Texas Tech Offensive - Defensive Playbookby Scott Peterman
Texas Tech: Downtrodden to Defensive Dominance
He runs a defense that has been called both “highly aggressive” and “baffling”…
Texas Tech Head Coach Chris Beard took a team that had been labeled as “irrelevant”-- posting losing records in five of the previous six seasons before his arrival -- and teleported them to their first trip to the final four…accomplishing all this in just two years.
And he did it riding on the back of an overwhelming defense…
Along the way, crushing the no. 2 defense and then defeating the no. 1 offense.
I have to say, I LOVED watching these guys play this past season…and I’m looking forward to seeing them again next season.
But, let me clarify, I would NOT want to be playing against them!
Here’s what Gonzaga Head Coach Mark Few had to say about the Tech defense, ““We talked about it quite a lot in meetings and showed it on film, but it’s something you have to experience.”
So, just in time for the NBA finals to wrap up, I’ve got a special surprise for you…
The entire Texas Tech Offensive AND Defensive Playbook just hit my desk!
All 7 sections and 107 pages of it!
And now you can study the magic behind this impressive turn around for yourself.
Got a program that needs some defensive work?
Here’s your game plan.
The Texas Tech Playbook!
It breaks down like this…
Half Court Motion Offense
Half Court Man Offense-Sets
Half Court Zone Offense
Half Court Man Defense
(I can tell you that the 5 pages of Defensive Drills at the end of this playbook are worth the price of admission!)
Listen, let’s be brutally honest here…I’ve never met a team who COULDN’T use some help of defense.
So, doesn’t it make sense to go directly to the top of the heap?
I does to me.
Get instant access to the Texas Tech Offensive and Defensive Playbook by CLICKING HERE.
See you courtside,
Scott “always on the defensive” Peterman
Men's Basketball 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