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Geno Auriemma (born March 23, 1954, in Montella, Italy) is an Italian-American basketball coach, head coach of the University of Connecticut Huskies women's basketball team, which he has led to seven National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I national championships (in 1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009, and 2010).

He has won six national Naismith College Coach of the Year awards.

He emigrated with his family to Norristown, Pennsylvania when he was seven years old, and spent the rest of his childhood there. After graduating from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 1977, Auriemma was hired as an assistant coach at Saint Joseph's University, where he worked in 1978 and 1979. ......

• Watch eight-time National Coach of the Year Geno Auriemma coach his team
    through five up-tempo practices
• See how Coach Auriemma organizes his practices and designs his drills
    to fit his team's style of play
• Over 13 hours of fast-paced practices featuring individual skill work
    and offensive and defensive systems



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with Geno Auriemma, 7x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach;
back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons (2009 and 2010);
8x National Coach of the yeardistinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame;
over 30 Big East regular season and tournament titles

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to see how seven-time NCAA Championship coach Geno Auriemma teaches skill development and his offensive and defensive systems to a new group of players.

With over 13 hours of practice, Coach Auriemma and his staff share more than 30 drills and variations to improve passing, ball handling, shooting, transition, and skill development.


Simple Drill Geno Aureimma Uses to Begin Practice!


Offense
Coach Auriemma runs half- and full-court offensive drills that teach the key skills required for good team offense: The ability to pass, catch, dribble and shoot. He runs his 2-man passing full court drill, 2-line layup drill, and 3-man weave half court and full court drills.


Geno Auriemma Teaches an Effective Offensive Set!


To develop his full court transition offense, Auriemma runs his 3-man transition drill which progresses to 4-on-0 and 5-on-0. These drills replicate a game-like atmosphere and really work on pushing the defense for a lay-up or getting them to back up, which leaves you with a 3-point attempt. These transition drills also focus on team communication and conditioning.

Coach Auriemma also breaks down his team's half-court offensive attack. He includes player positioning, spacing, methods of entry, selected plays, and many of the passing and scoring options for the offensive set. He runs breakdown drills that work on proper timing, cutting, screening, reading the defense, spacing, getting open and shooting.


Geno Auriemma: The Simplified Zone Offense


Defense
Good defense is based on knowing what your opponent does well and taking it away. Watch Coach Auriemma and his staff teach their players how to defend the baseline drive, close out on the shooter, defend on-ball screens, rebound and communicate.

From the tone-setting circle talks before practice starts to the last made free throw, you will see Auriemma's extensive, fast-paced practices from beginning to end. Don't miss your chance to watch a Hall of Fame coach coach his players through proven drills and concepts.


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All Access Basketball Practice with Geno Auriemma (2011-2012)


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About the Author: Geno Auriemma

Luigi "Geno" Auriemma (born March 23, 1954 in Montella, Italy) is an American college basketball coach and the head coach of the University of Connecticut Huskies women's basketball team. He has led UConn to seven NCAA Division I national championships, and has won six national Naismith College Coach of the Year awards.

Auriemma was also the head coach of the United States women's national basketball team from 2009 to 2012, winning the 2010 World Championship, and the gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

He emigrated with his family to Norristown, Pennsylvania, U.S. when he was seven years old, and spent the rest of his childhood there. After graduating from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 1977, Auriemma was hired as an assistant coach at Saint Joseph's University, where he worked in 1978 and 1979.

He then took a two-year absence from college basketball, serving as an assistant coach at his former high school, Bishop Kenrick, before assuming an assistant coaching position with the University of Virginia Cavaliers in 1981.

Auriemma became a naturalized United States citizen in 1994, noting in his autobiography that he finally decided to naturalize when his UConn team was slated to tour Italy that summer and he was concerned about potential problems because he had never done any required national service.

For many years, Auriemma and his wife maintained a home in Avalon, New Jersey, to be near their respective parents in the Philadelphia area.


Queens Of Hoops - FIBA's Interview with Geno Auriemma



Auriemma's  Honors and other activities

In 2006, Auriemma was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, and the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tennessee.

During the college basketball offseason, Auriemma serves as an analyst for games of the Women's National Basketball Association broadcast on the American cable television networks ESPN and ESPN2, in which capacity he often critiques his former players.

In November 2007, Auriemma was inducted into the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame, in a class that included Dick Vermeil, Mike Scioscia, Fred Couples, and others.

Auriemma is close friends with Saint Joseph's University basketball head coach Phil Martelli and his son, Mike Auriemma, attends and plays basketball at Saint Joseph's.

Auriemma was named the USBWA National Coach of the Year in 1995, 2003, 2008 and 2009 by the United States Basketball Writers Association.

Auriemma served as an assistant coach to the gold medalist 2000 U.S. Olympic Team. On April 15, 2009 he was selected to lead USA Basketball Women's National Team in the 2010 FIBA World Championship in the Czech Republic and if the USA qualifies, he will coach the team in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, England.

