The 3 Steps to Individually Coaching All 11 Triple Option Offensive Positions–With ONE Coach

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11 Training Camp Failures Triple Option Coaches Make and How to Avoid Them: Podcast

You’re going to want to take notes.  In this fervent, enthusiastic podcast episode, Dr. Cella lists 11 training camp failures that Triple Option coaches make. Then, Dr. Cella provides the solutions to eliminate these failures from ever occurring in your Triple Option Football program. You can listen to the podcast right here. Continue reading 11 Training Camp Failures Triple Option Coaches Make and How to Avoid Them: Podcast

Five Reasons Why Certain Coaches Could Never be Flexbone Triple Option Coaches

Do you want an concrete or an abstract offensive football system? Those who favor a concrete, procedural system are far more likely to install the Triple Option Offense. Read about the ones who wouldn’t right here. High school coaches from throughout the USA enthusiastically recommend the Triple Option Football Academy–read about their stories right here.   Continue reading Five Reasons Why Certain Coaches Could Never be Flexbone Triple Option Coaches

Paul Johnson’s Most Important Coaching Points for Ball Carriers on Triple Option

Coach Paul Johnson emphasizes what each individual on each phase of the Triple Option is to do to maximize success. Backside A-Back Backside A-back’s option route is five yards behind the Quarterback. A-back will take three more steps and turn up with Quarterback. When backside A-back catches the pitch, he will run wherever the blocking seam is. B-Back He is the dive aspect of the … Continue reading Paul Johnson’s Most Important Coaching Points for Ball Carriers on Triple Option

Wanted–Great Coaches to Communicate Information about the Triple Option to Players

Originally posted on Triple Option Football Academy:
This article introduces key principles to ensure that football coach-player communication is effective and successful: 1- Recognize key complexities. This can best be eliminated by demonstrating where the player has to finish on a block or a run and then break down the physical technique from there. 2- Deliver tangible & visible benefits. Players must feel that they… Continue reading Wanted–Great Coaches to Communicate Information about the Triple Option to Players

The Role of the Assistant Coach in the Flexbone Triple Option Offense

Originally posted on Triple Option Football Academy:
Flexbone Triple Option Assistant Coaches must, and non-negotiably, execute the following to maintain employment: 1- LOYALTY TO THE HEAD COACH ABOVE ALL ELSE (not another person, place, thing, or idea). 2- OBEDIENCE This offense is abnormal football. It requires doing what you’re told and asking questions later–behind closed doors. 3- ACCESSIBILITY The ability to be around all the… Continue reading The Role of the Assistant Coach in the Flexbone Triple Option Offense

10 Mistakes Made in the Triple Option Concept

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1- Playside Receiver not sprinting off the ball at the snap. Triple Option Right v. Split 2- Playside A-Back’s lack of contact on #3. Triple Option versus 4-3 Defense.PR- Deep DefenderPA- 3PT- VeerPG- Base to AceC- Veer to AceBG/BT- ScoopBA- PitchBR- CutoffQ- Veer 1, Pitch 2B- Veer Path 3- Playside Tackle and Center fails to grab grass on 2nd… Continue reading 10 Mistakes Made in the Triple Option Concept

How Triple Option Coaches Solve the “Problem” of the New Free Blocking Zone Rule

Read the article about the elimination of the cut block right here. How Triple Option coaches are going to adjust is listed below. This drill set the tone for how to scoop block: 2015 and earlier=Offensive Line–Scoop the Cones. The Offensive Linemen Open-Run-Vertically Crash… 2016=Offensive Line–Scoop the Cones. The Offensive Linemen Open-Run run past the threat in their gap to cut off the pursuit angle … Continue reading How Triple Option Coaches Solve the “Problem” of the New Free Blocking Zone Rule

The Eight Components of Triple Option Executive Leadership

As the leader of the Triple Option-based football program, your job is to do the following: 1- Limit tasks to the important. The average high school offense runs 48 plays/game.  Research has indicated that a play must be run at least four times/game for the play to be effective (NFL Run Study).  Run the Triple Option and possess basic answers to when you can’t get four … Continue reading The Eight Components of Triple Option Executive Leadership