This was just disgusting. It is women's history month and it was very evident some people just don't think women are equal to the men. It's a big time for the NCAA basketball teams but there was a big difference between the treatment of the guys versus the girls. Last week, one of the teammates from the women's team revealed how crappy they were being treated. Sedona Prince did a video showcasing the women's weight room, which only had a rack of dumbbells. Meanwhile, the men had a huge weight room. She then made mention that the women were told it wasn't about money, but it was about space. Then Sedona proceed to showcase all of the empty space that was around the women's weight room. Then more videos were released that displayed the disparities in the food. The ladies looked like they were given scraps while the guys looked like they had a full buffet. Well since then, ESPN reported the NCAA vice president for basketball Dan Gavitt apologized Friday in a video conference with media, acknowledging the NCAA fell short in regard to the large disparity in weight-training facilities in particular at the men's and women's tournaments in Indianapolis and San Antonio, respectively. He also said he hopes the ensuing furor, which was publicized on social media, helps the NCAA do a better job with internal communication. He said, "I apologize to women's basketball student-athletes, to the coaches, to the women's basketball committee for dropping the ball, frankly, on the weight-room issue in San Antonio. We'll get it fixed as soon as possible." Something tells me this may have been going on for years, but no one ever released a video so now they have to cover their tails. The ladies got a better weight room and we are pretty sure Sedona and the other ladies appreciate others for spreading the word. Even Steph Curry said the NCAA was wrong for that crap they did.