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Pieces falling into place for McGraw

Originally Published: April 4, 2011
By Mechelle Voepel | ESPN.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- No plant is really safe in Muffet McGraw's lawn. They take root at their own risk. Because there's a very good chance she's going to dig them up and rearrange them.

"They call me the transplant queen in my neighborhood," said McGraw, coach of Notre Dame's women's basketball program. "They'll say, 'What are you moving today?' when I come out. I buy it, I stick it in, and then I decide it is too tall or it doesn't match what was there. I think it's a kind of therapy. ...

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