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Heavy Belly-G versus Eagle Defense (8-man)

Heavy Belly-G versus Eagle Defense (8-man)

If you want to run Heavy Belly-G versus Eagle Defense (8-man), watch the below-listed video. The Academy The Academy empowers you to execute the Triple Option Offense the right way the first time.   Dr. Lou Cella installs Army and Navy’s modern-day Flexbone Triple Option Offense with you and your staff. Read more: Testimonials from Dr. Cella’s … Continue reading

End Over Belly-G (8-Man)

End Over Belly-G (8-Man)

In 8-man football, the End Over Belly-G concept can be utilized in short-yardage/goal-line. Watch the below-listed video. The Underdog Offense Coach, I’m not sure how you feel at this point in the season — but if your kids haven been getting dominated up front — this actually might be the worst feeling in all of … Continue reading

Heavy Belly-G versus Eagle Defense

Heavy Belly-G versus Eagle Defense

If you want to learn how to run the Belly-G versus the Eagle defense… watch this video and you’ll learn how. The Underdog Offense Coach, I’m not sure how you feel at this point in the season — but if your kids haven been getting dominated up front — this actually might be the worst … Continue reading

Executing Heavy Down Option

Executing Heavy Down Option

There’s a time and a place to run Heavy Down Option.  See when and where you would run Heavy Down Option by watching this video. The Underdog Offense Coach, I’m not sure how you feel at this point in the season — but if your kids haven been getting dominated up front — this actually … Continue reading

Flexbone Belly-G versus Bear

Flexbone Belly-G versus Bear

Run the Flexbone Belly-G by getting into the Heavy Formation.   Then, the Receiver cracks while the Playside Tackles block down. The Playside Guard kicks the first threat off the Heavy Tackle and if there is no one there, he turns up. Playside A walls the Mike in case the Center can’t win leverage on … Continue reading

Flexbone Formations: Heavy

Flexbone Formations: Heavy

You want to utilize the Heavy formation in short yardage/goal-line situations; however, Army has increased the utilization of Heavy. They run the Heavy formation to execute several concepts including Heavy Zone Kick.   Is Your Down Cycle Coming? If your Down Cycle is coming… and you’ve already said, “We’re going to be down next year”… well … Continue reading

Belly-G versus the 3-3-5

Learn how to run Belly-G versus the 3-3-5.  This concept is utilized more this year than it has been in recent years.  When it’s short yardage, run Belly-G — right here. Is Your Down Cycle Coming? If your Down Cycle is coming… and you’ve already said, “We’re going to be down next year”… well then, this … Continue reading

What Army Does Versus Hard B-Gap Pressure

What Army Does Versus Hard B-Gap Pressure

Often times when Army wants to run the Zone Option, the 3-technique can create penetration. When this happens, they get into the Heavy Formation.                               Then, they run the Down (also known as Belly-G).               … Continue reading

2017 Army West Point Triple Option Breakdown versus UTEP

2017 Army West Point Triple Option Breakdown versus UTEP

Army West Point- 35 v. UTEP- 21 F Army West Point Total Offensive Plays- 57 44% of Army’s Offense was the following: Zone Option- 10; Zone Belly- 5; Down (Belly-G)- 5; Iso- 5 The other 56% of Army’s Offense was the following: Triple Option- 3; Zone Dive- 3; Quarterback Draw- 2; Midline Lead- 2; Outside Veer Give- 2; … Continue reading