Triple Option Football Academy Playbook: Sprint Pass Compilation

Triple Option Football Academy Playbook: Sprint Pass Compilation

The Sprint Pass is a great concept to utilize on 3rd and 10.

When Josh Nesbitt was Quarterback at Georgia Tech from 2008-2010, he told Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou Cella that this was the #1 most utilized pass concept in the offense.

Here are examples of the Sprint Pass in action.

Sprint Pass vs. Odd Stack PR- Vertical for 16 yards--comes back to football at 14 yards. PA, OL- Gate protection. BA- Flat Mo, 10-yard out. BR- Post Q- Sprint Steps--throw to PR UNLESS flat defender covers flash... if so, throw to Backside A-Back. B- Sprint Path
Sprint Pass vs. Odd Stack
PR- Vertical for 16 yards–comes back to football at 14 yards.
PA, OL- Gate protection.
BA- Flat Mo, 10-yard out.
BR- Post
Q- Sprint Steps–throw to PR UNLESS flat defender covers flash… if so, throw to Backside A-Back.
B- Sprint Path
Sprint Right v. Split.
Sprint Right v. Split.
Trips Sprint Pass (Triple Option Football Academy)
Trips Sprint Pass (Triple Option Football Academy)
Sprint Right Switch is run to the wide side of the field.
Sprint Right Switch is run to the wide side of the field.
Sprint Right Backside
Sprint Right Backside

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