Auriemma is a member of the Board of Directors of the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund.

Auriemma was named one of the 2010 co-winners of the Big East Conference Coach of the Year, an honor he shared with Mike Carey of West Virginia University.

Auriemma's  Records

Auriemma is the leader among active coaches in winning percentage at .858.

Auriemma's 7 national championships is second to Pat Summitt's 8.

There have only been 6 undefeated seasons in women's basketball. Auriemma holds 4 of these seasons (1995, 2002, 2009, 2010).

Auriemma was the quickest women's coach to reach 500 wins, doing so in his 18th season.

Auriemma set a record of 5 consecutive trips to the Final Four.

Auriemma's 2010 team set a record for consecutive winning streak. They are at 78 consecutive wins and still going.

UConn currently holds the record for having 12 women basketball players drafted into the WNBA in the past 5 years.



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All Access Rutgers Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVD with Mike Rice
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By Mike Rice


The 17th head coach in the history of the Rutgers men’s basketball program, Mike Rice has made a definite impact on Garden State hoops and will continue to push the Scarlet Knights to greater heights with a relentless style that has become his trademark.

The Pittsburgh, Pa. native entered his third season in 2012-13 with a more experienced roster built to play a high energy style at both ends of the floor.

Rice balances an indomitable courtside manner with an approachable, self-deprecating persona off the hardwood. In his two seasons “On the Banks,” he has directed RU to many tangible accomplishments.

The Rutgers Athletic Center has enjoyed a renaissance as one of the most difficult places to play in all of college basketball. Three of the last four top 10 programs to enter the truncated pyramid have exited Piscataway in defeat. ......

• Execute the Screen / Re-screen offensive system that details a screen the screen action
    for open layups and jump shots
• Build a complete defensive mindset that involves defensive close-out technique,
    sideline/baseline emphasis, jumping to the ball, and help and recover responsibilities
• Execute the Scarlet Knight Zone package
• Break down segments of the offensive and defensive systems into 2-, 3-, and 4-man drills
    in order to isolate specific movements and teaching points critical to the overall scheme


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Mike Rice: Warm Up Drills for Practice


with Mike Rice, Rutgers University Head Coach;
former Robert Morris University Head Coach;
2008 NEC Jim Phelan Coach of the Year

Take a behind the scenes look at the high intensity, focused practice sessions at Rutgers. Head Coach Mike Rice brings intensity and energy to his practice sessions from start to finish.

You get a front-row seat to watch how Coach Rice organizes his practices to create game-speed scenarios that you can incorporate into your program to push your players physically and mentally and better prepare them for game night.

Practice 1

Coach Rice starts his Rutgers season by creating an atmosphere of chaos. He builds defensive instinct right from day one. He focuses on close-outs while emphasizing sideline and baseline shading techniques to eliminate middle penetration.

Full court drills, such as "Circle the Wagons" and "4 on 4 on 4" place players in a full court, game-like setting. Rice then reverts back to a controlled half-court approach with drills such as "3 Around 1", to teach help awareness when the defense is has a small guard mismatched in the post.


Mike Rice: Re-Screening Motion Offense


Practice ends with various 2-on-2 drills to build the screen and re-screen action that is the basis for the Rutgers' offense. He instructs players to constantly screen, relocate, and screen again while never executing the same type of screen consecutively.

Practice 2

Help your players get comfortable playing at a chaotic pace !

The session opens with individual skill development, as guards and posts are split into stations to better focus on technique and fundamentals. Coach Rice has a great mix of offensive and defensive skill work during practice two.

In Italian Drill, his players work on their up-tempo, attacking, hand-off motion offense that involves screening and re-screening the screener for open layups or jump shots.

Coach Rice spends time working 5-on-5 full court in order to prepare and construct their offensive and defensive schematics. He uses offensive and defensive shell work to teach his players how to handle a zone.

He uses two different zone quick hitters: Stanford and Blitz to help his players create great scoring opportunities with a jump shot or a slip in the post. During the shell drill, Rice implements his 22 Press that leads into a zone defense in order to continue their chaotic style of play.

Practice shifts back to a defensive mind-set as Rice explains and teaches the team approach to help defense rotations when a teammate is beaten for a baseline drive. Shell scenarios also include how to defend the elbow screen and stagger screen, as Rice continues to build the technique and philosophy that the team will use to counter the opposition's varied attacks throughout the season.

Practice 3

Rice focuses on actions within the motion offense during his Feed the Post Dribble Hand Off Drill. The post player and dribble handoffs are a vital part of their offensive system. He breaks down their offensive screening action in 3-on-3 breakdown. He gives his players a short amount of time to score or get a stop to keep a theme of chaos spread throughout the entire practice.

In game to 7, Coach Rice stresses the importance of the screening action. He wants his players to create an attacking mentality within the offense and be strong with the ball while learning how to play within their offensive system.

