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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Jody Conradt
The University of Texas will honor former women's coach Jody Conradt with a 7-foot bronze statue inside the Longhorns' basketball arena.
The three people standing near the sculptured trophy of a man reaching down to a youngster have a lot in common.
"It always seemed she had no vulnerability," Conradt said. "She's the solid rock everyone looked up to. ... I'm very happy she's not going to walk off the court at this point. When you have made it your life, there needs to be transition."
"It always seemed she had no vulnerability. She's the solid rock everyone looked up to," said former Texas coach Jody Conradt, another one-time rival. "I'm very happy she's not going to walk off the court at this point. When you have made it your life, there needs to be transition."