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  1. Coronado High School Football Organization 2013 -2014 Parents Meeting April 23rd, 2013

  2. MeetingAgenda • Welcome • Coaching Philosophy • Coaching Mission and Vision • Direction of Program • Incoming Freshman Important Information • Fundraising Commitments • Summer Schedules and Camps • Football Camp • Senior Leadership • Important Information • Volunteering • Questions & Answers

  3. Coronado Football Coach Talich • Known as an innovative thinker and teacher on the field. • Varsity Defensive Coordinator in two state semi-final contests. • Varsity Defensive Coordinator in four Zone Championships. • Defensive Coordinator Lions All-Star Football Game 2001, 2008 • Assistant Coach Lions All-Star Football Game 2007, 2006 • Camp Organizer for the Easter Seals Steven Jackson Foundation Football Camp. • Top 5 Defenses in City in points allowed at Silverado High School and Las Vegas High School (11.2 – 12.8 ppg allowed) • Varsity Defensive Coordinator for Silverado – Silverado experienced 1st playoff victory in school history. • Defensive Coordinator for the Nevada 7-7 All Star Team (New Line Athletics), 2008 • “System Client” – 3 years an elite client with the Tony Franklin “System” of Offensive Football. 2007, 2008, 2009 • Defensive Coordinator for 7 on 7 United Football League Champions; sponsored by Under Armor 2010. • Football Clinician at the 2009 National Frank Glazier Football Clinic; “Transitioning from the Under Front to the 4-2-5 Defense”. • Las Vegas Area Cowboy Joe Club Annual Fundraiser Organizer 2006-2009. • Defensive Coordinator for Coronado High School 2011-2012; (Coronado Defense was ranked 4th in the State of Nevada in total Defense) Led the Southeast Division in Total Defense.

  4. Coaching Philosophy • Our objective is to make football a positive experience for the players and the people involved with Coronado Football • We will demand excellence in all dealings with players and coaches • If the players can keep up with the coaches pace we will be successful • We will build TEAM unity and do our best to dissolve dissention amongst team members • Coaching is INTENSE teaching • Make all people associated with the program feel like they are an important part of the game plan • Never hesitate to tell players and coaches that we appreciate their efforts and during a long season we will all experience times of depression. It is at those times that one encouraging word is like a ray of sunshine • We will practice to win and play to win • You may read our entire Coaching Philosophy on the Coronado Football Website (

  5. Coronado Mission and Vision • The right to have a High School career not consumed by the “year round” single sport mentality • A well structured athletic environment, from practices to actual competition days • Recognition for the contributions each athlete has made to the team • Instill the players with the “magic of believing” • Promote the idea of teach first and coach after • Develop the feeling of camaraderie and security for players • Coaches will in our education and learning strive to find an “Edge” for our athletes • Require commitment forms from everyone who wants to put on a Coronado Cougar uniform • Develop a burning desire to do what ever it takes • Build attitudes and discipline within our entire program • Involve our feeder schools inside of our Coronado Football Program • Develop Leadership Skills with athletes. Develop an athlete that has a never-give-up attitude. Develop a NO EXCUSE attitude • Assist athletes with the recruiting process and continued education opportunities.

  6. Coronado Football 2013-2014 Direction of the Program • Senior Leadership Committee • Cougar Buddy Program • Highlight DVD and Information Letter to feeder Middle Schools • Reading Program at feeder Elementary Schools (April – May) • “Homecoming Jersey” for Varsity Players • Meetings with Senior Leadership Committee • Recruit Experienced Coaches • Develop an Offensive and Defensive system of football consistent in all levels • Developing a yearly calendar for Coronado Football in yearly activities

  7. Direction of the Program What we have done: What we are working on: • Contacted All Feeder Elementary Schools for the Cougar Buddy Program • Set up Reading opportunities for our players with Elementary students • Developed a Year Round Calendar posted on Website • Attending Las Vegas Power Clean Meet • Attending SNFCA sponsored Combine • Attending UNLV 7-7 Camp • Established Senior Leadership Committee • Delivered Team Highlight Video to feeder Middle Schools • Homecoming Jersey Order • Weight Program and Speed development Programs for Off-Season • Developing a Player Handbook for all levels • Setting up possible 7-7 opportunities for learning the offense and defense in the summer months • Spring Football Game May 23rd 6:00pm • Physical Day Dr. Nielson’s Office on April 24th from 5pm – 8:00pm (which is a fundraising opportunity) • Offense and Defense Installation with football staff in Spring Training • Fundraising Incentives for all players within the program Golf Tournament Fundraiser. Card Sales in July • Setting up Fall Scrimmages with other schools • Web Page Design: • HUDL (Must have an Account!!)

