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Army’s Offense through 10-9-19

The Army Football Offense averages 69 plays/game.  Zone Option and Zone Dive are the top two plays.  Both are 19% of the Army Football Offense, and a combined 38% of the Army Offense.  Triple Option is the #3 most utilized concept at 11%.  Zone Belly, Rocket, and Triple Pass are respectively the #4, #5, and … Continue reading

Army Flexbone Breakdown versus Air Force (2019)

Army Flexbone Breakdown versus Air Force (2019)

Army Flexbone Breakdown: Army- 13 v. Air Force- 17 Army Total Plays Run- 54 48% of Army’s Offense was the following: Zone Option- 13 Zone Belly- 7 Triple Pass- 6 Other Plays Run: Triple Option- 1 Zone Dive- 1 Counter Keep- 1 Quarterback Draw- 4 B Toss- 1 Follow- 1 Sneak- 1 B Toss Boot … Continue reading

Army Flexbone Breakdown versus San Jose State (2019)

Army Flexbone Breakdown versus San Jose State (2019)

Army Flexbone Offense Army- 29 v. San Jose- 34 Army Total Plays Run- 85 56% of Army’s Offense was the following: Triple Option- 7 Zone Dive- 14 Zone Option (w/ variations)- 17 Triple Pass- 5 Midline Lead- 5 Other Plays Run: Midline Triple Option- 2 Rocket Toss- 1 Dropback Pass- 16 Trap- 2 Zone Option … Continue reading

Dr. Cella Flexbone Philosophy

Dr. Cella Flexbone Philosophy

If you want to hear Dr. Cella’s Flexbone Philosophy, watch the two-minute video listed below. The Academy The Academy empowers you to execute the Triple Option Offense the right way the first time.   Dr. Lou Cella installs Army and Navy’s modern-day Flexbone Triple Option Offense with you and your staff. Read more: Testimonials from Dr. Cella’s … Continue reading

Executing Zone Kick with Flat Motion

Executing Zone Kick with Flat Motion

Utilize flat motion to run the Zone Kick.  You’ll do this when you don’t get four yards on the give phase of Triple Option.  Now, you put the ball in the Quarterback’s hands with the Zone Kick. The Underdog Offense Coach, I’m not sure how you feel at this point in the season — but … Continue reading

The Army Zone Belly

The Army Zone Belly

The Army Zone Belly has been utilized far less this year than in 2018; however, this is a solid pull constraint versus a B-gap void.  Learn how to run the Army Zone Belly right here. The Underdog Offense Coach, I’m not sure how you feel at this point in the season — but if your … Continue reading

Army-Navy Offense (through 10-5-19)

Army-Navy Offense (through 10-5-19)

Army-Navy Offense: Army and Navy have run 599 plays through 10-5-19.  Here’s there most utilized concepts in order: Zone Dive- Run 121 times by Army and Navy. Zone Option (w/variations)- Run 97 times by Army and Navy. Triple Option- Run Run 92 times by Army and Navy. These three concepts are 52% of Army and … Continue reading

The Army Flexbone Offense in 2019

The Army Flexbone Offense in 2019

The Army Flexbone Offense in 2019 (through the first four weeks) is best described as run-oriented.  Army has run the football 91% of the time and has gone 3-1.  Their only loss was a Double-OT loss at Michigan.  View how Army’s Flexbone Offense compares to other FBS schools’ run percentage — right here. The Academy … Continue reading

2017 Army West Point Triple Option Breakdown vs. Ohio State

2017 Army West Point Triple Option Breakdown vs. Ohio State

Army West Point- 7 vs. Ohio State- 38 F Army West Point Total Offensive Plays- 66 52% of Army West Point’s Offense were the following five concepts: Zone Dive- 10; Midline Lead- 8; Zone Option- 8; Triple Option- 4; Trap- 4 The 0ther 48% of the offense was the following: B-Toss- 3; Rocket- 3; Midline White- 3; Zone Belly- 2; … Continue reading

Modernize Your Triple Option Offense with These Three Concepts

Modernize Your Triple Option Offense with These Three Concepts

In 2016, Army’s Under-Center Triple Option Offense averaged 340 rushing yards/game (#2 in FBS).  They finished with their best record since 1996. Their Offensive Line averaged 270 pounds. In 2016, Navy’s Under-Center Triple Option Offense averaged 311 rushing yards/game (#4 in FBS).  They achieved their highest national ranking since 1963. Their Offensive Line averaged 290 pounds. … Continue reading

Army and Navy’s Midline Variations

Army and Navy’s Midline Variations

The following are the four variations of Midline run by Army and Navy: 1. Midline Triple 2. Midline Lead 3. Midline White (Playside A lateral steps and leads through the B-gap) 4. Midline Twirl (Playside A motions and leads through the B-gap) The Academy Install the Triple Option the right way the first time. Learn … Continue reading