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  • ¶NCAA m400—Tony McQuay (Florida) 44.58 (CL)

    1. Tony McQuay Florida Jr
    2. Michael Berry Oregon So
    3. Gil Roberts Texas Tech Sr
    4. David Verburg George Mason Jr
    5. Bryshon Nellum USC Jr
    6. Deon Lendore’ Texas A&M Fr
    7. Brady Gehret Penn State So
    8. Akheem Gauntlett Arkansas Jr
    9. Josh Mance USC So
    10. Errol Nolan Houston Jr

  • #2
    Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

    There will be 44+ up and down the board in the final. Berry has been trained to be in prime shape for this and the trials. Didn't run a great deal in the winter. Look out!

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    • #3
      Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

      Originally posted by enpsalmx
      There will be 44+ up and down the board in the final. Berry has been trained to be in prime shape for this and the trials. Didn't run a great deal in the winter. Look out!
      Hopefully there will be many in the 44 to 45 low range.
      But Berry ran the same amount of indoor races as last year.

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      • #4
        Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

        Berry, Nellum, Lendore running in the same heat in the semis, that should be interesting.

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        • #5
          Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

          Torrin Lawrence gets no love?

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          • #6
            Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

            Heat 3 (aka Heat of Death)...
            Lane
            3----Joey Hughes SR USC
            4----Torrin Lawrence SR Georgia
            5----Gil Roberts SR Texas Tech
            6----Tony McQuay JR Florida
            7----Josh Mance SO USC

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            • #7
              Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

              Nellum is out... and his college career comes to a quiet close.

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              • #8
                Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

                Nellums finishing 5th in his heat with 45.45 does not make the final.

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                • #9
                  Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

                  McQuay 44.67!!!
                  Josh Mance 44.83!!
                  Roberts 44.84!!

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                  • #10
                    Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

                    Holy Gawd... McQuay runs a 44.67 in Heat 3

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                    • #11
                      Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

                      Huge PR for the young Californian, Josh Mance. Previous PR was, I believe 45.29 and his fastest this year was only 45.65.

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                      • #12
                        Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

                        Originally posted by richxx87
                        Holy Gawd... McQuay runs a 44.67 in Heat 3
                        45.28 doesn't make finals. Yikes. Heat 3 alone was easily the rival of the 400m at Pre. Those are some quick, quick times.

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                        • #13
                          Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

                          OMG.... It is so on now.... :shock:

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                          • #14
                            Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

                            LSU qualifies 0 out of 4, USC gets only one. No Baylor Bear even close to the final.

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                            • #15
                              Re: NCAA m400—two World Champs teammates

                              Originally posted by richxx87
                              Nellum is out... and his college career comes to a quiet close.
                              Surely he's got a leg in the relay, no?

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