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Best Dwayne Johnson/Tyler Olsen podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Dwayne Johnson/Tyler Olsen podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The California Community College athletic program is unlike anything else in the country. Rich Kollen, SCCFOA Director of Football Operations joins us to talk about this large organization and how they have been so successful producing quality officials. Listen in and learn about this unique program. Quote of the Week If you have courage to begin, …
 
Did you know that American Football is played all over the world? IFAF Europe Coordinator of Officials Frank Kristensen talks to us about the organization that governs international play, International Federation of American Football and how American football is officiated and played around the world. Quote of the Week “What you get by achieving yo…
 
ACC Referee Stuart Mullins joins us for our 83rd conversation. He talks to us about various clock issues that we may encounter during the course of a game. Stuart discusses how to prevent clock issues from occurring. He provides some thoughts on how to correct them when they happen. We also touch on the importance of mentorship and giving back. Quo…
 
Beginning this year, the CFO is allowing a 7-person mechanics experiment, with the umpire in the offensive backfield. On today's episode, we have 3 officials from the BigSky conference who have worked these mechanics the past two years. Referee Kelly Holman, Umpire John Schindler and Back Judge Chris Storey join us to give us their thoughts on work…
 
Tyler and Dwayne go through the list of 2020 Editorial Changes, We review each editorial change and offer explanations and examples to hopefully clarify these new set of changes. Quote of the Week Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking. —Albert Einstein Fight Song - "Old Wabash" Support the s…
 
In this conversation we are discussing how our mindset can play a big role in officiating (and in our lives). Big XII officials, Daniel Young [BJ] and Brandon Cruse [R], are our guests. They describe the two mindsets and provide examples of how they manifest themselves in football officiating. Quote of the Week Why waste time proving over and over …
 
In this conversation, Tyler and Dwayne discuss running play segments; the related run and the last run in particular. We cover how to determine the basic spot, based on when the foul occurred. Additionally we cover the special case when we enforce the penalty from the end of the last run. Fight Song - Notre Dame Quote of the Week I don’t think of a…
 
If we have learned anything in 2020, it is that there are so many things that are out of our control. Pac-12 and 2020 National Championship, Referee Chris Coyte joins us to discuss a list of officiating items that we have complete control over; on and off the field. Quote of the Week There can be no greater gift than that of giving one's time and e…
 
Big XII Field Judge Matt Mills (Mr. 10.2.5.a), makes his 3rd appearance on the podcast. This time he is breaking down rules pertaining to field goals. Matt does a great job simplifying these often misunderstood rules into easy to follow steps. Quote of the Week It is only with gratitude that life becomes rich. - Dietrich Bonhoffer Mentioned on the …
 
Effective leadership is important in order for a crew to learn, grow and function as a cohesive unit. ACC Referee Jeff Flanagan makes his second appearance on the podcast to discuss 12 Leadership Flaws that hamper the above goals. Listen in and determine if there are some areas in which you can improve upon as a leader. Quote of the Week I know fea…
 
In this conversation, Tyler and Dwayne discuss Onside Kicks and why they are so difficult to officiate. We cover the many rules and mechanics involved during this often critical part of the game. Quote of the Week Your task is not to foresee the future, but to enable it. Fight Song - Boise State Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)…
 
Steve Strimling makes his annual appearance on the podcast to discuss the new rules for 2020. This is a rule change year and there have been a number of changes to help us better officiate the game. Steve provides insight into why some rules were changed and examples to further clarify others. Quote of the Week You may never know what results come …
 
In this general overview of the targeting rules, we discuss the similarities and differences between the two types of targeting. We also break down types defenseless players and fouls that are coupled with targeting. Quote of the Week "The great danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too…
 
Darryl Johnson (DJ) is a Head Line Judge in the Pac-12 conference. He has had the honor of working two National championships. DJ joins us today to discuss his career as well as to break down some line of scrimmage philosophies. Note: Please excuse some of the technical difficulties we encountered on this one. The content is great but the sound qua…
 
Longtime Umpire and newly appointed Pac-12 Referee, Francisco (Frank) Villar is our guest for this week's conversation. Frank has had the honor of working two National Championships, including the most recent one in January. We discuss a number of topics with him, including his passion for giving back to younger officials. Quote of the Week The way…
 
Division II National Director of Football Officiating, Mike Burton, returns to the podcast in his new role. We discuss his first year in the newly created national position. Additionally we cover the current and future landscape of Division II football. Quote of the Week Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to …
 
