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The Manny Matsakis Show: Episode 10

Bill Bedenbaugh (University of Oklahoma)

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On this episode of the show, Manny has a great interview with Bill Bedenbaugh, the Offensive Line Coach and Co-Offensive Coordinator at the University of Oklahoma. They discuss Bill’s experience and growth throughout his career, as well as coaching the offensive line position. Everything from recruiting, developing players, and running the offensive line room, get ready to learn some great stuff from Manny and Bill!

Check out more info and links from this episode on the Podcast Post!

Navigational Highlights

[0:00] Show Intro and Bill Bedenbaugh Background

[1:39] Bill Bedenbaugh and his Early Experiences

[6:14] Manny and Bill’s time together at Texas Tech

[9:12] Getting to Oklahoma; Bill’s path after Texas Tech

[10:47] Working for Bob Stoops at OU

[12:40] How Bill evaluates Offensive Line recruits

[15:52] Developing Offensive Linemen and the OL Position Room

[21:31] Oklahoma’s Offensive Scheme

[22:59] What Bill looks for in the Run Game

[24:48] How OU’s staff works together during a game week

[27:34] The Installation Process for OU’s offense

[29:35] Working and prepping the players after Spring Ball and into Fall Camp

[32:32] What makes Offensive Line different to coach

[35:26] How to improve young Offensive Linemen

[38:15] How Bill balances ‘The Grind’ of coaching football

[44:18] Tips and Reminders

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