Could we please ban women's NCAA basketball???

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This is one of the few sports where there is NO redeeming quality in all college athletics. Women's sports in general should have funding cut to the bare bone and scholarships should be revoked because female athletes are basically second class American citizens anyway. But with that said, you can make an argument that softball has some sexy players who play a quality sport that men actually don't play. Women's soccer has a lot of hot players who go on to win the women's World Cup and represent well for America. Field hockey and lacrosse have some seriously smokin' women and are female-oriented sports (women's rules are very distinct in lacrosse). And the best sport of all is women's volleyball where the girls wear the most ridiculously short, tight shorts. It's fantastic.

Women's basketball...eh, not so much. For one, the girls who play college level basketball are disgustingly unattractive. Even so, they would be lesbians anyway, and we all know that unattractive lesbians should be subject to a form of Jim Crow segregation laws. But the worst part is, women's basketball is hopelessly inferior to men's basketball. It's basically the same sport with grotesquely bad players. UCONN's women's team couldn't defeat Longwood's men's team. The game is obscenely slow and obscenely uninteresting. In addition, men's bball games among the high majors are relatively even. In women's sports, there is a cavernous difference between a top 5 and top 25 team and a team outside the top 25 has virtually no hope of winning against a top team because the small bit of talent in the women's ranks is highly concentrated at a few places (UCONN and Tennessee, for example). And even worse is the fact that ESPN thinks anyone gives a fcking sht about the sport!

I submit to you that all persons, male and female, Democrat and Republican, American citizen and unimportant other non-American citizens, should get together and place under arrest all promoters of women's "basketball", its 15 fans and its players and coaches.

Memo to ESPN: no one gives a goddamn about women's college basketball! DON'T EVER INTERRUPT A BOWL GAME AGAIN TO BRING ME UPDATES ABOUT A REGULAR SEASON WOMEN'S NCAA BASKETBALL GAME, YOU POLITICALLY CORRECT F*CKS!

That is all.

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United States - Northeast

Comments (16)

Dec 30, 2010

I think it is a positive thing to have womens college sports though. Just don't waste time interrupting an important game.

Side note, yay Syracuse!!!

Dec 30, 2010

Side note: boo Syracuse. I'm a Kansas State guy. Love you, man, but right now I respectfully ask you to suck on my d*ck.

Dec 30, 2010

At least this will hopefully put a stop to this women's basketball annoyance for awhile. Plus, UConn sucks.

If Notre Dame wins tomorrow, I may spend New Years Eve punching infants.

Also, here is one decent thing about women's basketball: http://sportsbybrooks.com/claudia-porras-photos-po...

Dec 30, 2010

Holy sh*t. I stand corrected on the attractiveness comment. Good Lord! Let me amend my statement to: there are NEARLY no attractive women in college basketball. Wow.

Dec 30, 2010

We should ban ESPN as well, while we're at it. I'm pretty sure we can get our info about the only seven sports athletes that exist from another source.

Dec 30, 2010

Yeah dude, I think that call at the end was messed up. A little salute is not a big deal. What a high flying game though.

Dec 30, 2010

I thought ESPN only existed to fellate LeBron & the Superfriends?

Dec 30, 2010

Unfortunately, it seems the UTEP coach doesn't have the common sense to keep Claudia Porras on the floor for the whole 48 minutes (I'm assuming, I have no idea how long women's "games" are). I'd have said she'd be good for distracting the opposition's lesbians, but she'd probably distract UTEP's as well. Regardless, any female sport in which attractiveness isn't the main (sole) determinant of minutes probably shouldn't be receiving taxpayer subsidies.

Dec 31, 2010
drexelalum11:

Unfortunately, it seems the UTEP coach doesn't have the common sense to keep Claudia Porras on the floor for the whole 48 minutes (I'm assuming, I have no idea how long women's "games" are). I'd have said she'd be good for distracting the opposition's lesbians, but she'd probably distract UTEP's as well. Regardless, any female sport in which attractiveness isn't the main (sole) determinant of minutes probably shouldn't be receiving taxpayer subsidies.

Hahahahahaaahhahha! To me, this is the funniest comment I've ever seen ever! Hahaha. Silver banana for you!

Dec 31, 2010

cover of espn.com...oh snap...i will take 1 day of this on the cover of espn. Over another 5 months of UCONN keeps winning on the front

Dec 31, 2010
iambateman:

http://nyc.barstoolsports.com/random-thoughts/intr...

Are you fucking serious? This is the dumbest comment ever made in the history of sport. May God have mercy on this author's soul.

"Could Moore play in the NBA? Because of her uncommon strength and skill set, she's the one player for whom a training camp invite wouldn't be construed as a total publicity stunt. Moore's height could likely cost her: at 6-feet, she can tower over women's opponents, but would have trouble matching up against speedy guards in the men's game. They'd have to guard her though. If only John Wooden, the legend who coached those UCLA teams, could have lived just a little longer to see his streak broken: Wooden died, at age 99, in June. You could just picture Wooden, the epitome of class, sitting court side in Hartford, applauding the event."

Dec 31, 2010

Women's Basketball, like "Women's Anything" is the anathema to everything the p.c. mafia claims to stand for.

As far as the streak argument, anyone who's watched women's college basketball more than passingly knows that uconn and tennessee play in another universe from the rest of these girls...this is like celebrating the lakers beating a bunch of jv high school squads.

Dec 31, 2010

uconnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

huskiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiies

and yeah the girls destroy any and all pewpew

Dec 31, 2010

I dated a chick that was 6' 1" for awhile, and she said the basketball chicks at University of Oregon were trying to convince her to "experiment" with her sexuality for the entirety of her freshman year. This was a chick that probably could have used it too, because she needed to lighten up in a big way.

Jan 3, 2011
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