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1- Triple Option is 12/13
2- Midline Lead is 10/11 Lead
3- Zone Dive is 22/23
4- Rocket Toss is 58/59
5- Triple Pass is 312/313
6- Trap is 32/33
7- Down (Belly-G) is 44/45
8- Down Option (Belly-G Option) is 48/49
9- Counter Option is 18/19
10- Rocket Pass is 358/359
I’ve posted Coach Johnson’s numbering system on this site many years ago and have reposted it ever since. Now, I want to see how well you know the numbers he utilizes for the major important concepts. I’ll post the answers at noon today. Here we go.
Example- Zone Option is 26/27
1- Triple Option
2- Midline Lead
3- Zone Dive
4- Rocket Toss
5- Triple Pass
7- Down (Belly-G)
8- Down Option (Belly-G Option)
9- Counter Option
10- Rocket Pass
Answers will be posted later.
See how to run zone option with the B-back right here:
For 55 years, the Triple Option Offense has proven that you can win big without blocking Defensive Linemen.
Army finished #19 in the country last year… with no athletic scholarship football players. They run the Flexbone Triple Option.
Navy has been to bowl games 14 out of 16 years… with no athletic scholarship football players. They’ve run the Flexbone Triple Option in all 16 years.
Kennesaw State finished #4 in the FBS (1-AA) last year… and they’ve only had football for four years. They’ve been Flexbone Triple Option since day 1.
Lenoir-Rhyne went from 3-7 (2017) to 12-2 (2018) in Division-2 after installing the Flexbone Triple Option… biggest Division-2 turnaround in the country last year.
When you run the Flexbone Triple Option Offense, you make Defensive Linemen INVISIBLE.
If you want to learn how to do this the right way the first time, connect with Dr. Cella at 570.332.0265.
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1. It doesn’t matter how many people don’t get it. What matters is how many people do.
As long as you’re accomplishing your objectives with the Triple Option, the haters will possess a cascading effect–and then they don’t matter.
2. 10% of people will find a way to take anything personally. Expect it.
NEVER respond to the criticism or respond to things that do not warrant a response.
3. Trying to get everyone to like you is a sign of mediocrity.
If you respond to EVERYONE about the Triple Option, you’ll get more behavior you don’t want and less behavior you do want.
4. If you are really effective at what you do, 95% of the things said about you will be negative.
The best coaches are almost always the people who get the most criticism.
5. If you want to improve, be content to be thought foolish and stupid.
Train yourself to be effective at dealing with, responding to, even enjoying criticism… In fact, take the quote a step further and encourage people to actively pursue being thought foolish and stupid.
6. Live well.
If a vessel contains acid and you pour some on an object, it’s still the vessel that sustains the most damage.
7. Carry onward.
If you believe you can change lives with the Triple Option, do what you believe is right, expect resistance, and expect attackers.
This article describes the differences between the Wishbone and the Veer.
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 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.
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.