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  • ¶2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore (Texas A&M) 45.02

    T&FN formchart:

    1. Deon Lendore' Texas A&M Jr
    2. Gino Hall Florida So
    3. Michael Berry Oregon Sr
    4. Bralon Taplin’ Texas A&M Jr
    5. Brycen Spratling Pitt Sr
    6. James Harris Florida State Sr
    7. Vernon Norwood LSU Jr
    8. Hugh Graham Florida Jr
    9. Michael Cherry Florida State Fr
    10. Najee Glass Florida So

  • #2
    Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—in/out double for Lendore?

    Three TX AM guys drawn in first heat, with only 2 advancing automatically.

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    • #3
      Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—in/out double for Lendore?

      Wow, Arman Hall finishes fifth in his heat.

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      • #4
        Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—in/out double for Lendore?

        Armn Hall finishing 5th in his heat. But Najee glass makes it to the final for Florida...

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        • #5
          Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—in/out double for Lendore?

          Injury scratch for Cherry.

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          • #6
            Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—in/out double for Lendore?

            Place Name Affiliation Time Heat (Pl)
            1 Deon Lendore JR Texas A&M 45.18 Q 1 (1)
            2 Brycen Spratling SR Pittsburgh 45.41 (45.401) Q 2 (1)
            3 Mike Berry SR Oregon 45.41 (45.410) Q 3 (1)
            4 Vernon Norwood JR LSU 45.52 Q 2 (2)
            5 Najee Glass SO Florida 45.56 q 2 (3)
            6 Christopher Giesting JR Notre Dame 45.68 q 2 (4)
            7 James Harris SR Florida State 45.75 Q 3 (2)
            8 Bralon Taplin JR Texas A&M 45.81 3 (3)
            9 Hugh Graham Jr JR Florida 45.83 Q 1 (2)
            10 Patrick Feeney SR Notre Dame 45.88 2 (5)
            11 Cass Brown-Stewart SR Stephen F. Austin 46.20 1 (3)
            12 Zack Bilderback SO Texas 46.28 1 (4)
            13 Cody Rush SO Nebraska 46.30 2 (6)
            14 Carlyle Roudette SR Texas A&M 46.36 1 (5)
            15 Clinton Collins SR North Texas 46.37 2 (7)
            16 Braxton Klavins JR SIU-Edwardsville 46.40 3 (4)
            17 Arman Hall SO Florida 46.66 3 (5)
            18 Lamar Bruton FR Ohio State 46.70 3 (6)
            19 Aldrich Bailey Jr. SO Texas A&M 46.71 1 (6)
            20 Je'von Hutchison SR Hampton 46.97 1 (7)
            21 Emmanuel Tugumisirize SR Mid. Tenn. State 47.05 3 (7)
            22 DJ Zahn JR Illinois 47.30 1 (8)
            23 Errol Nolan SR Houston 47.67 2 (8)
            Michael Cherry FR Florida State DNS 3

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            • #7
              Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore leads Q at 45.18

              formchart damage

              1. Deon Lendore' Texas A&M Jr
              3. Michael Berry Oregon Sr
              4. Bralon Taplin’ Texas A&M Jr
              5. Brycen Spratling Pitt Sr
              6. James Harris Florida State Sr
              7. Vernon Norwood LSU Jr
              10. Najee Glass Florida So

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              • #8
                Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore leads Q at 45.18

                Originally posted by gh
                formchart damage

                1. Deon Lendore' Texas A&M Jr
                3. Michael Berry Oregon Sr
                4. Bralon Taplin’ Texas A&M Jr
                5. Brycen Spratling Pitt Sr
                6. James Harris Florida State Sr
                7. Vernon Norwood LSU Jr
                10. Najee Glass Florida So
                Taplin out as well

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                • #9
                  Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore leads Q at 45.18

                  1 Deon Lendore JR Texas A&M 45.02
                  2 Mike Berry SR Oregon 45.07
                  3 Vernon Norwood JR LSU 45.45
                  4 Brycen Spratling SR Pittsburgh 45.49
                  5 Najee Glass SO Florida 45.63
                  6 James Harris SR Florida St 45.64
                  7 Christopher Giesting JR NotreDame46.10
                  8 Hugh Graham Jr JR Florida 46.65

                  .

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                  • #10
                    Re: 2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore leads Q at 45.18

                    Amazing effort for Berry in his last collegiate race. Lendore alluded to being unhappy at his race strategy; not sure what he is referring to as it looked to me that he got out well and was all over Spratling by 150m.

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                    • #11
                      Re: ¶2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore (Texas A&M) 45.02

                      Has Lendore made any comment about going pro?

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                      • #12
                        Re: ¶2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore (Texas A&M) 45.02

                        Originally posted by cladthin
                        Has Lendore made any comment about going pro?
                        I know after indoor champs he stated he had no intentions to go pro and wanted to finish off his career and get his degree at A&M...
                        Also, no real incentive to go pro in a non WC year either since he is not graduating.

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                        • #13
                          Re: ¶2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore (Texas A&M) 45.02

                          I have to wonder if his 44.36 + titles will change his mind.

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                          • #14
                            Re: ¶2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore (Texas A&M) 45.02

                            Originally posted by cladthin
                            I have to wonder if his 44.36 + titles will change his mind.
                            Hard to say, all depends on the athlete.

                            Dix ran 9.93, 19.69, makes a world champ team, but not only decides to forgo his spot, but also stay in school back in 2007.

                            LaShawn Merrit runs 44.9 in his first indoor season in college and goes pro one week before competing in his first NCAA champs...

                            Impossible to predict these things...

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                            • #15
                              Re: ¶2014 NCAA: m400—Lendore (Texas A&M) 45.02

                              Originally posted by ATK
                              Originally posted by cladthin
                              I have to wonder if his 44.36 + titles will change his mind.
                              Hard to say, all depends on the athlete.

                              Dix ran 9.93, 19.69, makes a world champ team, but not only decides to forgo his spot, but also stay in school back in 2007.

                              LaShawn Merrit runs 44.9 in his first indoor season in college and goes pro one week before competing in his first NCAA champs...

                              Impossible to predict these things...
                              I agree on predictions, it was more of a rhetorical question. I hope he stays as it's good for NCAA track and field and possibly he truly enjoys the overall collegiate experience but if he takes the money a year early striking while the iron is hot, that makes sense as well.

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