So Immoral And Dishonesty When Antonio Brown Vulgarly Disrespected Caitlin Clark After She Became Leading Scorer In Women’s College B-Ball

Antonio Brown Vulgarly Disrespected Caitlin Clark After She Became Leading Scorer In Women’s College B-Ball

 

antonio brown holding up peace sign. caitlyn clark in uniform
Antonio Brown, the former NFL wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is no stranger to controversy.

This time around, he is being blasted for his message about Caitlin Clark.

Iowa basketball star Caitlin Clark received an outpouring of messages on Thursday night, congratulating her on becoming the NCAA women’s basketball’s all-time leading scorer.

Brown had a different message.

Brown jumped on X when he decided to comment, “B**ch look like Mel Gibson” in response to a picture being shown of Clark.

Disgusting.

Clark scored 49 points on Thursday to pass Kelsey Plum (3,527) to become the all-time leader in NCAA Division I women’s basketball history at 3,569. Clark is not finished yet as she still has the Big Ten tournament and the NCAA tournament as well.

Brown played 12 seasons for the Steelers, Buccaneers and Patriots. He had 928 catches for 12,291 yards and scored 88 touchdowns, along with 187 punt returns for 1,761 yards. He was selected to play in 7 Pro Bowls, and won 1 Super Bowl with the Bucs.

Caitlin Clark breaks ANOTHER record as Iowa superstar smashes NCAA tournament scoring high with explosive first quarter… despite Iowa losing championship game

 

Iowa may have missed out on the national title for a second straight year but superstar Caitlin Clark still managed to set another record to bring an end to her collegiate career.

The Hawkeyes star erupted in the first quarter of Sunday’s national championship game against South Carolina.

Clark put up an incredible 18 points in the first 10 minutes of her final game in an Iowa jersey at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, and a deep contested 3-pointer over Gamecocks star Kamilla Cardoso in the final minute helped her shatter a record, according to Sports Illustrated.

The three-pointer marked the most points scored by a player in a single quarter of championship game.

It also set a new all-time NCAA women’s tournament scoring record as the bucket saw Clark surpass both Maya Moore and Chamique Holdsclaw — who previously held the all-time mark with 479 career tournament points — on the scoring list.

Caitlin Clark still managed to set another record to bring an end to her collegiate career

Caitlin Clark still managed to set another record to bring an end to her collegiate career

Clark put up an incredible 18 points in the first 10 minutes before Iowa ultimately lost

Clark put up an incredible 18 points in the first 10 minutes before Iowa ultimately lost

 

After pouring in 30 points on Sunday, Clark took her tally to 492 for her career in the NCAA tournament.

However, her slew of records weren’t enough to help her add a national title the Gamecocks pulled away for an 87-75 victory, making the Hawkeyes the national runner-up for a second straight season.

Clark made 10 of 28 shots – including 5 of 13 3-pointers – and finished her four-year stay in Iowa City, Iowa with 3,951 points, an NCAA record for both men and women. Clark added five assists and eight rebounds.

Her run to a second straight NCAA final helped turn the women’s tournament into appointment television. Her performances have set a new TV ratings record for women’s college basketball twice in the last week alone, with another record likely waiting after the title game.

After pouring in 30 points, Clark took her tally to 492 for her career in the NCAA tournament

After pouring in 30 points, Clark took her tally to 492 for her career in the NCAA tournament

Clark has tried to take her blossoming stardom in stride, frequently deflecting much of the attention to her Iowa teammates and a sport that is having a moment.

Earlier this season, Clark also passed Pete Maravich to become the NCAA’s all-time leading scorer.

She is also the first D1 player in history with at least 3,800 points, 1,000 assists and 950 rebounds.

She also notched another record in Iowa’s Elite 8 win vs. LSU, as the Hawkeyes star passed Diana Taurasi for the most 3-pointers made in the women’s NCAA tournament during a 41-point masterclass on Monday.

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