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You Want to Personally Coach All 11 Positions in the Triple Option Offense?  Part One of How to Do This is Right Here.

You Want to Personally Coach All 11 Positions in the Triple Option Offense? Part One of How to Do This is Right Here.

You Want to Personally Coach All 11 Positions in the Triple Option Offense? Part One of How to Do This is Right Here.

 

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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.

 

Dr. Cella Covers Assignments and Techniques of All 11 Positions When Running Triple Option versus the Bear

Dr. Cella Covers Assignments and Techniques of All 11 Positions When Running Triple Option versus the Bear

In this podcast episode, Dr. Cella goes through the assignment and techniques of all 11 positions when running Triple Option versus the Bear Defense.  The double team with the Guard and the Tackle is key to establishing the dive.  When defenses align with a 0-technique and two, 3-techniques, the likelihood is that the defense will force the give read to force the offense inside.  Vertical movement on the double team is the key to establishing the dive and the B-Back runs through the Guard and breaks outside when he can no longer move through the Guard.

The podcast can be found right here.

Triple vs. Bear PR- Deep Defender PA- 3 PT/PG- Deuce C, BG, BT- Scoop BA- Pitch BR- Cutoff Q- Veer 1, Pitch 2 B- Veer Path
Triple vs. Bear PR- Deep Defender PA- 3 PT/PG- Deuce C, BG, BT- Scoop BA- Pitch BR- Cutoff Q- Veer 1, Pitch 2 B- Veer Path

 

How All 11 Positions Execute Triple Option versus the Odd Stack

How All 11 Positions Execute Triple Option versus the Odd Stack

In this podcast episode, Dr. Cella discusses the assignments and techniques of all 11 positions executing the Triple Option versus the Odd Stack Defense.  Dr. Cella breaks the discussion into three parts: 1. Perimeter blocking; 2. Offensive Line blocking; 3. The Triple Option.  Technique on each block is discussed.  The Quarterback’s entire progression from pre-snap through the echo of the whistle is discussed.  This podcast provides coaches with information to successfully execute the Triple Option versus the Odd Stack.

The podcast can be found right here.


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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.

All 11 Offensive Positions and their First Step on the Triple Option

All 11 Offensive Positions and their First Step on the Triple Option

Flexbone Offense -- Triple Option Football Academy

The following are all 11 positions and their first steps on the Triple Option:
Quarterback= 90 degree jump.
B= 45 degree step at inside leg of Playside Guard.
Playside A= Rhythmic 90 degree drop step.
Backside A= Hammer Step (wide 90 degree step).
Playside Receiver= Six-inch vertical step with back foot.
Playside Tackle= Six-inch T-step (lateral-vertical step).
Playside Guard= Six-inch T-Step (lateral-vertical step).
Center= Six-inch T-step (lateral-vertical step).
Backside Guard= Scoop (wide 90 degree step same as Backside A’s hammer step).
Backside Tackle= Scoop (wide 90 degree step same as Backside A’s hammer step).
Backside Receiver= Six-inch 45 degree step with inside foot.

“Swap Call” on Double Flex Triple Option
PR- 3
PA- 4 to Load
PT- Double to Veer
PG- Double to Base
C- Scoop to Double
BG- Scoop to Double
BT- Scoop
BA- Pitch
BR- Cutoff
Q- Veer 1, Pitch 2
B- Veer Path

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The Types of Players You Want in the Triple Option Offense are Found Right Here

The Types of Players You Want in the Triple Option Offense are Found Right Here

Have Dr. Cella Teach and Install All the Fundamentals, Schemes, and Blocking Rules for All 11 Positions of the Triple Option

Have Dr. Cella Teach and Install All the Fundamentals, Schemes, and Blocking Rules for All 11 Positions of the Triple Option

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The Big Idea

If you’re a football coach, then you probably have Offensive Linemen who struggle to block Defensive Linemen.  You’ve tried zone blocking, down blocking, trapping, and by the time you’ve done all this, it’s 3rd and 10.

