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Ryan Kleppe
Middle School At-Risk Teacher. Assistant Coach. Former DT.
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Ryan Kleppe Mar 11
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Pass Rush Specialist Mar 6
This is a drill I designed especially for NT & DT.... you fight pressure with Body Control, not by leaning....
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Ryan Kleppe Mar 1
Replying to @CoachSimps
Yeah boy!!!!
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Ryan Kleppe Feb 28
Haters gonna hate....I was 5'9.75" as a D-Tackle....let the doubting commence.
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Ryan Kleppe Feb 6
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Ryan Kleppe Feb 6
Congrats 55! All gas, no brakes!
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Brock Huard Feb 4
I have argued for years the game of football is safer today than it has ever been and it’s what I tell any parent that asks me if they should let their kid play. Don’t take my word/opinion for it, take the experts at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
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Coach Reed Feb 1
There is nothing wrong with playing D2, NAIA or any lower level college football. If you have these offers it’s a blessing and a chance to keep playing and get a degree. No matter how much it hurts. Everyone is not a D1 guy and that’s ok.
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Tim Shields Jan 31
Last season's senior class went 25-1 in their career at The Perk. It's the best non-FBS environment in the country. Why go anywhere else?
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Alex Golesh Jan 28
Mental Toughness.....
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Ryan Kleppe Jan 27
Replying to @CoachParks84
Congrats man!!
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Ryan Kleppe Jan 25
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Coach Codutti Jan 14
“There are 2 kinds of athletes: The 1st are what I’d term “INTERESTED”- They like things on their terms, easily find excuses & their mood determines their effort. The 2nd kind are the “COMMITTED”- Regardless of how they feel, they bring their 💯 ALL the time!” WHICH 1 ARE U?
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Alan Bishop Jan 13
The misconception that resistance training stunts growth in children is not supported by scientific research In fact, the opposite is true. Resistance training increases Bone Strength Index, decreasing risk of future sports related damage to growth plates
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Joshua Medcalf Jan 2
You ARE special. You ARE unique. You ARE loved. But you still have to fail, sacrifice, persist, and be kind.
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Brian Mason Dec 27
Wisconsin is the first school to win 5 consecutive bowl games as a member of the Big Ten. Outback Bowl ✅ Holiday Bowl ✅ Cotton Bowl ✅ Orange Bowl ✅ Pinstripe Bowl ✅
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Ryan Kleppe Dec 24
Lifting weights messes up your shot? Hmmmm🤔🤔🤔🤔
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Sean Peterson Dec 22
“You don’t have to have the best players to win, you got to have the best TEAM to win.” Coach Jeff Monken after Army’s bowl victory vs. Houston.
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Brady Grayvold Dec 20
Kids say they "love" their sport yet don't show up to workouts, don't make the grades, and are behavior issues in their schools & community. None of this says you "love" anything more than the social media attention you get from talking. Talk is cheap. Be about it.
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Ryan Kleppe Dec 18
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