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Army Offensive Coordinator, Brent Davis was at Georgia Southern prior to his arrival at West Point.
Here are Brent Davis’ Offensive Line drills from his days at Georgia Southern:
This extensive video shows drills at all 11 positions of Georgia Southern’s Triple Option Offense.
The video can be found below:
After a few years running a shotgun offense, Georgia Southern is back under center and running the Triple Option Offense.
Georgia Southern hired Bryan Cook away from Georgia Tech to reinstall the Under-Center Triple Option Offense.
In addition, the Eagles hired Bob Bodine, a Triple Option coaching mainstay, away from Army to be the one of the Offensive Line coaches.
Adrian Peterson is a former NFL running back as well as a former college running back for the Georgia Southern football team. He played B-Back in Paul Johnson’s Triple Option Offense while Coach Johnson was Head Football Coach at Georgia Southern. Peterson played from 1998-2001.
During his college career, he was awarded “Most Outstanding Player” in the I-AA division. He went down in history as the first college sophomore to take home this award.
In 2005 he was one of the two best running backs for the Chicago Bears, he retired in 2011, and in 2012 he was inducted into the Georgia Southern Hall of Fame.
Below-listed are highlights of his action as a Georgia Southern B-Back:
Georgia Southern rushed for over 300 yards versus Alabama in this game.
Nick Saban had interesting commentary after this game as well.
The below-listed video shows Alabama’s linebackers preparing for Georgia Southern’s Triple Option Offense.
This commentary is provided by current Georgia Southern Offensive Coordinator, Bryan Cook when he was the Quarterback/B-Back Coach at Georgia Tech.
He explains the difference between the Under-Center, Flexbone Triple Option and the Shotgun Triple Option.
Nick Saban made a public confession about the Triple Option.
Sidenote: In 2011, Georgia Southern’s Triple Option Offense ran 39 times for 302 yards versus Alabama’s Defense. Alabama allowed 938 rushing yards on defense the entire 2011 season.
Get rid of all your “if-then” charts you got from the Internet coaching experts who hide behind their keyboard.
Dr. Cella works directly with the Division-1 Triple Option schools and gives you the real answers to playcalling the Triple Option Offense.
Playcalling the Triple Option is not as complicated as you would think.
This 27-minute video provides you with Offensive Line drills that Georgia Southern utilized under then-coach Jeff Monken and his staff.
This is an excerpt from Paul Johnson’s playbook dating back to his time as Head Football Coach at Georgia Southern. You can find copies of this playbook throughout the Internet.
Coach Johnson explains these four points.
“12/13 is our inside veer play. We load when the run support (#3) is inside the tackle box. Our option count begins with the first down lineman touching the Playside Tackle (#1). This is the read key. #2 is the next man outside of #1 to Linebacker to Secondary. #3 is the run support.” –Paul Johnson
- Playside Tackle calls “3” or “4i” to determine #1.
- Playside Tackle calls “inside” or “outside” to determine if the Linebacker is in the option count. “Inside”= Offensive Line or A-Back account for the Linebacker; “Outside”= Quarterback counts him as #2, reads him, and prepares for the EZ stunt (#2-1 exchange).
- Find #1, 2, 3, and Deep Defender. The Deep Defender is the defender who drops over the top of the Playside Receiver at the snap. There are two Deep Defenders on the field with one on each side; however, if the formation is Over and Heavy, both Deep Defenders are to the formation side.
- Load when #3 is inside the box.
This 26-minute video demonstrates how Georgia Southern drills the Triple Option with the skill positions under then-Head Football Coach, Jeff Monken.