The years before the Large Hadron Collider turned on saw an active study of alternatives to the Standard Model Higgs boson. Some of this proposed new physics was nonperturbative. A number of researchers adapted the techniques of lattice gauge theory to see if the proposed scenarios were theoretically viable. I recently completed an article for Reviews of Modern Physics on this subject. This talk is an excerpt from the article and gives a big-picture overview of the possibilities for beyond Standard Model physics which have seen lattice activity.