Holly Warlick hasn’t mastered The Stare.
She can stomp shoe to hardwood with the best of them. Her voice cuts through the noise of the crowd. She waves her arms in much the same way she did as an All-America guard more than three decades ago.
The Stare? That’s not in her repertoire.
“That’s Pat,” she says. “Nobody could do it like Pat. I don’t even try.”
“Pat,” of course, is Pat Summitt, the legendary coach of the Tennessee Lady Vols and Warlick’s mentor. Summitt is known for a lot of things, but ask her former players what they remember most and many will offer stories about their most memorable encounter with The Stare.
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