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Cover: inside triple offense: rpos, play action passes
Inside Triple Offense: RPOs, Play Action Passes

with John Lilly,
Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
former Assistant Coach,
Spring League NFL Development Program

The triple option is an offense that has benefited greatly with adaption of RPOs. In this video, John Lilly shows you how the RPO has helped revolutionize an offense that is already predicated on how the defense reacts to motions and shifts. Adding RPOs and play action to your Inside Triple offense will place defenders in tough spots, providing your team multiple ways to make them pay.

Inside Zone with RPOs

Coach Lilly begins by diagramming the basic inside zone running play that serves as a base for his RPOs. He covers the three basic RPOs (Spot, Spam, Stick) that he uses the most, including the quarterback's reads and mechanics along with the receiver routes. Additionally, Lilly talks about the "key" screen package that he uses as a way to get receivers involved in the offense when a running play is called.

Not only does Coach Lilly explain these concepts - you'll see several examples of them in action thanks to provided game footage.

Play Action Passes

Next, Lilly shares some of his most successful play action passes. A unique feature of his offense is that these routes can be called with different protections to make the teaching and installation easier. The routes can be used as part of the drop back passing game or as part of the play action passing game with a run fake.

Altogether, you'll learn:

  • How to teach the "Y cross" pattern, including QB reads and receiver route running mechanics.
  • How Lilly coaches and utilizes the 4 verticals route.
  • The "Honda" route that is the perfect counter to teams that like to play robber coverage to gain a numbers advantage against the run.

Varied Running Scheme

Lilly concludes with a look at some of the schemes he runs that change who the offense reads. These plays are especially useful to take advantage of an overaggressive player on the defense, or to allow the offense to read a dominant player rather than having to try to block him. The "16/17" read is featured, which allows the offense to read the middle linebacker against teams that over-pursue on perimeter run plays.

Coach Lilly does an excellent job presenting the RPO and play action passing game that he uses in his offense. These schemes are sure to keep your opponents off-balance on defense!

47 minutes. 2018.

DVD
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Cover: inside triple offense: complementary run game and how to install the inside triple
Inside Triple Offense: Complementary Run Game and How to Install the Inside Triple

with John Lilly,
Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
former Assistant Coach,
Spring League NFL Development Program

John Lilly provides complementary plays to add to your Inside Triple offense in this comprehensive video. You'll get outside zone, quarterback read, and speed option plays to add to your Inside Triple base package.

The triple option offense relies on great meshes, which need strong timing. The repetition and mastery of this is vital. That's why Coach Lilly has found success focusing on a small set of essential skills, rather than confusing players with a ton of rarely-used, specialized concepts.

Complementary Run Game

Lilly begins by diagramming three main running plays that serve as complements to the base inside zone play that is the backbone of the offense. He explains the "why" behind each play and shows them against a variety of defensive fronts. Included are reads and quarterback mechanics, as well as footwork and aiming points for running backs.

Among the plays you'll learn are:

  • The "28/29" sweep play and how to run it from a variety of formations with and without motion.
  • The "16/17" read play, which is a complement to the sweep play.
  • The "18/19" option, which allows the offense to change who the quarterback reads while forcing the defense to be more predictable.

Run Tape Drills

Next, you'll get the "run tape" series of drills that Coach Lilly uses to teach the mechanics of the offense to skill players. These drills work on many of the reps needed to successfully execute an option-based attack. Included in this segment are key coaching points for mesh and pitch mechanics, footwork and aiming points for running backs, and the specific reads for the quarterbacks on each play.

You'll see:

  • The mesh read that is utilized in "14/15" read that serves as the basis for the offense.
  • How Coach Lilly teaches the pitch read on the "14/15" option and on the "18/19" speed option.
  • The specific reads, routes and mechanics for the three main RPOs that Lilly uses with his offense.
  • The reads and mechanics for the "28/29" sweep and the "16/17" read play.
  • How to organize drills depending on the number of players available.

This is a great companion to Coach Lilly's other videos on the Inside Triple offense. If you're looking to fine tune your triple option system, add complementary plays to your system, or adapt the system as a whole, this resource is perfect for you!

