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  • #16
    Poor weather predicted for the Saturday and Sunday afternoon/evening sessions as week.

    Bruce Kritzler told me that they finished about 11PM Friday night.

    On another note, SEC track story in the Gainesville Sun was buried on page 5. No mention of today's qualifying events.

    Front page? Women softball regionals(hosted by UF), Preakness story and the Gators Baseball team losing to Kentucky 8-7. So sad

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    • #17
      m100m Heat 4- Ab out to go off in about 20 minutes. Should be interesting with fast starting Cherry and a bulked up Demps in the same heat. J-Mee Samules is not too shabby either.

      1 Cherry, Deangelo FR Mississippi St.
      2 Williams, Eric FR Mississippi
      3 Stevenson, Kyle JR Tennessee
      4 Demps, Jeff FR Florida
      5 Samules, J-Mee SR Arkansas
      6 Brown, Keith FR Mississippi
      7 Williams, Alex FR Kentucky

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      • #18
        Heat 1 Preliminaries Wind: 1.8
        1 Wilks, Terrell SO Florida R 10.18Q
        2 Hall, Jeremy JR Florida R 10.21q 10.201

        8 Rainey, Chris SO Florida 11.30

        Heat 2 Preliminaries Wind: 1.0
        1 Rowland, Marcus FR Auburn R 10.21Q 10.202
        2 Sorrillo, Rondel JR Kentucky R 10.33q

        Heat 3 Preliminaries Wind: 1.3
        1 Holliday, Trindon JR Lsu R 10.11Q
        2 Hancock, Johnathan SR South Carolina R 10.40q

        Heat 4 Preliminaries Wind: 1.3
        1 Cherry, Deangelo FR Mississippi St. R 10.21Q 10.205
        2 Demps, Jeff FR Florida R 10.30q
        3 Samules, J-Mee SR Arkansas R 10.38q

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        • #19
          Christian Taylor suffers/reinjures his achilles tendon, Chris Rainey(member of last year's 4 x 100m team pulls hamstring

          http://www.gainesville.com/article/2...d-SEC-Outdoors

          Injuries were an issue as freshman jumper/sprinter Christian Taylor went down early after reinjuring his Achilles tendon. Taylor had a successful first jump of 7.53m in the long jump, which ended up being good enough for seventh overall.

          Taylor passed on his remaining jumps and Holloway was unsure if Taylor would compete in the long jump finals, triple jump or the 4x400m relay today.

          Freshman Chris Rainey aggravated his left hamstring during the 100m as well. Rainey pulled up lame toward the end and finished with a time of 11.30.

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          • #20
            No agate results in local rag.
            Gator men lead qualifying by a big margin with 3 in 100, 2 in 200, 2 in 400, 1 in 800, 1 in 1500, 3 in 110h, 1 in 400h. Should pick up 100 pts today.
            Women's meet looks like good battle between TN, LSU, Ark, and FL is making it interesting with all their distance and field event points.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
              No agate results in local rag.
              Gator men lead qualifying by a big margin with 3 in 100, 2 in 200, 2 in 400, 1 in 800, 1 in 1500, 3 in 110h, 1 in 400h. Should pick up 100 pts today.
              Women's meet looks like good battle between TN, LSU, Ark, and FL is making it interesting with all their distance and field event points.
              Should Tenn women pull away today? They did just win the outdoor national title.

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              • #22
                Tennessee, what happened to them, only 11 points! :shock:

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                • #23
                  1 Florida 38.74R 10 CL
                  1) Hall, Jeremy JR 2) Smith, Calvin JR
                  3) Wilks, Terrell SO 4) Demps, Jeff FR
                  2 Lsu 38.86R 8
                  1) Hayes, Armanti JR 2) Coppage, Will JR
                  3) Mvumvure, Gabriel SO 4) Holliday, Trindon JR

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                  • #24
                    UF leading women's meet after 400m Relay with 83 over Arkansas 45
                    Arkansas leading men 70-63.5 over LSU

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by RQ
                      UF leading women's meet after 400m Relay with 83 over Arkansas 45
                      Arkansas leading men 70-63.5 over LSU
                      RQ, you are on top of things, what happened to Tennessee? They go from winning indoor nationals to nowhere to be found at their outdoor conference meet. Are they just better suited for indoors?

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                      • #26
                        Some teams have top-end strength that positions a team better at the National level than at a conference meet. Remember, Tennessee didn't win the SEC indoors this year, but they did win the NCAA's.

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                        • #27
                          Thanks.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by tandfman
                            Some teams have top-end strength that positions a team better at the National level than at a conference meet. Remember, Tennessee didn't win the SEC indoors this year, but they did win the NCAA's.
                            Exactly! The LSU women have been traditionally stronger at nationals than at conference. Between 2000 and 2004 they won five national championships (3 indoor and 2 outdoor) without winning a single conference championship. Furthermore, they only finished second once during that time frame, finishing third or fourth on the other nine occasions.

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                            • #29
                              UF in lead,but does not have sprint depth. They'll need points in shot and 5k

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                              • #30
                                Lots of thunder. Delay.....not sure how much longer.

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