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The Foul That Gripped a Nation

The call that gripped the nation. 

Last night in the Iowa – UConn women’s basketball game, with 4 seconds left, the refs made a call against UConn that handed the ball over to the Iowa Hawkeye women and basically ended the game since Iowa was ahead.

Labron James, the NBA superstar, didn’t like the call.

Angel Reese who was just kicked out of the tournament by Iowa and Clark also complained it was not a foul.

Friday night after the game, one of the ESPN announcers said “That call sucked”.

Two great basketball players who likely are jealous of the exposure that Caitlin Clark has brought to the game said that it was a terrible call and that the players should win the game, not the refs.

Taurasi is toxic – her jealousy is toxic.

However, after further review, this was clearly a moving pick.

Yes, it was a moving screen.

It was a foul and the refs made the correct call. Iowa wins.

5 thoughts on “The Foul That Gripped a Nation”

  1. I hadn’t heard of Caitlin Clark until you talked about her on the radio show you were doing just before you went over to Lindell TV, thank you. I’ve been rooting for the Iowa girls ever since. Also I love you show. You talk about the TRUTH. The offense foul at the end of the game was obviously the right call. It was a illegal screen she was moving and stuck her shoulder into the other girl. We watched a little bit of the ESPN commentators at the end of the game they should both be removed from the network. They basically said the referees sucked.

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