Whether the play is run from under center or out of the shotgun, the Speed Option is a great play to have in your playbook.
On the Dart RPO, if Mike fills, the quarterback pulls and throws Pop or Smoke based off the Sam’s movement. If Mike scrapes, the QB gives to the A back.
The “Mills” concept comes from a passing-game scheme originally made famous by Steve Spurrier when he coached at the University of Florida.
We teach skills in a progressive manner, from the first action of the play to the last, and through spring into summer phases we will combine the skills.
For the punter to perform at optimal level, he must identify each punt’s objective and adapt his punting to the game situation.
Once the quarterback sees the defense commit to stopping the counter, the quarterback hits the defense with the counter pass.
With the Insert Zone, the T-back must be patient and wait for the H-back’s block to develop, sliding laterally then following the H-back through the hole.
In today’s era of spread-em-out offenses, there’s nothing like an old-school Triple Option QB Follow play to fool your opponent.
Within college football, the Levels Pass Play is used widely by Oklahoma State and Louisville. June Jones also used it regularly. And with good reason.
This play is run much like a Smoke Screen, except the Y fakes a smoke block on the corner, stutters and runs a Go Route, where the QB hits him.
Designed to reach the edge very quickly, the Rocket Toss is especially useful when the defense overloads the box or blitzes.
The Curl and Flat Routes work so well together that this play has become a staple of modern offenses. The first challenge defenders face is the Curl Route.