The Scorecard: What you need to know about the NFL Combine. Plus, one game left for Caitlin Clark to take the NCAA record.

It’s NFL Combine week.

Hundreds of NFL-hopeful college athletes will compete this week in the NFL Combine, while the rest of us average Joes judge them from our couch.

The combine kicks off Thursday at 3 p.m. Here’s a look at the schedule throughout the weekend.

Thursday, Feb. 29th - Defensive lineman and linebackers (Begins at 3 p.m. ET)

Friday, March 1st - Defensive backs and tight ends (Begins at 3 p.m.)

Saturday, March 2nd - Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and running backs (Begins at 1 p.m.)

Sunday, March 3rd - Offensive lineman (Begins at 1 p.m.)

Caitlin Clark is closing in on NCAA history, with one game left.

In Iowa women’s basketball’s rout of Minnesota last night, Caitlin Clark was unstoppable.

Clark scored 21 points in the first half.

She scored 30 through just three quarters, adding 11 assists and 10 rebounds, cementing yet another triple-double.

Her night included eight 3-pointers, taking the women’s record for treys made in a single-season in the NCAA.

And, she passed legendary Kansas Jayhawk Lynette Woodard’s major college women’s scoring record from the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), which predated the NCAA.

Clark ended the night with 33 points total, leaving her just 18 points from surpassing Pistol Pete Maravich’s men’s scoring record, and more NCAA history.

No. 6 Iowa will face No. 2 Ohio State on Sunday, in the regular-season finale, in what will be senior night for the Hawkeyes.

The Hawkeyes sold out their season tickets back in August, for the first time ever, but tickets for this game are listed on resale sites for anywhere from $300 to $6,000.

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