Coach Rice will teach you a great re-screen offense when he demonstrates Re-Screen Breakbacks. Coach teaches his players different entries that will flow right into their primary motion screening offense.




Coach Rice finishes his third day of practice with a great 5-on-5 scrimmage using both man and zone defense. He has his players develop a sense of "Big East style of play" as they sprint up and down the floor creating chaos in everything they do.

Learn a chaotic style of offensive and defensive play that will force your opponents to play outside of their comfort zone.

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About the Author: Mike Rice
All Access Rutgers Basketball Practice with Mike Rice
Mike Rice Jr. (born February 13, 1969 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American college basketball coach and the current head men's basketball coach at Rutgers University, formerly holding the same position at Robert Morris. He is the son of former college basketball coach and current Portland Trail Blazers announcer Mike Rice. In 2009, he helped lead Robert Morris to its first NCAA Tournament since 1992. He resides in Little Silver, New Jersey.

The nonconference success extended to the always rugged BIG EAST conference campaign. Rutgers downed No. 9-ranked Villanova at home in one of college basketball’s most thrilling finishes and won two of three against rival Seton Hall. An overtime victory against the Pirates at Madison Square Garden marked RU’s first BIG EAST tournament win since 2006.

The success on the court has been matched by the team’s achievement in the classroom. The cumulative team grade point average combined for the summer 2011, fall 2011 and spring 2012 semesters was 3.003. In addition, RU received a perfect academic progress score of 1000 in the most recent report for 2010-11, Rice’s first season at the helm. All six seniors to play under Rice have earned diplomas. Seven players were named to the 2011-12 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.

The success on the court and in the classroom also extends into the community. Rice has been proactive in the program’s efforts to make a difference in the lives of children and the disadvantaged. The team participates in a multitude of community outreach initiatives, including the “Scarlet Letters” pen pal program, “Read Across America” and “Toys for Tots.” Rutgers basketball players volunteer at Elijah’s Promise soup kitchen in New Brunswick and are active in the NABC’s “Ticket to Reading Rewards” program.
In addition, players volunteer at the United Way’s Gifts for the Season program and deliver toys to children during the holidays via the Student Athlete Advisory Committee Toy Drive.

  Playing career

1987–1991 Fordham

Coaching career (HC unless noted)

1991–1994 ~ Fordham (asst.)
1994–1997 ~ Marquette (asst.)
1997–1998 ~ Niagara (asst.)
1998–2001 ~ Chicago State (asst.)
2004–2006 ~ Saint Joseph's (asst.)
2006–2007 ~ Pittsburgh (asst.)
2007–2010 ~ Robert Morris
2010–present ~ Rutgers


CAREER HEAD COACHING RECORD

Season   School             Overall Pct    Conf.     Pct.      Finish ~ Conf. Tournament
2007-08   Robert Morris   26-08 .765     16-2       .889       1st ~ Semifinals ~ NIT
2008-09   Robert Morris   24-11 .686     15-3       .833       1st ~ Champions ~ NCAA
2009-10   Robert Morris   23-12 .657     15-3       .833       T-1st ~ Champions ~ NCAA
2010-11   Rutgers           15-17 .469     5-13       .278        13th ~ Second Round   ---
2011-12   Rutgers           14-18 .438     6-12       .333        11th ~ First       ----
Totals                              102-66 .607   57-33       .633

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Birth Date: February 13, 1969 in Pittsburgh, Pa.
High School: Boardman (Ohio)
College: Fordham University; B.A. Communications, 1991
Wife: Kerry
Children: Michael (14) and Katie (12)

POSTSEASON APPEARANCES

As a head coach (3): NCAA (Robert Morris 2010 and 2009)
NIT (Robert Morris 2008)

As an assistant coach (7): NCAA (Pittsburgh 2007; Marquette 1997 and 1996; Fordham 1992)
NIT (St. Joseph’s 2006 and 2005; Marquette 1995)
As a player (3): NIT (Fordham 1991, 1990, 1988)



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Dr. Chris Stankovich: Staying in the Game
Combating Coach & Player Burnout
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"... The primary focus of my work today is to continue to help make youth and interscholastic sports a safe, fun, and meaningful environment for kids. In my effort to help in this cause, I continue to study the key psychosocial variables that have the most impact on student athletes, coaches, and parents.
 
My findings, tips, and insights are designed to be easily understood and immediately implemented when critical situations arise. I place a strong emphasis on life skills development through sports, and encourage all athletes to use the sport experience as a vehicle for success in life!

In order to do this, I teach athletes to identify and use athletic transferable skills, as well as how to lead healthy lives through safe and healthy training methods.  ..."
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Staying in the Game
Combating Coach Burnout
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• Stay fresh and keep a winning attitude
    all season long
• Effectively respond to signs of stress,
    staleness and coach burnout
• Lead your team to a championship season

with Dr. Chris Stankovich,
Athletic Counselor and National Expert in Sport Performance Science

The job of a sports coach can be incredibly demanding, often leaving coaches tired, stressed, and burned out (physically and emotionally). Unfortunately, when coaches feel overwhelmed, not only do they coach less effectively, but they also lose all the fun they previously experienced while coaching. Making things even more difficult for coaches who feel burned out from the job is the scarcity of educational resources afforded to coaches... until now !.