On this episode, Maia Chaka, line of scrimmage official, joins us for a conversation. She brings a lot of experience having worked in various leagues throughout her career. We take a look at Maia's career and discuss some influential people along the way. We cover some aspects of working the line of scrimmage as well. Fight Song - Auburn Support th…
 
Tyler and Dwayne cover rules 10.1.4 - 10.1.6. This includes enforcement of Offsetting Fouls, Dead-Ball Fouls and Live Ball-Dead Ball Fouls. They go over key concepts and provide play scenarios to help clarify the rules. Fight Song - Penn State Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)By Dwayne Johnson/Tyler Olsen
 
In our first rule conversation of Season 3, Tyler and Dwayne tackle Rule 6.3.11. We attempt to clarify some often misunderstood portions of this rule. Topics include: Definition Key Concepts Team A fouls vs Team B fouls Fight - Song Florida Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)By Dwayne Johnson/Tyler Olsen
 
Fitness expert, Sean Robbins joins us again (see Season1) to discuss different aspects of officials' physical preparation. Topics include: Difference between training and recovery. Importance of recovery Recommended recovery tasks Sports officials training app For more information about Sean's programs: https://sites.google.com/view/fitnesssportsex…
 
Longtime and newly retired Big 10 Referee Dan Capron is our guest for this conversation. We discuss his distinguished career; which includes a National Championship as well as working the most attended NCAA football game in history. Dan discusses these topics, rivalry games, and more. Fight Song - Baylor Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ru…
 
Pac-12 Side Judge and Tait-Consul-Griffith Football Officiating Camp director, Gary Reed joins to discuss a variety of topics. Gary was the 1st Rule 11 Podcast guest and he returns to talk about the camp, his Pac-12 experience and mentoring. Fight Song - Oklahoma Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)…
 
The BigSky Supervisor of Officials and Stars & Stripes Academy co-founder, Karl Richins, is our guest for this conversation. Karl discuss a variety of topics including: A look back at his career path. What makes SASA a unique officiating training opportunity What he looks for in a candidate. Fight Song - Clemson Support the show (https://www.patreo…
 
The CFO National Director of Instant Replay, Dean Blandino, joins on this episode. We discuss a variety of topics including: Her Turf documentary update 1st year in the role (Successes and Challenges) Replay official's career path and skillset Current and future state of replay Fight Song - Ohio State Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule1…
 
In the Season 3 opener, Tyler and Dwayne reflect on the 2019 college football season. We discuss how we did against our goals, what went well and what could have been improved. Thanks for listening as we begin our 3rd year of Rule 11. Fight Song - LSU Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)…
 
Big XII Referee Mike Defee joins us to discuss a variety of subjects that can help officials at all levels. Take a listen to the numerous insights in this conversation. Topics include: Career overview Leadership style Setting the tone/expectations for the crew Balancing family/football/work Advice for officials at all levels Quote of the Week Do or…
 
Tyler and Dwayne discuss two different topics. We first talk about some things you can do during a team's practice to take advantage of the time spent there. We also go over the numbering exception rule. Quote of the Week Done is better than perfect. - Anonymous Fight Song - Penn State Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)…
 
PAC-12 Back Judge David Ross joins us for a conversation regarding Punt Mechanics and KCI. Learn how he prepares for punt situations even before taking the field. David provides some great insights and tips. All positions can benefit from this conversation. Quote of the Week I don't believe in luck, I believe in preparation - Bobby Knight Fight Son…
 
Tyler and Dwayne continue our discussion of Rule 5. This time we tackle Section 2, Down and Possession After a Penalty. Quote of the Week (From Tony Dungy) Be On Time: Show that you're reliable Take Ownership: Do whatever it takes Respond to Adversity: Set the example Execute: Do it the right way all the time Act like a champion: Put the team first…
 
Tyler and Dwayne discuss Section 1 of Rule 5; breaking down this short but vital set of rules. Quote of the Week “To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart.” – Eleanor Roosevelt Fight Song - Boston College Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)By Dwayne Johnson/Tyler Olsen
 
Big XII Umpire, Scott Teifer joins us to discuss the umpire position. Scott shares his thought process during various portions of the game. Whether you work the umpire position or not, this episode provides some good insights. Topics include: Learning play from previous seasons Mechanics during free kicks Pre-snap thoughts on scrimmage plays How Sc…
 
