1. Triple Pass is utilized when #1 takes the B-Back and the offense cannot get four yards on the pull/pitch.
2. Due to the fact that #1 is taking the B-Back, the ball now enters the perimeter, and the secondary has to come up to run support.
3. Versus Cover 2, the Corner is the run support player and is going to attempt to thwart the pitch.
4. Once this occurs, throw the ball over the top of the secondary with Triple Pass.
Here are the rules on Triple Pass:
Playside Receiver- Vertical to Skinny Post
Playside A- Vertical to Wheel
Offensive Line- Slide away from call
Backside Receiver- 17-yard drag
Backside A- Pitch-Kick 1st threat off B-Back
B- Dive Path-Kick 1st threat off Playside Tackle
Quarterback- Fake Triple, five-step drop, throw ball over Safety’s head UNLESS safety bails at snap–if so, throw the ball to the outside route.