Full Army West Point Triple Option Offensive Lineman Interview

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Executing Double Flex, Zone Option versus 6-2 Defense

When running Zone Option out of Double Flex, the Offensive Line, A-Backs, and Backside Receiver have the same responsibilities as Triple Option. The Playside Receiver blocks down. The B-Back leads for the Quarterback and blocks the Mike to the Free Safety while the Quarterback takes the snap, goes down the line, turns up and scores unless #2 can tackle him… if so, the Quarterback sets … Continue reading Executing Double Flex, Zone Option versus 6-2 Defense

Running Zone Option out of Heavy

The Heavy Formation brings the Backside Tackle over to the formation side, and puts the Backside Receiver where the Backside Tackle was. Zone Option is utilized when the defense forces a give to the B-Back on Triple. When this happens, the offense makes the defense defend the Quarterback and the Backside A-Back.                           … Continue reading Running Zone Option out of Heavy

Army Threw for 361 Yards All Season… and Had Their Best Season Since 1996

Army West Point had their first 10-win season since 1996. They threw for 361 yards all season (on 20 completions). Fun Fact: Army West Point was #4 in the nation for yards/completion. If anyone tells you that you need to throw the ball to win… show them this. 2017 ARMY WEST POINT PASSING STATISTICS NAME CMP ATT YDS CMP% YDS/A TD INT RAT Ahmad Bradshaw … Continue reading Army Threw for 361 Yards All Season… and Had Their Best Season Since 1996

What Army, Navy, and Georgia Tech’s Leading Rusher in 2017 All Have in Common

The Under-Center, Flexbone Triple Option Offense continues to evolve. In 2017, Navy’s top two leading rushers were their Quarterbacks, Zach Abey and Malcolm Perry.  Also, 56% of Navy’s run offense were Quarterback runs. NAVY 2017 RUSHING STATISTICS NAME CAR YDS AVG LONG TD Zach Abey 293 1413 4.8 75 (TD) 19 Malcolm Perry 138 1182 8.6 92 (TD) 11 Chris High 144 621 4.3 37 … Continue reading What Army, Navy, and Georgia Tech’s Leading Rusher in 2017 All Have in Common

The Two Offensive Formations Army West Point Ran in 2017

In 2017, Army West Point had their best season in 22 seasons, and they were based out of two formations–Double Flex and Heavy. They were aligned in one of these formations, or a combination thereof, 95% of the time in their bowl win versus San Diego State.               Double Flex compresses the Receivers as they are six feet from … Continue reading The Two Offensive Formations Army West Point Ran in 2017