37 minutes. 2018.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: inside triple offense 3-pack
Inside Triple Offense 3-Pack
FD-05367A:

with John Lilly,
Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
former Assistant Coach,
Spring League NFL Development Program

John Lilly provides a detailed overview of the Inside Triple Option offense in this jam-packed video. The triple option has been around for decades and has continued to evolve as the game has changed. Coach Lilly focuses on the main family of plays, as well as formations and motions to help adjust and exploit defenses.

Lilly's presentation begins by giving an overview of the offense and the schemes and concepts that are utilized. He explains the philosophy of the offense and how it has evolved into what it is today. Additionally, you'll receive procedural information that is necessary to install and run the Inside Triple Option.

You will learn:

  • The components that are necessary to make up a complete offensive system.
  • The philosophy of offense and coaching that revolves around being simple and multiple at the same time.
  • The terminology, play calling procedures, and various tags and checks used in the offense.

The "14/15" Option

Coach Lilly gives an exhaustive overview of the triple option play that he calls "14/15". He details the blocking schemes against various defensive fronts, as well as quarterback reads, footwork, and mechanics. Lilly also explains the running back's rules, footwork, and aiming points to the play.

In this section, you'll see:

  • The "14/15" play, including how Coach Lilly teaches the quarterback to identify and read the dive key and pitch key.
  • Blocking schemes and coaching points for each player, including perimeter blockers.
  • Examples of each coaching point with on-field drill examples.

The Inside Triple Option "Tool Box"

Coach Lilly concludes with a comprehensive overview of what he calls "the tool box," which is a set of adjustments and considerations that are necessary to make the offense work against any defense. You'll also see how he attacks certain defenses, as he goes through several reads that the QB must master so that the offense can be executed no matter what the defense tries to do.

Included are:

  • Perimeter blocking schemes and how to adjust them based on front and coverage.
  • Four different mesh reads the quarterback must master.
  • Quarterback pre-snap scheme reads.

As Coach Lilly emphasizes, don't be afraid of an offense that focuses on a few main skills - it can be more dominant than the offense that has thousands of skills not perfected. With this video, your team will be well on its way to running a threatening Inside Triple Option.

80 minutes. 2018.



FD-05367B:

with John Lilly,
Independence High School (WV) Head Coach;
former Assistant Coach,
Spring League NFL Development Program

The triple option is an offense that has benefited greatly with adaption of RPOs. In this video, John Lilly shows you how the RPO has helped revolutionize an offense that is already predicated on how the defense reacts to motions and shifts. Adding RPOs and play action to your Inside Triple offense will place defenders in tough spots, providing your team multiple ways to make them pay.

Inside Zone with RPOs

Coach Lilly begins by diagramming the basic inside zone running play that serves as a base for his RPOs. He covers the three basic RPOs (Spot, Spam, Stick) that he uses the most, including the quarterback's reads and mechanics along with the receiver routes. Additionally, Lilly talks about the "key" screen package that he uses as a way to get receivers involved in the offense when a running play is called.

Not only does Coach Lilly explain these concepts - you'll see several examples of them in action thanks to provided game footage.

Play Action Passes

Next, Lilly shares some of his most successful play action passes. A unique feature of his offense is that these routes can b

DVD
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Cover: caleb padilla's 4-2-5 defense
Caleb Padilla's 4-2-5 Defense
FD-05334A:

with Caleb Padilla,
Luther College Head Coach;
former Defensive Coordinator at Luther College;
led the Iowa Conference in Pass Defense in back-to-back years (2016-17)

The Run Pass Option (RPO) has become widely used around the nation. In this video, Coach Padilla breaks down the 4-2-5 defense and the approach it takes when scheming against a spread offense that utilizes a strong RPO system. Padilla takes you through the keys and responsibilities for each player and the discipline that is needed in order to avoid getting exploited by the RPO.

Coach Padilla begins with the philosophical approach to his 4-2-5 defense, plus overall team goals and visions. He then takes you through various adjustments made versus formations that are commonly used when creating RPO situations. He shows his no-huddle procedure, which is vital because most RPO teams run a lot of no-huddle throughout a game.

Stopping the Run Game

Typical RPO teams will try to run an abundant amount of plays in order to break your players down mentally and physically. The defensive philosophy is centered on defending the middle of the defense, spilling the ball to the outside, and getting an extra defender at the point of attack. Padilla explains the different roles each player has and how those roles can adjust against multiple formations and personnel. He covers which players become the:

  • Spill player
  • Extra player
  • FPB
  • Launch player
  • Shuffle Squeeze player

Next, Padilla breaks down the run game - with simple adjustments to multiple formations - into Zone, Gap, inside run, and outside run schemes.

