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How to Attack the 4-3 Under Defense Part Two

The previous installment in this series covered how to run triple option to the 1-5-9 side. The most feasible way to do so, is to get into Heavy to assure yourself that you can block the PSLB. If you cannot block him, the defense can outnumber you on the perimeter and shut down Triple Option. […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Mesh

Plain and simple the traditional ride and decide mesh from option days past is detrimental to your teams offensive performance. Similar to the decision to run the Flexbone offense from the Pistol, the decision to ride and decide rather than use the point mesh is a decision that falls wholly on the coach. For many […]

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Navy Football Motivational: The Hawai’i Game

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The Brotherhood: Navy Football Episode Seven

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Navy Coach Ken Niumatalolo won’t let fond Hawaii memories cloud his judgment

When Navy Coach Ken Niumatalalolo stands on the sideline at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon, he’ll be directly across the field from many close friends with whom he shared years of memories as part of the Hawaii football program. Born in Laie’, Hawaii, Niumatalolo played three years for the Rainbow Warriors at quarterback […]

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Navy Breakdown Against Notre Dame: Third Quarter

Navy fought Notre Dame tooth and nail for four quarters on Saturday. They came up on the short end of a 38-34 contest as their final drive stalled in Notre Dame territory. Navy’s offense proved to be efficient in the first half. Their two first quarter drives (analysis here) produced a touchdown and a punt. […]

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Navy Breakdown Against Notre Dame: Second Quarter

I wrote yesterday about the tremendous gameplan and execution the Navy offense in their narrow defeat by Notre Dame on Saturday. Navy only had two drives in the first half. One resulted in a touchdown, the other ended in a punt, as the offense got themselves behind the sticks with a sack on a 1st […]

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