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Executing the Load Scheme with the Playside A-Back

https://tripleoptionfootball.com/2014/10/17/loading-on-triple-option/

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The Playside A-Back’s Load Block Progression

Read The Playside A-Back’s Load Block Progression right here.

Loading the Odd Stack

When running Triple Option, the Playside A is responsible for #3 (run support). 

Triple Option Count System for Odd Stack

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is Triple Option versus Triple Stack with the Playside A blocking #3.

Triple Option versus Odd Stack. PR- Deep Defender PA- 3 PT- Veer PG- Base to Ace C- Veer to Ace BG/BT- Scoop BA- Pitch BR- Cutoff Q- Veer 1, Pitch 2 B- Veer Path

 

 

 

 

 

 

If the Playside A cannot block the overhang, the Playside A will make a “LION” call to tell the Playside Tackle that the Playside Tackle is veering inside and has Playside Linebacker to Free Safety. Now, the Playside A blocks the Playside Linebacker to the Free Safety.  The Quarterback is responsible for canceling the overhang because #3 now becomes #2 in the count. 

Triple Load versus Triple Stack. Now, the overhang is #2 in the count and belongs to the Quarterback. The 40 technique and the Free Safety belong to the Playside A-Back and the Free Safety.

Triple Load versus Triple Stack. Now, the overhang is #2 in the count and belongs to the Quarterback. The 40 technique and the Free Safety belong to the Playside A-Back and the Playside Tackle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have your Playside A load when he can’t block #3 in a Triple Stack defense.

Run Triple Load When You Cannot Block the Overhang vs. Triple Stack

When running Triple Option, the Playside A is responsible for #3 (run support). 

Triple Option Count System for Odd Stack

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is Triple Option versus Triple Stack with the Playside A blocking #3.

Triple Option versus Odd Stack. PR- Deep Defender PA- 3 PT- Veer PG- Base to Ace C- Veer to Ace BG/BT- Scoop BA- Pitch BR- Cutoff Q- Veer 1, Pitch 2 B- Veer Path

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If the Playside A cannot block the overhang, run Triple Load.  In the Georgia Tech/Navy vernacular, this is 12/13 Load (12 is to the right).  Now, the Playside A blocks the Playside Linebacker to the Free Safety.  The Quarterback is responsible for canceling the overhang because #3 now becomes #2 in the count. The Playside A will make a “LION” call to tell the Playside Tackle that the Playside Tackle is veering inside and has Playside Linebacker to Free Safety.

Triple Load versus Triple Stack.  Now, the overhang is #2 in the count and belongs to the Quarterback.  The 40 technique and the Free Safety belong to the Playside A-Back and the Free Safety.

Triple Load versus Triple Stack. Now, the overhang is #2 in the count and belongs to the Quarterback. The 40 technique and the Free Safety belong to the Playside A-Back and the Free Safety.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call Triple Load (12/13 Load) when your Playside A can’t block #3 in a Triple Stack defense.

 

Navy and Georgia Tech’s Load Scheme for the Triple Option

In this four-minute podcast Dr. Cella describes Navy and Georgia Tech’s Load Scheme on the Triple Option.  The Load Scheme is utilized when the Run Support (#3) is in the middle of the field.  Dr. Cella describes the process of the Playside Receiver, Playside A-Back, and Playside Tackle when #3 is in the middle of the field.  When #3 is in the middle of the field, the Load Scheme is automatically executed to cancel the Mike Linebacker and Free Safety (#3) on Triple Option.

The podcast can be heard right here.

Load Scheme. If #1 comes upfield, the Playside A goes right to the Free Safety.Load scheme. When #1 cancels B-Back, Playside A cancels Mike Linebacker.Load situations on Triple with Playside Tackle and A-Back. If the Mike runs over the top, the Playside A blocks the Mike and the Tackle blocks #3. This all happens via agile learning.

Playside A-Back’s Load Path on Triple Option (when #3 is in the Middle of the Field)

Triple Option Football Academy -- The Flexbone Offense from Army & Navy

On Triple Option when #3 is in the middle of the field, the Playside A-Back goes to the Safety

UNLESS #1 takes the B-Back

If this happens, the Playside A replaces #1 and blocks the Mike Linebacker.  This is all listed below.

Load Scheme. If #1 comes upfield, the Playside A goes right to the Free Safety.Load Scheme. If #1 comes upfield, the Playside A goes right to the Free Safety.

Load scheme. When #1 cancels B-Back, Playside A cancels Mike Linebacker. Load scheme. When #1 cancels B-Back, Playside A cancels Mike Linebacker.

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