Dan Gonzalez was introduced to me by a friend who said that Dan was the smartest player he had ever coached. I experienced his knowledge first-hand when Dan and I visited NFL camps together.
Dan’s books are two of the best teaching devices for offensive football that my wife (who also trains quarterbacks with me) and I have ever read. Despite having an IQ that is off the charts, Dan presents his thoughts in a concise, straightforward and logical manner that the player can easily understand and implement. He uses “just-like” situations so that as the books progress, the player improves with each study rather than being overwhelmed.
John (and Leesa) McGregor
Quarterback Training & Development
3406 Stonehenge Square
Roanoke, VA 24018
We as coaches should strive to make things as easy as possible for our players, not the other way around. As evidenced by OHIO STATE's amazing run using their 2nd- and 3rd-string quarterbacks, coaches should install systems and ensure teaching that coaches to the whole, not to singular people. We say all the time that "injuries are part of the game"; if that is the case, systems need to be able to account for injuries, rather than accepting defeat.