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The Tex-Bone is triple option for the 21st century. This new system combines traditional option with modern spread into a Texas-sized offense that leaves defenses scrambling to cover it all.

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Tex-Bone Course 1: Formation, Tempos, Backfeild Numbers

Marriage of triple option and spread formations.

 Traditional option schemes; non- traditional option alignments.

 Spread defensive philosophies provide predictable alignments.

 Unpredictable to defend – every play could be spread or option-based.

Tex-Bone Course 15: Game Planning

When you game plan each week there are a few things to consider when you run the Tex-Bone. Every play is unpredictable to defend, every play could be spread or option-based. “Stop the option defense” leads to big plays in play action. This is two offenses, with one set of players. There are multitude of ways to organize a play call menu, in this course we will discuss what we feel works best for us and how it can help you with your game plan for next season.

Tex-Bone Course 16: Game Cutups

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Tex-Bone Course 17: Overview Triple Option

DOUBLE OPTION: Coach shows how this concept is ran in the Zone Read game, Under Center, Pistol, and Shotgun

 TRIPLE OPTION: Coach goes thru the details of who is the Pitch Key

 DIVE PHASE. He goes thru the fine points so that there are no fumbles during the exchange

 PITCH PHASE: Starting with aiming points and landmarks, motion, and how far away the pitch man should be from the QB

 COACHING THE QB: Coach Austin goes into great detail of the 4 Parts of the Perfect Pitch

Tex-Bone BONUS: Drills and Practice Schedules for the Tex-Bone

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Tex-Bone BONUS: Run and Pass Playbook

Combines traditional option with modern spread into a Texas-sized offense that leaves defenses scrambling to cover it all Marriage of triple option and spread formations. Traditional option schemes; non- traditional option alignments. Spread defensive philosophies provide predictable alignments. Unpredictable to defend – every play could be spread or option-based. Running triple option out of shotgun eliminates the need to motion the running back into pitch position Drawback of flexbone is not knowing how the team you’re going to play is going to line up….But spread formations are easy to predict how your opponent is going to line up

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Tex-Bone Course 2: Power Option

POWER OPTION The TEX-BONE System is built upon the POWER OPTION play.  The TEX-BONE is the First Option System to use Power as its base scheme.

BENEFITS Creates Horizontal space across the line of scrimmage which creates large running lanes for dive back and a wider alley for the Quarterback.  Good vs every front;  RUN IT AGAINST ANYTHING ANYTIME. Good against blitz.  NO CHECKS, EVER !!!  You can always run it the way it was called. Rule based play.  Offensive players do not slow down if defense shifts. Easily paired with play-action and other run plays…These have been around longer than Jon Gruden’s “Spider 2Y Bananna!” 

Tex-Bone Course 3: G-Load Option

G-LOAD OPTION is The Swiss Army Knife of the Tex-Bone

BENEFITS It is a Rule Based Play, allowing your players to be aggressive. CAN BE BLOCKED versus ANY FRONT. Good against every front or blitz. With Just a Few Adjustments, the G-Load Option can adapt to whatever front or pressure they see in front of them. Always sounds on the backside because it’s a gap scheme. Natural play action progressions for big plays.

Tex-Bone Course 4: Double Full Power

BENEFITSTwo pullers allows for a playside DOUBLE TEAM  (vertical displacement),Good against every front – no checks!!!BUILT-IN BLITZ PROTECTION.  Good versus any pressure because LB’ers are accounted for by Wings and pulling Guard.

MULTIPLE BALL CARRIERS QB can run the ball on this play out of Empty Sets. FB carries ball downhill at the double team with puller in front. Wildcat.

MULTIPLE FORMATION STRUCTURES  with or without  a TIGHT END.

Tex-Bone Course 5: Speed Option

Speed Option evolved from the University of Nebraska I-Back to the Spread Offenses who eliminated the lead back altogether. This play is a GREAT solution to defensive pressure and line game movements. It is basically an Outside zone play with reach and scoop blocking.Contain player become pitch key, which is usually the defenive end.

