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  • NCAA Men's Formchart now posted

    see link on front page.

    projects as a battle between Florida and Oregon (Gators favored by 9).

    But showing how little the meet is a "team" championship, between them the two teams are projected to have scorers in 17 of the 21 events, but never do they have a scorer in the same one!

  • #2
    USC Trojans at Florida Relays. Men's 100 meters: 2nd Beejay Lee (10.09); 3rd Andre de Grasse (10.11). Men's 200 meters: 1st de Grasse (20.20); 2nd Lee (20.27).

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    • #3
      Trojan Lee's 100m time still leaves him 4th all-time - he has a 10.07 from '13. De Grasse's 100m time moves him to 8th all time. De Grasses' 200m time moves him to 4th all time and Lee's 200m time moves him to 6th time on the Trojan list.

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      • #4
        Updated chart now posted: Florida's lead has dropped from 9 to 5.

        USC has added 17 points and moved from No. 9 to No. 5.

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        • #5
          Of note: returning from injury for Florida this weekend are 400H TJ Holmes (not on formchart) 400M Hugh Graham Jr (injured since indoor) and 400M Arman Hall (returned from injury with a 4x1 leg 2 weekends ago)

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          • #6
            Latest chart now posted to front page (pre-Conferences): Florida's lead over Oregon down to 3 points.

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            • #7
              Small typo but the margin is actually 2, not 3.

              Nice to have almost guaranteed 1-2 in the 5 and 10.

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              • #8
                100 meters looks like a monster. Miller and Teeters 9th and 10th seems ridiculous but who gets bounced. The 200 with Dukes, DeGrasse and Bromell could be quite fast.

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                • #9
                  And with the Regionals now done, Oregon has slipped by Florida for a couple of points edge in new chart now posted to front page.

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