Caitlin Clark's dad yells at her to quit moaning during March Madness. 

Caitlin Clark's father wasn't going to give sympathy from the stands, even if Iowa was leading by 19 points at the time.  

With less than a minute remaining in the second quarter of an NCAA Tournament first-round game on Saturday, it appeared as though the most well-liked player in women's college basketball was voicing her displeasure to the referees, or possibly to her father.  

Her father Brent was seen on ESPN yelling back for her to "Stop!"  

To put it mildly, he wasn't also criticizing the authorities.  

Brad Crawford of CBS said that after his daughter committed an offensive foul and her sixth turnover of the first half, Brent could be heard saying, "Take her out, my gosh."  

It sounds like Clark didn't play well. In just 31 minutes, she scored 27 points, dished out 10 assists, and pulled down eight rebounds, nearly completing a triple-double as No. 1 Iowa defeated No. 16 Holy Cross, 91-65, in the Albany 2 Region.  

ESPN will air Iowa vs. No. 8 West Virginia on Monday at 8 p.m.  

Caitlin's first basketball coach was Brent, who she says encouraged her to improve from an early age. especially in terms of creating her unique long-range 3-pointers.  

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