Evolution from Split Back Veer, to Triple-I, to Wishbone, and Flexbone

by Flexin' Texan Triple Option Clinic
Evolution from Split Back Veer, to Triple-I, to Wishbone, and Flexbone


Coach Paul Lanier details his evolution as an offensive coach from the split back veer, to the triple-I, to the wishbone, and the flexbone.  Coach Lanier also discusses the teachings of Emory Bellard and the origins of the triple option offense,   


The Coach

Coach Lanier has 40 years experience as a football coach.  He spent 11 years as a high school assistant at Texas City (TX) High School, Clear Lake (TX) High School, and Lake Charles (LA) High School.  As a high school head coach, Coach Lanier accumulated a record of 153-116 and 15 playoff appearances at Clear Brook (TX) High School, Galveston Ball (TX) High School, Lake Charles (LA) High School, Sulphur (LA) High School, Airline (LA) High School, and Sam Houston (LA) High School.  Coach Lanier also spent 4 years as an assistant coach for McNeese State University in Lake Charles, LA.

  • 12 District/Conference Championships
  • 25 Playoff Teams
  • 1 Semi-Finals
  • 4 Quarterfinals
  • 24-5A Coach of the Year 1997, 1998, 1999, 2008
  • Touchdown Club Coach of the Year Finalist, 2008
  • 1-5A District and NW Louisiana Regional Coach of the Year, 1987
  • 1980, 1982 SW Louisiana District 4-5A Coach of the Year

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