Army’s 2017 Ball Security Led to their First Commander-in-Chief Trophy Since 1996

Army’s Ball Security in 2017 Led to their First Commander-in-Chief Trophy Since 1996.  They finished next to Alabama and tied LSU for the least number of turnovers lost.  In addition, they only fumbled the football 4 times in 12 games.  This was the sixth best in the country in 2017.

Turnovers Lost

RANK TEAM G FUM LOST INT TURN LOST
1 Alabama 12 6 2 8
LSU 12 4 4 8
3 Army West Point 12 4 5 9

 

Fumbles Lost

RANK TEAM G FUM LOST
1 Iowa St. 12 0
2 Penn St. 12 2
Nebraska 12 2
4 SMU 12 3
South Carolina 12 3
6 LSU 12 4
Army West Point 12 4

Pamlico County (NC)

In 2016, Pamlico County (NC) won two (2) games and scored 108 points.

In 2017, after hosting a Triple Option Football Academy Camp with Dr. Cella, Pamlico County won nine (9) games and made it to the North Carolina Class 1A State Quarterfinals–all while scoring 508 points.

“The Triple Option Academy was huge for us as a program here at Pamlico County High School. Teams that thrive at the 1A level run system based offenses and that’s what the Triple Option Academy gave us. Dr. Cella came out and worked with my players and myself.  Dr. Cella helped put the system in place for us while we were in our spring football period. Offensively we went from scoring a total of 108 points in 2016 to scoring 508 points in 2017. The Triple Option Academy played a huge role in points scored for us. I am super excited to see what the future has in store for us in the second season of running this new offense.”

— Torrey Nowell, Head Football Coach

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