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Barry GewenMost people would take pride in such accomplishments, but not Auriemma. He remains fearful, haunted. His only certainty is that it will all come crashing down around him. It's little wonder his players feel so protective toward him. Clearly, his outsider's insecurities — as an immigrant, a poor kid, a man in a woman's game — go a long way toward explaining his success. They also explain much of the charm of this book.
— The New York Times