Staying in the Game: Combating Coach Burnout will teach coaches:

• Why it is important to learn about coach burnout and how it can impact
   physical and emotional health
• Risk factors that increase the likelihood for experiencing coach burnout
• The stages of coach burnout
• How coach burnout can impact personal life
• Tips to minimize burnout and maximize coaching and team success
• Strategic methods that will increase team cohesion and team attitude

Don't let burnout get the best of you. Live a healthier life  and improve your coaching success!


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Staying in the Game
Combating Player Burnout
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• Stay fresh and keep a winning attitude
    all season long
• Effectively respond to signs of stress, staleness,
    and athlete burnout
• Improve your energy, attitude and athletic success


with Dr. Chris Stankovich,
Athletic Counselor and National Expert in Sport Performance Science

The role of an athlete can be incredibly demanding, often leaving athletes tired, stressed, and burned out (physically and emotionally). Unfortunately, when athletes feel overwhelmed, not only do they play less effectively, but they also lose all the fun they previously experienced while playing sports. Making things even more difficult for athletes who feel burned out from playing is the scarcity of educational resources afforded to athletes... until now !.

Staying in the Game: Combating Athlete Burnout will teach athletes, parents, and coaches:

• Why it is important to learn about how athlete burnout can impact
   physical and emotional health
• Risk factors that increase the likelihood for experiencing
   athlete burnout
• The stages of athlete burnout
• How athlete burnout can impact personal life
• Tips to minimize burnout and maximize athletic success
• Strategic methods to employ to improve attitude, energy,
   and athletic success

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About Dr. Chris Stankovich

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Dr. Chris Stankovich is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a national expert in the field of sport psychology and offers individual athletic counseling services, peak performance products, and on-site sport seminars.

Widely known as “The Sports Doc” for his television work with Ohio News Network (ONN), Dr. Stankovich has helped thousands of athletes improve self-confidence and motivation, relax under pressure, improve focus and concentration, and inevitably "choke" less often under pressure!

Dr. Stankovich has been recognized nationally through appearances on ABC World News, USA Today, Street & Smith Sport Business Journal, and Fox National Sports Radio; and his has authored several books, including Positive Transitions for Student Athletes, The Parents Playbook and Sport


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"... Parents play an integral part in their child's motivations, behaviors, and attitudes. The Parent's Playbook assists parents with the critical issues associated with youth athletics and gives them important tips and tools they need to better communicate with their children and enhance their athletic experience. As a coach, I highly recommend this book for parents with children involved in sports. ..."
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"... Dr. Stankovich is a well-respected, leading national authority in sport psycholog-y and has helped thousands of athletes reach their full potential. His programs are very easy to learn and can be implemented for immediate on-field success. You don't have to have "psychological problems" to see the results from his mental training techniques. I highly recommend these products for all athletes, all ages and all skill levels! ..."
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Rick Majerus: The Encyclopedia of the 4-Out-1-In Motion Offense
Rick Majerus: The Encyclopedia
of the 4-Out-1-In Motion Offense
By Rick Majerus


This motion offense uses four perimeter players and one post player, and is a good offense to use when your team has good outside players and only a few post players.

Generally, we like to run the 4-out motion offense against man-to-man defenses.
However, you can use the 4-out, 1-in set as a zone offense, although the rules are different.
The now popular "dribble-drive motion offense" uses a 4-out set and very little screening.

• Learn everything you need to know about basketballs' 4-Out-1-In motion offense from six-time coach of the year, Rick Majerus
• Analysis and instruction of basketball's 4-Out-1-In motion offense
• Explains several keys, rules, cuts, screen, post moves, switches and reverse actions in this offense

With Rick Majerus, University of St. Louis Head Coach; former University of Utah Head Basketball Coach; 1998 National Coach of the Year, `94 Olympic Assistant Coach (Gold Medal) - "Dream Team II"
Carreer winning percentage of .741% - ranks fourth among NCAA Division I coaches


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Rick Majerus: Encyclopedia of the 4-Out-1-In Motion Offense


Over 4 hours of top-notch instruction with "the coach's coach," Rick Majerus, will help you and your team completely understand every facet of this effective offense!

The coaching style, teaching methods and spectacular presentation in this, "the most comprehensive presentation - on any offense - ever," will allow you, regardless of your coaching level, to implement the 4-out1-in motion offense and will put you in a better position to win. By using this potent offense, Coach Majerus has averaged 21 wins a year and has never had a losing season in his 19-year coaching career.

Rick Majerus and the 4-out1-in motion offense are responsible for orchestrating 422 collegiate wins, 11 NCAA Tournaments appearances, four Sweet Sixteen appearances and the National Runner-up finish in 1998. After 32 years in coaching, Majerus unveils the secrets of this powerful offense giving you the opportunity to learn from one of the greatest minds in basketball today.

