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Utilizing Trips to Blow the Top off Three-Deep Coverage

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Video of Navy Running the Triple Option Offense Versus the Triple Stack (3-3-5)

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Loading the Odd Stack

When running Triple Option, the Playside A is responsible for #3 (run support). 

Triple Option Count System for Odd Stack

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is Triple Option versus Triple Stack with the Playside A blocking #3.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

If the Playside A cannot block the overhang, the Playside A will make a “LION” call to tell the Playside Tackle that the Playside Tackle is veering inside and has Playside Linebacker to Free Safety. Now, the Playside A blocks the Playside Linebacker to the Free Safety.  The Quarterback is responsible for canceling the overhang because #3 now becomes #2 in the count. 

Triple Load versus Triple Stack. Now, the overhang is #2 in the count and belongs to the Quarterback. The 40 technique and the Free Safety belong to the Playside A-Back and the Free Safety.

Triple Load versus Triple Stack. Now, the overhang is #2 in the count and belongs to the Quarterback. The 40 technique and the Free Safety belong to the Playside A-Back and the Playside Tackle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have your Playside A load when he can’t block #3 in a Triple Stack defense.

Running Triple Option versus the Triple Stack Defense Podcast

In this podcast, Dr. Cella discusses running Triple Option versus the Triple Stack Defense.

This podcast discusses reading the Stack and how to block the Run Support #3.

All 11 assignments are discussed in depth.

Dr. Cella wants you prepared for this very common situation so you can DOMINATE the Triple Stack (3-3-5/3-5-3/5-3) in 2017.

The podcast and corresponding write-up can be found right here.

Both Navy and Georgia Tech Ran This Last Weekend (9/3/16) Versus an Odd-Front Defense

Navy and Georgia Tech saw odd-front defenses at various times throughout their games with Fordham and Boston College.  When #1 cancelled the B-Back on Triple, both Navy and Georgia Tech decided to block #1 and run outside with the B-Back on Outside Veer Give.  As both defenses forced Navy and Tech to go outside, Navy and Tech brought the ball back inside.  Here’s exactly how Navy and Tech do this:

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The Playside Receiver cracks the Safety as he does not have to worry about the flank because there is no pitch phase.  With the Playside A and Tackle, they Trey (double team) #1, and if #1 slants inside (this is why you’re running this–remember he’s trying to cancel the dive), the Playside A breaks off the Trey and blocks the Mike running over the top.  If #1 goes in, you can bet the Mike is scraping over the top to the C or D gap.  The rest of the Offensive Line, the Backside A, and the Backside Receiver have the same responsibilities as Triple Option.

The Quarterback has the same footwork as Triple Option.  He takes the snap, jumps in the A-gap, points the ball, and gives to the B.  After he gives to the B, he runs one yard outside of the Tackle.  The B-Back has the same landmark as Triple except after he has the ball, he works vertical outside of the Trey block and to the end zone.  Navy and Georgia Tech do not run Outside Veer like the “old school” split back veer coaches.  They keep the mesh point the same as Triple Option.

A common question is why #2 (the 9-technique) isn’t blocked on Outside Veer Give.  This is because Navy and Tech run Outside Veer Give when #1 is cancelling the B on Triple.  If #1 is cancelling the B on Triple, #2 is either taking the Quarterback or the Pitch.  So, there is no need to block #2 on Outside Veer Give.

This is Navy and Tech’s go-to constraint versus an Odd Front Defense when #1 forces a pull read on Triple.  Navy and Tech double #1, hand the ball off to the B, and the B runs off the Trey.


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Run Triple Load When You Cannot Block the Overhang vs. Triple Stack

When running Triple Option, the Playside A is responsible for #3 (run support). 

Triple Option Count System for Odd Stack

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is Triple Option versus Triple Stack with the Playside A blocking #3.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If the Playside A cannot block the overhang, run Triple Load.  In the Georgia Tech/Navy vernacular, this is 12/13 Load (12 is to the right).  Now, the Playside A blocks the Playside Linebacker to the Free Safety.  The Quarterback is responsible for canceling the overhang because #3 now becomes #2 in the count. The Playside A will make a “LION” call to tell the Playside Tackle that the Playside Tackle is veering inside and has Playside Linebacker to Free Safety.

Triple Load versus Triple Stack.  Now, the overhang is #2 in the count and belongs to the Quarterback.  The 40 technique and the Free Safety belong to the Playside A-Back and the Free Safety.

Triple Load versus Triple Stack. Now, the overhang is #2 in the count and belongs to the Quarterback. The 40 technique and the Free Safety belong to the Playside A-Back and the Free Safety.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call Triple Load (12/13 Load) when your Playside A can’t block #3 in a Triple Stack defense.

 

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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