College Football: Examining Georgia Tech's FlexBone Offense

Contributed by: Todd DeVries
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2011 8:15 PM

Paul Johnsons offensive schemes are some of the most tried and true in college football today. He has been running the same system since he was named the offensive coordinator at Georgia Southern in 1985, with a few tweaks here and there. But what Johnson really likes to do is run the triple option. Johnson uses the veer, where

Paul Johnsons offensive schemes are some of the most tried and true in college football today. He has been running the same system since he was named the offensive coordinator at Georgia Southern in 1985, with a few tweaks here and there. But what Johnson really likes to do is run the triple option. Johnson uses the veer, where the entire offensive line blocks down and leaves the defensive end unblocked. He also likes the midline option, where the playside tackle is now unblo ....

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