How to Run Navy’s A-Over B-Back Toss

a-over b-back toss

In 2019, Navy has run Flex A-Over B-Back Toss.  This concept has been great for them in short yardage/goal-line.  Learn how to run A-Over B-Back Toss in the below-listed video. https://youtu.be/iThFcdopUXc The Academy The Academy empowers you to execute the Triple Option Offense the right way the first time.   Dr. Lou Cella installs Army and … Read more How to Run Navy’s A-Over B-Back Toss

Triple Option Receiver Blocking (Double Flex)

Triple Option Receiver blocking involves a few situations where he must task his assignment.  Learn what these situations are, and allow your Triple Option Receiver blocking to succeed 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 is … Read more Triple Option Receiver Blocking (Double Flex)

The Two Top Flexbone Formations for 2019

The two top Flexbone formations in 2019 were utilized 67% of the time by Army and Navy in 2018.  See which formations they are, and how you can utilize these two formations to advance your Flexbone program — right here. The Academy The Academy empowers you to execute the Triple Option Offense the right way … Read more The Two Top Flexbone Formations for 2019

Zone Option is Speed Option

Zone Option is Speed Option.  When the Zone Option first started, the design was to run outside zone with the Quarterback. Now, with the evolution of the Double Flex formation, Zone Option really has become a two-way, speed option. You can watch the “how-to” video of the Zone Option right here. Dr. Lou Cella, Sport … Read more Zone Option is Speed Option

Throwing Triple Pass Out of Double Flex Simplifies the Process

When throwing the Triple Pass out of the Spread formation there are two situations: Triple Pass Switch (versus Playside Safety)   Throwing Triple Pass out of Double Flex eliminates the conversion into ONE all-encompassing concept.  This is because the Corner is FORCED to be the run support due to the compressed formation.       … Read more Throwing Triple Pass Out of Double Flex Simplifies the Process

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 … Read more Executing Double Flex, Zone Option versus 6-2 Defense

Running Double Flex Midline Lead versus 4-2

When the defense aligns with a 3-technique and a Backside Action Key, Midline Lead is a great concept to run when the give is forced on Triple Option. The 3-technique is put in a situation where he cannot be right. Midline Lead gets tremendous numbers at the point of attack and by compressing the Receiver, … Read more Running Double Flex Midline Lead versus 4-2

How the Triple Option Offense is Evolving with Army and Navy as We Move Into 2018

Army and Navy’s top three formations in 2017 (combined): 1- Double Flex 2- Heavy 3- Flex Spread Army and Navy’s top three concepts in 2017 (combined): 1- Zone Option 2- Zone Dive 3- Triple Option Happy 2018!

Navy Flexes 99% of the Time

In Navy’s huge bowl win versus Virginia (49-7), Navy was in a Flexed formation 99% of the time. This means they brought the Receiver in two yards from the Tackle. 63% of the time versus Virginia, Navy was in Double Flex:                             … Read more Navy Flexes 99% of the Time