Charles Barkley has been well known for... speaking his mind. No matter what state his mind my be in at that time, he has always been ready to speak it. This has rubbed people the wrong way on many many occasions. Well, it's happened again. This time on a TNT broadcast, Barkley made some comments about the women of Georgia, that weren't very well received.
Host, Ernie Johnson, was in the middle of applauding Lakers guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope for his performance against Dallas. It happened to be mentioned that Caldwell-Pope played college ball at Georgia and that's when Charles let his mouth fall open.
“Georgia the only school in the world that they named their mascot after the women down there,” Barkley said.
See the clip below.
As of now Barkley hasn't released an apology, and there is no guarantee there will be one. However, we're pretty certain there will be some backlash for this comment.