Over Formation- This is the formation utilized versus one-high safety defenses to force the defense to declare themselves. The alignment is the same as the spread formation with the exception of the Backside Receiver splitting the difference between the Formation-side Tackle and the Formation-side Receiver.
If the defense does not bring a defender from the Backside to the formation-side to match numbers, go Over Brown.
Over Brown Right, Vert Right. If the Defense does not want to bring an extra man over to the OVER side, walk the backside A-Back up, walk the Middle Receiver back, and run four verticals.
When defenses align in eight-man fronts, the Triple Option Offense could take the opportunity to align in the Over Formation.
If the defense brings someone from the backside to the Over side to match up numbers, now there is one less defender to the Nub side, and the primary/secondary run force defender is in the count.
This can spell big trouble for defenses.
Over Right, Triple Left versus 4-4. #2 has to play the Quarterback and the Pitch as #3 is loaded by the A. If #2 takes the Quarterback NOBODY is there to take the pitch and the Backside A will have a clear path to the end zone.
Over Triple versus Odd Stack. If the Playside A runs the circle on #3, there is no secondary force and once the ball is pitched, this is big problems for the defense.
Utilize Over versus one-high safety teams…
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Spread Formation. This is the default formation of the Triple Option Offense.Spread Formation Alignments
Offensive Line- 3-plus foot splits–inside hand on heels of Center. Center in four-point stance.
A-backs- one yard behind Offensive Tackle; inside foot on outside foot of Offensive Tackle.
Receivers- 12 yards from Offensive Tackle. If ball is on hash, eight yards from Offensive Tackle.
B-Back behind Quarterback. Depth is determined how fast he can get into the point when the Quarterback points the ball on Triple/Midline.
Quarterback- behind center with balanced feet.
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