Former NFL defensive lineman Joe Ehrmann spoke to a group of coaches from the Arkansas High School Coaches Association about the new tactic of coaching in Main Hall at UCLA recently. The former defensive lineman has had a lot of experience on the field and was able to start a deep and informative discussion on how the sport has changed over the years, and what can be done to preserve the aspects of it that work well. One of the main topics that Ehrmann brought up was the fact that coaches these days need to work on changing the culture of the sport to how kids can adapt to them in their lives now.
The Buffalo, New York native attended Syracuse University where he was a star player between the years of 1969 through 1972. In addition to that, he was named an All-American player in 1970 and was invited back to the All-century Team that got together in 1999. After retiring from sports, Ehrmann and his wife created the Building Men and Women for Others organization that helps bring awareness to challenges in society such as domestic violence, child advocacy and more.
Ehrmann spoke at this year’s Main Hall at UCLA as the motivational speaker for the Coaches Clinic that happened on site. It was a useful speech that everyone could relate to, and hopefully assist in modifying the future football programs for the better.
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