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South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Dawn Staley has already established herself as one of the best coaches in the history of the sport, but after leading her team to a national championship on Sunday afternoon, she revealed that some people don’t want her to be the coach at all for reasons that have nothing to do with basketball.

During an interview with OutKick following Sunday afternoon’s national championship game over the Iowa Hawkeyes, Dawn Staley admitted that people don’t want her to be the head coach at South Carolina because she prays with her players.

“I have people who think what I do on game days should be banned,” Staley told Outkick. “[They think] I should not be the coach because of it.”

But Staley insists that she does not force anything upon her players and does everything she can to make sure everyone feels safe and not offended.

“I don’t force anything on our players, not anything,” she said. “I have [a player] that is a Jehovah’s Witness. When we do our prayers and our scripture, I ask her, does it offend her? Because if it did, we would do something different.”

It hasn’t cost Staley her job yet, so it’s pretty clear she’s going to keep doing it.