Brittney Griner represented Baylor University proudly on and off the basketball court, and she leaves behind an incredible legacy
There has not been one day or one practice that I take Brittney for granted ... You will never see that kind of player again.
What’s going to be interesting for [Griner], especially if you watched her in the loss [to Louisville] they had [in the Sweet 16], I mean other than their coach [Kim Mulkey] who whined and cried after the game, is about how physical they were with [Griner]More quotes »
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Opinion: Griner ordeal lands in grey area
A storm of disapproving voices has descended on Baylor University the past few days, after star basketball player (and recent Baylor graduate) Brittney Griner said in an interview that her coach advised players to avoid being publicly open about their se from FOX Sports Read more »
Does Sexuality Impact WNBA Roster Construction?
Hearing what Brittney Griner said about how being gay allegedly made Baylor coach Kim Mulkey ask her to keep it a secret so recruiting and perception would not be impacted caused me to wonder something: What is the current attitude in the WNBA about this from Hartford Courant Read more »
Brittney Griner says Baylor asked her not to talk about being a lesbian
The most interesting thing about Brittney Griner coming out as a lesbian after the WNBA draft was how much of a non-issue it was to Griner herself. When celebrities come out these days, it is almost always a carefully choreographed PR song and dance inte from AfterEllen.com Read more »
Brittany Griner: ESPN gets close to key question
Truth be told, I still think that the question I asked a few weeks ago remains one of the most interesting questions one can ask about that big story that keeps unfolding down in Waco: “So, how did Brittney Griner end up at Baylor?” That̵ from Patheos Blogs Read more »
A cry for courage
The battle against homophobia took a giant step forward recently when Jason Collins came out — the first openly gay American male professional athlete to do so while still in the game. It was courageous. It was needed. And, with the exception of a few ig from New York Post Read more »