My Account Wish List View Cart Checkout

Championship Productions Blog

Archives by Tag 'Bill Self'

Learn From the 2011 Men’s NCAA Elite Eight Coaches!

By mike.oconnell - Last updated: Saturday, March 26, 2011

Championship Productions would like to congratulate all the teams who made it to the Elite Eight for the 2011 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament! Championship Productions is proud to say it has partnered with many of the 2011 Men’s NCAA Elite Eight Coaches on various basketball DVD projects.  Learn the systems, tips, techniques, and drills that these outstanding coaches implemented within their programs…taking them to the top!

1 seed- Kansas Jayhawks (Bill Self)
2 seed- North Carolina Tar Heels (Roy Williams)
2 seed- Florida Gators (Billy Donovan)
3 seed- Connecticut Huskies (Jim Calhoun)
4 seed- Kentucky Wildcats (John Calipari)
5 seed- Arizona Wildcats (Sean Miller)
8 seed- Butler Bulldogs (Brad Stevens)




Go to Practice with the NCAA Basketball Tournament’s #1 Seeds!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, March 17, 2010

The All Access Basketball Practice DVDs show you how America’s top coaches organize and conduct the practices that have led them to a #1 seed in the 2010 NCAA Basketball Tournament!  Learn the tips, techniques, and drills that John Calipari, Pat Summitt, Bill Self, Mike Krzyzewski, and Geno Auriemma implement within their top seeded programs!

All Access Kentucky Basketball Practice with John Calipari
All Access Practice with Pat Summitt
All Access Kansas Basketball Practice with Bill Self
All Access Duke Basketball Practice with Mike Krzyzewski
All Access Practice with Geno Auriemma




2010 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket Announced!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, March 15, 2010

The pairings for 2010 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament were announced last evening (March 14, 2010).  Many of the participating programs’ coaches have produced basketball DVDs with Championship Productions.  The programs / coaches include:

Kansas (Coached by Bill Self)
Kentucky (Coached by John Calipari)
Duke (Coached by Mike Krzyzewski)
Syracuse (Coached by Jim Boeheim
West Virginia (Coached by Bob Huggins)
Villanova (Coached by Jay Wright)
Kansas State (Coached by Frank Martin)
Pittsburgh (Coached by Jamie Dixon
New Mexico (Coached by Steve Alford)
Maryland (Coached by Gary Williams)
Purdue (Coached by Matt Painter)   
Butler (Coached by Brad Stevens)
Michigan State (Coached by Tom Izzo)
Tennessee (Coached by Bruce Pearl)
Notre Dame (Coached by Mike Brey)
Richmond (Coached by Chris Mooney)
Clemson (Coached by Oliver Purnell)
UNLV (Coached by Lon Kruger)
Gonzaga (Coached by Mark Few)
California (Coached by Mike Montgomery)
Northern Iowa (Coached by Ben Jacobson)
Louisville (Coached by Rick Pitino)
Wake Forest (Coached by Dino Gaudio)
Georgia Tech (Coached by Paul Hewitt)
Florida (Coached by Billy Donovan)
Missouri (Coached by Mike Anderson)
San Diego State (Coached by Steve Fisher)
Minnesota (Coached by Tubby Smith)
Old Dominion (Coached by Blaine Taylor)
Washington (Coached by Lorenzo Romar)
Robert Morris (Coached by Mike Rice)




AP Division I Men’s Basketball Poll – 2/15/2010

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, February 15, 2010

Championship Productions has produced several basketball DVDs featuring coaches ranked in the AP Division I Men’s Basketball Poll.  The latest Top 25 was released on 2/15/2010 and features:

1.  Kansas (Coached by Bill Self)
2.  Kentucky (Coached by John Calipari)
3.  Villanova (Coached by Jay Wright)
4.  Purdue (Coached by Matt Painter)   
5.  Syracuse (Coached by Jim Boeheim)
6.  Duke (Coached by Mike Krzyzewski)
7.  Kansas State (Coached by Frank Martin)
8.  West Virginia (Coached by Bob Huggins)
9.  Ohio State
10.  Georgetown   
11.   Michigan State (Coached by Tom Izzo)
12.  New Mexico (Coached by Steve Alford)
13.  Gonzaga (Coached by Mark Few)
14.  Wisconsin
15.  Texas 
16.  BYU
17.  Vanderbilt
18.  Butler (Coached by Brad Stevens)
19.  Pittsburgh (Coached by Jamie Dixon
20.  Tennessee (Coached by Bruce Pearl)
21.  Temple
22.   Baylor
23.  Wake Forest (Coached by Dino Gaudio)
24.  Texas A & M
25.  Richmond (Coached by Chris Mooney)




Bill Self Wins 400th Career Victory!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Sunday, February 14, 2010

In less than 17 full seasons, Bill Self won his 400th career victory as the Kansas Jayhawks defeated the Iowa State Cyclones at Allen Fieldhouse.  Of the 400 victories, 193 came at Kansas, 55 at Oral Roberts, 74 at Tulsa, and 78 at Illinois.  Self won his first NCAA Championship in 2008, won the AP Coach of the Year and Henry Iba Award in 2009, and has won several regular season conference and tournament championships.  Self’s career winning percentage is 73.26%.




Archives

Drake University Continuing Education Gold Medal Guarantee Sign Up for our Newsletter Request a Catalog Testimonials Career Opportunities
1-800-873-2730
info@ChampionshipProductions.com
SecurityWorry-Free Shopping
Championship Productions, Inc. Follow danbergan on Twitter