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Los Angeles Times writer issues apology for column describing LSU players as 'dirty debutantes'

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Los Angeles Times writer Ben Bolch has issued an apology about a column previewing the LSU women’s basketball team ahead of their Sweet 16 matchup against UCLA after Tigers head coach Kim Mulkey ripped the piece for being "sexist," "awful" and "wrong."

Bloch posted a lengthy apology on X days after Mulkey’s press conference in which she called out the column for "attacking" her players. Bloch described players as "villains" and "dirty debutantes" in his writing. 

Kim Mulkey of the LSU Lady Tigers watches on during the first half against the Iowa Hawkeyes during the Elite Eight round of the 2024 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament held at MVP Arena on April 1, 2024 in Albany, New York. (Scott Taetsch/NCAA Photos via Getty Images)

"You can criticize coaches all you want," she told reporters, via ESPN. "That's our business. You can come at us and say, 'You're the worst coach in America. I hate you. I hate everything about you.' We expect that. It comes with the territory.


"But the one thing I'm not going to let you do, I'm not going to let you attack young people, and there were some things in this commentary that you should be offended by as women. It was so sexist. It was good versus evil in that game today. Evil? Called us dirty debutantes? Are you kidding me?"

Mulkey’s criticisms followed her previous remarks about The Washington Post. 

On Monday, Bloch penned an apology to both programs, noting that he was not asked by the LA Times to issue one.  

LSU forward Angel Reese (10) and LSU guard Flau'jae Johnson (4) talk as Reese leaves the court during the fourth quarter of an Elite