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Fagan: Summitt inspired a generation

Pat Summitt brought respect to women's college basketball and made young players -- even those who weren't good enough to suit up for the Lady Vols -- want to be the best. Her legacy

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"Here's how I'm going to beat you. I'm going to outwork you. That's it. That's all there is to it." -Pat Summitt

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“Discipline helps you finish a job, and finishing is what separates excellent work from average work.” -Pat Summitt

Bob Holtzman ESPN 

Sad, rainy morning in Knoxville. Pat Summitt has passed away at 64.

Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

I can remember being intimidated only a few times in my career. Once was when I went to meet and interview Pat Summitt. She could not have been more welcoming, candid and interesting. We have lost an amazing person - not just a pioneer for women, but an example to all of us on how to be successful but decent, tough but kind, and above all, gracious always. As a woman I am indebted to her. As a person I am in awe of her.

Summitt brought gravitas to women's hoops

Mechelle Voepel explains the impact Pat Summitt had on women's basketball, what she meant to the game and to the state of Tennessee.


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Coach taught 'em well: WNBA's Candace Parker, Glory Johnson play with pride -- and heavy hearts -- for Pat Summitt.