The Heavy Formation in the Triple Option Offense

Triple Option Football Academy -- The Flexbone Offense from Army & Navy

Heavy is utilized to create the extra gap for the Follow play.

Heavy Follow versus Under Defense.  The Playside Tackles base and the Quarterback follows the B-Back to daylight.  Everyone else has the same assignments as Triple. Follow is a great concept especially when the B-gap is uncovered.Heavy Follow versus Under Defense. The Playside Tackles base and the Quarterback follows the B-Back to daylight. Everyone else has the same assignments as Triple. Follow is a great concept especially when the B-gap is uncovered.

If the defense aligns with A and B-gap defenders versus Heavy, run Rocket.

Heavy 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 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

If the defense refuses to cover the backside, run Murg.

Heavy Murg versus Odd Stack. PR- Curl (16-14) PA/OL- Slide to Protection BR (BT)- Slide to for two steps, easiest release, run vertical. BA- Run to back of the end zone. Quarterback- Sprint steps, plant, and throw off corner (Progression is BR to BA) B- Sprint Path, block 1st threat outside of PA's blockHeavy Murg versus Odd Stack.
PR- Curl (16-14)
PA/OL- Slide to Protection
BR (BT)- Slide to for two steps, easiest release, run vertical.
BA- Run to back of the end zone.
Quarterback- Sprint steps, plant, and throw off corner (Progression is BR to BA)
B- Sprint Path, block 1st threat outside of PA’s…

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