Yeah, I googled this too and couldn't find much about it but the formula. The biggest problem with this program is the logistical aspect of actually carrying it out. With 40+ players trying to train at once, it could turn into a nut house. Plus, these kids are going to have no clue what weight they should actually be lifting, thus making this program entirely ineffective.
I think the best way to approach this would be with a more standard set/rep scheme like 6X5 for exercises like squats, cleans, deads, and bench, supplemented with other compound movements like rows, chins close-grip, etc. This would keep everybody in small groups and focused on the task at hand. The high school just built a new weight room that has 16 power racks, so if I can keep everybody using barbells that would be best.
The reason he doesn't like creatine is because once one of his players bulked up in the off-season and hyped this supplement to the team. Evidently he came back to practice really slow. It's a rediculous argument so I think I'll just avoid the topic all together.
Also, he's afraid of supplementation because athletes at a rival high school started using steroids and not being very discrete about it. One kid, a sophmore on the basketball team, actually bulked up from 135 to 180 during basketball season. Turns out his dad was a veterinarian and was giving him 'roids. There was a whole to do about it.
I definitely have my work cut out for me. His opinion is pretty much set in stone and won't be swayed unless the information sounds really sciency. Thanks for the tips.