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with Dick Enga, former Tight Ends Coach US Air Force Academy
and Ed Warinner, University of Notre Dame Offensive Line Coach;
former Offensive Line Coach, US Air Force Academy

In this video, coaches Dick Enga and Ed Warinner team up to bring you the run blocking techniques and drills that have launched the Air Force Academy into an elite category amongst rushing offenses. This tape begins with Coach Enga and his stable of tight ends demonstrating the stance, releases, and combo blocks the Air Force uses to move the football. Next, Coach Warinner brings on the offensive line and reveals the drills he uses to coach releases, footwork, combo blocks, and double teams. This video is a must if you want to have a power running game!

48 minutes. 2002. ISBN 1-56404-950-7.


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Triple Option Drills for Success: Tight Ends & Offensive Line
on November 5, 2013
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by dwills

We are now running a version of the triple and I was drawn to this video because I played at Air Force while Coach Enga was there and I always had a lot of respect for what he did with the o-line. He did a nice job on his part of the video but what made this a 5 in my book was Ed Warinner. He did a great job of explaining specific steps and techniques that will make a huge difference for our linemen. This video is best suited for coaches who run the veer and midline, and you should already have a knowledge of these plays and their zone blocking schemes.

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Triple Option Drills for Success: Tight Ends & Offensive Line
on March 18, 2011
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
4/5 Stars

by Anonymous

I had difficulty tying in the drills with either the veer or midline runs. It may have been helpful if they had drawn up the play initially on the marker board and then shown the drill down on the field. On the other hand, it may have been my inexperience running this offense

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