I like Purdue’s chances…especially after reading this
Well, as they say, “changes are afoot” in college coaching circles…
When I read about John Beilein’s decision to leave Michigan and take the Cleveland job, I just shook my head.
It just didn’t make much sense to me…
Why leave a program that’s in the hunt for a national title for one that is…well, going to need some “returning” to say the least?
I will say this though, Matt Painter’s job just got a little easier.
With Beilein out of the picture and Purdue now a perennial contender in March, I’m liking the Boilermaker’s chances going forward.
Painter now has 3 Big Ten titles and 5 Sweet 16 Appearances in 11 trips to the NCAA Tournament (including 3 in a row).
I don’t know about you, but I put him in the top 3 active coaches.
With that in mind, I did some digging and got my hands on something…
I have the Purdue Boilermaker’s Playbook for you!
Very timely I thought.
If there’s one thing we can ALL agree on, it is that there are few teams with the ability to get open three-point shots with their set plays with the consistency of Purdue. (Dare I say no one?)
This playbook is divided into 6 sections.
Baseline OB Series
Straightforward. No BS.
And I have a SUPER imaginative title to match:
Purdue Boilermakers Offensive Playbook (hahaha…crazy original, I know.)
You’ll get 92 total pages with everything you’ll need to understand why Painter’s motion offense has consistently been one of the top 5 offenses in college ball in recent years.
If you’d like to see how Purdue does what they do so well: CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR INSTANT DOWNLOAD COPY TODAY!
See you courtside,