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The Amazing Benefit of Outside Releasing the Playside Tackle on Rocket

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Exactly What the Playside Guard and Tackle Do Versus a 50 Defense

Read Exactly What the Playside Guard and Tackle Do Versus a 50 Defense right here.

The Role of the Triple Option Center

Read The Role of the Triple Option Center right here.

Defined Differences Between the Wishbone and the Veer

This article describes the differences between the Wishbone and the Veer.

Read all about the differences right here.

Install the Triple Option Offense in a 12-step progression right here.

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ONE Flexbone Triple Option Offensive Line Drill that Must Get Done

Offensive Line blocking in the Triple Option Offense is a popular topic.

Whether is double teams, scoop blocking, veer releases / finishes, or pass protection, coaches know that accuracy in these areas is crucial to make the Triple Option go.

Dr. Cella discusses the one Offensive Line Drill that must get done for Triple Option success.

The podcast can be heard right here.

Learn how to install the Army-Navy / Georgia Tech Triple Option Offense right here.

Want Dr. Cella to install the Triple Option Offense at your high school this summer?  Go here.

 

Working Scoop Blocking and the Veer Release at the Same Time

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The below-listed diagram shows you how:

Offensive Line Simultaneous Scoop-Veer DrillOffensive Line Simultaneous Scoop-Veer Drill


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The Difference Between the Wishbone and the Veer

The wishbone formation, also known simply as the ’bone, is an offensive formation in American football. The style of attack to which it gives rise is known as the wishbone offense. Like the spread offense in the 2000s, the wishbone was considered to be the most productive and innovative offensive scheme in college football during the 1970s and 1980s.[1]

The Veer is an option running play often associated with option offenses in American football, made famous at the collegiate level by Bill Yeoman‘s Houston Cougars. It is currently run primarily on the high school level, with some usage at the collegiate and the professional level where the Veer’s blocking scheme has been modified as part of the zone blocking system. The Veer is an effective ball control offense that can help minimize mismatches in a game for a team.

What’s the Veer?

The veer is an option running play often associated with option offenses in American football, made famous at the collegiate level by Bill Yeoman‘s Houston Cougars.

The Veer option is generally regarded as a “triple option.”  This is designed as a three-back attack with one player taking a dive course, one taking a pitch course and another being a lead blocker on the perimeter of the offensive formation. The QB makes reads on defensive players and then distributes the ball according to the defensive reaction to the offense

This is currently run primarily on the high school level, with some usage at the collegiate and the professional level where the Veer’s blocking scheme has been modified as part of the zone blocking system.

The Veer is an effective ball control offense that can help minimize mismatches in a game for a team.

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 the third level defender.

Both Offensive Linemen 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 the third level defender.

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 the third level defender.


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 a 20-year coaching veteran of the college and high school level.  

Triple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou Cella


Dr. Cella assisted in the turnaround of numerous high school football programs through his triple option-based camp system. Just months after Dr. Cella served as camp director, Cashmere (WA) and Timmonsville (SC) went to the state semifinals, Bayfield (CO) went to the state championship game, and Falls City (TX) won their first regional and first state championship in school history.


Also, Corning (NY), Hereford (MD), Johnson (NJ), Lakewood (SC), Petaluma (CA), Piedra Vista (NM), Poland (ME), Riverwood (GA), San Benito (CA), Seminole County (GA), and Temple City (CA) posted drastic turnarounds just months after Dr. Cella served as their camp director.


Additionally, Dr. Cella has coached three current NFL players who have been drafted within the last two years.  In 2015, Kevin White (Wide Receiver) was drafted #7 overall by the Chicago Bears and Mark Glowinski (Offensive Guard) was drafted in the fourth round by the Seattle Seahawks.  In 2014, Lorenzo Taliaferro (Running Back) was drafted in the fourth round by the Baltimore Ravens.  All three players were coached by Dr. Cella at the Junior College Level.


At the heart of the American Football High Performance Academy (AFHPA) and the Triple Option Football Academy is the mission to lead the high-performance football environment through sports science and mental conditioning coaching practices.


Contact: (570) 332-0265

Utilizing the Freeze Concept to Run the Triple Option Offense

Freeze is utilized when a defense is stemming, stunting, and blitzing in an effort to reveal themselves before the snap.

Once the defense reveals themselves, the Quarterback can put the offense in the best possible play. 

Freeze in Action

Freeze in Action

To learn all the advanced techniques of the Triple Option Offense, call 570.332.0265.


 

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 a 20-year coaching veteran of theTriple Option Football Academy Owner, Lou Cellacollege and high school level.  


Dr. Cella assisted in the turnaround of numerous high school football programs through his triple option-based camp system. Just months after Dr. Cella served as camp director,Cashmere (WA) and Timmonsville (SC) went to the state semifinals, Bayfield (CO) went to the state championship game, and Falls City (TX) won their first regional and first state championship in school history.


In addition, Hereford (MD), Johnson (NJ), Lakewood (SC), Petaluma (CA), Piedra Vista (NM), Poland (ME), Riverwood (GA), San Benito (CA), Seminole County (GA), and Temple City (CA)posted drastic turnarounds just months after Dr. Cella served as their camp director.


At the heart of the American Football Sports Science-Mental Conditioning Academy (AFSSMCA)and the Triple Option Football Academy is the mission to lead the high-performance football environment through sports science and mental conditioning coaching practices.


Contact: (570) 332-0265