Vivian Stringer Gives Speech Nearly as Touching as it Is Long

NCAA women's basketball coach Vivian Stringer is being inducted into the Hall tonight, and the show organizers allowed plenty of time for her to speak. She certainly took advantage of the opportunity, speaking for over fifteen minutes.

Stringer's story is inspirational, and the time allotted to her was well deserved. The only somewhat odd moment came toward the very end, at which point she said that her 2007 Rutgers team, which reached the national championship game, was her worst team. The crowd's murmuring was audible, but ultimately, they gave her an impressive ovation when she was finished.

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