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Executing the Load Scheme with the Playside A-Back

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The Playside A-Back’s Load Block Progression

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

What Does it Actually Mean to “Load” on Triple Option?

Read What Does it Actually Mean to “Load” on Triple Option 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)

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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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