Here’s Exactly What Georgia Tech, Army, and Navy are Running in 2017

Well, to no surprise the Triple Option is Georgia Tech, Army, and Navy’s #1 concept.  This is due to fact that the Triple Option is an offense and not just a play. Triple Option is the only concept that these three football programs all utilize at least four times/game. Army and Navy are utilizing the Zone Option when they are forced to give the ball … Continue reading Here’s Exactly What Georgia Tech, Army, and Navy are Running in 2017

Army West Point’s Top Five Concepts Through Week 3 of 2017

Army West Point is 2-1 right now.  Here are their top five concepts through Week 3 of 2017: 1- Zone Belly was run 23 times. 2- Triple Option was run 21 times. 3- Midline Lead was run 20 times. 4- Zone Dive (Pin) was run 18 times. 5- Zone Option was run 17 times. These five concepts are 54% of Army West Point’s 2017 Offense. … Continue reading Army West Point’s Top Five Concepts Through Week 3 of 2017

2017 Army West Point Triple Option Breakdown vs. Ohio State

Army West Point- 7 vs. Ohio State- 38 F Army West Point Total Offensive Plays- 66 52% of Army West Point’s Offense were the following five concepts: Zone Dive- 10; Midline Lead- 8; Zone Option- 8; Triple Option- 4; Trap- 4 The 0ther 48% of the offense was the following: B-Toss- 3; Rocket- 3; Midline White- 3; Zone Belly- 2; Trap Option- 2; Midline Triple Option- 2; Belly Option- 2; … Continue reading 2017 Army West Point Triple Option Breakdown vs. Ohio State

Utilizing Follow as a Constraint When #1 Cancels the B-Back on Triple

Georgia Tech and Army have been utilizing Follow as a pull read constraint in 2017. When the defense forces a pull read on Triple Option, Tech and Army are basing #1 with the Tackle and the Quarterback follows the B-Back up the hole. This way, when the Mike Linebacker runs over the top to take the Quarterback or pitch, the Quarterback is running up inside … Continue reading Utilizing Follow as a Constraint When #1 Cancels the B-Back on Triple

The Seven Concepts Army, Navy, and Georgia Tech All Executed During Week 1 of 2017

There are seven concepts that Army, Navy, and Georgia Tech all executed during Week 1 of the 2017 season. Triple Option was run 14 times among the three programs. Rocket was run 14 times among the three programs. Zone Dive was run 11 times among the three programs. Midline Lead was run 10 times among the three programs. Trap- was run 10 times among the three programs. Down- was … Continue reading The Seven Concepts Army, Navy, and Georgia Tech All Executed During Week 1 of 2017

2017 Army West Point Triple Option Breakdown vs. Fordham

Army: 513 yards, no completions in opening win Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for two touchdowns and gained 128 of his 177 yards in the first half as Army crushed Fordham 64-6 in the opener for both teams Friday night (9/1/17). Army Offense Total Plays- 49 Zone Belly- 12 (24% of offense) Belly Option- 7 (14% of offense) Triple Option- 6 (12% of offense) Midline Lead- 4 … Continue reading 2017 Army West Point Triple Option Breakdown vs. Fordham

Why the Triple Option Still Works After 53 Years of Service

The Triple Option was established in 1964. Last year was the first time EVER that Army, Navy, and Air Force–all Triple Option schools–all won eight games in a season. Last year was the first time in the Citadel’s 109-year history that they started the season 10-0.  The Citadel is a Triple Option school as well. Georgia Tech won nine games last year too. Want to … Continue reading Why the Triple Option Still Works After 53 Years of Service

Three Ways to Modernize Your Flexbone Triple Option Offense

In 2016, there were some unique developments in the Triple Option Offense. Army, Navy, and Georgia Tech all had great seasons, and they all had similar methodologies; however, there were some differences. This article shows you the differences, and how these differences can modernize your Triple Option Offense. Read all about how to modernize your Triple Option Offense right here. Install the Triple Option Offense the … Continue reading Three Ways to Modernize Your Flexbone Triple Option Offense