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UF women’s coach honors legendary Tennessee Vols Head Coach

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Tennessee Volunteers Head Coach Pat Summitt announced yesterday she’s stepping down after 38 seasons. Summit has been battling early on-set dementia.  WUFT-FM’s sister station WRUF Sports Radio 850’s Steve Russell spoke with Florida Women’s Basketball Head Coach, Amanda Butler, for her insights on the coaching legend.

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