.

Paul Markowski is currently the Running Backs coach at the United States Military Academy "Sprint" (aka lightweight) football program .  Previously, he served as an Assistant Coach at a number of NCAA Division II Colleges, including Mansfield University in Mansfield, PA and Simon Fraser University, in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Markowksi also served as an assistant coach with the Charles County Lions, a semi-professional team in Waldorf, Maryland. ...more

Tony Demeo is an offensive innovator and the creator of the Triple Gun Offense.  He has published numerous books and DVDs and is a popular speaker on the clinic circuit. In his 25 years of experience as a head college football coach, Demeo built a reputation for turning around college programs, and had an overall record of 137-108 -4.  ...more

Darrel "Mouse" Davis , now retired, is best known as the “Father of the Run-and-Shoot Offense”. Davis was most recently Offensive Coordinator at the University of Hawaii in 2010, his second stint at UH.  Previously,  from 2004-06, Davis was a member of former coach June Jones’ staff and is credited with the 2006 Team leading the nation in passing offense (441.3), total offense (559.2), scoring offense (46.9)and pass efficiency (185.95).  Davis left Hawai‘i to join Jerry Glanville’s staff at Portland State in 2007. ...more

Mike DiMatteo is the Head Football Coach at Buffalo Grove HS in Illinois. Coach Mike DiMatteo previously was Head Coach at Hinsdale Central, Hinsdale, MI and Lake Zurich H.S., Lake Zurich, IL.  DiMatteo recently released a pair of videos available at Coaches Choice and has written articles for, and later served as Managing Editor of Option Central during his days at Lake Zurich and Hinsdale, including one entitled Formulating Formations  

Gino Arcaro is the Owner of X Fitness, Welland, Ontario and head coach of two football teams: Niagara X-Men (Canada’s only club collegiate-level football team that plays in the USA) and the Burlington Seminoles, a semi-pro football team is our guest on this edition of Coaches Corner.

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