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Newcomer Navy bringing triple trouble to AAC

Despite the friendly smiles football coaches shared with each other between bites of lobster during the annual American Athletic Conference media day dinner, they understood their new peer, Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo, plans on bringing something to the table they’re not quite ready to stomach; the triple-option offense.

“It requires such precision, such technique and really toughness. It’s such a hard offense to play against, and they practice it every day and you have to get ready for it in three days,” said Temple coach Matt Rhule.


Young said his team spent a good chunk of preseason camp preparing specifically for Navy. Despite those efforts, the Owls lost an early home contest to the Midshipmen 31-24.

“Everybody has to do their assignment every single play or they’re gonna move the ball, plain and simple,” Young said.

……..“I know I’ve got experience on preparing for a triple-option team. We’re a triple-option football team, we just do it out of shotgun,” Morris said. “But for the most part, those guys, I mean … it’s a year-long process to prepare for Navy.”

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