The Triple Option Process: Seven Crucial Awareness Points for Avoiding Failure

When installation the Triple Option you must get to potential issues before they ever start.

The following seven (7) crucial awareness points must create mindfulness in the coaching staff:

1- Allowing complacency.

Players have to continually focusing on improving through the process.

2- Failure to guide through the process.

Coaches have to COACH and these coaches must continually provide players with information on techniquing their assignment.

3- Underestimating the power of vision.

Coaches have to utilize Navy as a model.

4- Permitting obstacles to block the vision.

When people, places, things, or ideas block the offense from looking like Navy, thwart these obstacles with overwhelming force.

5- Failing to create short-term victories within the process.

Players must know when they’ve achieved success in each stage of the process.

6- Declaring victory too soon.

Coaches must accept that it takes 66 practices to start a habit (2013 study) and that the coach’s work is never done.

7- Neglecting to firmly anchor changes in the football culture.

This is about constantly fixing mistakes in alignment, assignment, and technique.