Robert Griffin III Defends Baylor After NCAA Tournament Loss, Angel McCoughtry Fires Back

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The Baylor University women's basketball team, the top-seeded squad in the NCAA tournament, fell victim to arguably one of the biggest upsets in tournament history Sunday, losing to fifth-seeded Louisville 82-81. Led by superstar Brittney Griner, the Bears had won 32 straight games and 74 out of 75 overall -- including last year's championship -- before losing to the Cardinals.

Robert Griffin III, a noted Baylor alum and ardent supporter of the women's basketball team, was none too pleased with the level of physicality during the game and went on Twitter to vent:

And so on.

That is when current WNBA player and former Louisville star Angel McCoughtry decided to fire back:


Famous athletes: They bicker on Twitter just like us!

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