I posted this in the comments of the interview with Winfield Featherston (writing that name never gets old), but I thought it'd be fun for people to take a look at an actual Triple Option playbook.
This is Army's 1997 offensive playbook. More than just the complexity of the plays themselves, it is quite interesting to see the depth that the staff goes to in emphasizing timing, discipline, and straight up knowledge of each and every little aspect of the plays.
I know that Georgia Tech's offense is a little bit more of a spread option, but many of the characteristics are the same.
Just take a moment and look it over. It's like chess on speed.