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DEFENSIVE SCOUTING REPORT with Pat Summitt | Printable Playbook
Prepare your team with the same templates and reports that Pat Summit, Coach of the Century, used when preparing her 8 NCAA championship teams. Learn how to transform scouting reports into practice plans so your team is always ready and never surprised. Get this simple, fool-proof method in place for your team before your next big game. Buy now and access this this PDF on any mobile, tablet, or desktop devices. Print-ready.
| Pat Summitt Introduces her Philosophy
| How to Create a Scouting Report
| How to Scout Personnel
| Team Scouting vs Personnel Scouting
| Turning Scouting into a Practice Plan
| Shelling Your Offensive Game Plan
| Guarding Special Situations
| Pressure Releases: Deny the Wings
| Pressure Releases: Orange
| Pressure Releases: Blitz
| Pressure Releases: Blitz Variation
| Pressure Releases: Dive
| Pressure Releases: Double Team#1
| Pressure Releases: Double Team #2
| Pressure Releases: Double Team #3
| Pressure Releases: Double Team #4
| Pressure Releases: Invert
| Pressure Releases: Punch Rip Turn
Pat Summitt was truly a “one of a kind,” legendary American treasure and was recognized for her accomplishments in every area of life. She coached the University of Tennessee for 38 years, won 8 national championships and proudly had a 100% student-athlete graduation rate. She won 1,098 games, went to 18 NCAA “Final Fours,” never missed a NCAA tournament, won 32 SEC Championships and was awarded “Coach of the Year” 15 times. When she retired, she was the all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history. But clearly, hers is not just the story about a basketball coach.
- President Barack Obama honored her with the “Medal of Freedom.”
- She was the recipient of the Sports Illustrated “Sportswoman of the Year” Award and Glamour magazine’s “Woman of the Year” recognition.
- ESPN awarded Pat the prestigious “Arthur Ashe Courage Award.”
- US News and World Report named her one of the top fifty women leaders in America.
- Alongside her male counterpart, John Wooden, Pat received the Naismith Coach of the Century award.
- In 2016, Sporting News ranked the 50 All-Time Greatest American Sports Coaches (of all sports)
- The White House even named her one of the “Twenty-Five Most Influential Working Mothers.”
- Pat was also the first US Olympian to win medals as both a player (1976) and head coach (1984).
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