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Niumatalolo stumps for more support of Navy football

Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo owns up to his responsibility for last season’s disappointing 3-10 record. The Midshipmen simply did not perform to typical expectations in 2018 and ultimately the blame falls on the coaching staff. “It all starts with me. I’ve got to coach better and I’ve got to find a way to get our team to […]

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WHY THE TRIPLE OPTION IS STILL ALIVE AND WELL IN HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

If you missed it last week, I had a chance to answer some questions for Morgan Moriarty at SB Nation on the Flexbone Offense.    Triple-option plays are part of basically every college and pro offense these days, assuming you count RPOs, even as old-school ‘bone formations remain rarities. But what about at the high […]

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Good Stuff From the Weekend Volume 5

Must be a sobering feeling as a DC when your safety does this on the first play from scrimmage. Uhhh, hey man you have the pitch. #FearTheVeer pic.twitter.com/TssfvLs8Hl — Scott Jazdzewski (@FlexboneCoachJ) September 30, 2018 Here is the third play from scrimmage. I guess he wasn't expecting the push-crack? pic.twitter.com/ADcUEjbkuB — Scott Jazdzewski (@FlexboneCoachJ) September […]

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Good Stuff From the Weekend Volume 4

It’s a bit late this week because here in Georgia we had the week off of school (and a bye week in football); so I caught up with some things that needed tending to around the house. But lets use this as a primer to get us ready for the weekend ahead! You gotta love […]

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Army combines old-school offense, 21st century analytics

I really like what this article says about 4th down decision making and what this offense forces the opposition to do while they are on offense. WEST POINT, N.Y. – Every possession is precious for Army. Every play the Black Knights run is a well-choreographed, hidden-ball trick, designed to flummox and punish opponents who are […]

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UB football faces Army’s unique offense

University at Buffalo football coach Lance Leipold likens defending Army’s triple-option offense to playing in a chess match. One side can almost always make a counter move. UB defensive coordinator Brian Borland called it “a fistfight in a phone booth.” What is Bulls linebacker Khalil Hodge’s analogy? “It’s like getting punched in the face.” “The […]

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Good Stuff From the Weekend Volume 3

Here are some clips from the third weekend of the 2018 season. Really nice run here by Hopkins. #2 never turns to take him so he keeps the ball. It was ruled a TD on the field but it got overturned. pic.twitter.com/DPMqBQNeS2 — Scott Jazdzewski (@FlexboneCoachJ) September 16, 2018 Im continually impressed by the line […]

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