Paul Johnson’s Flexbone Formation Install List at Georgia Southern

Flexbone Formation Install- Below are the formations that Coach Johnson installed while he was Head Coach at Georgia Southern. These formations were listed in the order of importance at the time, which was at least 20 years ago. Enjoy.

Paul Johnson’s Flexbone Formation Install List at Georgia Southern

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Dr. Lou Cella, Sport and Performance Psychologist, educates you and your coaches on how to install the Army-Navy, Paul Johnson Flexbone Triple Option Offense the right way the first time—with the Triple Option Football Academy and Triple Option Football Academy Camps.

Falls City (TX)

Before the 2010 season, Falls City HS (TX) had never won a regional championship in school history.  

In 2010, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Falls City HS (TX) won the Regional and State Championship for the first time in school history in Texas while scoring 680 points in 15 games.

Bayfield (CO)

In 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Bayfield HS (CO) had an undefeated regular season.  This was their first undefeated regular season since 1996.  In addition, Bayfield and the Flexbone Offense advanced to the State Championship game in Colorado.  

They did this with an Offensive Line that averaged 180 pounds.

Pamlico County (NC)

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

Next, in 2017, after hosting a Triple Option Football Academy Camp with Dr. Cella, Pamlico County won nine (9) games.  They made it to the North Carolina Class 1A State Quarterfinals.  Additionally, Pamlico did this while scoring 508 points.

Then, in 2018, Pamlico County went to the North Carolina Class 1A State Championship Game. Pamlico only had 31 players on the team, and 12 of which were freshmen.  They scored 638 points and averaged 43 points/game.

Four days after the game, Torrey was named Head Football Coach at New Bern High School (NC), a 4A school.

Timmonsville (SC)

 

In 2010, Timmonsville HS (SC) was running the Spread Offense and finished the 2010 season with a 1-9 record.  

Then, in 2011, after running a camp with Lou Cella, Timmonsville went to the South Carolina Class A State Semifinals.  Timmonsville did this with a roster of 21 players.

Cashmere (WA)

In 2013, after working with Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Dr. Lou Cella, Cashmere High School (WA) broke the school record for rushing yards.  They broke the school record for total offensive yards.  Finally, and most importantly, Cashmere and their Flexbone Offense went to the Class A State Semifinals.

Tussey Mountain (PA)

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From 2015-2017, Tussey Mountain High School (PA) went 2-28 including a 1-9 season in 2017.  

In 2018, after running a camp with Lou Cella as Camp Director, Tussey Mountain won 8 games and went to the District 5 Class A Semifinals in Anthony Sottasante’s first season as head coach.

Rainier (WA)

In 2017, after becoming a Triple Option Football Academy client and working with Dr. Cella, Rainier (WA) had their best season in 26 years.  They reached the state playoffs for the first time since 1991.  Finally, Rainier and their Flexbone Offense made it to the Washington Class 2B State Quarterfinals.

Odessa-Harrington (WA)

In 2015, after running a camp with Dr. Lou Cella as Camp Director, Odessa-Harrington (WA) scored 508 points in 11 games.  They averaged 46 points/game and made it to the Washington State 8-Man Football State Quarterfinals.  Odessa-Harrington did all this with a roster of 20 players. 

Then, In 2016, Odessa-Harrington went 12-0 and played in the Washington Class 1B State Championship.

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