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LSU's Kim Mulkey, Angel Reese reveal what they told Iowa's Caitlin Clark after Elite Eight loss

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LSU head coach Kim Mulkey didn’t want to be at a post-game press conference talking about an Elite Eight loss to Iowa, but that’s the way the game ended in Albany as Caitlin Clark dropped 41 against her Tigers to end their NCAA Tournament run.

Mulkey was seen in the post-game handshake line having a brief moment with Clark, who was smiling as the veteran head coach said something in her ear. Of course, reporters were curious to know what she said. 

Mulkey’s response was funny, but also very real. 

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Caitlin Clark #22 of the Iowa Hawkeyes shoots the ball over Angel Reese #10 of the LSU Tigers during the first half in the Elite 8 round of the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament at MVP Arena on April 01, 2024 in Albany, New York.  (Sarah Stier/Getty Images)

"What did I say to her? I said, ‘I sure am glad you’re leaving,’" Mulkey said. "’Girl, you’re something else. Never seen anything like it.’"

LSU star Angel Reese and Clark also shared pleasantries after the game. 

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"She just told me, ‘Continue to be a great player,’" Reese said of her interaction with Clark. "And I told her, ‘Continue to be a great player as well, and keep elevating the game and go win it.’"

Of course, last season’s bout in the national championship game got all the attention, especially with Reese’s now-iconic pointing to her ring finger at the end of the game in a gesture toward Clark. 

But both stars said there is no animosity from that game leading up to Monday night’s Hawkeyes win, 94-87, where Clark rewrote the NCAA

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