Solutions for an Outmanned Offensive Line

Triple Option versus 50 Defense—You don’t have to block those in white, they will always be wrong, and they cannot make the tackle.

When Army and Navy run the Triple Option versus an Odd-Front Defense, they’re only blocking one defensive lineman.

ONE

And the results are outstanding.

Army’s 2017 Offense

  • #1 in rushing (362 yards/game).
  • #1 3rd down conversion percentage (55%).
  • #1 in sacks allowed (allowed one sack all season).
  • #2 in least number of turnovers (0.77 turnovers/game).
  • #2 in least number of tackles for loss allowed (3/game).
  • #4 in time of possession (34 minutes/game).
  • #4 in least fumbles lost (4 in 2017).
  • #4 in yards per completion (18 yards per completion).
  • Zero Football Scholarships.
  • Most wins in a season since 1996.

Navy’s 2017 Offense

  • #1 in time of possession (36 minutes/game).
  • #1 in yards per completion (24 yards per completion).
  • #2 rushing offense (351 yards/game)
  • Zero Football Scholarships.
  • Bowl appearances in 15 out of the last 16 years.


Dr. Lou Cella educates high school and college football coaches on how to run the Navy/ Army/Citadel Triple Option Offense through the Triple Option Football Academy and the Triple Option Football Academy Camps.

The results of the Academy and Camp are found right here.

In 2016, Pamlico County (NC) won two (2) games and scored 108 points,  In 2017, after hosting a Triple Option Football Academy Camp with Dr. Cella, Pamlico County won nine (9) games and made it to the North Carolina Class 1A State Quarterfinals–all while scoring 508 points.

In 2017, after becoming a Triple Option Football Academy client and working with Dr. Cella, Rainier (WA) had their best season in 26 years, reached the state playoffs for the first time since 1991, and made it to the Washington Class 2B State Quarterfinals.

Before the 2010 season, Falls City HS (TX) had never won a regional championship in school history.  In 2010, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Falls City HS (TX) won the Regional and State Championship for the first time in school history in Texas while scoring 680 points in 15 games.

In 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Bayfield HS (CO) had an undefeated regular season for the first time since 1996 and advanced to the State Championship game in Colorado.  They did this with an Offensive Line that averaged 180 pounds.

In 2013, after working with Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Dr. Lou Cella, Cashmere High School (WA) broke the school record for rushing yards, broke the school record for total offensive yards, and went to the Class A State Semifinals.

In 2010, Timmonsville HS (SC) was running the Spread Offense and finished the 2010 season with a 1-9 record.  In 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Timmonsville went to the South Carolina Class A State Semifinals and with a roster of 21 players.

In 2015, after running a camp with Dr. Lou Cella as Camp Director, Odessa-Harrington (WA) scored 508 points in 11 games, averaged 46 points/game, made it to the Washington State 8-Man Football State Quarterfinals, and did all this with a roster of 20 players.

In 2014, George Bacalles was hired as Head Football Coach at Corning High School (NY) after serving as Assistant Coach for several years, and that same year, Corning went to the State Quarterfinals after their Triple Option Football Academy and Triple Option Football Academy Camp.

In 2011, Piedra Vista (NM) was running the spread offense and won three (3) games.  In 2012, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Piedra Vista won nine (9) games and made it to the New Mexico AAA State Quarterfinals.

Before the 2011 season, Hollister San Benito HS (CA) had not won their conference championship, the TCAL, in seven (7) years.  In 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Hollister San Benito HS (CA) won the TCAL Conference Championship, went undefeated in conference play, and made it to the CIF Division 1 State Quarterfinals.

In 2011, after working with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Seminole County (GA) broke the school record for wins in a season and advanced to the Georgia Class A State Quarterfinals.

In 2010, Johnson HS (NJ) had their worst season since 2005.  Because of this, Johnson HS (NJ) hired Head Coach, Mike Mancino; however, Coach Mancino was hired only two months before the start of training camp.  In 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director,  Johnson HS (NJ) made the State Quarterfinals.

Before the 2011 season, Lakewood HS (SC) had one winning season in school history.  In 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Lakewood HS (SC) started the season 5-0 for the first time in school history, broke the school record for wins in a season (8), and made the playoffs.

In 2016, Hancock County won three (3) games.  In 2017, after becoming a Triple Option Football Academy client and working with Dr. Cella, Hancock County won seven (7) games, had their first winning season in 5 years, and made it to the second round of the 2017 Kentucky Class 2A State Playoffs.

In 2013, after working with Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou Cella, Hereford HS (MD) won the Baltimore County Division I Football Conference Championship in Head Coach Steve Turnbaugh’s final season as Head Football Coach.  After Hereford’s seventh-straight win in 2013, Steve retired after a 19-year career coaching his son, Brock, and coaching at his alma mater.

In 2011,  Temple City High School (CA) went 1-9.  In 2012, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Temple City went from one (1) win to five (5) wins and obtained a playoff berth.

In 2009 and 2010, Poland Regional HS (ME) won a grand total of two games.  The school hired Head Football Coach, Ted Tibbetts, less than two months before the start of training camp.  In 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Poland Regional HS (ME), earned the best winning percentage in school history, won twice as many games as they had the previous two seasons and broke school records for rushing, passing, and points scored.

Before the 2010 season, Riverwood HS (GA) had not won five (5) games in a season since 2005.  In 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Riverwood High School (GA) won five (5) games in a season for the first time since 2005.

Shadow Ridge (NV) went from one (1) win in 2015 to five (5) wins in 2016, and led Nevada’s largest classification, Class 4A, in rushing with 305 yards/game after their Triple Option Football Academy Camp with Dr. Cella.

If you want to stop blocking Defensive Linemen and start winning, connect with Dr. Cella @ 570.332.0265.

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