RUN N SHOOT in TEX-BONE: Answer for Defense: Screen/Shovel/Draw and Counterby Joe Austin
Tired of defenses putting 10 in the box to stop your triple option run attack? Do you need to spice things up a bit? Throw the ball more? Then this course is for you. This is the third of a 3-course series by Southwestern University head coach Joe Austin.
- Learn how to adapt the Run N Shoot to a Triple Option Attack
- Become a better coach by understanding the history and philosophy of the Run N Shoot
- Understand why the Choice Route is the foundation of the Run N Shoot Attack
WHAT IS THE TEX-BONE? 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.
- Classic option schemes ran from multiple spread formations (and flexbone variations)
- First option system to use Power as the base triple scheme
- A tool box:
- Option (power, speed, belly, veer)
- One back runs (isos, counters)
- Play action heavy
- Pass elements from various systems (including Run and Shoot)
- Use it in its entirety or select the tools that enhance your offense
Head Coach Joe Austin rebuilt the football program at Hanover College before re-starting the program at Southwester University (TX) that was the dormant for 62 years. In 2016 Austin guided the Pirates to an undefeated 6-0 record in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC). The championship marked the team's first football championship since 1941 and the team's 7-3 overall record was the best in more thean 70 years, earning Austin the conference's Coach of the Year award.
2012-present: Southwestern University Head Coach
2008-11: Hanover College Head Coach
2005-07: University of Dubuque Offensive Coordinator
2004: Augsburg College Offensive Coordinator
2000-03: Concordia University, St. Paul Wide Receiver Coach