Triple Option Football Playbook: Midline Lead vs. 50 Double Eagle

Triple Option Football Playbook: Midline Lead vs. 50 Double Eagle

When Triple Option is called…

and a 3 technique and a playside safety align to the call side…

The Triple Option defaults to Midline Lead.

This is because the Tackle cannot veer into the safety and this would create a 3-on-3.

An extra blocker from the backside must be brought over–this is the Backside A-back and this becomes the Lead.

MIDLINE LEAD RIGHT VS 50 EAGLE

Midline Lead Rules

PR- Near Deep Defender

PA, PT- Fan (PA goes to 3rd level if Playside Linebacker does not run over the top.

PG- Veer In  (Blocks Backside linebacker if he appears–if not, PG goes to 3rd level).

C, BG- Ace

BT- Scoop

BA- Lead

BR- Cutoff

Q- Mid #1

B- Mid Path and Bend off action Key.

The Playside Linebacker gets blocked by either A-back.  If he sits, he gets blasted by the Backside A-back on the lead.

If the Playside Linebacker runs over the top, he gets fanned by the Playside A-back.

He’s always wrong… and so is the 3-technique.

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–Dr. Jimmy Woods, Head Football Coach, Timmonsville High School.

Went from 1-9 (2010) to the state semifinals (2011) in one year after their three-day camp with Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou Cella.

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