Louisville coach Jeff Walz wasn't very complimentary of the game's officiating, either. He noted the discrepancy between team fouls called through the first several minutes of the second half; by the time Baylor was called for its first second-half foul, the Cardinals — who led by 16 at the time — had seven team fouls.
“There's no question, there were a lot of fouls called against us,” Walz said. “I was just thankful on that last drive when Monique Reid went in for the layup, it was a late whistle, but I was glad he called it because she got clobbered.”
Griner, asked about the foul, said, “I mean, I feel like I got all ball, but, you know, I mean, wasn't my call. That's all.”
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