Both sideline and end zone game film gives a clear picture of each play. All formations and looks are covered as Coach Padilla does an excellent job of coaching you through the different formations, sets, and plays in the RPO offense.

Slowing Down the No-Huddle

A common approach for RPO teams is to run no-huddle. Padilla covers how he coaches his system to adjust versus no-huddle, including the communication process pre- and post-snap. It will help your defensive line get lined up immediately and then look for signals. Meanwhile, your inside backer will get the front call and your safeties will get the coverage/pressure calls while the corners stay outside the hashes.

Stay on the cutting edge with Coach Padilla as he breaks down the essential components to stop the RPO spread system!

"This video has all of the terminology anyone could ask for as well as reasons why Coach Padilla has emphasized some of these points. This video can really help some coaches avoid the trial and error phase when implementing the 4-2-5 for the first time." - Customer Review

122 minutes. 2018.



FD-05334B:

with Caleb Padilla,
Luther College Head Coach;
former Defensive Coordinator at Luther College;
led the Iowa Conference in Pass Defense in back-to-back years (2016-17)

Do you want something different for your defense? Are your players smaller than what traditional power defenses require? Then this is the defensive scheme for you! The 4-2-5 allows you to play aggressive defense even if your athletes are smaller than the average team.

The 4-2-5 defense allows defensive coordinators to send players each play and blitz from all angles of the field. Using diagrams and film, Caleb Padilla focuses on the blitz package that is built into his 4-2-5 scheme and how to work with various coverage schemes. He discusses the vital communication that is needed to eliminate mistakes while telling players where they need to be.

Coach Padilla illustrates how he hides the blitzer based on where the ball is placed, the offensive formation, or the wide side of the field. This creates an advantage for the defense as the offense won't know who's coming. He also breaks down how to blitz versus run/pass teams and power teams.

4-2-5 Blitz Schemes

Coach Padilla

DVD
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Cover: 4-2-5 defense: defending the rpo
4-2-5 Defense: Defending the RPO

with Caleb Padilla,
Luther College Head Coach;
former Defensive Coordinator at Luther College;
led the Iowa Conference in Pass Defense in back-to-back years (2016-17)

The Run Pass Option (RPO) has become widely used around the nation. In this video, Coach Padilla breaks down the 4-2-5 defense and the approach it takes when scheming against a spread offense that utilizes a strong RPO system. Padilla takes you through the keys and responsibilities for each player and the discipline that is needed in order to avoid getting exploited by the RPO.

Coach Padilla begins with the philosophical approach to his 4-2-5 defense, plus overall team goals and visions. He then takes you through various adjustments made versus formations that are commonly used when creating RPO situations. He shows his no-huddle procedure, which is vital because most RPO teams run a lot of no-huddle throughout a game.

Stopping the Run Game

Typical RPO teams will try to run an abundant amount of plays in order to break your players down mentally and physically. The defensive philosophy is centered on defending the middle of the defense, spilling the ball to the outside, and getting an extra defender at the point of attack. Padilla explains the different roles each player has and how those roles can adjust against multiple formations and personnel. He covers which players become the:

  • Spill player
  • Extra player
  • FPB
  • Launch player
  • Shuffle Squeeze player

Next, Padilla breaks down the run game - with simple adjustments to multiple formations - into Zone, Gap, inside run, and outside run schemes.

Both sideline and end zone game film gives a clear picture of each play. All formations and looks are covered as Coach Padilla does an excellent job of coaching you through the different formations, sets, and plays in the RPO offense.

Slowing Down the No-Huddle

A common approach for RPO teams is to run no-huddle. Padilla covers how he coaches his system to adjust versus no-huddle, including the communication process pre- and post-snap. It will help your defensive line get lined up immediately and then look for signals. Meanwhile, your inside backer will get the front call and your safeties will get the coverage/pressure calls while the corners stay outside the hashes.

Stay on the cutting edge with Coach Padilla as he breaks down the essential components to stop the RPO spread system!

"This video has all of the terminology anyone could ask for as well as reasons why Coach Padilla has emphasized some of these points. This video can really help some coaches avoid the trial and error phase when implementing the 4-2-5 for the first time." - Customer Review

122 minutes. 2018.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions


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