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NCAA Tournament chaos helps dispel claim women’s games aren’t exciting

Men’s sports have received financial support and exposure at a level women’s sports have never come close to getting. Despite that, women’s sports have grown, and we’re seeing the results of that.

Can we finally be done with all the silly stereotypes?

As ratings have risen, attendance has grown and more sponsors have signed on, the fragile male egos who can’t handle the idea of women’s sports being mainstream have fumbled around in desperate search of a new excuse to knock the NCAA Tournament. The latest, that there are no upsets and that the tournament is too predictable, went down in a flaming heap Saturday.

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