Majerus has created an offense that will put your team in a position to go from good to great and from great to phenomenal. In this presentation, he builds the 4-out 1-in offense before your eyes and includes all of the keys, rules, cuts, screens, post moves, switches and reverse actions.

This 4-out-1-in motion offense will help neutralize a more talented opponent and it will take away a home court advantage when you're on the road. Coach Majerus thoroughly teaches his 14 Keys to the 4-Out-1-In and highlights his Eight Rules for Effective Offense that must be followed to efficiently run the 4-out-1-in.

After reviewing the basic principles, Majerus demonstrates the proper positioning and spacing for all five players. He gives an in-depth discussion of why you might want to use this offense and how to use it to your greatest advantage. He teaches several counters, reads, options and plays that can enhance the basic motion, including: baseline drives, plays for perimeter or post opportunities, and a special down screen series.

All of these options are designed to create excellent scoring opportunities. Majerus progressively combines all of his individual drills to build this dominating offensive system. Coach Majerus does an amazing job of effectively sharing the secrets of one of the most feared offenses in the game of basketball.

His tactics, techniques and principles show how easy it is to implement and how hard it is to stop. Majerus provides extensive game footage to help reinforce the basic principles. This DVD is conveniently broken down into chapters to make finding any segment easy.


Rick Majerus: Complete Guide to the Triangle and Two Defense


About Coach Rick Majerus

"... Rick Majerus (born February 17, 1948 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin) is an American college basketball coach, and the men's basketball head coach at Saint Louis University. He coached previously at Marquette University (1983-1986), Ball State University (1987-1989), and the University of Utah (1989-2004).

Majerus graduated from Marquette University High School in 1966 and then attended Marquette, where he tried-out as a walk-on in the 1967 season. He did not play for Marquette, but stayed on as a student assistant. He graduated in 1970 with a degree in history. He began coaching eighth-graders at St. Sebastian Grade School in Milwaukee, then coached freshmen high schoolers at Marquette University High School. He was an assistant coach with the Marquette Warriors for 12 years, under mentor Al McGuire until 1977, and under Hank Raymonds until taking over as head coach himself in 1983. After three years as head coach at Marquette, and a 56-35 record, he became an assistant coach with the National Basketball Association's Milwaukee Bucks for the 1986–87 season. He coached at Ball State during the 1987-88 and 1988-89 seasons, finishing with a record of 43-17.

He was an assistant coach under Don Nelson for the US national team in the 1994 FIBA World Championship, winning the gold medal.

He led Utah to the Final Four in 1998, eventually losing to Kentucky in the National Championship Game. He was greatly affected by the loss, and claims to be able to recap the last six minutes of the championship game second by second. While at Utah, he was known for living out of a hotel room, noting that he liked that "There’s clean towels, my bed is turned down every night and there’s a mint on my pillow, no matter what psychological or emotional crisis the maid is going through." He left Utah in January 2004 after 15 seasons and 323 victories in part to get control of his health; he claimed to have undergone seven heart bypass operations.

Majerus was known to berate and verbally abuse his players. Lance Allred, who wrote about it in his autobiography "Longshot" told of his three years at Utah and how Majerus would humiliate him, often targeting his disability, Allred being partially deaf and requiring hearing aids. Allred transferred after the 2001-02 season and Majerus was later "cleared of any wrongdoing". While at Ball State and Utah, Majerus was considered a major candidate for numerous major head coaching positions, including UCLA, St. John's, UNLV, Arizona State, Notre Dame, Minnesota, Texas, Wisconsin, San Diego State and the NBA’s Golden State Warriors.


Rick Majerus - Offensive Theories


On December 15, 2004, Majerus was hired as coach of the University of Southern California basketball team; he was to replace interim coach Jim Saia, himself replacing fired coach Henry Bibby, with Majerus taking over effective April 1, 2005. His contract was scheduled to pay him $5 million over five years.  He gave an energetic and humorous press conference on the day of his hire, but also noting "I hope I die here. I hope I coach here the rest of my life." In order take the position, he needed to buy himself out of his contract as an analyst for ESPN.

However, Majerus unexpectedly resigned only five days later in a somber, and at times weeping, press conference. He apologized to the university and stated that his health and fitness were not yet at a stage where he thought he could perform his new duties, noting "I wanted this job so bad I was in denial where my health actually is [. . .] I realized [USC] wasn’t getting the guy they hired. I came to that conclusion myself. I’m not fit for this job by my standards."

He worked as a game and studio analyst for ESPN from 2004–2007. He made the statement while watching the University of Kentucky play in the 1996 championship that if he saw Ashley Judd before he went back to the hotel, he would not have to rent a pay per view movie.

Majerus is something of a fan favorite and cult figure around college basketball, known for his rotund figure and his quirky, jovial personality. Rick enjoys bratwursts. He has had a history of heart trouble which led to his resignation from Utah.

