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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Debby Jennings
Tennessee's Holly Warlick insists she doesn't feel much pressure replacing one of the greatest figures in the history of women's basketball.
Pat Summitt said Friday she decided on her own not to continue coaching the Lady Vols and never felt Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart forced her out.
Pat Summitt said in an affidavit that she initially felt she was being forced to step down as the Lady Vols' basketball coach by Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart, who later told Summitt that she had misinterpreted his comments.
David Burkhalter, the lawyer representing Jennings, said the complaint never states that Summitt was forced out.
In the lawsuit, Jennings says Summitt informed her of Hart's intentions after that March meeting.