Motion on Triple Option? Just say no. Watch the below-listed video on why there is no motion on Triple Option. 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 moreJust Say NO… to Motion on Triple Option
Motioning on Triple Option shall not be done. Paul Johnson says that the Backside A should get no more than 1.5 steps in the ground before the ball is snapped. Watch the video and learn more. https://youtu.be/-TUJJ1xOWjo The Academy The Academy empowers you to execute the Triple Option Offense the right way the first time. … Read moreStop Motioning on Triple Option
There is absolutely no motion on Triple Option. See how the Backside A-Back executes his technique — right here. The Underdog Offense Coach, I’m not sure how you feel at this point in the season — but if your kids haven been getting dominated up front — this actually might be the worst feeling in … Read moreAbsolutely No Motion on Triple Option
Read Stifling the Defense with the Hitch off Rocket Motion right here.
There isn’t a good counter in the Triple Option Offense. In fact, misdirection was about 10% of Navy’s 2015 offense. The purpose of counters is to keep the Will Linebacker from running to the ball. Because of the 3+ foot line splits in the Triple Option Offense, the rest of the backside can’t get to … Read moreThe Best Counter in Modern-Day Triple Option Football is Zoom (Midline Triple Option)
Navy’s first score on Saturday (October 8) was Speed Option away from motion. This is a concept that Navy has not utilized very often since Ivin Jasper became full-time Offensive Coordinator in 2008. Houston was aligned in an Eagle Defense with a Mike and a Spyback behind the Mike. They were playing Press Man coverage. … Read moreNavy’s First Touchdown versus Houston (2016)–Speed Option Away from Motion