On April 27, 2007, Majerus accepted the head coaching position at Saint Louis University. His contract is for six years.

On March 22, 2010 (Saint Louis vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay) Majerus was spotted breaking - out of frustration - a laptop that was on press row. ..."

Coaching Awards

• National Coach of the Year - Basketball Times 1991; UPI 1991; Playboy 1992 & 1998; and John Wooden 1998
• NABC District Coach of the Year - 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
• Region Coach of the Year - Basketball Times 2003
• Conference Championships - 11
• National Runner-Up - 1998
• NCAA appearances - 12
• Sweet 16 - 1991, 1996
• Elite 8 - 1997, 1998
• 6 Academic All Americans
• 44 students received honor roll


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Number of discs: 3
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Run Time: 252 minutes


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By Pat Summitt


One reason Pat is a good leader is that not only is she trying to lead others, she is also serving as a leader to herself.

She continually evaluates her own strengths and weaknesses; “When you identify your weaknesses, you can begin to remedy them – or at least figure out how to work around them.” (Reach for the Summit).

By continually setting new professional goals, she has been able to stay on top of her coaching game for so many years.
Pat is not willing to settle for the here and now.

She is one who constantly is trying to better herself and those around her.
By having a solid base on which to form her team, she has been able to redefine women’s basketball, blowing through the glass ceiling.

All Access Women Basketball by Pat Summitt

Pat Summitt's Mastering Special Situations

Pat Summitt's winning program at Tennessee is model for all sports teams. In this basketball DVD, Coach Summitt will explore insights on handling special situations. Also included are pressure, press break, zone offense, attacking junk defenses and late game situations.

Handling pressure applies to situations on and off the floor. Offensive execution is important when facing a myriad of situations from your opponent.

The initial choices are to quickly in bound the ball or set up to attack the press. "Special" is a play that releases the screener down the floor and throw the ball long. When ahead, Coach Summitt shows a play to get the ball in bounds successfully. The box press attack contains many features and alignments to beat full court pressure.

Summitt shows specifically how to beat the 1-2-1-1 press with the box press attack. Two difficult defenses to attack are the triangle and two and box and 1. In a 1-4 set, Summitt demonstrates how to defeat these junk defenses. In addition, Summitt shows several strategies to win games with a baseline out of bounds play and a set with 15 seconds left.

70 minutes. 2008.


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Pat Summitt's Building a Championship Team with the Definite Dozen

Pat Summitt has established one of the greatest programs in the history of the game.

She shares how to build a championship basketball team with her "Definite Dozen," a guideline for on and off the court character traits.

A beginning coach is not provided with an instruction book for coaching.

Coach Summitt believes that your instruction book comes directly from your system. Respect is another cornerstone of the system.

Responsibility is all about team - that is, knowing your job and the job of everyone else on your team.

Good coaches exhibit good listening and communication skills to relate to players and coaches. Communication on and off the floor is crucial.

52 minutes. 2008.


Pat Summitt's Building a Championship Team with the Definite Dozen


All Access Women Basketball by Pat Summitt

Pat Summitt's Game Preparation

Legendary coach Pat Summitt brings a well prepared team to the floor every game. Her ability to get her team ready to play hard and execute is one of her many talents. Players must be informed about their opponent but not overwhelmed with information.

The first item for players to lock into is the opponent's personnel. Knowing the offensive attack of the opponent includes their transition, primary man offense, sets, zone sets and out of bounds plays.

On the floor, Coach Summitt's plan is to work on shooting drills, pressure releases, shell offense and defensive breakdown. The scouting report examines every defensive situation that could occur.

Each player must know exactly what is expected in these situations. At the end of the shoot around, players will defend the opponent's out of bounds plays. During practice much of the activity is the same.

On this DVD you will see practice drills such as; Post feeds, pressure releases, post double team, beating pressure with various cuts, shell offense featuring set plays, game shooting, free throws, defensive breakdown, post dive, main offense, baseline and sideline out of bounds.

67 minutes. 2008.


Pat Summitt's Game Preparation


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Pat Summitt's Defensive Scouting Report

Coach Summitt offers a unique look at pre-game preparation during a practice session with the Lady Vols. This presentation begins with offensive breakdown drills early in the practice. A variety of shots will be taken during several shooting drills. Defending the dribble drive is crucial for good man-to-man defense.

Summitt feels this is the most difficult thing in team defense. This segment of practice includes many different drills. These drills include the close out, one-on-one defense, 2-on-2 defense, 3-on-3 defense, defensive rotation, turn defense and keeping out of middle.

To emphasize the importance of defense, Summitt always makes a goal for the defenders in practice drills. Three consecutive box outs and defensive stops are the goal for the defensive half court drill.

Shelling offensive sets come next in the practice plan. This will give coaches the opportunity to teach sets as they play. Added to this drill is defensive transition after a shot is taken 5-0. The next step is to play 5-on-5 with defensive transition.

