Since coach McGuff was an assistant under coach McGraw I think they will have more to say to each other.
It would be interesting to look at whether or not there is more movement between schools within the assistant coaching ranks of the men's teams vs. the women's teams. When you work with a lot of different head coaches and assistant coaches you are more likely to develop personal relationships with them and the coaching fraternity becomes more of a bond between them.
From outward appearances it seems like this is less developed in the women's game. A lot of former players seem to come back to their alma mater and work for the mentor and then take over the reins when they retire. I don't have any numbers to support this so it is just speculation.