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Navy Has Consistently Done These 2 Things Over the Last 3 Seasons

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Navy Beat Notre Dame in 2016… Here’s What They Did

Navy had a great offensive performance versus Notre Dame in 2016.

Read exactly what they did right here.

Triple Option Offensive Breakdown of Navy’s 2016 Win Versus Notre Dame

Navy beat Notre Dame in 2016.

Navy has zero scholarship football players.

Notre Dame’s has 85 scholarship football players.

How does a football program with zero scholarships beat a football program with 85 scholarships?

This is very simple–with the Triple Option Offense.

The offensive breakdown of Navy’s 2016 victory over Notre Dame is found right here.

 

Navy Averaged 10.4 Yards Per Play on This Concept in 2016

Although they only ran this concept 16 times in 14 games the Down (also known as Belly G) averaged 10.4 yards per play for Navy in 2016.

Navy runs this in short yardage/goal-line out of the Heavy Formation:

Heavy formation

Heavy formation

In Heavy, the Left Receiver moves into the Left Tackle spot while the Left Tackle becomes the Heavy Tackle to the call side.  

Navy likes to run the Down when they know the A and B-gaps are plugged and they cannot run the Follow.

Often, Navy tosses the ball to the outside; however, their second option is to run the Down.


Here is Heavy Down versus an Eagle Defense:

heavy-down-versus-eagle-defense


Navy averaged 10.4 yards per play on Down in 2016.


Learn how to run Army, Navy, Georgia Tech, and the Citadel’s high-powered Triple Option Offense.  Contact 570.332.0265 for more information.

 

Navy’s 2016 Passing Game

Thanks to my client, Alan Short, Head Football Coach at Lawrence County High School (KY), for providing this information.

Ashley Ingram, Run Game Coordinator/Centers-Guards Coach at Navy provided information yesterday (1/11/17) at the AFCA Convention in Nashville.

Navy’s 2016 Pass Offense consisted of the following:

Playaction- 109 plays (51% of Navy’s 2016 Pass Offense)


Sprint Out- 43 plays (20% of Navy’s 2016 Pass Offense)

Dropback- 30 plays (14% of Navy’s 2016 Pass Offense)

Boots- 16 plays (8% of Navy’s 2016 Pass Offense)

Quick game- 14 plays (7% of Navy’s 2016 Pass Offense)


Completion percentage- 59%

Yards per catch- 19.3

Yards per game- 128

Triple Option — The Statistical, Top-Ranked, Quick-Strike Pass Offense of 2016

  • There are 128 Division-1 FBS Football Programs.
  • Air Force (#1), Georgia Tech (#2), Navy (#3), and Army (#4) led the FBS in yards per completion.
  • Air Force averaged 26 yards/completion, Georgia Tech averaged 20 yards/completion, Navy averaged 19 yards/completion, and Army averaged 18 yards/completion.
  • These four FBS Football programs combined to average 21 yards per completion.

FBS Yards per Completion–2016

RANK TEAM G PASS COM PASS ATT PASS YDS AVG
1 Air Force 13 68 150 1752 25.76
2 Georgia Tech 13 83 160 1679 20.23
3 Navy 14 93 158 1794 19.29
4 Army West Point 13 54 123 967 17.91

The Triple Option is the top-ranked quick strike Offense of 2016.


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2016 Navy Triple Option Offense Breakdown versus Louisiana Tech (Military Bowl)

Navy’s Offense (45) versus Louisiana Tech (48)

Total Plays- 63 

Triple Option- 13/63 (21% of offense)

Zone Option- 11/63 (17% of offense)

Triple Pass- 7 (11% of offense)

Midline Lead- 6 (10% of offense)

Midline Triple (Zoom)- 5 (8% of offense)


Other Concepts: Counter Option- 2; Outside Veer Give- 1; Rocket Pass Boot- 2; Hitch- 2; B-Back Toss- 1; Rocket- 2; B-Back Toss Pass- 1; Belly Pass Boot- 1; Zone Dive- 1; Follow- 1; Sneak- 1; Rocket Boot- 2; Rocket Counter Option- 2; Down- 1; Rocket Pass- 1


Notes: 64% of Navy’s Offense was Triple Option, Zone Option, Triple Pass, Midline Lead, and Midline Triple (Zoom)

2016 Navy Triple Option Offense Breakdown versus Notre Dame

Navy defeats Notre Dame 28-27

Navy Triple Option Offense Total Plays- 65

Triple Option- 14 (22% of offense)