  8. Incoming Freshman Important Information • Golf Fundraiser Flyer June 24th, 2013 CASCATA GOLF COURSE (Fundraising Opportunities for Program) SEE FLYER • May 8th (Meet the Coaches Night) Black Mountain Grill!!! 5:30 – 8:00pm • May 23rdSpring Game attendance at Coronado High School 6:00pm • Hudl Sign Up Sheets DUE Tonight! (Important all information is filled out) • May 30st6:00pm Athletic Night at Coronado High School (Encouraged) • June 10th (HOW TO FILL OUT PACKET NIGHT A MUST!!!!!!) 6:00PM • June 11th (1st Weight Training Session for Freshman) 7am – 10am • Weights Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (June 11 – July 25th ) Weights Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday • Physical Exam Night for Athletic Packet (April 24th, 2013) Dr. Neilson’s Office 5:00 PM– 8:00PM • Athletic Packets Due by JUNE 20th NO EXCEPTIONS; We will Collect during the summer lifting days. • Cougar Card Fundraiser Starts Tuesday July 2nd, Ends Aug. 10th CARDS ARE DUE ON AUG. 10TH OR BEFORE, NO EXCEPTIONS!

  9. Coronado Football Information • How Information will be distributed: (HUDL – MUST HAVE ACCOUNT) • Documents, Philosophies, Calendars, etc – Coronado Cougar Football Website ( Link also provided within Coronado Website ( • Like us on FACEBOOK: Coronado Cougar Football • Committee Sign up Sheets Will be Available on Aug. 7th during Water and Gatorade Day • From time to time during summer months athletes will be provided with some paperwork to take home for changes in schedules or any other important information • April 6th– LVHS Power Clean Meet 7:00am Varsity Only ($15.00) • May 8th Meet Coaches Night – Black Mountain Grill 5:30pm – 8:00pm • May 23rd Spring Football Game at Coronado High School 6:00pm • May 30st Athletic Night at Coronado HS 6:00pm • June 8th 7 – 7 Passing Camp at UNLV (Varsity and JV Only) • Summer Camp to be announced at a later date! • June 10th – HOW TO FILL OUT AN ATHLETIC PACKET NIGHT!!! 6:00pm

  10. Coronado Football Parent Involvement • Coronado QB Club (Tuesday Evenings During the Season) • Meet the Coaches Night (Black Mountain Grill) 5:30 – 8:00pm • Committee Organization (Sign Up Sheets will be available on Aug. 7th • Find a HI-POD Filmer for Wednesday Night Practice • Fundraising Opportunities for the Program (Parent Involvement) • Aug. 7th Help with Collection of Cougar Card Monies, HUDL, Paperwork, Concessions, etc. (7:00am -7:00pm) • Barbeque Chef’s during Home Games • Encouraged participation of Physical Exam Night which uses Physicians who will donate back to program (TBA through HUDL) • Cougar Buddy Newsletter!! • Deliver Fruit to players on Sat. Mornings (Program Purchased) • Team Dinners. • Support your son, coaches, and school as we work together to provide positive experiences.

  11. Coronado Football Fundraising Opportunities • Golfing Fundraiser – Must at least provide a sponsorship, golfer(s), and /or donations to the Fundraiser. An incentive program will be developed by coaching staff to reward those who provide more participation in the tournament. (ALL LEVELS) Athletes may choose to donate raffle prizes and or silent auction items no less than $150.00 in value if a sponsorship can not be reached. CASCATA GOLF CLUB JUNE 24th - MONDAY • Cougar Card Sales - Cougar Card Sales will be July 2nd - Aug. 9th. Each athlete is expected to sell 14 Cards (per Billy Love ) and Mr. Love will provide incentive programs for athletes who sell 20 and above. An award will go to the top seller. • Physical Exam Day - Recommend each athlete participate in the physical exam event with Dr. Nielson and his medical staff. All proceeds will be donated back to the Coronado Football Program. $20.00/athlete April 24th 5:00pm – 8:00pm • Program Advertisements - During the summer months athletes will be asked to purchase or sell ad space for our game program. At least a Business Card Advertisement cost at $35.00 Incentives will be developed for athletes who sell the highest dollar amount in program advertisements.

