Five Reasons Why the Triple Option Offense is Unique

Here are five separate aspects to the Triple Option that make the Triple Option different than other offenses.

1- Count System

#1- Defensive Lineman touching the Tackle. #2- Defender on or past #1. #3- Defender on or past #2. The Near Deep Defender is not part of the count.
#1- Defensive Lineman touching the Tackle.
#2- Defender on or past #1.
#3- Defender on or past #2.
The Near Deep Defender is not part of the count.

2- Veer Releasing

Veer Out Release Process (Triple Option Football Academy)
Veer Out Release Process (Triple Option Football Academy)

3- Scoop Blocking

The three levels of Triple Option Offensive Line Scoop Blocking (Triple Option Football Academy)
The three levels of Triple Option Offensive Line Scoop Blocking (Triple Option Football Academy)

4- Quarterback Reading #1 and Pitching #2

Quarterback Reading the Stack on Triple Option (Process): Part Two
Quarterback Reading the Stack on Triple Option (Process): Part Two

5- B-Back Bending off the Action Key

3-on-3 Drill in practicing the Triple Option.  Here, the B-Back runs his Veer Path, and bends behind the 0-technique if the 0-technique ends up on the dive path.
3-on-3 Drill in practicing the Triple Option. Here, the B-Back runs his Veer Path, and bends behind the 0-technique if the 0-technique ends up on the dive path.

These five aspects of the Triple Option Offense are unique to the sport of football.

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