Tagged with small offensive line

Win Big With a Small Offensive Line

Win Big With a Small Offensive Line

In 2015, Navy’s Starting Offensive Line averaged 275 pounds/player. 2015 National Champion, The University of Alabama’s Offensive Line averaged 315 pounds/player.   Navy’s 2015 Rushing Offense averaged 326 yards/game. Alabama’s 2015 Rushing Offense averaged 199 yards/game. Navy finished at 11-2 and had their best final record since 1963.  They did all this with a 275 pound Offensive Line and … Continue reading

The Life of a Guard in the Triple Option Offense

The Life of a Guard in the Triple Option Offense

Originally posted on Triple Option Football Academy:
The Guard must serve as a “road-grader type” in the Triple Option Offense. There are specific blocks that he must master. The following are those blocks and in order of importance: 1- Scoop (especially versus the 0-technique on Triple) THE THREE LEVELS OF TRIPLE OPTION OFFENSIVE LINE SCOOP…

Navy’s Small Offensive Line Creates Triple Option Success

Navy’s Small Offensive Line Creates Triple Option Success

In 2015, Navy’s Starting Offensive Line averaged 275 pounds/player. 2015 National Champion, The University of Alabama’s Offensive Line averaged 315 pounds/player.   Navy’s 2015 Rushing Offense averaged 326 yards/game. Alabama’s 2015 Rushing Offense averaged 199 yards/game. Navy finished at 11-2 and had their best final record since 1963.  They did all this with a 275 pound Offensive Line and … Continue reading

The Best Offense for a Small Line is the Triple Option

The Best Offense for a Small Line is the Triple Option

Versus the Triple Stack Defense, four of the five Defensive Linemen are untouched AND are unable to make the tackle on the Triple Option. Versus a 50 Defense, the same principle applies. Anybody can move the football with the Triple Option… if you teach it the right way the first time.  We can get it … Continue reading

Scoop Blocking 101

Scoop Blocking 101

There are three situations to practice when your Offensive Linemen are on the backside of the Triple Option. Two State Semifinalists, A State Finalist, and a State Champion in Texas have Come out of Dr. Cella’s Triple Option Football System In Four Years Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Dr. Lou Cella, is a Sports Performance Specialist, and … Continue reading

Playside Tackle and His Inside Veer Release

Playside Tackle and His Inside Veer Release

The Playside Tackle will zone step with their inside foot, grab grass with their outside hand, pound their arches, and punch their inside hand through the Inside Linebacker’s outside breastplate through the echo of the whistle. If no Inside Linebacker present, the Offensive Lineman vertically moves to the third level and executes the same action with … Continue reading