Navy and Georgia Tech’s Goal-Line Offense Over the Last 10 Years

Triple Option Football Academy

In this podcast episode, Dr. Lou Cella discusses Navy’s Goal-Line Offense over the last 10 years.  As told to Dr. Cella by Navy Head Coach, Ken Niumatalolo, this is a simple process.  Dr. Cella teaches the alignments and the build-in audible that Navy and Georgia Tech have to make sure that they ensure success on the Goal-Line.  This two-concept process has been utilized by Navy and Georgia Tech for well over a decade.

The Podcast can be found right here.

The Heavy formation is utilized on the goal-line to create the extra gap. Additionally, Heavy is utilized to create the extra gap versus 0-technique/1 high safety defenses.Heavy Follow versus 6-2. PR- Deep Defender PA- 3 PT- Base PG- Base to Ace C- Veer to Ace BG/BT- Scoop BA- Pitch Q- Follow Steps B- Veer PathHeavy Rocket versus 6-3. PR- Deep Defender PA, PT, PG- Arc C, BG, BT- Scoop BA- Rocket BR- Cutoff Q- Rocket Steps B- Veer Away Path

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