Randy Rahe Weber State Wildcats Offense
Here are two 1-4 high set plays from Weber State head coach Randy Rahe. During his first ten years, he won 208 games and has won Big Sky Coach of the Year 4 times (2007, 2009, 2010, & 2014). He has finished in the top 3 in the Big Sky 9 out of 10 years, including five 1st place finishes. Before taking over as the head coach for the Wildcats, Rahe was an assistant at several programs including Utah, Utah State, Colorado State, Denver, Colorado, and Colorado College. He graduate from Buena Vista University in Iowa and played both basketball and baseball while in college. He started his coaching career at the high school level before jumping into the college game in 1988.
Randy Rahe Weber State Wildcats 1-4 High Offense – Baseline Action
The play starts with 1 dribbling to the right and 2 moving down to the block to screen for 3 running across the baseline. 5 moves down to the opposite block, and cuts off of a cross screen from 2 once 3 has the ball in the corner. If 5 isn’t open, he turns around to set a re-cross screen for 2. 3 dribbles up the wing and looks to pass to 2 for a shot.
Randy Rahe Weber State Wildcats 1-4 High Offense – High Cross
2 and 3 run across the floor rubbing off of 5 and 4 at the elbows. 1 passes to 3 on the right wing then makes a shallow cut to the corner. 4 screens across for 5 then rolls to the basket. 3 looks to pass to 5 who looks hi/lo to 4. If the hi/lo isn’t there, 5 swings the ball to 2 who looks for a shot or for the pass inside to 4. 5 and 3 set a backside staggered screen for 1 who cuts up for a shot.