‘HYPED’ Stephen A Smith quotes Beyonce ahead of women’s Elite Eight matchups

The showdown between Clark’s Iowa Hawkeyes and Reese’s LSU Tigers, who both have mutual respect, was billed as one of the college basketball games of the decade. 


‘HYPED’ Stephen A Smith quotes Beyonce ahead of women’s Elite Eight matchups

Stephen A. Smith and Beyonce

Stephen A. Smith was so hyped about the 2024 women’s NCAA Tournament that he sang the lyrics of Beyoncé’s hit single, “Run the World (Girls).” This occurred while he worked on ESPN’s First Take earlier on Monday. 

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Stephen was so excited about the tournament that he quickly acknowledged how big the female category was. Many are excited about the matchup between two great female teams and players like Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark

There’s a national final four coming up with the men, but guess what, Shannon, this is about the ladies… Who runs the world? Girls.
Stephen A. Smith said

The women’s category has seen its popularity rise this season due to the explosive impact of the Caitlin Clark effect. Furthermore, she has a chance to write her name in national folklore as her story of magnificent excellence continues.

Furthermore, the tournament has been full of excitement, featuring exciting games and a large viewership, which has told a story of how far the world of women’s basketball has come in recent times, especially this season, with the showdown between Clark’s Iowa Hawkeyes and Reese’s LSU Tigers, who both have mutual respect, billed as one of the college basketball games of the decade. 

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Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese face off for one of the biggest nights in college basketball history 

Caitlin Clark’s Iowa Hawkeyes and Angel Reese’s LSU Tigers will clash for a rematch of last season’s National Championship. The game has been billed as the biggest night in the history of women’s basketball by renowned TV analyst Stephen A. Smith. 

According to the controversial analyst, Clark’s legacy is on the line during the rematch against the LSU Tigers. She and her number one seed team, the Hawkeyes, are set to face the number three seed, the LSU Tigers, for a place in the Final Four, with Clark again bringing in the most attention. 

Let me say this first. This is one of the biggest nights in the history of women's college basketball.… Caitlin Clark has to show up. She has to play at an elite level. If she wins or loses but she plays at an elite level, it’s not gonna matter. If she stinks up the joint and they lose, that definitely will affect her legacy in terms of the comparisons that were thrown out there.
Stephen A. Smith said

While many believe that her legacy as an all-time college basketball great rests on this game, she has already cemented her place in the annals of college basketball history. Whether she wins or loses. 

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