Zone Option – Ron Boyd

Coach: Ron Boyd

Zone Option – Ron Boyd

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Clinic Triple Option Clinic
Coach Ron Boyd

Zone Option has evolved to be a core concept of the Flexbone Triple Option at the college level and is trickling down to the high school level.

Zone Option

one of the hottest plays in the Flexbone offense,

changing the Flexbone offense and changing how defenses defended.

Zone Option has evolved to be a core concept of the Flexbone Triple Option at the college level and is trickling down to the high school level.

The Problem
As with any innovation or shift in philosophy, Zone Option represents a solution to a problem.

The problem was how defenses were scheming against the triple option.

Stunting to the field from an odd front, morphing the front to an Under look.
Denying the perimeter by slow playing the pitch phase.
Stunting and slow playing shrunk the field and turned the game into a knife fight in a phone booth.

The Solution was to attack blood stunt and read the trap corner.

ENTER THE ZONE OPTION

The offensive line applies their base scoop rules to the backside and zone block through their playside gap on the frontside.
For the Offensive Line, the blocking is EXACTLY the same as Zone Dive.
A-Back uses same path as Belly/Down.
The only new teaching is for the flexed WR and B-Back. One of the most crucial aspects is always having a B gap protector.
Coach Boyd explains that you could B-gap protect with your tackle, but if you choose to zone block then B-gap protector falls on a playside guard or your B back depending on the front.

1. Introduction
2. Zone Option Rules
3. Q&A - Wide Zone Option vs Load or Lead Option
4. Game Film - vs a 4-3 Tech (Part 1)
5. Game Film - vs a 4-3 Tech (Part 2)
6. Game Film - vs a 50 Defense (Part 1)
7. Game Film - vs a 50 Defense (Part 2)
8. Game Film - Condensed Formation (Part 1)
9. Game Film - Condensed Formation (Part 2)
10. Game Film - vs a split front
11. Q&A - How does a b-gap blitz work into the blocking scheme
12. Game Film - B Gap Blitz
13. Game Film - vs a 4-3 in a condensed formation
14. Q&A - What is the QB's read on the keep
15. Q&A - Will you run the kick scheme
16. Q&A - Will we motion pitch to the B Back?
17. Q&A - Will QB check this to open A or B-Gap vs a Bear Front
18. Q&A - What formation works the best for zone option
19. Zone Pod Drills
20. Drills for offensive line
21. Drills for offensive line (Continuation)
22. Q&A - Does Covered Lineman still Rip thru to Second Level
23. Q&A - Break down QB Footwork on the skip step
24. Contact Ron Boyd

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