Tag: Vince Jairdullo

Elite Performers and state rankings for Week Nine with Elite QB’s Matt Bastardi

Here we are again with Central Jersey Sports Radio sponsor Elite QB, highlighting Coach Matt Bastardi’s “Elite Performers of the Week.”

Run by Matt Bastardi, a former high school and college quarterback who has either played the position or coached it for over 40 years, Elite QB trains players at all position levels, with an emphasis on QBs.

Once again this week, Matt highlights the key stats for players under his tutelage, and looks at their statewide rankings.

Click below to listen to the Elite QB “Elite Performers of the Week” for Week 9:

Click here to visit Elite QB’s website and find out more about how to train with Matt Bastardi at Elite QB.

Elite QB’s Matt Bastardi debuts highlights of his Elite Performers for Week Six

In a new feature to continue for the remainder of the season, Central Jersey Sports Radio sponsor Elite QB will be highlighting the program’s “Elite Performers of the Week.”

Run by Matt Bastardi, a former high school and college quarterback who has either played the position or coached it for over 40 years, Elite QB trains players at all position levels, with an emphasis on QBs.

Each week for the rest of the 2021 campaign, Matt will highlight the key stats for players under his tutelage.

Click below to listen to the Elite QB “Elite Performers of the Week” for Week 6:

Click here to visit Elite QB’s website and find out more about how to train with Matt Bastardi at Elite QB.

Elite QB training isn’t just for NFL prospects; young signal callers train with Matt Bastardi

The following is sponsored content which makes Central Jersey Sports Radio possible. It is the second in a three-part series. Thank you for supporting our founding sponsors.

by Mike Pavlichko

Matt Bastardi founded Elite QB Football Training Academy to help youth quarterbacks in Montgomery, but he has since spread to all corners of the Garden State, whether it’s Vince Jairdullo at South Brunswick, Teddy Gouldin up at Bernards, or Steve Angeli up north at Bergen Catholic.

Matt Bastardi trained Old Bridge/IMG Academy/Rutgers QB Art Sitkowski before his move to Florida.

In the second of a three-part series, Matt talks with me about what he can do that the typical coach can’t, including how he can spend more time one-on-one with a QB, to augment and elaborate on the things they’ve been learning from their high school team.

Footwork, mechanics, and timing are among the many aspects of a signal-callers game that Matt can work with a quarterback on.

To hear Part Two of this series, click below.

To hear the first installment with Elite QB’s Matt Bastardi, click here.

Vikings 3-0 start faces toughest challenges yet

by Mike Pavlichko

It’s been six years since South Brunswick began a season 3-0.

The year was 2014, and the Vikings – under then-head coach Joe Goerge – rode a perfect 11-0 record into the Central Jersey Group 5 finals against Manalapan, to whom they lost 21-7 at Rutgers.

There won’t be a chance at a state title this year, but South Brunswick has just as good an opportunity to run the table in the regular season, and finish an unbeaten year with two seasons in whatever the 2020 postseason looks like.

But the schedule gets tougher from here on out.

South Brunswick’s first three opponents – Perth Amboy, JP Stevens and East Brunswick – are a combined 1-8 so far, with the Bears holding the lone W.

The next three opponents are a combined 1-8: Monroe (2-1) this Friday, at Old Bridge (3-0) next week, and North Brunswick (3-0) in the regular season finale on Nov. 6th. And those teams are likely to add a few more wins before the regular season is through.

Central Jersey Sports Radio caught up with second-year head coach John Viotto, as well as sophomore QB Vince Jairdullo, who the understudy to talented signal caller Gage Katzenell-Hall in 2019.

You can hear their comments below:

Head Coach John Viotto

Sophomore QB Vince Jairdullo