The uproar continues

NCAA news:

The separate but unequal conditions sparked an uproar.

The differences at the women’s and men’s Tournaments go beyond the weight room.

Cheaper, less sensitive COVID tests.

The NCAA apologized today for weight room disparities at the Tournament site.

The NCAA president said there are no differences between COVID tests for women’s and men’s teams.

The NCAA pledges to improve conditions.

The NCAA’s message to female athletes: you’re worthless.

ESPN makes tourney picks.

College team news:

Central Michigan isn’t your typical directional program.

No. 11 seed BYU is eager to prove the doubters wrong.

Kentucky is taking things one step at a time.

Arizona has a different focus heading into play.

UCF kicks the tourney off against Northwestern.

Oregon State is adapting to the unique tourney setting.

Georgia Tech aims to make noise after a long absence from the tourney.

Utah Valley appears in the Tournament for the first time.

For UConn, it’s business as usual.

Minnesota built a foundation through ups and downs.

College player news:

The “big 3” have developed for South Carolina.

Terrapin Alaysia Styles is empowering others through her own clothing brand.

Syracuse’s Emily Engstler battled depression last season.

Akienreh Johnson is turning up the defense in her last season with Michigan.

Megan Gustafson can’t watch every Iowa game from Poland, but she sees the team’s potential.

College coach news:

Dawn Staley points out that unequal treatment of female athletes is nothing new.

SIU coach Cindy Stein says lack of conditioning cost her team.

Niele Ivey will use Notre Dame’s Tournament absence as motivation going forward.

Amy Mallon guided Drexel to the Dance in her first year.

Simon Harris has been named head coach at ETSU.

The latest on the Memphis coaching search.