Army and Navy possess Flexbone Leadership with tangible data. All of these stats are through 10-3-19. They are the following:
Rushing Attempts per game
Navy- 65 (#1 in FBS)
Army- 57 (#2 in FBS)
Rushing Yards per Game
Navy- 303 yards/game (#3 in FBS)
Rushing Play Percentage
Army runs 91% of the time (#1 in FBS)
Navy runs 84% of the time (#2 in FBS)
Rushing Yards Percentage
87% of Army’s yards come from the running game (#1 in FBS)
72% of Navy’s yards come from the running game (#3 in FBS)
Navy’s passer rating is a 189 (#7 in FBS)
Yards per Completion
Navy averages 20 yards/completion (#2 in FBS)
Army averages 16 yards/completion (#9 in FBS)
Red Zone Scoring
Navy has scored in the red zone 100% of the time (#1 in FBS)
1st Quarter Scoring
Navy averages 14 points in the first quarter (#6 in FBS)
First Half Scoring
Navy averages 24 points in the first half (#9 in FBS)
Fourth Down Conversions/Game
Navy averages 3 fourth down conversions/game (#1 in FBS)
Average Time of Possession
Navy averages 38:25 minutes/game of time of possession (#1 in FBS)
If your Down Cycle is coming… and you’ve already said, “We’re going to be down next year”… well then, this is your, very-own Game of Thrones.
You’re going to be down. There’s going to be less strength, less speed, and less DNA among your 2020 roster. This is an enormous environmental threat, and this is something you’re not going to be able to overcome doing what you’ve done in the past.
You’re going to have to re-program your offense, your motivations, the things you define as winning, your Plan B, your upside, your downside, and how you achieve production. Even though you’re going to play your first football game in the Summer of 2020… it doesn’t matter, because for you, Winter is Coming.
There’s no getting away from it, and there’s nowhere to hide. You have to react to this. This is change that will wipe out everything in your path. And unfortunately, God only made one 2020 season. You can’t get another.
The struggle for the iron throne begins… and I want to be right there with you. –Dr. Cella
Dr. Lou Cella, is a Sport and Performance Psychologist. He has assisted in the turnaround of numerous high school football programs through his flexbone triple option-based camp system. Just months after Dr. Cella served as camp director:
Dr. Cella received his Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.), Sport and Performance Psychology Specialization from the University of the Rockies. He graduated with a 3.92 GPA, and he authored the research study entitled, Utilizing the 80-20 Rule to Improve Football Coaching Performance. Dr. Lou Cella’s mission as Sport and Performance Psychologist is to lead the high-performance football environment through sports science and mental conditioning process-based practices. He can be reached at 570.332.0265.