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Utilizing the 80-20 Rule to Improve Video Analysis of Your Triple Option Offense
The average high school football game consists of 48 plays.
The 80-20 rule states that 80% of outcomes can be attributed to 20% of the causes for a given event. In football, the 80-20 rule is used to help coaches identify problems and determine which operating factors are most important and should receive the most attention based on an efficient use of resources. Resources should be allocated to addressing the input factors have the most effect on a football program’s final results.
The following is an example of the spreadsheet utilized for video analysis. Each position coach watches his players to evaluate where or not the player’s alignment, assignment, or technique was accurate on that play. Then, coaches know the areas on which to focus the following week. By watching the worst 10 plays and accordingly focusing attention on correction these errors, over 80 percent of the issues are solved.
Playside Tackle, Quarterback, Center, Backside A-Back
By watching the 10 least productive plays on a game film (the least productive 20 percent) and correcting the errors of all faulty alignments, assignments, and techniques, over 80 percent of the problems are corrected.
Utilize the 80-20 rule to analyze your program’s Triple Option Offense and spend more time on other aspects of life. Watching video is a tiring process. Fix your problems with the 80-20 rule.