In tonight’s college basketball skills showcase, University of Detroit Mercy guard, Brigid Mulroy, walked away with some hardware. She beat out seven other chicks to become the Women’s State Farm Three Point champion. When matched up against the men’s winner, espn’s scoreboard said Mulroy came in a close second to University of Maryland’s Eric Hayes. According to the four letter network, Hayes banged out 22 points and Mulroy pumped in 21.
BUT, espn WAS WRONG!!
Check the tape, Bristol! You didn’t count Mulroy’s money ball on the fourth rack. She didn’t need the money ball on the last rack to win (she already had it in the bag). Dummies. Is this just another example of the network’s east coast bias (giving the Maryland kid the championship)? Sexism? Or are you just jumping on the nationwide bandwagon of bashing Detroit?
Get it right, espn, you clowns. Brigid Mulroy deserves an apology on Sportscenter and a re-do of the award ceremony.
IASID would like to offcially award Brigid Mulroy the IASID Unisex National Three Point championship recognition she deserves (the site doesn’t make enough money to print up a certificate and we aren’t handy enough to carve out a plaque).
Fix your mistake, espn. Counting by 1′s and 2′s isn’t that hard.
Category: University of Detroit Mercy