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Navy Football Ranked In Both Polls

Read about Navy football and their rankings right here. 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 clients. Triple Option Football Academy for … Continue reading

Navy Flexbone Offense Breakdown (through October 2019)

Navy Flexbone Offense Breakdown (through October 2019)

Navy Flexbone Offense: Currently, Navy is 6-1 and bowl eligible.  They have run 462 plays this year. Triple Option is their most utilized play.  They have run Triple 71 times.  The Triple Option is 15% of Navy’s 2019 Offense. Zone Option (with variations) is Navy’s #2 play.  They have run Zone Option 57 times, and … Continue reading

Navy Flexbone Breakdown versus Tulane (2019)

Navy Flexbone Breakdown versus Tulane (2019)

Navy Flexbone Breakdown: Navy- 41 v. Tulane- 38 Navy Total Plays Run- 63 73% of Navy’s Offense was the following: Triple Option- 3 Zone Option (with variations)- 4 Trap- 15 Zone Dive- 6 Speed Option- 5 B Toss- 4 Triple Pass- 6 Midline White- 3 Other plays run: Dropback Pass- 7 Rocket Pass- 2 Follow- 2 … Continue reading

Dr. Cella Flexbone Philosophy

Dr. Cella Flexbone Philosophy

If you want to hear Dr. Cella’s Flexbone Philosophy, watch the two-minute video listed below. 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

Get Good Fast in 2020

Get Good Fast in 2020

Navy, Kennesaw State, and Lenoir-Rhyne are Flexbone Triple Option football programs.  Navy doesn’t give any athletic scholarships.  Kennesaw has only played five seasons of varsity football.  Lenoir-Rhyne was 3-7 two years ago and running the Spread. If they ran a traditional offense, they couldn’t block the Defensive Linemen they’d face. Fortunately they don’t, and because of … Continue reading