It may not be a revenue producing sport, but LSU obviously wants to win in women's basketball.

LSU made trips to the Final Four under former coaches Pokey Chatman and Van Chancellor and when the program took a slight step back the last couple of years, LSU made a move.

Not only in personnel, but in commitment.

New head coach Nik

ki Caldwell could make as much as $900,000 a year with incentives as the new Lady Tigers' coach.  That's quite a chunk of change for a program that loses a couple of mil a year.

Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett News writes more about it in theadvertiser.com

http://www.theadvertiser.com/article/20110405/SPORTS/104050322/1006/sports/Caldwell-said-no-then-yes-LSU