Midline Triple- 7 (11% of offense)

Follow- 7 (11% of offense)

Zone Option- 5 (8% of offense)

Triple Pass- 4 (6% of offense)

Rocket Toss- 4 (6% of offense)

Other Plays: Zone Option Block- 3, Midline White- 2, Midline Lead- 2, Sprint Pass- 3, Zone Dive- 3, Rocket Pass, Counter Option- 3, Outside Veer Give, Hitch, Counter Speed, Sneak, Trap, Reverse, and Rocket Option

Notes: 64% of Navy’s Triple Option Offense utilized to defeat Notre Dame was Triple Option, Midline Triple, Follow, Zone option, Triple Pass, and Rocket Toss.


The Academy

Install the Triple Option the right way the first time.

Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou CellaLearn from the Sports Psychologist with 20 Years of Experience Running the Triple Option Offense

Dr. Lou Cella’s Triple Option Football-based Camp System has helped produce state champions, state championship appearances, state semifinals appearances, has had clients break school records, and has produced drastic one-year turnarounds–read all of these stories right here.

Joshua+Walker+Colgate+v+Navy+75Op3Bbn8lSlInstall the Authentic Navy/Georgia Tech/Citadel Triple Option Offense

You learn the authentic Navy, Georgia Tech, and Citadel Triple Option Offense.  Everything Dr. Cella installs with you, your coaches, and your players is based on the actual data from their most recent action.

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All Triple Option Football Academy Clients receive their very own HUDL account.

 

Access to the Largest Library of Triple Option Offensive Football Coaching Material

The Triple Option Football Academy gives you and your assistant coaches the following plethora of resources:

  1. Video Library
  2. 2016 Triple Option Football Academy Clinic
  3. Dr. Cella’s State Championship Level Clients in Action
  4. Online Classroom
  5. Interactive Playbook
  6. Drill Guide
  7. Audio Series by Topic
  8. Webinar
  9. Message Board
  10. 24-Hour/Day On-Call Support

h1a1_k_ins_6_13_mark_and_studentThe Triple Option Football Academy gives you access to all online resources for the next two years.

Are You Ready to Install the Triple Option the Right Way the First Time and Have an Offensive System for the Rest of Your Coaching Career?

Call 570.332.0265 for pricing information and to become a Triple Option Football Academy client today.

Georgia Tech’s First Score versus Vanderbilt (2016)–Rocket Pass Boot B-Wheel

Georgia Tech scored against Vanderbilt by faking the Rocket and throwing the ball to the B-Back on a wheel route which occurred away from the Rocket action.

rocket-pass-boot-b-wheel

The Boot-side Receiver ran a skinny post while the B-Back ran his away path and wheeled up the sideline.

As this occurred, the Offensive Line base blocked.  The exception was the Left Guard who did not have an immediate first level threat so he kicked out the 9-technique to his side.

On the Backside the A-Back and Receiver ran verticals.

The Left A-Back faked the Rocket and ran a flare route while the Quarterback faked the Rocket, booted away from the action and threw to the B-Back for the touchdown.

You can watch Georgia Tech’s score on Rocket Pass Boot B-Wheel (Spread, 358 Boot B-Wheel) right here at the :08 mark.

Georgia Tech went on to win 38-7 and they are now 3-0 on the 2016 season.


The Academy

Install the Triple Option the right way the first time.

Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou CellaLearn from the Sports Psychologist with 20 Years of Experience Running the Triple Option Offense

Dr. Lou Cella’s Triple Option Football-based Camp System has helped produce state champions, state championship appearances, state semifinals appearances, has had clients break school records, and has produced drastic one-year turnarounds–read all of these stories right here.

Joshua+Walker+Colgate+v+Navy+75Op3Bbn8lSlInstall the Authentic Navy/Georgia Tech/Citadel Triple Option Offense

You learn the authentic Navy, Georgia Tech, and Citadel Triple Option Offense.  Everything Dr. Cella installs with you, your coaches, and your players is based on the actual data from their most recent action.

WHITE DIAGRAM.pptx

All Triple Option Football Academy Clients receive their very own HUDL account.

Access to the Largest Library of Triple Option Offensive Football Coaching Material

The Triple Option Football Academy gives you and your assistant coaches the following plethora of resources:

  1. Video Library
  2. 2016 Triple Option Football Academy Clinic
  3. Dr. Cella’s State Championship Level Clients in Action
  4. Online Classroom
  5. Interactive Playbook
  6. Drill Guide
  7. Audio Series by Topic
  8. Webinar
  9. Message Board
  10. 24-Hour/Day On-Call Support

h1a1_k_ins_6_13_mark_and_studentThe Triple Option Football Academy gives you access to all online resources for the next two years.

