Former University of Tennessee college basketball coach Pat Summitt has died, according to a statement from the Pat Summitt Foundation. She was 64.Summitt died peacefully, surrounded by loved ones at a senior living facility in Knoxville, Tenn., her son Tyler Summitt said."She was more than a coach to so many — she was a hero and a mentor," her son said.Summitt, who coached the Lady Volunteers for 38 years, won 1,098 games and is the leader in all-time wins by a Division I college basketball...
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