Conversation number 50! In this conversation we discuss instances when the ball is declared dead. We also have a ruling from Steve Shaw that provides clarity to a controversial play scenario. Quote of the Week Everything gets harder if you start going on and on about how hard it is - N.D. Wilson Fight Song - USC Support the show (https://www.patreo…
 
Brent Baumann joins us to break down 10 second subtraction rules. Although these situations don't often occur, it is imperative that we get it right in this crucial part of the game. Topics include: Background on the rule 4 categories of 10 second subtractions Discussion and play scenarios of each category The role of communication Quote of the Wee…
 
Mountain West Referee, Michael VanderVelde joins us for Conversation 48. He provides some insights into pre-game meetings and game film review. Conversation includes: Learning play from previous season Goal of pregame meetings Pregame meeting format Grading game film Correction on the Virtual Clinic date. Its June 15th. Not July. Time TBD: Quote of…
 
PAC-12 Replay Communicator and former national championship Referee, Terry Leyden joins us on this episode. He discusses his transition from the field to the replay booth and breaks down reviewable passing plays. Topics include: Terry's career path. Challenges transitioning from Referee to Replay Replay communicator duties Rules discussion: Reviewa…
 
B1G Referee John O'Neill returns to the podcast with Tom Fiedler. Together they are co-coordinators for the Midwest Football Officials Alliance (MFOA). Listen to learn more about their fantastic officiating program. Topics include Overview of the MFOA Tasks of coordinators The COC "stack", and where the MFOA fits in. Training and Feedback Crew make…
 
Roscoe Meisenheimer is a PAC-12 Umpire who has had a lot of success on the field. He shares with us a recent humbling experience that caused him to take fresh look and challenge himself to do better. Conversation includes: Path to the PAC-12 Learning play from last season Working with a CJ (how has it changed the Umpire position) Overcoming Adversi…
 
In this conversation we begin to discuss rules surrounding Instant Replay and reviewable plays; specifically Scoring Plays. Topics include: - Reviewable plays when there is a potential touchdown - Pylon plays - Reviewable plays when there is a potential for a safety - Plays involving field goals Fight Song - Northern Colorado Support the show (http…
 
In this episode, Tyler and Dwayne discuss a few officiating related topics. We get back to the original premise for the podcast by simply having a conversation with each other about officiating Quote of the Week Opportunity looks a lot like hard work. - Ashton Kutcher Fight Song - LSU Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)…
 
Big XII FJ (and former guest- Conversation 22), Matt Mills, joins us again to discuss Situational Awareness and game flow. Topics include: What is situational awareness? Why its important? How to increase your game awareness Anticipation vs Assumption Quote of the Week Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will. - Suzy Kassem Fight Song - South…
 
Byron Adams, AAC Back Judge and board president for the Tom Beard Football Officials Clinic joins us on this episode. He discusses this long running camp and its namesake Topics include: About Tom Beard History of the Clinic How Byron became involved? Slogan “Everyday is Game Day” Tom Beard East vs West Clinic Information (format, costs, clinicians…
 
“Her Turf,” follows three extraordinary female football officials as they bravely attempt to level the playing field. Shantel Hansen (Director and Producer), Dean Blandino (Executive Producer) and Annice Cannady (the 1st female NCAA official) join us to discuss this extremely important documentary. Topics include: What is the documentary about? Whe…
 
Tyler and Dwayne discuss rules related to touching of a scrimmage kick and touching during a pass play. Topics include Touching during a scrimmage kick Touching behind/beyond the neutral zone Illegal touching during scrimmage kick Illegal touching during pass plays Touching by kicking team in B's end zone Eligibility gained or regained Quote of the…
 
In this conversation, Tyler and Dwayne focus on finding the basic spot in a specific case: Running plays when the run ends in the end zone after a change of team possession (10.2.2.d.2). This includes the momentum exception (8.5.1 exception) We hope to clarify these often confusing set of rules with some play scenarios. Quote of the Week “My heart …
 
Rick Kruger and Brian Boche (rhymes with Hockey) manage the Upper Midwest Collegiate Football Officials Clinic in Minneapolis, Minnesota, B1G country. Listen and learn about this great, inexpensive clinic including the on and off field opportunities to learn and get better. NOTE: Around the 28 minute mark, we censored a short part of the conversati…
 
QwikRef has become a vital tool used by officials, supervisors and coaches in most of the conferences across the country. Rusty Acree is the founder and he joins us to provide unique insight into QwikRef. Topics include: How and why QwikRef was born? Features of QwikRef Who are the users of QwikRef? Where do suggestions for improvements come from? …
 
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