  12. CORONADO COUGAR FOOTBALL GOLF CLASSIC FUNDRAISER • Las Vegas, Nevada (February 28, 2013)--Cascata is about as good as it gets for the Las Vegas Golf Region. Golfers cherish the opportunity to tee it up at this Top 100 golf courses which has earned 29 out of 30 points from the prestigious ZAGAT survey. And now the annual benefit golf tournament for the Coronado High School football program is scheduled at the course on June 24, 2013. Head Coach Brad Talich, along with several assistant coaches who played in the NFL, led Coronado to the best season in school history in 2012, and all proceeds from this Las Vegas golf tournament will help strengthen the future of the program. --By Brian Hurlburt • "Last year we went 10-3 and made it to the state of Nevada semi-final game, and that is the best showing by any football team in the history of Coronado," says Talich, who was in his first year in 2012. "From day one of spring practice, we started to instill an overall team philosophy of hard work, and the kids put that philosophy to good use throughout the year and were rewarded for it. And already this spring we see the kids in Coronado community buying into our system and philosophy even more, and we have high expectations again for the coming season. The future of the Coronado football program is very bright and this golf event will help us continue to be successful, and we thank our sponsors and golfers in advance for the support." • Cascata was once called "Golf's Hidden Treasure" by Sports Illustrated, and has hosted events surrounding Tiger Jam (Tiger Woods' annual fundraiser), and it is also a home of the Butch Harmon School of Golf in Las Vegas. The course is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment. Celebrities and Tour pros play the course on a regular basis. Click now for the official photo gallery of Cascata. • Teams of four are $700 for the Coronado tournament, and other sponsorships are available. The top sponsor (Red) is $2500 and includes a foursome, a sign on a tee box, a Red Coronado Homecoming jersey with name on back, a full-page ad in the 2013 football program, a banner at all home football games, and more. You can click to email Coach Talich for all details and signups. And be sure to check the Coronado football website for more details and tournament updates. • Talich is joined on the coaching staff by several coaches with NFL experience and blood lines. Those coaches who played in the NFL are two-time SuperBowl Champion Mike Cofer (49ers) and Brian Noble, a NFL veteran who played with the Green Bay Packers. Also on the staff is George Yarno, the son of Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line coach.

  13. Coronado Cougar Football Golf Classic Flyer

  14. Coronado Football Concessions Donations • On Aug. 7th from 7:00am – 7pm we will have Cougar Card Money Collection, HUDL sign up, Collection of 2 cases of water (16.9 oz.), 1 case of Gatorade (24, 20 oz. bottles) • EVERY LEVEL IN THE PROGRAM WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PURCHASE OF THESE ITEMS • Program Ads Sales will be due on Aug. 7th as well • Data Base entries, and all paperwork will be turned in on that day • Concession Stand committee sign up During the Aug. 7th Water and Gatorade Day. • Tickets will be issued on that day so that helmets will be issued to the athletes • HUDL (Clean Up Player and Parent Accounts)!!!!!

  15. Coronado Football Needs: • Equipment Bags • 2 HD Cameras for HUDL • Freshman Uniforms: Home and Away (NEED REPLACED) • Footballs – Every Level • Game Pants • Hi – Pod Camera minor fixes • Homecoming Jerseys • Hudl Payment Due in May $3,000 • Program DVD’s • Practice Plan and Offensive Statistics Software • Repair Water Flow systems for practice (need hand nozzles) • Practice Knee Pads • Game Pants Knee Pads • Replacement of 10 helmets and 10 Shoulder Pads • Weekly Awards “Photo Balls”

  16. Coronado Football

  17. Coronado Football Volunteering and Program Support • Opportunities for Committee Sign Up • Coronado QB Club Support • Donation of Time for Special Events • Committee meetings (TBA)