No tall story

Caitlin Clark signs on a fan’s shirt after a game against Wisconsin.

WHEN Caitlin Clark moves weaving through defensive traffic; waving unsubtly for a teammate’s pass; wriggling free enough to catch, fire, catch fire – people tend to follow.

This instinct informs every opponent’s scouting report, to the extent that anybody can prepare one with confidence: a triple-underlined directive to shadow Clark, the biggest star in college basketball, lest she splash another three-pointer from the Hawkeye beak in the University of Iowa logo near midcourt.

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