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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Coquese Washington
For each of the past two summers, Penn State coach Coquese Washington has visited Tara VanDerveer at the Stanford coach's New York home to talk basketball and, specifically, gather tips on the triangle offense.
Florida's return to the NCAA tournament has it longing for a deeper run the next time.
Maggie Lucas is perpetually in motion, cupping her hands to her ears to inspire the home crowd, or flashing three fingers after another clutch bucket. Her Penn State teammates are always on guard, prepped to be on the receiving end of an elevated chest bump after a game-changing run.
Penn State coach Coquese Washington called her team's defensive performance against Nebraska the worst of the season.
Bill O'Brien has quickly put to rest any notion that he plans to stick around as long as the last Penn State football coach.
Maggie Lucas ran figure 8s on an otherwise deserted practice court, taking turns shooting lay-ups and mid-range jumpers at three different baskets.
"I'm not in favor of it," Washington said of playing on Stanford's home floor. "It's an extremely difficult task to ask. I'm glad the NCAA has gone back to neutral sites in the regional next year moving forward. I think that's important for our game."
"I'm not in favor of it," Washington said of playing on Stanford's home floor. "It's an extremely difficult task to ask. I'm glad the NCAA has gone back to neutral courts going forward for the regional."