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  • NCAA 2004 -- What Was Your Favorite Moment?

    Indoors or outdoors, what moment (event, news, interview, happening) will you most remember from the year?

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    Re: NCAA 2004 -- What Was Your Favorite Moment?

    >Indoors or outdoors, what moment (event, news, interview, happening) will you
    >most remember from the year?

    I will go with a story line - The Freshmen: Manson, Jaquelyn Johnson, Skipper, Spearmon, Clement...

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      Re: NCAA 2004 -- What Was Your Favorite Moment?

      Jeremy Wariner's great 43.9 3rd leg on the 4x400 relay to bring Baylor from far back into the lead.

      My least favorite moment(s) had to do with the Texas women fading from contention right from day one. Sanya Richards and coach Bev Kearney deserved a better fate in front of the hometown crowd, especially if this was Sanya's last meet as a collegian. The team seemed to be cursed from the first event, where they were disqualified in the 4x100, to the last, when they blew the first pass in the 4x400.

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        Re: NCAA 2004 -- What Was Your Favorite Moment?

        Texas women utterly destroying the 4x4 NCAA record at Texas Relays. Sadly, I wasn't there to see it, the first Texas Relays I've missed in several years. Of course, I missed it because my second daughter was being born, so I think that's a pretty good excuse. :-)

        Too bad things went so badly awry at the championships. Texas just seemed to be cursed this year.
        "Run fast and keep turning left."

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          Re: NCAA 2004 -- What Was Your Favorite Moment?

          <<.... Sanya Richards and coach Bev
          >Kearney deserved a better fate in front of the hometown crowd, especially if
          >this was Sanya's last meet as a collegian.>>

          Are you saying the dreaded P-word is about to enter into the equation?

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