Cover image of Charlie Coiner

Charlie Coiner Podcasts

Read more

4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Charlie Coiner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Charlie Coiner, often where they are interviewed.

Read more

4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Charlie Coiner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Charlie Coiner, often where they are interviewed.

Updated daily with the latest episodes

Episode artwork

Charlie Coiner

Play
Read more
Charlie Coiner - FirstDown PlayBook founder.
Jan 20 2020 · 1hr 5mins
Episode artwork

Coaches Corner Vol 55 - Charlie Coiner, Univ of Tennessee on Tight End play

Play
Read more

Coach Charlie Coiner from the University of Tennessee visits with host John Anderson to talk Tight End play, from alignment, stance and release to blocking & route running.  The former NFL coach (Chicago & Buffulo) also talks about the company he founded, 1stDown Technologies and its groundbreaking "app", the FirstDown Playbook.FirstDown PlayBook™ app. 

Jul 15 2019 · 1hr 8mins
Episode artwork

Charlie Coiner of @FDPlaybook on @WUZ1045

Play
Read more
The Wake Up Zone visits with longtime college and NFL assistant Charlie Coiner, founder of FirstDown Playbook.
Jul 11 2018 · 12mins
Episode artwork

Coach Stone Podcast - Coach Charlie Coiner

Play
Read more
Friday, February 9, 2018 9p.m.-EST, Coach Stone's guest on Coach Stone Podcastwill be Coach Charlie Coiner, creator of 1st Down Playbook.

Excerpt from 1st Down Playbook:

How does a stellar football-coaching career begin?

Certainly, nine years in the NFL and another 20 in the NCAA doesn’t happen by accident. A career like this happens when a coach knows how to develop talent—and knows how to win. In 1983, with no coaching experience, Waynesboro, Virginia native Charlie Coiner had big dreams and made a bold move by approaching a new, now national, coaching figure. His timing was perfect.

In 1983, Charlie Coiner served as a graduate assistant at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Mack Brown, now Head Coach at the University of Texas, had just begun his first head-coaching job. Coiner recalls, “I wanted to get into coaching, but I had little to no experience. So, I walked into Coach Brown’s office and asked if I could coach. He told me he couldn’t pay me, and I kind of thought that was a fair deal since I didn’t know very much.” Coiner stayed for five years—and proved his worth.

Complete BIO
Feb 10 2018 · 1hr 37mins