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How to Individually Coach All 11 Positions in the Triple Option Offense: Part One

How to Individually Coach All 11 Positions in the Triple Option Offense: Part One

If you are the Head Coach and/or Triple Option Offensive Coordinator, this applies to you.

Are you tired of relying on your assistant coaches to teach and drill the Triple Option alignments, assignments, and techniques?

Do you insecurely live with the fact that your players are being undercoached?

Does it bother you that you have assistant coaches that really don’t know what they are doing or simply don’t care?

Then, learn how to practice the Triple Option with you individually coaching all 11 positions.

Read how to individually coach all 11 positions in the Triple Option offense, right here.  This is part one of a three-part series on the topic.

Triple Option Football Academy information can be found right here.

 

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Navy’s Answers When #1 Takes the Quarterback on Triple Option

Navy’s Answers When #1 Takes the Quarterback on Triple Option

Navy’s Offensive Coordinator, Ivin Jasper has answers to all the problems that can occur within the Triple Option Offense.

When Navy is forced to give the ball and they don’t get four yards on the give, Coach Jasper has answers to take advantage of the defense.

Read about what Navy does right here.

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Updated: How the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator Can Coach All 11 Positions in Practice

Updated: How the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator Can Coach All 11 Positions in Practice

Here is the podcast of How the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator Can Coach All 11 Positions in Practice.  The podcast link was not properly working, so now here is the podcast–the podcast can be found right here.

How the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator Can Coach All 11 Positions in Practice

How the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator Can Coach All 11 Positions in Practice

In this episode, Dr. Cella discusses this unique practice methodology where the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator coaches the skill positions while the Offensive Linemen are on defense and then coaches the Offensive Linemen while the skill positions are on defense.  This highly-effective practice format is presented to podcast listeners in this segment.

The podcast can be found right here.

Read about Dr. Cella’s exclusive Triple Option Offensive practice methodology right here.

Need vs. Want–Installation Decisions for the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator

Need vs. Want–Installation Decisions for the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator

In this podcast, Dr. Cella discusses what the Triple Option coach needs to be successful when choosing the concepts he installs.  Many coaches want to install multiple concepts with the intention in mind that if one concept doesn’t work they simply move onward to the next concept.  Dr. Cella demonstrates through quantitative research the vitality of each concept the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator chooses and which concepts are non-negotiable to successfully execute the offense just like Navy and Georgia Tech.

Listen here–Need vs. Want–Installation Decisions for the Triple Option Offensive Coordinator

 

 

Triple v. 3-4 PR- Deep Defender PA- 3 PT- Veer PG- Base to Ace C- Scoop to Ace BG/BT- Scoop BA- Pitch BR- Cutoff Q- Veer 1, Pitch 2 B- Veer Path

Zone Option vs. 4-4

B-Back Toss v. 4-4
B-Back Toss v. 4-4

Triple Pass versus 4-3 Cloud. Playside Receiver- Vert-Skinny (playside safety) Playside A- Vert-Wheel (playside safety) OL- Slide Away BA- Pitch-Kick BR- 17-yard drag Q- Triple Pass Steps B- Veer Path-Block 1st threat off PT