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KEN NIUMATALOLO CLINIC PRESENTATION -

Allentown Nike Clinic on Saturday (2/23/08)

Navy Clinic- April 4-6

Keys to Successful "O"


1. Philosophy
2. Have a package
3. Can you fix it?

1. Philosophy
We are running the ball.
We THROW for big plays.
We have a packaged system.
We practice the same plays every week and get great at it--KISS!

2. Package
We are a triple option offense FIRST!
Everything we do comes off the triple.
Multiple option schemes- counter, midline, trap, belly.
Multiple formations- with ability to run same plays.
Playaction passes mirror our runs.
Sprint out/half roll passing packages.

3. Can You Fix It?


Game-time adjustments-early-after series-NOT SUNDAY!
Staff on same page-eyes-speak same vocabulary.
Prepare for possible problems-have answers.
Game day playcalling-no script/how is Defense playing? Pick a couple of specific things on
which to focus.

Why The Triple?


1. Equalizer- forces defense to play assignments.
2. Limits the Defense- prep time short, balances Defense with formation, Defense must play
dive, quarterback, and pitch
3. Time of Possession- keeps their offense off the field.
4. Balanced formations- no strength-balances D
5. Numbers advantage- blocking angles.
6. Passing game vs. vanilla coverages- 4 across, 3 deep, man free.
7. Blitz pick up-WE WANT THEM TO BLITZ!
8. Different brand of football to the defense.

Keys to Implementation
1. Committed
2. Patience

Triple Option Rules


PSWR- block near deep defender (come off the ball!)
PSA- block run support (#3)
PT- veer (Playside LB)
PG- Base (if uncovered base LB)
C- Scoop/Base
BG- Scoop
BT- Scoop
BSA- Tail motion (tail of RB)
BSWR- Cutoff
QB- Veer steps
RB- Mesh Track

Scoop rules- crotch-to-crotch

Cadence- "Ready, Set, Hike."

Tail motion aiming point- tailbone of RB.

Pitch the ball parallel.

QB's second step must pound the ground.

Aiming point of RB-inside leg of guard.

Take care of run support player--do not worry about the corner!

Do not get beat on an underneath stunt!

Center's release vs. noseguard- 45 degree angle and stay vertical!

Scoop- 45 degrees, 60 degrees, then 90 degrees--head to inside thigh. It's like a banana or
"J."

The running back always keys the first playside DL.

The read--QB gives ball UNLESS the read can make the play (no shoulder reads, jersey
reads)... instinct!

The pitch is thumbs down!

Practice vs. stack looks--easy stunt! Who is coming in and who is coming out!

Midline rules--read from 2i out.


PSWR- Push/Stalk for inside run.
PSA- 2 LB's-PSLB-FS/1 LB-OLB
PT-1st DL outside read
PG- Veer Playside A gap- LB, BSLB, FS
C- Base/2i backside
BG- 2i backside/spot release
BT- Anchor (5 tech)
BSA- Tail motion (if trips block run support)
BSWR- Cutoff
QB- Midline steps (Drop and slide--end with staggered feet)
RB- Midline track (tailbone of center)

How to veer block- 45 degrees, dip, and rip

Zone Give
PG- Base-Zone
PT- Zone-toes should end up north and south
Backside scoops

Rocket Toss
PT and PG- Pull and run to sideline
Backside scoops
Playside A back has alley player- OLB or near high safety

IT WAS A GREAT TALK AND COACH N WAS AWESOME TO ME!!!!

COACHES I HOPE THIS HELPED... THIS CAME RIGHT FROM COACH N'S POWERPOINT!!!

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Lou Cella
Head Varsity Football Coach
Greater Nanticoke Area High School
Nanticoke, PA