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Dave Rose BYU SLOB Plays

Dave Rose BYU SLOB Plays by Wes Kosel

Here are four sideline out-of-bounds plays from Brigham Young Head Coach Dave Rose. Rose just completed his 11th season at BYU and went 26-11 making it to the NIT Semifinals. He has never had a losing season at BYU and has had single digit losses in a season seven times. Rose played at the University of Houston and was a member of the Phi Slama Jama team that finished as the national runner-up in the 1983 NCAA Tournament. Rose got his coaching start at Millard High School and jumped to the college game in 1987 as an assistant coach at Dixie College. He would serve as the head coach at Dixie College from 1990-1997 and would join the BYU staff as an assistant coach in 1997. He has been named the Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year on three different occasions (2006, 2007, and 2011).

In this video, you will see several ways that Brigham Young scores out of sideline out-of-bounds situations.

Brigham Young Sideline Out-of-Bounds Plays

SLOB Stagger Loop

BYU gets a 3-point shot off of this play by sending the guard around the staggered screen. Once he has cleared it, the top screener now sets a ball screen for the point guard and the guard cuts off of the bottom screener for the second time.

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SLOB Loop Counter

This play is a counter to the first with the guard now setting a back screen for the 5 man before cutting off of a down screen for a shot.

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SLOB Back Screen Ball Screen

This play uses a combination action back screen – ball screen at the top of the key.

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SLOB Horns Loop Handoff

BYU goes straight into a horns set after throwing the ball inbounds with this play. Coach Rose once again sends his guard on multiple loops to get a handoff from the big man.

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Click on the pdf link below to download the Dave Rose BYU SLOB Set Plays Playbook:

BYU SLOB Set Plays

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