When Navy runs the Triple Option versus a 50 and an odd stack defense, they’re only blocking ONE defensive lineman.
Navy has won 45 games in the last 5 seasons.
They do this with ZERO football scholarships.
Many of Navy’s players join the military for the opportunity to play Division-1 Football. It’s the only way they can get the chance.
The Triple Option is the system that allows Navy to win 45 games in the last five years.
The results of the Academy and Camp are found right here — testimonials.
If you want to stop blocking Defensive Linemen and start winning, call Dr. Cella @ 570.332.0265.
The Big Idea in 40 Words
Navy, Georgia Tech, and the Citadel are Division-1 football programs with academic-based student-athletes.
If they ran a traditional offense, they couldn’t block the defensive linemen they’d face.
Fortunately, they don’t, and because of this, they’ve gone a combined 27-7 in 2016.
You can’t block their defensive linemen.
The Triple Option eliminates the need for blocking all defensive linemen outside the Playside Guard, and allows you to dominate the running game.
Now, you read your way out by forcing defenses to learn how to play assignment football in a short three-day (3) preparation week.
The Triple Option Football Academy creates a high-performance offense through a sports-science based 12-step process.
The Success Stories
Read testimonials from Dr. Cella’s clients right here.
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On Triple Option, the Playside Receiver is responsible for the Deep Defender, which is the defender who drops over the top of the Receiver when the Receiver sprints off the ball.
The Playside A has #3 which is the run support player.
Here are the different situations that must get practiced in order to prepare for competition.
Drop-Cross-Run- and Trap #3 on his side of the line of scrimmage.
In this podcast episode, Dr. Cella discusses Offensive Line footwork on the Triple Option. In recent months, Dr. Cella has had NFL Offensive Line Coaches tell him and those close to him that every footstep in the process is not as important as the placement of the hat and the hands on every block. In teaching Triple Option Offensive Linemen, their first step is still important as this sets the direction to appropriately place the hat and the hands on each block. Dr. Cella discusses the first step of each block on the Triple Option in detail.