It’s frustrating to have all these hopes and dreams stuck on a group of kids who aren’t physically able to do what you need them to do.  As a coach, you want to run the ball.  You know that running the ball is the best way to move the ball and score points at the high school level.

While you may WANT a dominant running game, you can’t get it today.  Yet the demand for a superior running game is enormous and there is no disagreement among football experts.  If you could possess a crushing running attack, you would have a large and fast-growing football program and win a lot of games.

Navy has been in FBS bowl games 12 out of the last 13 seasons with zero (0) FBS scholarship football players and they destroy people running the football with a 330 yard/game average over the last three seasons.

Navy’s Offense is the Triple Option Offense and this offense is about running the football while canceling defensive linemen from ever making the tackle.

The Triple Option Football Academy shows you how to execute the Triple Option Offense the same way Navy players learn the offense.  Your players and coaches learn the offense the right way the first time.


Triple Option Football Academy Camps

The Triple Option Football Academy is the leading instructional source for the authentic Triple Option Offense utilized by Georgia Tech, Navy, Army, Air Force, the Citadel, Jacksonville, and Kennesaw State.

Through this three-day camp, you can bring together your players and coaches to develop techniques and construct an offense which leads the high-performance football environment.

As Dr. Cella arrives right at the client’s high school, these three-day camps launch and expand new knowledge for players and coaches.

Camps are run at high schools all throughout the United States this spring and summer.


All coaches receive the Triple Option Football Academy with Dr. Cella prior to the start of the three-day camp.


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Triple Option Football Academy Three-Day Camp Schedule

Here’s what is done with players and assistant coaches at your Triple Option Football Academy Camp with Dr. Cella:

Day 1- Triple Option (4 hours plus staff meeting afterwards).

Day 2- Rocket Toss and Pass Offense (4 hours plus staff meeting afterwards).

Day 3- Zone Option, Midline (all variations), Counter Option, and Short Yardage/Goal-line (4 hours).


Triple Option Football Academy Daily Camp Schedule

  1. QB/B-Back Indy
  2. A-Back Indy
  3. Receiver Indy
  4. Skill Position Indy
  5. Offensive Line Indy
  6. Team Takeoffs
  7. Bullets
  8. Q & A with Dr. Cella

If you live in the Eastern or Central Time Zones*, Dr. Cella brings the Triple Option Football Academy AND Triple Option Football Academy Camp to you for just $2770.


Call to schedule your 2016 Triple Option Football Academy Camp today–570.332.0265.

*Camps within 1,500 miles of New York City are included.  Outside of this region, camps are $3,770.
Back to Basics: Defining Defensive Positions for the Triple Option

Back to Basics: Defining Defensive Positions for the Triple Option

Flexbone Offense -- Triple Option Football Academy

The below-listed diagram defines the key defensive positions for the Triple Option:

Defining Key Defensive Positions for the Triple Option.  1= Read Key for the Quarterback 2= Pitch Key for the Quarterback 3= Run Support. Most Dangerous Player Deep Defender= Defender who covers the zone over the top of the Playside Receiver.  He is not part of the count. Action Key= First down lineman inside of 1. Mike= First linebacker inside of the count. Will= First backside linebacker. Defining Key Defensive Positions for the Triple Option.
1= Read Key for the Quarterback
2= Pitch Key for the Quarterback
3= Run Support. Most Dangerous Player
Deep Defender= Defender who covers the zone over the top of the Playside Receiver. He is not part of the count.
Action Key= First down lineman inside of 1.
Mike= First linebacker inside of the count.
Will= First backside linebacker.

About the Author

Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come out of Dr. Cella’s Triple Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou CellaOption Football System Over the Last Four Years

Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Dr. Lou Cella, is a Sports Performance Specialist, and a 19-year coaching veteran of the college and high school level.

Over the last four years, Dr. Cella assisted in the turnaround of numerous high school football programs through his…

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