Triple Option Football Academy Exam #2

Triple Option Football Academy Exam #2

This test helps you to understand vital triple option football information.  The test contains 10 questions.  Choose an answer to complete each question.  After finishing the test, answers will be provided via the link below.

  1. What is the alignment of the A-backs in the Triple Option Offense?
  2. What is the Center’s assignment if the Triple Option defaults to Midline (both Zoom and Lead)?
  3. After the Quarterback realizes that #1 can tackle the B-Back on Triple Option, what are the next step within his progression?
  4. The Playside Guard should place his inside hand down at the _______________ of the Center.
  5. On Rocket Toss, the Backside Guard’s assignment is to _________________.
  6. A straight line path to block #3 by the Playside A-back on Triple Option is called ____________.
  7. The prerequisite for Zone Dive to be run by the offense is that the defense must have _____ safeties.
  8. The other prerequisite for Zone Dive to be run by the offense is that the _________ must run over the top of the defense at the snap.
  9. If there are two safeties and Triple Pass is called, the route the Playside A-back runs is the __________ route.
  10. The B-Back’s first step on his veer path is a 45 degree step with his ____________ foot.

The answers to your test are provided here.



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