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By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Bill Guthridge
Tennessee's Holly Warlick insists she doesn't feel much pressure replacing one of the greatest figures in the history of women's basketball.
North Carolina is reliving a 28-year-old nightmare.
Alabama transfer Justin Knox plopped down in a chair, then found himself surrounded by about a dozen reporters on North Carolina's practice court.
Guthridge said he benefited from frequent contact with Smith.
"We continued to talk basketball through those three years, and he was very helpful to me," said Guthridge, who doesn't know Warlick personally. "Dean Smith was very smart. I'm sure Pat is very intelligent in how they handle everything. My guess is it's probably similar to what Tennessee has."