Pat Summitt's ability to change with the times is impressive. But her ability to live outside the confines of the times is really what has made the Tennessee coach so successful.
When is it almost a disadvantage to be a No. 2 seed? Will UConn meet its archrival in St. Louis? Who else will be there? More predictions for the 2009 NCAA tournament.
In the first half, Tennessee was a team without a solution at point guard. In the second, Rutgers fell victim to it. In the end, the Lady Vols rallied for a 55-51 victory.
Tennessee's always-reliable defense shut down Stanford in overtime Sunday. But it had some cover from the offense, as underclassmen Shekinna Stricklen and Angie Bjorklund combined for 41 points.
Which region is the toughest? Which under-the-radar teams could make a run? Graham Hays answers the bracket's five biggest questions.
You can break the women's NCAA tournament field into two groups: Seven powerhouses ... and 57 other teams.
No Candace Parker? No problem. At least, it wasn't Wednesday when the Tennessee star was benched. Her teammates picked her up, and if that's their New Year's resolution, it's a scary proposition for future opponents.
Make no mistake, UNC deserves the label of tournament favorite. But there are a host of challengers capable of making life at the top unpleasant.
As wonderful a career as Pat Summitt has had, Graham Hays can't help but wish she'd accepted one more challenge: coaching men.
Shanna Zolman's shot, Tasha Humphrey's poise and Katie Feenstra's post-up game are must-sees in the Sweet 16.