Running Midline Lead versus a 2i

Running Midline Lead versus a 2i

If the situation arises where Midline Lead is run to a 2i, this is how Midline Lead is run: Contact 570.332.0265 for information on how to run the Triple Option Offense with your high school football program.   Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come out of Dr. … Continue reading

Running Four Verticals out of Trips

Running Four Verticals out of Trips

The below-listed diagram shows you how to align in Trips and run four verticals to blow the top off the defensive coverage:    To learn the Triple Option Offense, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570.332.0265.   Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come out of Dr. … Continue reading

Triple Option Perimeter Blocking Against Cover 2

Triple Option Perimeter Blocking Against Cover 2

The diagram below shows you how the Playside A and the Playside Receiver cancel the perimeter defenders versus Cover 2: For the complete installation of the Triple Option Offense, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570.332.0265.   Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come out of Dr. … Continue reading

Throwing the Double Hot Route

Throwing the Double Hot Route

1. The Playside A bends inside if the Mike blitzes. 2. The Playside A bends outside if the Mike does not blitz, but the flat is voided. 3. The Playside A runs vertical when the Mike drops and the flat is covered.  To learn how to run the Triple Option Offense, contact the Triple Option … Continue reading

Beat the Blitz with Double Flex Rocket Blast

Beat the Blitz with Double Flex Rocket Blast

If the defense starts blitzing, get into Double Flex and run Rocket Blast.They will run out of defenders on the perimeter. To learn all the intricacies of the Triple Option Offense, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570.332.0265. Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come out of Dr. … Continue reading

Running Triple Option versus a 4-4 Defense

Running Triple Option versus a 4-4 Defense

The answer to this is simple. Find the smallest technique (1/2i). Run to this side. Double the smallest technique. Veer the Tackle inside. The Quarterback has #1 and #2 and makes sure they don’t tackle the offensive player with the football. To learn how to run the Triple Option Offense, contact the Triple Option Football Academy … Continue reading

Triple Option Offensive Line Gap Assignments

Triple Option Offensive Line Gap Assignments

So how does the Offensive Line cancel gaps when running the Triple Option? A simple rule of thumb is that the Backside Tackle, Guard, and Center always cancel their playside gap. The Playside Guard and Tackle have their playside gap unless there is a double team. Versus a 3-technique, two Offensive Linemen (Playside Guard and … Continue reading

Throwing Titan to Beat One-High Safety Defenses

Throwing Titan to Beat One-High Safety Defenses

Titan is a concept where the outside Receiver runs an eight-yard stop and the inside Receiver (A-Back) runs a Corner route. This puts immense pressure on the Secondary, especially the Cornerback. To learn the Triple Option Offense, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570.332.0265.   Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State … Continue reading

How the Quarterback Reads the Stack v. a Fast Easy Stunt

How the Quarterback Reads the Stack v. a Fast Easy Stunt

An Easy Stunt is a 2-1 exchange. Here, the stacked Linebacker runs through the B-Back and the down lineman aligned on the Playside Tackle immediately jumps to the Quarterback. When this happens, the Quarterback acts like he is on fire–he STOPS, DROPS, AND ROLLS……… the ball to the Backside A-Back.  The 2-1 exchange (easy stunt) … Continue reading

Drilling the Offensive Tackles on the Triple Option

Drilling the Offensive Tackles on the Triple Option

The Playside Tackle (Veer) and the Backside Tackle (Scoop) work their techniques on Triple Option versus the most common situations. To learn the techniques for all 11 positions on the Triple Option, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570.332.0265.   Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come … Continue reading

Three Current Trends in Triple Option Football

Three Current Trends in Triple Option Football

Dr. Cella has spent nearly two months of 2015 on the road between college visits and executing Triple Option Football Academy Camps.  The following is the information resulting from data analysis compiled from the Triple Option college football programs and implementation of concepts at Triple Option Football Academy Camps. Trend #1- Triple Option and Rocket Toss … Continue reading

Throw Triple Pass Flare When #3 is on the Line of Scrimmage

Throw Triple Pass Flare When #3 is on the Line of Scrimmage

When #3 is on the line of scrimmage, throw the flare to the Backside A-Back on Triple Pass. For the complete installation of the Triple Option Offense, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570-332-0265.   Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come out of Dr. Cella’s Triple … Continue reading

How to Run Four Verticals versus Cover 2

How to Run Four Verticals versus Cover 2

The following shows how to run four verticals versus Cover 2: To learn how to throw the ball in the Triple Option Offense, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570.332.0265.   Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come out of Dr. Cella’s Triple Option Football System In Four … Continue reading

Running Triple Boot versus the 4-3 Defense

Running Triple Boot versus the 4-3 Defense

When the Backside Linebacker tackles the B-Back, make him pay with Triple Pass Boot.  You’ll be throwing right where the Backside Linebacker just was. To install the Triple Option Offense the right way the first time, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570.332.0265.   Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion … Continue reading