Skip to comments.Irish coach: Brittney Griner plays "like a guy"
Posted on 04/04/2012 7:18:34 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
(AP) DENVER - A postgame comment by Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw about the prowess of Baylor star Brittney Griner caused a stir in the world of social media Tuesday night.
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Would have been worse if the Coach said she plays like a girl.
Personally, I would have taken it as a compliment...............
Unlike the One who throws like a girl.
He meant that as a compliment. Why can’t we just leave it there?
Obligatory Austin Powers’ “That’s a man, baby!” picture or Juwanna Mann reference in 3...2...1...
>> He meant that as a compliment.
“Muffet” McGraw is a “she”. Dude, don’t you remember your nursery rhymes? “Little *Miss* Muffet, tuffet, curds, whey, spider, frightened, &etc? :-)
She’s one of the few women basketball players that can dunk the ball.
She’s probably the only college basketball player who would be competeetive on a men’s team.
She’s good. It should be considered an accurate statement.
They need a Barr Cheek Cell Test. Many of these ‘female’ athletes are actually mutants: XXXY, XXY and many other genetic variations. If I was a female LPGA player I ask for a genetics test on Yani Tseng. The question then becomes if they are predominantly ‘female’ and only partially genetically ‘male’, should they still be allowed to play?
I agree! I was astounded when I heard her voice. If she is not really a he, I would be amazed.
Of course, what does it matter these days? They let the so-called transgendered compete in women’s sports and even beauty contests. According to liberals, there are no differences between men and women and we all choose what we want to be. What a crazy world.
Didn’t Laz say his hitting days were over?
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