Caitlin Clark's coverage in the news is criticized by Samuel L. Jackson

It’s safe to say that Samuel L. Jackson didn’t like how ESPN covered the women’s national championship game on Sunday.

South Carolina beat Iowa to finish the season 38-0 and win all 38 games. In Caitlin Clark’s last college basketball game, the Gamecocks beat the Hawkeyes.

A lot of praise was given to Clark and the Hawkeyes by ESPN during the game. Dawn Staley and the Gamecocks were also praised.

Read More: ESPN analyst: “Highly Unlikely” that Iowa and Caitlin Clark will make it to the final four

“It’s okay to talk about the team that’s winning, too!!!” Jackson wrote on a web site.

Clark has been without a doubt the biggest star in college sports for about a year now. That’s why it makes sense for ESPN to cover her in great detail.

But when South Carolina wins the national title instead of Iowa, it makes sense for ESPN to pay more attention to the Gamecocks in the last few games.

Read More: The Sports Community Is Upset with ESPN’s Choice Sunday.

Clark is now playing in the WNBA, so college basketball for women will need to find a new star for the 2024–25 season.

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