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Teaching Progression for the Scramble Defense

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with Richie Meade,
U.S. Naval Academy Men's Lacrosse Coach,
2004 National Coach of the Year,
2004 NCAA Runner-up

This DVD is dedicated to implementation of the Scramble Defense. A scramble, or unsettled situation, is where the offensive team has more people to attack than the defense has to defend. Building a solid 6-on-6 defense and strong Scramble play will allow you to accomplish your defensive goals. Coach Meade demonstrates a variety of unsettled situations that could potentially occur during the game. This exceptional marker board delivery begins with teaching the 2-on-1. This drill teaches players to make the opponent shoot from outside or take a low percentage shot. He progressively builds the defense from 2-on-1, to 3-on-2, 4-on-3, 5-on-4, up to 6-on-6. In each situation, Meade discusses key concepts and coverages. The difference between winning and losing could be your team's ability to handle unsettled situations. The drills and teaching in this DVD give your team an edge by being prepared for any scramble situation. Give your team its best chance to win by developing a winning Scramble Defense.

120 minutes. 2006.

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Teaching Progression for the Scramble Defense
on May 12, 2011
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
3/5 Stars

by Anonymous

It appears that there is really no such thing as the "Scramble Defense" as it is really just the Princeton Defense. If you want to learn the Princeton Defense, buy the video from the coach that created the defense, Bill Tierney, to watch first. Also, Bill has some other videos on general defensive philosophy that are worth buying and watching. After you have done that, if you have some extra cash, watching this video could be helpful because it explains the Princeton Defense using a different offensive set. It helped me see the Princeton Defense from different angles. It makes it easier to visual the defense. If you keep that in mind, the video can be helpful.

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