Small Line = Big Results

The average Offensive Lineman among the four 2016 FBS College Football Playoff teams (Alabama, Ohio State, Washington, and Clemson) combine to weigh 310 pounds. 

In 2016, the average Offensive Lineman at Army, Navy, and the Citadel combined to weigh 275 pounds.  


  • 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.

  • In 2016, the Citadel’s Under-Center Triple Option Offense averaged 348 rushing yards/game (#1 in FCS). 
  • They started 10-0 for the first time in their 109-year football history.
  • Their Offensive Line averaged 265 pounds.

Dr. Cella educates you how to execute Army, Navy, and the Citadel’s Under-Center Triple Option Offense the right way the first time.

He teaches you, your coaches, and your players all the current alignments, assignments, techniques, practice methodology, and playcalling system to win big in 2017.

For pricing information and to enroll, contact the Triple Option Football Academy at 570.332.0265.

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