Pat Summitt made it clear. She won't accept a "pity party."
When she sat on the bench angrily stamping her feet, or locked in on one of those orange Tennessee jerseys like she was trying to melt the player inside, Pat Summitt looked like one of the toughest coaches you ever laid eyes on. The world seemed to be running on her schedule instead of the other way around.
Tennessee's Pat Summitt plans to coach "as long as the good Lord is willing" despite recently being diagnosed with early onset dementia.
Pat Summitt struggled for several months with how to tell the women's basketball players at Tennessee, recruits and fans that she was having memory loss problems.
Pat Summitt doesn't get overwhelmed too often. So she resorted to what's becoming an old standby as she was inducted into her fifth Hall of Fame on Friday.
Skylar Diggins turned the NCAA tournament into her own coming out party.
Nikki Caldwell says when she accepted the head coaching job at LSU over the weekend, Pat Summitt was the among the first to call with congratulations.
The teams are different. These players have never met before. That was all in the distant past.
Tennessee's second-round win over Marquette was a little too close for comfort, so the Lady Vols had a team meeting this week to discuss what needs to change to make a Final Four run.