Triple Option Situational Football: Running Triple Option versus the 4-3, 3-2 Exchange

Triple Option Situational Football: Running Triple Option versus the 4-3, 3-2 Exchange

The #3-#2 exchange is a common defensive tactic done by defenses versus the Triple Option.

This is done to force the Playside A-back and the Quarterback to read-on-the run.

This is why the Playside A-back arc blocks whoever shows in the alley when running Triple Option.

Here, the Safety becomes #2 and the Will becomes #3 as they change assignments.

Playside A-backs must be implicitly conditioned to read-on-the-run as there is ALWAYS

a PRE-SNAP #1, #2, #3 and

a POST-SNAP #1, #2, #3.

TRIPLE VERSUS 43 32 EXCHANGE

This is just another way to expand on player and COACHING mindfulness when running the Triple Option.

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