Putting things together, the next segment is scrimmaging against the zone defense. The workout ends with a shooting drill mixed with conditioning. Game footage shows Summitt's team executing the defensive game plan.

59 minutes. 2008.


Pat Summitt's Defensive Scouting Report


About the Pat Summitt’s Definite Dozen

"...To Stay at Tennessee, you have to be:
•  Responsible
•  Respectable
•  Loyal
•  Honest

To Perform at Tennessee, you have to:
•  Work Hard
•  Play Smart
•  Put the Team Before Yourself
•  Have a Winning Attitude

To Be Successful at Tennessee you have to:
•  Be Coachable
•  Accept Your Role
•  Handle Success and Failure
•  Be a Competitor

We require each member of our Lady Vol basketball team to know our 'Definite Dozen' and commit to honoring each one. If you will use this 'Definite Dozen' as a guideline for everyday living, you will not only become a better basketball player, but a better person. ..." from Pat Summitt, Head Women's Coach,
University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers



Pat Summitt’s Definite Dozen

1. Respect Yourself and Others
2. Take Full Responsibility
3. Develop and Demonstrate Loyalty
4. Learn to be a Great Communicator
5. Discipline Yourself so No One Else Has To
6. Make Hard Work Your Passion
7. Don’t Just Work Hard, Work Smart
8. Put the Team Before Yourself
9. Make Winning an Attitude
10. Be a Competitor
11. Change is a Must
12. Handle Success Like You Handle Failure


Primary Break: One on one


Praises for Pat Summitt Basketball By Pat Summitt
What Makes an Effective Leader

I have recently been introduced to an arena of leaders I had never before considered, sports. Our society places such a high level of focus on sports beginning with little league, high school, college, professional, and up to the Olympics. These athletes continue to grow and constantly strive to be better. When goals are achieved, they take the time to reflect on their accomplishments and proceed in setting new goals.

In the background, these athletes have somebody who is constantly pushing and encouraging them not to be satisfied with where they are; their coach. Pat Summitt is the Head Coach for the University of Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team and has been said to be the “all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history men or women”.

She has been the Head Coach of the Lady Vols for 31 seasons and has run the gambit as far as wins and losses. Her focus is not necessarily on winning, but on making sure her players are giving their all and reaching their potential because when that happens, the win is to follow. Often times her methods are looked upon as being insensitive and animated, however Pat is a firm believer in work hard, play hard.

Throughout her career, Pat has been asked what her formula is for her unbelievable success. She has developed a set of rules she expects all her players to know and live by; The Definite Dozen. The Definite Dozen is more less a “set of commandments” (Reach for the Summit). The Definite Dozen gives the Lady Vols their foundation upon which they build their team. Without a foundation in which to build upon, at any moment the structure could collapse and you would have to build all over again. One of these mentioned principles can not exist without the other.


About The Definite Dozen

Respect Yourself and Others is the first of the Definite Dozen. Respect is something that is earned and in order to receive it, you must give it; even to yourself. Before others can respect you, you must first respect yourself. Earning others respect is difficult, but if you have confidence in your abilities and give it your all at all times, others will begin to respect you. If Pat feels that somebody on the team is disrespecting her, she will call the player on it because in order for the team to succeed, they must trust and respect Pat’s calls.

Take Full Responsibility is an important part of any interaction, regardless if it is individual or team related. Inevitably we all make mistakes and there comes a time where we have to pay the price, humbling as it may be. The ability to take responsibility comes with maturity. One way in which Pat teaches responsibility is by establishing rules that all players must abide by during the season, and hold each player accountable.

Develop and Demonstrate Loyalty is a key component to the Lady Vols. Pat is honest in her comments regarding her staff saying that she hired them because they were better than in her those particular areas and trusts their judgment. Pat allows for her management team to discuss their ideas and entertains their opinions, even if they are contrary to her beliefs. When they come up with different ideas, she does not assume that they are disloyal; she understands everyone has different opinions. If there are any disagreements on the management team, it is done behind closed doors and when in front of the team, they are a unified front. This helps breed a positive culture in which to strive.

Lean to Be a Great Communicator appears to be one of Pat’s biggest sources of frustration. She believes that communicating both verbally and physically is as equally important on the court as it is off. Both during practice and games, Pat can be seen and heard yelling at her players. In order to perform at their best, there needs to be a constant flow of communication between the players and with the coach because if there is a lacking of it, opportunities are going to be missed. This is just as true in the business world as it is in team sports. If there is ambiguity, then the competition can come in and defeat you.

Discipline Yourself So No One Else Has To is the fifth in the Definite Dozen. “Discipline is the internal mechanism that self-motivates you” (Reach for the Summit). It is at the core of leadership. In order to be an effective leader, you yourself must be disciplined and lead by example. Nobody likes to be the bad guy but it is a necessary a function of a leader; letting the “team” know that there are consequences. Pat believes that disciple should be fair, firm, and consistent (Reach for the Summit). As Head Coach, she is sure to let each player know when they were not behaving appropriately and they in turn are reprimanded in front of the whole team, not only teaching them about their lack of discipline, but a little humility as well.

