Bo Ryan Wisconsin 1-4 High Stagger Double by Wes Kosel
Here is a set play from former Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach Bo Ryan. Ryan was the head coach at Wisconsin from 2001-2015, winning 364 games in 15 years. In his entire career, he compiled a 747-233 record. Bo Ryan got his coaching start at the high school level in 1970’s and was an assistant at Wisconsin from 1976-1984. He then took over for NCAA Division III Wisconsin Platteville, and led them to four NCAA Division III National Championships (1991, 1995, 1998, and 1999). At Platteville, he won over 80% of his games and had two undefeated seasons. He never lost more than five games in a season from 1987-1999. In 1999, he took over at Wisconsin Milwaukee as the head coach and stayed there for two seasons. He then moved to Wisconsin as the head coach in 2001. At Wisconsin, he led the Badgers to back-to-back Final Four appearances (2014 and 2015), 3 Big 10 Tournament Championships, and 4 Big 10 Regular Season Championships. He was also named Big 10 Coach of the Year four different times (2002, 2003, 2013, and 2015).
Bo Ryan Wisconsin Badgers Set Play
1-4 High Stagger Double
The play starts with a pass to the right wing and a UCLA action between 5 and 1 (1 cuts to the block off of the back screen from 5 at the elbow. 2 then passes to 5 stepping out to the perimeter. Once 5 has it, 1 cuts off of a staggered screen on the left side of the floor from 4 and 3. If 1 gets the ball without a shot, 4 spaces out to corner and 3 now cuts off of the staggered screen from 2 and 5 on the right side. The action can continue as long as needed until a shot is open on the wing. The guards can look to curl the stagger as well.
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