Are You Ready to Install the Triple Option the Right Way the First Time and Have an Offensive System for the Rest of Your Coaching Career?

Call 570.332.0265 for pricing information and to become a Triple Option Football Academy client today.

Here’s How Navy Ran Midline Triple Option Nine Times versus UConn’s 50 Defense (2016)

After two games, Midline Triple Option is Navy’s #2 concept of 2016.

They run a variation of Midline Triple Option called ZOOM.  Zoom is when the Playside A-Back twirls and on the fourth step he dropsteps, crosses over, runs, and is responsible for #3 (run support).  

Against a 50 Defense, Navy does this so that the B-Back can make the Noseguard wrong.  The Center bases the Nose and the B-Back is running the Midline then taking the ball to the Playside leg of the Guard UNLESS the Nose slants playside.  If so, the B-Back stays on the Midline and makes the Noseguard wrong.

Here is exactly what Navy did to UConn’s 50 Defense with Zoom (Midline Triple):

zoom-versus-50

The perimeter is blocked the same as Triple except the Playside A-Back twirls to block the Run Support (#3).

As this occurs, the Playside Tackle and Guard are responsible for the Mike to the Free Safety.  The Playside Tackle veers inside to protect the B-gap on Midline.

The Center has the most physically demanding job as he must base and stay in front of the Noseguard.  While he is doing this, the Backside Guard has the Backside A-gap and the Backside Tackle has the Backside B-gap.

Nothing changes for the Backside Receiver as he cuts off the corner.  While this is ongoing, the Backside A runs the pitch route.  He must leave at the snap to avoid two men moving in motion.

The Quarterback takes the snap, jumps into the Backside A-gap, points the ball, gives to the B unless #1 can tackle the B.  If so, he re-seats the ball, goes down the line and turns upward outside the tackle unless #2 steps at him.  If so, the Quarterback parallel pitches.  Navy wants to pitch the ball on Midline Triple.  This is no secret.  The vast majority of the time they pitch the ball on Midline Triple.

Finally, the B-Back runs a straight line and after he has the ball he breaks through the playside leg of the Center unless the Nose slants–if so, he stays on the Midline to cancel the Nose.

Here’s video of Zoom (Midline Triple Option) versus UConn’s 50 Defense (2016) run at the 1:24:42 mark.

If the Center is not extremely overwhelmed by the 0-technique (Nose), run Midline Triple to make the Nose wrong.  With the new “clipping” rule at the high school level, this might be a long-term solution to cancel #1 and #2 versus 50 defenses.


The Academy

Install the Triple Option the right way the first time.

Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou CellaLearn from the Sports Psychologist with 20 Years of Experience Running the Triple Option Offense

Dr. Lou Cella’s Triple Option Football-based Camp System has helped produce state champions, state championship appearances, state semifinals appearances, has had clients break school records, and has produced drastic one-year turnarounds–read all of these stories right here.

Joshua+Walker+Colgate+v+Navy+75Op3Bbn8lSlInstall the Authentic Navy/Georgia Tech/Citadel Triple Option Offense

You learn the authentic Navy, Georgia Tech, and Citadel Triple Option Offense.  Everything Dr. Cella installs with you, your coaches, and your players is based on the actual data from their most recent action.

WHITE DIAGRAM.pptx

All Triple Option Football Academy Clients receive their very own HUDL account.

Access to the Largest Library of Triple Option Offensive Football Coaching Material

The Triple Option Football Academy gives you and your assistant coaches the following plethora of resources:

  1. Video Library
  2. 2016 Triple Option Football Academy Clinic
  3. Dr. Cella’s State Championship Level Clients in Action
  4. Online Classroom
  5. Interactive Playbook
  6. Drill Guide
  7. Audio Series by Topic
  8. Webinar
  9. Message Board
  10. 24-Hour/Day On-Call Support

h1a1_k_ins_6_13_mark_and_studentThe Triple Option Football Academy gives you access to all online resources for the next two years.

Are You Ready to Install the Triple Option the Right Way the First Time and Have an Offensive System for the Rest of Your Coaching Career?

Call 570.332.0265 for pricing information and to become a Triple Option Football Academy client today.