Make Hard Work Your Passion is a fundamental part of working towards a goal. Pat once said “I just can’t relate to people who don’t want to be at the top of their game everyday and [don’t] want to compete on every play.” (abcnews.com). If something is worth doing, it should be worth doing it right and it should be worth doing 100%. Trying to be your best is what should drive you, regardless of your field.

Don’t Just Work Hard, Work Smart refers not only to those doing physical work, but leaders as well. The best leaders are able to recognize their limitations and weaknesses and surround themselves with managers who are better than they are in those areas; by doing this the leader is able to focus on what they do best and allow others to do what they do best. Working smarter.

Put The Team Before Yourself is Pat’s way of saying one for all and all for one. In teamwork, it is important that you can rely on those around you and vice versa. It is more of an emotional state of mind and develops out of respect. If an individual is only out for themselves, they can not be relied upon during game time because it is not known whose interest they are thinking of first. “You win in life with people and if you think you can do this alone, you’re wrong.”

Make Winning an Attitude is as simple as it sounds. If you think you can and will win, chances are you will behave as such and in the end, you will. For business decisions and sports teams, attitude makes a difference. It is contagious and those around you can feel your confidence. “A lot of players come and go, but the great ones leave and other great ones arrive”.

Be a Competitor is saying that you need to out there to win it, no matter what it takes. Sometimes this works against the norm because competitors are not out there to make friends; they are out there to win. This builds on itself because the more a competitor wins, the more they want to win and the more driven they are to achieve that goal. This is never a boring state to be in, it is always in constant motion and leading to change, the next in line of the dozen.

Change Is a Must no matter what you are doing. As mentioned in the paragraph above, to be a better competitor than you were last time, you must be willing to analyze the environment and be willing to change things to catch the opponent of guard. If the rules never change, than sooner or later you will be defeated.

Handle Success Like You Handle Failure is saying that you learn equal amounts from both outcomes, although one feels better than the other. Without failure, you can never truly appreciate how good success feels. By learning what doesn’t work allows you to reexamine the game plan and make the necessary improvements in order to be successful next time.

Like most rules, the Definite Dozen circle back on each other, so to break one of the rules is breaking them all. In order to succeed, all the rules must be followed. These “commandments” are at the core of Pat’s leadership style and have become the culture of the Lady Vols. By using these rules as a foundation for the team, Pat believes that her believers become achievers.

Compassion and Leadership

Another key aspect that allows Pat to be an effective leader is her compassion for her players and the relationships she develops with each one off the court. By building a report, she can better understand the players, their goals, and what motivates them. Knowing each player individually helps in building trust and respect for her both personally and for her position. She prides herself on the “incredible graduation rate of her players and the success they have garnered in life...”. Each player at Tennessee has either received their degree or is in the process of obtaining it and Pat likens it to the fact that she instills discipline in each player.



Another reason Pat is a good leader is that not only is she trying to lead others, she is also serving as a leader to herself. She continually evaluates her own strengths and weaknesses; “When you identify your weaknesses, you can begin to remedy them – or at least figure out how to work around them.” (Reach for the Summit).

By continually setting new professional goals, she has been able to stay on top of her coaching game for so many years. Pat is not willing to settle for the here and now. She is one who constantly is trying to better herself and those around her. By having a solid base on which to form her team, she has been able to redefine women’s basketball, blowing through the glass ceiling.

Pat Summitt is “intense, demanding, focused . . . very caring” and yet also has a reputation for burning hot, being overly demanding, setting to many rigid rules, and acting irrational during games. Pat has broken all the rules of women as leaders and has been essential in redefining women’s basketball. “Long-term, repetitive success is a matter of building a principled system and sticking to it. Principles are anchors; without them you will drift.” (Reach for the Summit ). Because of her firm belief in her team, herself, and the Definite Dozen, Pat Summitt and the Lady Vols continue to rank in the top of women’s basketball.


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Pat Head Summitt (born on June 14, 1952) is an American women's college basketball coach. She is currently the head coach of the Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team. She has been coaching since 1974, all with the Lady Vols, winning 8 national championships. She is the all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history, men or women in any division, and one of only three collegiate coaches with 1,000 victories (Gene Bess of Three Rivers Community College and Harry Statham of McKendree University being the other two).

She has written two books (with the help of Sally Jenkins), Reach for the Summit (part motivational book, part biography) and Raise the Roof (about the Lady Vols' undefeated season in 1997–1998, in which they won the Women's NCAA championship).


Pat Summitt - America's Best Leaders 2007



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•  Region: All Regions
•  Format: Color, Director's Cut, Full Screen
•  Language: English
•  Number of discs: 4 ~ It's also possible to but each DVD separately !
•  Studio: Championship Productions
•  Run Time: Over 250 minutes


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