The Strengths and Weaknesses of Each Final Four Team's Head Coach

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The Strengths and Weaknesses of Each Final Four Team's Head Coach
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The field is set for the 2013 Final Four, and there’s no lack of variety among the quartet of head coaches.

On one end of the spectrum is Wichita State’s Gregg Marshall, who has four times as many NCAA tournament wins this March as he’d accumulated over his first 14 seasons of coaching. On the other, Rick Pitino towers over the field with more Final Four appearances (seven) than all but four other coaches in history.

With such a wide array of experience, it’s no surprise that each coach brings a very different set of assets (and flaws) to the table. Read on for a look at the best and worst attributes of all four coaches who are headed to Atlanta next weekend.

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