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Travis Mikel

Teacher and Football Coach

Tangipahoa Parish School System

HQ Phone:  (985) 748-7153

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Tangipahoa Parish School System

59656 Puleston Road

Amite, Louisiana,70422

United States

Background Information

Employment History

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Director of Football Operations

Delta State University


Football Coach

Southeastern Louisiana University


Assistant Football Coach

Southeastern University


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Deep Offensive Line Corps Enters 2016 With High Expectations | Louisiana Gridiron Football

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HAMMOND, La. - The Southeastern Louisiana football team wrapped up its first week of fall camp Saturday evening and with a mix of veterans ready to step up in bigger roles, an influx of new talent and the return of assistant coach Travis Mikel, the Lion offensive line is ready to go for 2016.
"To have Coach Mikel back is huge," Roberts continued. Mikel echoed Roberts' thoughts about the depth of the offensive line corps. To Mikel, the progress Vick has made off the field has led to his success on it. "Michael has always has had the talent and sometimes offensive lineman take a little longer to develop than other positions on the field due to the physicality of the position," Mikel said. Mikel sees several newcomers ready to contribute for his team. Including Ekugwum, Mikel singled out juniors Jermaine Jones and Paxton Sims, among others, as players poised to step in right away. Regardless of who is lined up front in 2016, Mikel expects his group to be ready for 2016. "It's no secret that we want to run the football," Mikel said. "But our mentality as an offensive line has to be that it doesn't matter if we're running or passing, we have to be mentally tough enough to execute at the highest level. Mikel is also excited to be back with the program for a second stint. After spending the first three years of Roberts' tenure at SLU on his staff, Mikel spent the 2015 season at Hammond High School. Mikel, who played for and coached under Roberts at Delta State, believes he's back where he belongs. "It's awesome to be back," Mikel said. "I'm excited about being back in a family-type football environment," Mikel continued.


Addressing the Problem Areas in Wide Zone Runs

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Solution 2: Open Step Variant, Travis Mikel, Southeast Louisiana University
Although Travis Mikel, the offensive line coach at Southeastern Louisiana University doesn't calls his technique an open step, it is very similar to a bucket step. His coaching points are below: "We teach jam the backside leg through the defenders far knee so that we get the defenders on the angle we want," Mikel told us.


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Travis Mikel, the offensive line coach at Southeastern Louisiana University, teaches a hip Aiming Point and what he calls a "Triangle Read" to his offensive linemen.
Travis Mikel, the offensive line coach at Southeastern Louisiana University, teaches a hip Aiming Point and what he calls a "Triangle Read" to his offensive linemen. The triangle read is to keep their eyes on the following (down lineman hip, play side linebacker, then back to their track). According to Mikel, once the uncovered lineman diagnoses their read, he makes the following adjustments: Although Travis Mikel, the offensive line coach at Southeastern Louisiana University doesn't calls his technique an open step, it is very similar to a bucket step. His coaching points are below: "We teach jam the backside leg through the defenders far knee so that we get the defenders on the angle we want," Mikel told us. According to Mikel, these are the scenarios in which a go-call would be needed:


Southeastern Louisiana Athletics- Staff Directory

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Travis Mikel
Assistant Football Coach Travis.Mikel-Allen@southeastern.edu 549-5550


Southeastern Louisiana Athletics- Staff Directory

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Travis Mikel
Travis Mikel Travis Mikel Assistant Football Coach Phone: 549-5550 Email: Travis.Mikel-Allen@southeastern.edu Travis Mikel begins his third year as an assistant coach on the Southeastern Louisiana University staff, serving as offensive line coach and the team’s Director of Football Operations. In his first season at Southeastern, Mikel worked an offensive line that was paced by All-Southland Conference performer Gabriel. At Delta State, Mikel coached Division II All-Americans Chad Schroeder (2008), Trevar Deed (2008-2010), Brad Latham (2009), Phillip Yandall (2010) and Darrell Leopold (2011). In 2010, Mikel helped guide the Statesmen to the NCAA DII National Championship game and their third Gulf South Conference title in four years with an 11-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the GSC. DSU fell short of their goal of winning the title on a last second game-winning field goal by Minnesota-Duluth 20-17. With assistance from Mikel, four-year starter Brad Latham (OL) was named to the All-GSC First Team and All-Super Region Two teams. A 2007 graduate of Delta State University with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, Mikel was a 2006 Honorable Mention All-American, as well as an All-Gulf South Conference Second Team member. From 2004-2007, Mikel served in several positions along the offensive line. Mikel’s All-American nod came while serving as center during his junior year. Mikel resides in Hammond.


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