The concept of a clinic geared specifically toward addressing the needs and interests of offensive linemen came to fruition in 1982, when a group of about 18 coaches met with Jim McNally, an assistant coach with the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals, in the Bengals' training facility. This situation continued for a few years, before the clinic eventually became too big for the Bengals' facilities. In response, McNally moved the clinic to a hotel in Cincinnati in the mid-1980s. Among coaches at the initial meeting were Bob Wylie and Paul Alexander, both of whom were to remain involved with C.O.O.L. Clinic over the years.
Format: Book / 114 pages
Author: Earl Browning (Telecoach, Inc.)