BENEFITS

Gets to the edge really fast.  This stops defenses from “back-gapping” or blitzing LB’ers into inside gaps. Dissuades pressure and line games.  A defense who loops or twists away from the play is dead in the water. Can be executed from any formation/personnel. Multiple backfield alignments allowing you to be very multiple.

Tex-Bone Course 6: Power Read

Power Read has become the Power Play of One-Back spread football.

DOUBLE OPTION PLAY.Typically, a running back runs a sweep path with the quarterback serving as the dive back.Rather than blocking the contain player, the contain player is the “optioned”.  If this contain player doesn’t tackle the Running Back who is running sweep to the sideline, the QB will hand it off to that back. If the contain player starts to chase the sweeping back, the QB pulls and runs off-tackle as a dive back. 

TEX-BONE The Power Read adapts TEX-BONE’s base option play to spread & empty formations, and adds motions. Can also be ran from option-heavy formations. SEVERAL perimeter blocking options.  (3 vs 3 stalk, 3 vs 3 cross, 3 vs 3 crack-kick).

Tex-Bone Course 7: Inside and Outside Veer

HISTORY Split Back Veer from Under Center emerged in the 1960’s, credited to head coach Bill Yeoman of University of Houton.   Fellow Hall-of-Fame coach Tom Osborne used the Veer extensively, winning several national titles at University of Nebraska out of the I-Back formation.  The Veer gained notoriety in the spread genre when Rich Rodriguez ran it at West Virginia.

Tex-Bone Course 8: ISOS and Counters

BENEFITS OF ISO Multiple lead blocker choices: center, guard, tackle, wing, running back can all be lead blockers. Downhill aggressive scheme that can neutralize guard keys. Multiple formations, multiple ball carriers that disguise your other plays and induce beneficial LB reaction. The TEX-BONE has an OPTION component to the ISO.  The RB or the QB can run the ball.

COUNTER Tackle Trap and Guard-Tackle Counters.  Combines Power and Iso. Dive Counter. Speed Option Counter. QB Counter. Pistol Counter. Jet Motion Counter.

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Tex-Bone Course 9: Pass: Power Option and Power Read Pass

Pass Protection & Route Combos.  Including Blitz pickups. Game footage shows examples of how to sell the play action pass by making the protections look like Power Option and Power Read run.5-man Protections allows offense to get 5 receivers into the pass routes. POWER OPTION PROTECTION pulls the backside Guard to the playside C-gap and asks the FB to pickup the LB. POWER READ PROTECTION also pulls the backside Guard to playside C, however RB is faking the sweep instead of blocking a LB.

Tex-Bone Course 10: Pass: G-Load and ISO

The Tex-Bone is triple option for the 21st century Combines traditional option with modern spread into a Texas-sized offense that leaves defenses scrambling to cover it all G Load Protection looks identical to G Load runs. 6 man protection with answers to various defensive pressures (half man, half zone protection).Uncovered linemen account for backside linebacker but the front side looks identical to the G LOAD OPTION.

Tex-Bone Course 11: Double Full Power Pass

Combines traditional option with modern spread into a Texas-sized offense that leaves defenses scrambling to cover it all The “Smash – Mouth” Down Hill play of the Tex–Bone

BENEFITS Two pullers allows for a playside DOUBLE TEAM  (vertical displacement), Good against every front – no checks!!! BUILT-IN BLITZ PROTECTION.  Good versus any pressure because LB’ers are accounted for by Wings and pulling Guard. MULTIPLE BALL CARRIERS  QB can run the ball on this play out of Empty Sets. FB carries ball downhill at the double team with puller in front. Wildcat. 

Tex-Bone Course 12: RB and WR Drills, Footwork and Blocking

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Tex-Bone Course 13: O-Line Drill and Blocking Rules

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Tex-Bone Course 14: Pre Season Preperation and Practice

Have you ever looked for a job description for the Offensive Coordinator? This is it.

We will talk about the offensive coordinator duties for the pre – season and in season. In this course Coach Austin will let you know Installation plan consideration & adjustments. Reasons why  they will extend the schedule or when they compress/accelerate schedule. Also explanation on double installation schedule as the team prepares for the season. 

Tex-Bone BONUS: Drills and Practice Schedules for the Tex-Bone

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