How to Give Your Triple Option Offense Multiple Looks During Team

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All of the Division-1 Triple Option schools run a 20-minute “Bullets” period every practice.

This is when two offensive groups go against various defensive looks over a 20-minute span.

The goal is to get over 40 reps with both groups in 20 min–so there is a lot of execution ongoing.

Every four minutes, the defense changes the looks.

The following is how this is done:

Look #1- Odd Stack

Triple versus Odd Stack Triple versus Odd Stack

Look #2- 50

Triple Option versus 50. Playside Receiver- Near Deep Defender Playside A- #3 Playside Tackle- Veer Playside Guard- Base to Ace Center- Veer to Ace Backside Guard/Tackle- Scoop Backside A- Pitch Backside Receiver- Cutoff Quarterback- Veer #1, Pitch #2 B- Veer Path-Bend behind Action Key Triple Option versus 50.
Playside Receiver- Near Deep Defender
Playside A- #3
Playside Tackle- Veer
Playside Guard- Base to Ace
Center- Veer to Ace
Backside Guard/Tackle- Scoop
Backside A- Pitch
Backside Receiver- Cutoff
Quarterback- Veer #1, Pitch #2
B- Veer Path-Bend behind Action Key

Look #3- 4-3

Triple Option Right versus 4-3/6-1. Triple Option Right versus 4-3/6-1.

Look #4- 4-4

Triple Left v 4-4 Stack Triple Left v 4-4 Stack

Look #5- Goal-line/Eagle Variation

Triple Option versus the 6-3 Defense. Triple Option versus the 6-3 Defense.

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