ESPN makes significant broadcasting adjustment for Caitlin Clark as college basketball star seeks redemption

Caitlin Clark is making history in the NCCA, and the Iowa Hawkeyes’ upcoming game against the Ohio State Buckeyes will be aired on ESPN next Sunday.

Clark is only 74 points shy of surpassing Pete Maravich’s all-time leading NCAA scoring record.

Next weekend’s big game could be the decisive moment for the 22-year-old.

ESPN’s women’s basketball College GameDay is set to make its way to Iowa City as the Hawkeyes prepare to seek redemption.

Clark faced a major setback when Iowa last competed against Ohio in an incredibly exciting match last month.

In an intense match held in Columbus on January 21st, the Buckeyes emerged victorious with a thrilling 100-94 overtime win.

Despite Clark’s impressive performance with 45 points, it wasn’t enough to secure a victory for Iowa, resulting in their first loss of the season.

Cotie McMahon of the Buckeyes showcased her incredible skills and determination as she took on the formidable Iowa team and their star player, Clark. She delivered an outstanding performance on the court, scoring a remarkable 33 points and securing 12 rebounds, both of which are personal bests for her. McMahon’s exceptional abilities and relentless drive were on full display throughout the game.

Clark, the superstar, is on the verge of surpassing Maravich’s career points record of 3,667, as he currently stands at an impressive 3,593 points. Maravich achieved this feat during his time at Louisiana State University.

The upcoming matchup between the Hawkeyes and Buckeyes is set to be an exciting event for viewers. It will also serve as the grand finale of the Big Ten’s regular season.

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There is a possibility that the two teams may face each other again in the NCAA Tournament.

Clark acknowledged that the physicality of her opponents in the game against Indiana disrupted her performance, leading to the Hawkeyes’ loss.

In Sunday’s game against Illinois, both the player and the team returned to their usual form, resulting in a convincing 101-85 victory.

Clark recorded her fifth triple-double of the season, tallying an impressive 24 points, 15 rebounds, and 10 assists.

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