THE GREATEST: This Pat Summitt Tribute Video Will Bring A Tear To Your Eye

Pat Summitt, the long time Tennessee Volunteers' women's basketball coach, died Tuesday at the age of 64. She is without a doubt the greatest women's coach in basketball history. 

Summitt posted a career record of 1,098­-208 (.841), the most wins in Division I college basketball history for both men's and women's coaches. She led the Lady Vols to 31 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances and 22 Final Fours in her 38 years of coaching, including eight national championships.

Perhaps most impressive is that every single one of her players at Tennessee graduated. She stepped away from coaching after the 2011-12 season after being diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. 

This video from YouTube user the CNTaco is a fitting tribute to the legendary coach. 

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