September 19, 2014
Baylor coach Kim Mulkey laughed at the idea.
Then, after giving it a little thought, she quickly declared herself the winner of a mythical NCAA women's tournament, one in which coaches played one on one to determine the winner of each round.
Like her Lady Bears, who are four games away from winning a second straight national championship, Mulkey feels she'd be a heavy favorite to win a coach versus coach tourney.
She might have a tougher time than Baylor would, because there would be some really stiff competition from LSU's Nikki Caldwell and South Carolina's Dawn Staley, who had stellar playing careers. For once, Geno Auriemma and Tara VanDerveer might not be the favorites to make the Final Four.
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