How does Cary-Grove High School in Illinois run the Flexbone Offense so efficiently? Why do the service academies run triple option? Why are they so good at it? And why do I love it so much? Man, that’s a lot of questions, so to get the answers just listen to the sneak peek podcast and I explain all. But first off, let’s talk about what Cary-Grove in the northwest suburbs of Chicago is doing.
In 2004 Cary-Grove High School made the commitment to run the Flexbone offense and they haven’t looked back. Since 2004 they have established a record of 160-27 and have qualified for the playoffs 15 years in a row with at least 1 playoff win. Included in that run is 2 state championships, 6 semi finals, and 11 quarterfinals. Brad Seaburg and his staff have put the Trojans in a position to be a state championship contender every season. Coach Seaburg speaks at clinics all over and now you have the chance to get 3 of his top presentations.
Listen To The Sneak Peek Podcast!
Cary-Grove Triple Option
In this 3 video series you will get:
Video 1 – Triple Option at Cary-Grove
Midline Follow/Midline Triple, Inside Veer, Double Option
Zone Dive, Rocket toss, Down G (Belly), Counters off rocket, Counter Iso, Jet sweep, QB counter
Video 2 – Power Run Plays For The QB
Cary-Grove Formations, How to attack defensive alignments, QB Double Option
Video 3 – Cary-Grove Counter Game
QB Counter, Counter Iso, Toss Counter, Reverse
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Coach L. Albaugh DBLITY
Coach Albaugh coached high school football in Illinois for 28 years. During that time he coached at every level and on both sides of the ball. He was the offensive and defensive line coach for four undefeated teams and was a defensive coordinator in his last 11 years, twice reaching the semi finals of the Illinois state playoffs.