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Tiger198813 months
Maurice was spot on with her comments. She gave a complement to Kaitlyn Clark and she told the media exactly like it should’ve been. They did not give Maurice all this. LSU teamed the attention that it deserved going in it to this final. It was all about Clark and Iowa. What she said was they didn’t respect her and her game and she just gave them a reason to respect her and her game.

Maurice was the MVP of that tournament. Without her that team falls completely apart. In fact, I can’t remember a tournament being one without great guard play. Mulkey knew exactly what she was doing.
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TigerCoon13 months
Maurice and Roose were both right.
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diat15013 months
Mulkey must have taken the girls to see red tails. Havent seen a team so motivated to win since saban took his boys out to see red tails before they played lsu.
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Nix to Twillie13 months
Red Tails was terrible
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cajunmud13 months
What's she so mad about? Every time the camera was on her face yesterday, she was snarling. Even right after we won, she looked like the refs had just robbed us of victory. WTH?
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BlackTiger8913 months
Competitive nature.. she wasn’t just a coach all her life.. she was one hell of a player to.. and the proof is in the books look her up..
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Geaux Guy13 months
They must have played up all this disrespect stuff prior to the game. Probably took the motivational stuff seriously - hey, whatever it takes. I mean, who would think black people could play basketball and even more, who would think athletes would talk a little trash? Again, it's super strange but whatever it takes - I guess...
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Mouche33713 months
Some of y'all are clowns! LSU just won a national championship for the first time in school history and some of y'all response was,"they talk too much trash!?" Show me a program (or person for that matter) that wins titles and doesn't talk trash! If trash talking ballers keep coming to LSU, back up the trash talk, and keep winning more titles, I'm completely fine with that! Haters gone hate regardless! Might as well give them a legitimate reason! Keep hoisting trophies!
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tigerpawl13 months
And turned the celebration into a public forum classless catfight. Tainted the entire moment. These girls need to get over themselves. It was utterly selfish - and embarrassing.
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BlackTiger8913 months
Y’all must of forgotten about salmon Augustus and Silva Fowles?? Big shite talkers!!
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ChineseBandit5813 months
there's a time for trash talk - and it is when it is person to person, preferably with someone you already have a relation with.

To talk trash in a celebratory moment is classless. Don't care who does it.
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drexyl13 months
How were we disrespected? I’m really trying to understand.
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TigerDM13 months
I don’t classify them as disrespectful. If you’ve watched lsu all season we’ve struggled from the 3 point line. They were following the scouting report and it backfired this time
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BayouBengal9913 months
It wasn’t Iowa that was disrespectful. It was the media not giving LSU its due. Basically setting up for an Iowa win and I wouldn’t say that we were bad ALL year. We were pretty good for most of the year. We just didn’t need to take those shots. We were bad during the tourney and at the end of the season. But we could hold our own.
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BRgetthenet13 months
Oh NO SHE DI’int
THIS
GIRL

IS
ON

FIYA!!!!!!
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OilMan2513 months
These kids have no clue.
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Salviati13 months
Morris's statement was not addressed to Clark. It was addressed to the media. The media talked plenty about Clark.

Morris was right. The media needed to put more respect on LSU's and Morris's name. Morris did a helluva job slowing Clark down and keeping her from scoring inside the arc.
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Drizzt13 months
You win, you can say what you want.
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tigerpawl13 months
Class, humility, and sportsmanship are things of the past. They are just as important as winning. No excuse for this classless rant - especially using National TV to do it. Embarrassing that players feel the need to resort to this shallow, narcissistic, and self-absorbed stunt. Cheap shot.
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rutiger13 months
Class is as important as winning??? Hahahahahahahaha.
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BlackTiger8913 months
Exactly the winners in history wrights the history books.. the losers are sometimes forgotten
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blueboy13 months
WTF is she talking about?
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AllenTXTiger13 months
A lot of trash talking happen during the game that will never be shared with the rest of us, so use your common sense instead of being over analytical.
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tigerpawl13 months
How about CLASS? This was poor sportsmanship. Personal afront. Taunting after the defeat on National TV.
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sunofsam13 months
Oh another sore loser, now go sit in the because it's contagious. It's tainted lol.




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sunofsam13 months
corner
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CrystalPreserves13 months
The fans of every fighter that Ali beat said the same thing about Ali. Years later they finally caved and knew Ali was the GOAT.

What the girls are doing isn’t classless. They’re enjoying their moment and all of them made sure to call Caitlyn a great player on national tv. They gave respec they just want some respec on they name too na. Ha ba dat
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Northshoretiger8713 months
Trashy.
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tigerpawl13 months
Tainted the entire moment of the Natty. Mulkey needs to fix this - now. Classless.
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CrystalPreserves13 months
and you are trolling
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AllenTXTiger13 months
Hey Trashy and tainted. Everything isn't going to fit your Mayberry narratives. If any one has been trashy, it's how dirty Iowa started playing when they realized they weren't as athletic as LSU. Oh yeah, and the sneaky trash talking. Take off you Mayberry glasses...
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DellTronJon13 months
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