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98 Air Force Fisher DeBerry EA Be At the Air Force Academy our offense is based on the execution of 1) the triple option, 2) counters from the option and 3) a one-on-one sction passing game. Our basic theory is to take advantage of whatever the defense gives us, We limit the number of plays, so we may vary our blocking patterns and spend more time on executi In this paper we will not attempt to cover the entire offense, but will outline the important basics of our run and our pass game. FORMATIONS RIGHT (LEFD LIZ RIP) ° S20e@000 ° eco@ocKo eee - ° ° ° 26 | iGHT R) }ALANCED) DOUBLES ooe@o00 oo0e00 oO ° ° ° fo} ° ° ° LINE SPLITS : : Ee ueed at Gate) st Gee) at 8-15 yas of ee Dre, ToT 4 From THE BALL Line splits vary according to play, blocking patterns and defensive alignments. Usually maximum splits are used on runs and minimum on passing plays. IVER Al BACK B) iG Our backs and receivers will change block patterns in order to force the defense to change option responsibilities. These changes can be called in the huddle or: ‘Tecognized on the move, HT END BLO’ FS —e 5 ~ oy Koo ao ‘ARC’ ‘SEAL’. s ‘BLOCK’ WIDE OUT BLOC) KING s s ¢ z oy e . —, hoe hoo hoo ‘STALK’ ‘CRACK’ ‘SWITCH’ Ri IG BACK BLOC} iG Fs & ho oe Roo ‘LOAD’ ‘SAFETY’ These block patterns can be used in various combinations to gain us the best advantage for the type defense we are playing against. ty