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The Prep Reportby: Jamie DeMoney
© October 2005
Flying Under the Radar
The Triple Option is Alive and Well
The triple option – it was college football’s offense de jour in the 1960s and 70s, highlighted by the ultra successful wishbone systems at Texas, Oklahoma and Alabama. Now, only a handful of Division I-A programs such as Rice and Air Force employ an option system.
But the triple option is still very much alive and well on high school football fields across the nation. Especially at Warren Central HS in Indianapolis. Head coach Kevin Wright brought it with him from Trinity HS in Louisville, Ky., in 1999, and the Warriors won back-to-back state titles in 2003-04. It was the first state crowns for the school since Jeff George left there running a wide-open attack and passing for 8,126 career yards in the mid-80s.
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