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1 Triple B Power Series Coach Jack Gregory For: 3 rd Double Wing Symposium 2006 © Jack Gregory

2 The Basics  Based on Double Wing Principles  Uses a non-symmetrical backfield.  Does not use the classic quick motion.  Uses an off set BB.  Uses a deep “I” set TB for a more vertical attack.  Uses SAB blocking but GOD blocking can be used.

3 Play Calling  Use a word association system.  FORMATION – BALL CARRIER – BLOCKING – SIDE  Bear – BB Trap - Left  BLOCKING TAGS are added either in front of the blocking call or at the end.  QB Tags are added at the end.  Pass Tags are added at the end.

4 Basic Formations BEAR

5 Basic Formations BULL

6 Basic Formations BISON

7 Formation Adjustments  Over – tells the WSOT to move in between the SSTE and SST.  OVER BULL  Under – tells the SSOT to move in between the WSTE and WST.  Split – Puts two Split Ends 8 to 10 yards wide in place of the Tight Ends.  Wide – Tells the WB to split out 8 to 10 yards.

8 The Magic Five  Super Seal  BB Trap  Lead WB Kick  Side  XX BB Wedge

9 Super Seal  The base play in the power series.  Must be able to run this play anywhere on the field at any time.  Must be able to adapt this play to what the defense shows you.  This is the base for our play action pass.

10 Super Seal

11 Super Seal Blocking Adjustments  Long  Short  Double  Bounce  Sweep

12 Super Long Seal  Used against a tough 6 or 9 tech DE that is inside of the WB.  DE is slow playing or giving the BB a problem on the kick out.  Need to extend the play by one gap.  WB makes a “COMBO” call automatically.

13 Super Long Seal

14 Super Short Seal  Used against a tough PSLB that needs to be doubled.  PSLB that is crashing on the outside hip of the PSTE.  Need to compress the play by one gap.  PSTE cannot have a inside threat to gap or man on.

15 Super Short Seal

16 Super Seal – Double  Used against a tough DE (EMLOS) that the BB can kick out but is not moving.  Superior talent or ability.  Is a double kick out.  Lose fast block on the FORCE (CB).  BSG can take the FORCE (CB)  Good to use against teams that sit the CB on the LOS outside of the DE.

17 Super Seal - Double

18 Super Seal - Bounce  Log block by BB.  Used against a DE (EMLOS) that is pinching or sliding down the LOS or slow playing and squatting on the LOS (reading).  BB aligns behind the BST and one yard deep to get additional depth and put him closer to the outside shoulder.  QB and BSG/BST pull under the LOG.

19 Super Seal - Bounce

20 Super Seal - Sweep  Used against a defense that have compressed in on the offense giving us the edge.  Has the WB reach block on the EMLOS.  Has the BB log next man outside.  All pullers go under the reach and log.

21 Super Seal - Sweep

22 Super Seal Ball Carrier Adjustments  Keep – QB keep off of Super Seal action.  Fumble – QB keep off of TB faking a fumble in the back field.

23 Super Seal - Keep

24 Super Seal - Fumble

25 BB Trap  Backside trap play to BB. Called counter trap by some.  Used when the play side and inside linebackers are flowing to the super seal.  Used when an interior defensive lineman is charging hard up field to penetrate.  Uses two pulling linemen for additional power.

26 BB Trap

27 BB Trap Blocking Adjustments  Short Trap  Kick

28 BB Short Trap  Used against a tough PSLB.  Moves one gap inside.

29 BB Short Trap

30 BB Kick  Used when PSLB is flowing hard to backside to play the Super Seal.  Used against a tough 4 or 5 tech that is reading.  Used to trap the EMLOS.

31 BB Kick

32 BB Trap Ball Carrier Adjustments  Keep – QB keeps ball off of BB Trap action.  Fumble – QB keeps ball off of BB Trap and TB fumble action.

33 BB Trap - Keep

34 BB Trap - Fumble

35 Lead WB Kick  Used when the PSLB is flowing to the back side to play the super seal.  Kick out EMLOS (DE).  BSG kicks out, BST seals inside.  BB jab steps to backside and then gets hip to hip with BST and leads into hole blocking outside in (FORCE).  WB hits the first daylight he sees.

36 Lead WB Kick

37 Lead WB Trap  Backside trap play to WB.  Moves play one gap inside.  Used when the PSLB is not flowing hard enough to the super seal.  Used when an interior defensive lineman is charging hard up field to penetrate.  Uses two pulling linemen and a lead blocker for additional power.  Can use the PSTE and BST to double seal a tough LB.

38 Lead WB Trap

39 Lead WB Short Trap  Used against a tough PSLB with a double team or a triple team (BST).  Moves one gap inside.

40 Lead WB Short Trap

41 Lead WB Kick Ball Carrier Adjustments  Keep – QB keeps ball off of counter action  Fumble – QB keeps ball off of counter action and TB fumble action.  Reverse – QB makes outside handoff and BSG lets a pinching DE go and kicks out the FORCE (corner).

42 Lead WB Kick - Keep

43 Lead WB Kick - Fumble

44 Lead WB Kick - Reverse

45 Side  TB Cutback play.  Works well against teams that are keying the TB and/or overloading to strong side.  BB leads into hole.  PSTE hinges and seals off inside.  PST hinges but if a threat is present on his inside he SAB blocks.  No pulling linemen to key off of.

46 Side

47 Side Ball Carrier Adjustments  Keep – QB keeps ball off of side action.

48 Side - Keep

49 XX BB Wedge  Great play to use against reading defenses.  Defenses that are stacking up on both perimeters leaving the middle of the defense soft.  XX = WB Counter backfield action.

50 XX BB Wedge

51 XX BB Wedge Ball Carrier Adjustment  Keep – QB keeps ball off of wedge action.  Reverse – QB makes outside handoff of to WB to the other side.

52 XX BB Wedge - Keep

53 XX BB Wedge - Reverse

54 Passing Game  Use a modified slide protection. If mimicking a run scheme pullers still pull but seal off the LOS/kick out.  Play side line rule: slide to QB bootleg, half kick any threat outside/over, half slide with no threat outside/over.  QB boots for depth until he crosses the WB’s starting point.

55 Three Basic Slide Pro Schemes  Seal Slide  Trap Slide  Slide (for passing series)

56 Play Action Pass  Forces the defense to play run first.  Added misdirection forces defenders to read assignments and then play pass.  Gives the passer more time to find the receiver as the defense must slow to play run. No ALL OUT BLITZ ON PASSER.

57 Power Series Passing  WB PASS is the primary pass.  Corner route – adjust depth for age. 6 yards for younger, 10 yards for intermediate, 15 yards for high school.  Single route with max protection and run action.  Additional tags add a receiver.  BB FLAT PASS  THROWBACK PASS  TE DELAY PASS  TE DRAG PASS  TB FLAT PASS

58 Important Factors for Successful Passing  QB bootleg  QB must gain depth until he crosses the WB’s starting point. (5 to 7 yards of depth).  Once he crosses the WB’s start point he must attack the LOS so that the hips point up field.  As soon as the TB crosses his face he has a GREENLIGHT to throw the ball. Ball is up and he is looking up field.  If he feels pressure he tucks the ball and runs.  If he has a LOW read and feels pressure that route is HOT

59 Super Seal – WB Pass

60 Super Seal – BB Flat Pass

61 Questions

62 Contact   If you would like a copy of this Power Point me with: Atten: Triple B Power Series PPS


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