Anyway, how was the play?

So, Pat Summit got win number 1000 the other night.  At the Lady Dawg’s expense.  Nothing to see here. Move along.

I gotta admit, Pat Summit’s success sticks in my craw, too.  I am jealous of Tennessee’s amazing success.  The funny thing is that Andy Landers, by all rights, has had a stellar career.  However, he will always be compared to Summit, Vivian Stringer and some guy named Gino.  That is the way it goes.

I love Coach Landers.  I hope he has enough left in him to get that national champoinship before he retires.  Otherwise, he’ll forever be considered ‘the other guy’ in women’s coaching circles, something that just doesn’t seem right.


3 Responses to “Anyway, how was the play?”

  1. February 8, 2009 at 6:17 pm

    Andy’s a great guy. Growing up, my family was close with the Landers. Your post puts his career in a very real, yet unfortunately true light. Maybe she’ll retire sometime soon…

  2. 2 cousinwalter
    February 9, 2009 at 1:27 pm

    Bulldog, If Landers wants a championship he should start by recruiting better in state, keeping local talents like Maya Moore(currently at UCONN) closer to home.

  3. February 10, 2009 at 2:43 pm

    Even as a die-hard Dawg, I was glad to see Coach Summit get number 1000. She’s a class act. Too bad it came at our expense, but kudos nonetheless.

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