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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Controversy good for women's game

Leave it to Kim Mulkey-Robertson to know how to make a 31-point loss interesting.

Just throw in a tiff with a rival coach and even folks who aren't women's basketball fans will rubberneck at the train wreck.

This, though, is good for women's basketball. Heck, it's good for men's basketball.

In the SEC's glory days, these dust-ups occurred all the time. Remember Dale Brown vs. Rick Pitino? Or Pitino and Richard Williams?

Controversy can be good. In this instance, it has people caring about the womens' game. And that's something that may not have happened in years past.


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