5/1 2:17 AM Yeah, not really too familiar with this format either. Wish it was more setup like an e-mail thing.
Still trying to pin down an apartment complex to move into. Would love to be in Kennesaw still possible I might, but Marietta is cheaper.
Need to get in touch with John Ford. I think he's around the area as well, but haven't talked to or seen him in years. Haven't seen Colin either, but do remember him telling me that he's moving to New York for school. So I'm sure he hasn't been in the area for a while.
Shoot me your e-mail if possible. I have one or two of your old ones, but don't think you use them any more.
3/17 1:34 PM Hey man, talk about turn-of-events. Will be moving about ten minutes from you right off of the 120 loop in August. Didn't remember until the other day I know someone in the area, but couldn't remember what part of the northwest you lived in.
My older brother and his wife live right off wade green and wooten lake (right across from the lake). So I'm over in that direction a good bit throughout the year.
Anyway man, hope everything is going great with the family. Hopefully I'll find a better way than this to catch up with you soon.
12/25 8:39 AM Sorry it's taken a while to get back to you. I honestly didn't notice the message.
Regarding your question, I'm a former player and current coach. Played a little NAIA ball as a walk on and have been coaching for 6 years or so. Been to several coaching camps and got to learn under guys like Coach K, Don Meyer, Bobby Knight. I've also studied Roy Williams, Dick Bennett, etc... Fortunate enough to be able to talk to several local coaches at Kennesaw State and Berry and learn what they do.
From all that, our staff has formulated our own scheme. Bobby Knight said it best when offensively he stated "we don't teach you plays, we teach you HOW to play." We very much subscribe to that philosophy and do as Coach K does and teach systematically several principals we ask our kids to abide by. Those scenarios are what we drill on a daily basis as most of what we do is read and react running a few different sets now and again.
Defensively, we are almost exclusively a man attack in the 1/2 court set with some cool traps scenarios that we unleash depending on the development of our group. Right now, with a young group we're just double the post.
I believe in our staff and very few staffs in the state can boast that they have 3 former collegiate players coaching on it. We basically take a collegiate system and strip it down so HS players can run it.
If you want to know specifics, just give me a shout and I'll be happy to share anything I know.