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"Madness" in the Coach's Closet

As college basketball fans settle in for the Final Four, let us consider the madness, not just of March, but of the fashion sported by the coaches of these young men and women.

To be blunt, it can be as eye-popping as an alley-oop or a buzzer-beating three-pointer.

This year's Final Four is no exception.

On the women's side, Baylor head coach Kim Mulkey sports crisply-tailored, brightly colored pantsuits in guiding her team to the national semifinals.

For the men, West Virginia's Bob Huggins goes for a more - much more - subdued look. His all black attire, highlighted with his now trademark windbreaker, might just be basketball fashion's equivalent to the mullet: business in front, party in the back.

See for yourself whether Huggins and Mulkey are worthy torchbearers for coaching fashion.

Below is a visual tour of some of the NCAA's most iconic coach outfits:

Coaching Duds Throughout NCAA Tournament History

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