2019-2020 Faces in New Places Playbookby Scott Peterman
I’m super excited today!
And if you looked closely at the subject line, you know why…
Not only do I have a brand-new, never-before-released playbook, but I just LOVE the theme behind it.
You see, every year, the NCAA goes through its annual “shell game” as coaches get shuffled around, fired, hired, they quit…the whole thing.
This year was particularly raucous…
From Alabama to Washington State, big changes are ahappenin’.
Transitions were going on everywhere.
As we know, transitions can be good or bad.
Some programs out there need to wipe the slate clean and start over, whereas others are looking for someone to come in, keep things calm and maintain what’s in place.
Either way, it’s no easy task.
Sports Illustrated agreed and put it this way…
“A sweeping set of coaching changes shifted the college basketball landscape this summer, by now a customary offseason ritual, but also one which highlights a number of programs in transition. A wide number of high-major jobs opened up, and a fascinating mix of head coaches took over at new programs.”
I thought you’d like an inside look at what some of the teams you know and love are going to look like, once some of these coaches come in and put their unique stamp on things.
Are you ready?
The new playbook is called “2019-2020 Faces in New Places Playbook”
This is 215 pages on X’s and O’s from some old faces, as well as some stars on the rise! And you can get the chance to say “I’ve been reading about this guy for years.”
Here’s the list of coaches we’ve featured inside:
Nate Oats - Alabama Crimson Tide
Eric Musselman: Arkansas Razorbacks
Mark Pope: BYU Cougars
John Brannen: Cincinnati Bearcats
Juwan Howard: Michigan Wolverines
Aaron McKie: Temple Owls
Jerry Stackhouse: Vanderbilt Commodores
Mike Young: Virginia Tech Hokies
Kyle Smith: Washington State Cougars
For less than 20 bucks you can see where these programs are going and make your own predictions about how well they’ll do, based upon these breakdowns.
At 215 pages, you know there’s a ton of information inside that you likely haven’t seen before, because some of these guys are just now moving up the ladder.
NOTE: You can see the entire table of contents HERE! Check below to view all the plays.
Go ahead and take a look at this never-before-released playbook by clicking the link below.
2019-2020 Faces in New Places Playbook
See you courtside,
Men's Basketball Hoop Scoop, Coach Scott Peterman has coached at the NCAA Division 2 (Southwestern Oklahoma State University), NAIA (USAO), and JUCO Levels (Blinn College and Carl Albert State College) as well as high school. Coach Peterman just felt that fellow coaches, especially young coaches, need to constantly work on their “game,” just like the basketball players that we coach. We as coaches need to improve ourselves.