What did Vandy do to deserve the wrath of the Lord and Pat Head Summitt? Vandy's fate began to take shape when Pat Summitt walked onto the court to coach her first game against Middle Tennessee State in 1974 in front of 53 people. It culminated tonight when #19 Vandy hosted the Lady Vols on their home court in front of a little over 13,000 fans hoping to see coach Summitt pocket win 900. The Lady Dores (careful how ya say that) trail the Lady Vols in the series 46-6. The Lady Bilts (again, careful) came into their home arena to find more Orange butts in the seats than black and gold ones, and faced the challenge of being eternally known as the goats that gave Coach Summitt win 900. Not the kind of thing one looks forward to telling the grand kids Buffy and Biff. Only making the defeat that much harder to bear, the Lady Dores led at the end of the half, and at one point by as many as 14 points. Just as the Vandy faithful began to think that they might actually win and that they wouldn't be the bookmark to yet another milestone of Volunteer success, reality set in. The Lady Vols came storming back to win the game 80-68. The only thing that surpasses coach Summitt's winning record is her graduation rate, and there too the Lady Vandy Dores have to take a back seat on the trip up the Summitt. Congrats to Pat and all the women who have so honorably worn the Orange and White over the years. You have made us all proud to be Tennessee Volunteers.