Triple Option Football Playbook: Rocket Toss Versus Cover 2

Triple Option Football Playbook: Rocket Toss Versus Cover 2

This is Rocket Left Versus Okie with Cover 2 at the snap.

The PWR has the near deep defender and the PA dropstep-crossover-runs to #3–he will run the circle and turn up to run the circle on #3 UNLESS #3 flies past the line of scrimmage, which turns into a trap block for the PA.

The PT and PG, in the words of Ken Niumatalolo, “just run.”

The PA, PT, and PG dropstep-crossover-run. Often, the cognitive visual picture given to these three players is, “Steal second base.”

The technique of stealing second base is comparable to the PA, PT, and PG technique on Rocket.

The rest of the Offensive Line Scoops and the Backside Receiver has the Cutoff.

The B-Back runs his Zone Path away from the call.

The Quarterback takes a six-inch punch step with his playside foot, whirls around, and pitches a spirally knuckleball to the Backside A-back.  The ball is pitched outside of the Playside A-back’s initial alignment.

ROCKET V COVER 2

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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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