References

     Walsh, B., Billick, B. & Petterson, J. (1998). Finding the Winning Edge. Champaign, IL: Sports Publishing, Inc.

     Walsh, B. & Dickey, G. (1990). Building a Champion. New York: St. Martin's Press.      Billick, B. (1997). Developing an Offensive Game Plan. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Lowry, M. (1996). Winning with the West Coast Offense. Great Fall, MT: M-Low Enterprises.      Lowry, M. (1997). West Coast Offense 2000. Great Fall, MT: M-Low Enterprises.      Henderson, F. & Olson, M. (1997). Football's West Coast Offense. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.      Montana, J. & Weiner, R. (1997). Joe Montana's Art and Magic of Quarterbacking. New York: Holt.      Green, D. & MvGivern, G. (1997). No Room for Crybabies. Champaign, IL: Sports Publishing, Inc.
       Barber, M. (1998). West Coast Offense Playbook. West Virginia: BACA Sports Books.      Walsh, B. (1996, 4TH Quarter). Insiders Perspective: Bill Walsh on the Play Pass. American Football Quarterly, 2, p. 45-53.


     Jenkins, R. (1996). Developing a Timed Passing Attack. Scholastic Coach and Athletic Director.



Videos:

     Billick, B. (1997). Developing an Offensive Game Plan [Video]. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.

     Walsh, B. (1994). Bill Walsh's Offensive Philosophy: Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 [Video]. The Science of Coaching Video Lecture Series. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Rhome, J. (1995). Quarterback / Wide Receiver reads, 3 step drop, techniques and coaching points [Video]. All Sports Coaching Clinics.     Billick, B. (1996). Quick Passing Game [Video]. The Science of Coaching Video Lecture Series. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Billick, B. (1996). Nickel Passing Game [Video]. The Science of Coaching Video Lecture Series. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Shea, T. (1995). Red Zone Attack [Video]. The Science of Coaching Video Lecture Series. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.


    Sherman, R. (1995). Single Back Protection [Video]. The Science of Coaching Video Lecture Series. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.

     Willingham, T. (1996). Developing Running Backs [Video]. The Science of Coaching Video Lecture Series. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Willingham, T. (1997). Organizing Practice Time [Video]. The Science of Coaching Video Lecture Series. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Norvell, J. (1998). West Coast Offense Video Tape Series: Base Runs and Complimentary Passes [Video]. Championship Books and Video Productions. Ames, IA.     Norvell, J. (1998). West Coast Offense Video Tape Series: Pass Protection and Quick Game [Video]. Championship Books and Video Productions. Ames, IA.

    Norvell, J. (1998). West Coast Offense Video Tape Series: Crossing Routes [Video]. Championship Books and Video Productions. Ames, IA.
 


Other Recommended Reading and Viewing:

     Coverdale, A. & Robinson , D. (1998). Football's Quick Passing Game Vol. 1-3. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.

     Coverdale, A. & Robinson , D. (1998). Football's Quick Passing Game Vol. 1-2 [Videos]. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Coverdale, A. & Robinson , D. (1997). The Bunch Attack. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Coverdale, A. & Robinson , D. (1997). The Bunch Attack [Video]. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.      Walker, J. (1998). Coaching Football's 40 Defense. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing, Inc.     Arthur, M. & Bailey, B. (1998). Complete Conditioning For Football. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Bill Walsh Coaching Lineage:

View the Walsh Coaching Tree!!

NFL Head Coaches:

NFL Coordinators: College Head Coaches:


These coaches have either worked or played directly with Bill Walsh or worked with one of his former assistants listed above. This list is NOT all encompassing. There are several other coaches who run the West Coast Offense not affiliated with Bill Walsh, for example Hue Jackson, OC USC, and Greg Davis, OC University of Texas.
 
 
 

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