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Navy Breakdown Against Notre Dame: First Quarter

I wrote very briefly on Saturday following Navy’s tough loss to Notre Dame, that the effort and execution of the entire Navy team was truly remarkable. Although the record doesn’t yet show the result of the work these guys put in, they are still in position to retain the CIC trophy and they will give […]

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The Brotherhood: Navy Football Episode Six

Photo: Paul Gillespie – Capital Gazette

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Navy Football Motivational – The Notre Dame Game

Photo: Joe Raymond AP

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Navy Runs for 331 Yards Against Notre Dame

In an effort that came up just short from another upset over Notre Dame. It was clear if you watched the game that Navy was a play or two short from winning the game. The Flexbone Offense, the fine Navy coaches and players nearly pulled this one out. – Scott Jazdzewski Navy’s triple-option offense had […]

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Flexbone Association Top Five Articles From October 2013

As rated by number of hits (Click for Links) Use Double Flex to Run Triple Option More Effectively – October 16th Why Over Green is a Great Formation – October 3rd How to Handle Dominant Interior Defenders – October 8th How to Attack the 4-3 Under Defense Part One – October 7th Why Over Brown […]

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The Media Perpetrates the “Chop Block” Myth Yet Again

(My commentary in quotes) For the second straight week, Notre Dame’s defense will take to the practice field Tuesday with its focus on shedding chop blocks and reaffirming triple option assignments. Chop Blocks are Illegal. Navy/Georgia Tech and other Flexbone Triple Option teams don’t chop block deliberately. Backside scoop blocks are called cut blocks, which […]

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The Slip Call on Triple Option

The SLIP call is an important but little known aspect of the Flexbone Triple Option Offense. Similar to my explanation of the action key read by the B-Back, it may seem like a small adjustment or coaching point, but this small added tag, could prove beneficial for your offense. It could very well prove to […]

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