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  • T&FN's NCAA Men's Formchart: Oregon now by 10

    Florida very close over Florida State, with Oregon in lurking distance.


    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/lists/ ... &year=2009

  • #2
    Mouse Davis now coaching the Gators!

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    • #3
      FSU took a big hit with Gonzo out now after undergoing shoulder surgery in addition to Makusha's uncertain status after his injury at indoor nationals. Also, not sure about Garvin's future with the impending NFL draft. All in all it is safe to say FSU will not win it this year.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
        Mouse Davis now coaching the Gators!
        groan

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
          Mouse Davis now coaching the Gators!

          Good call. Look for Demps on the Go route from Montague. :P
          There are no strings on me

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gh
            Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
            Mouse Davis now coaching the Gators!
            groan
            Just an FYI that you have the mile listed, rather than 1500.

            Thanks for the early lists. I am skeptical that we will see German run for OSU outdoors this year.

            Edit: This is probably as good a place as any to talk about redshirts, but I haven't seen Jordan Scott vault for Kansas this outdoor season (though I think he has competed once or twice unattached).

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            • #7
              I read an interview somewhere that Chris Derrick won't be running a 10,000m this year. Too bad. I think he could take down Galen's AJR.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by KevinM
                ...
                Edit: This is probably as good a place as any to talk about redshirts, but I haven't seen Jordan Scott vault for Kansas this outdoor season (though I think he has competed once or twice unattached).
                Yeah, you're right.... KU was at Oklahoma last week and he competed unattached in Wichita.

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                • #9
                  I'm guessing that this weekend's action is going to produce a lot of changes in the chart.

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                  • #10
                    FSU's 14 pts in decathlon looking pretty shakey.
                    Florida will score in 110h.
                    Oregon will pick up additional distance points (1500 or 800, 5k, 10k)

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by guru
                      Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
                      Mouse Davis now coaching the Gators!

                      Good call. Look for Demps on the Go route from Montague. :P
                      I have no idea what you mean. Does this mean Demps will be going to another university?

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                      • #12
                        no, alludes to fact that Montague is a javelin thrower, so Demps runs a route and Montague throws to him.

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                        • #13
                          Men 100 Meter Dash
                          Finals
                          1 Burns, Marc Trinidad 10.05R 1.4
                          2 Hall, Jeremy Florida 10.19R 1.4 10.33 n prelim
                          3 Lawson, Chris Unattached 10.30R 1.4
                          4 Wilks, Terrell Florida 10.33R 1.4
                          5 Cherry, Deangelo Mississippi St. 10.38R 1.4
                          6 Demps, Jeff Florida 10.42R 1.4 10.41 in prelim
                          7 Sturdivant, Andre Unattached 10.43R 1.4


                          Men 200 Meter Dash
                          Finals
                          1 Rowland, Marcus Auburn 20.48 2.4 1
                          2 DeHaven, Michael Auburn 20.64 2.4 1
                          3 Lawson, Chris Unattached 20.68 2.4 1
                          4 Hall, Jeremy Florida 20.82 2.4 1
                          5 Mullings, Dwight Mississippi St. 20.85 2.4 1
                          6 Taylor, Christian Florida 20.91 2.4 1
                          7 Law, Darius UNC Charlotte 20.96 2.2 2
                          8 Anderson, R.J. Florida 21.17 2.2 2

                          Men 110 Meter Hurdles
                          1 Sands, Shamar Bahamas 13.52R +0.0
                          2 Wynne, William Florida 13.75R +0.0 13.73(1.7 prelim)
                          3 Smith, Maurice Puma 13.92R +0.0
                          4 Pitt, Kalinka Florida 13.96R +0.0 13.89 1.7 prelim

                          Men 4x100 Meter Relay
                          1 Florida 'A' 39.43R

                          Men Long Jump
                          1 Taylor, Christian Florida 7.72mR 0.4 25-04.00

                          Men Shot Put
                          1 Martin, Corey Nike 19.76mR 64-10.00
                          2 Mesic, Kemal Florida 19.52mR 64-00.50

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by NumberCruncher
                            FSU took a big hit with Gonzo out now after undergoing shoulder surgery in addition to Makusha's uncertain status after his injury at indoor nationals. Also, not sure about Garvin's future with the impending NFL draft. All in all it is safe to say FSU will not win it this year.
                            Barroilhet is indeed out for the season. Makusha now close to 100%; expected to jump shortly. Garvin will run 100 and 4x1 at Penn.

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                            • #15
                              It will be tougher for UF's main potential national scorers (sprints/hurdles/jumps) to make it out of their region meet on to the national meet than it will for Oregon's potential national meet scorers (distance, multis, throws) to do the same. Factor in the points Oregon scores nationally at 10k and Deca not being a regional event, but a national qualifying standard, and you will have the Oregon Ducks as national champs.

                              The only way FSU wins is if Borlee 1 and 2 run 44 seconds in the finals of the quarter on top of Makusha returning healthy enough to win. Those are their question marks, and they lose the greatest collegiate championship sprinter of all time in Walter Dix. Not gonna happen.

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