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  • #16
    Place Name Affiliation Time Heat (Pl)
    1 LSU LSU 3:01.96 1 (1)
    2 Florida Florida 3:02.48 1 (2)
    3 Miss State Miss State 3:04.96 1 (3)
    4 Ohio State Ohio State 3:05.35 1 (4)
    5 BYU BYU 3:05.56 1 (5)
    6 Arkansas Arkansas 3:05.91 1 (6)
    7 Texas A&M Texas A&M 3:06.85 1 (7)
    8 Illinois Illinois 3:07.10 1 (8)

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    • #17
      Originally posted by booond View Post
      I'd be shocked at something other than sub 3. Too many good teams with great individuals not to go under 3.
      This new schedule makes sub-3:00 makes it very difficult, since the top teams are running with a lot less rest after the open events.

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      • #18
        or was it the wind? We'll see how the women play out this afternoon for another good data point

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        • #19
          Norwood looked pretty overpowering on that anchor; Glass had no chance.
          45.10 at 5:35, 44.97r at about 6:50, in poor conditions for 400 running.
          He ran his PB of 44.44 back in mid-April, so how much will he have left if he runs USATF? (He did not compete in USATF last year.)
          Cheers,
          Alan Shank

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Alan Shank View Post
            Norwood looked pretty overpowering on that anchor; Glass had no chance.
            45.10 at 5:35, 44.97r at about 6:50, in poor conditions for 400 running.
            He ran his PB of 44.44 back in mid-April, so how much will he have left if he runs USATF? (He did not compete in USATF last year.)
            Cheers,
            Alan Shank
            His racing schedule has been planned with the USATF Championships and the IAAF Championships in mind. He's run a lot fewer races than the typical quartermiler who makes it to the NCAA Championship final.

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            • #21
              I was thinking the same thing, jazz, but I went back and looked at all the finalists and they ran 12-14 races indoors/outdoors, including Norwood. Ways had the lightest record with 7, but ran a lot of 200s.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by jazzcyclist View Post
                His racing schedule has been planned with the USATF Championships and the IAAF Championships in mind. He's run a lot fewer races than the typical quartermiler who makes it to the NCAA Championship final.
                Good for his coach!
                Cheers,
                Alan Shank

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by gm View Post
                  I was thinking the same thing, jazz, but I went back and looked at all the finalists and they ran 12-14 races indoors/outdoors, including Norwood. Ways had the lightest record with 7, but ran a lot of 200s.
                  But I'm not just talking about open 400's, I'm talking about every time they stepped on the track, either for an open race or a relay.

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                  • #24
                    splits

                    4 x 400
                    FINAL (June 12)
                    1. LSU 3:01.96 (slowest winner since ’03)
                    (Quincy Downing 46.4, Fitzroy Dunkley' 45.6,
                    Cyril Grayson 45.02, Vernon Norwood 44.96);
                    2. Florida 3:02.48
                    (Nick Uruburu 46.9, Dedric Dukes 44.8,
                    Gino Hall 45.03, Najee Glass 45.80);
                    3. Mississippi State 3:04.96
                    (Scottie Hearn 46.7, Charles Taylor 47.0,
                    Brandon McBride' 45.54, Alfred Larry 45.77);
                    4. Ohio State 3:05.35
                    (Antonio Blanks 46.9, Champ Page 46.1,
                    Davon Anderson 46.98, LaMar Bruton 45.43);
                    5. BYU 3:05.56
                    (Mario Harper 47.1, Sean Adams 46.5,
                    Jesse White 46.44, Shaquille Walker 45.58);
                    6. Arkansas 3:05.91
                    (Marqueze Washington 47.3,
                    Jarrion Lawson 45.7,
                    Kenzo Cotton 46.79, Omar McLeod' 46.06);
                    7. Texas A&M 3:06.85
                    (Deon Hickey 47.9, Shavez Hart' 45.4,
                    Hector Hernandez' 47.48, Bralon Taplin' 46.14);
                    8. Illinois 3:07.10
                    (Cam Viney 47.5, David Kendziera 47.2,
                    Joe McAsey 46.81, DJ Zahn 45.60).

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                    • #25
                      standings at end of legs

                      Leg 1:
                      1. LSU 46.4; 2. Mississippi State 46.7; 3. Ohio State 46.8; 4. Florida 46.9; 5. BYU 47.1; 6. Arkansas 47.4; 7. Illinois 47.5; 8. Texas A&M 47.8

                      Leg 2:
                      1. Florida 1:31.65; 2. LSU 1:31.98; 3. Ohio State 1:32.94; 4. Arkansas 1:33.06; 5. Texas A&M 1:33.23; 6. BYU 1:33.55; 7. Mississippi State 1:33.65; 8. Illinois 1:34.70

                      Leg 3:
                      1. Florida 2:16.68; 2. LSU 2:17.00; 3. Mississippi State 2:19.19; 4. Arkansas 2:19.85; 5. Ohio State 2:19.92; 6. BYU 2:19.98; 7. Texas A&M 2:20.71; 8. Illinois 2:21.51

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                      • #26
                        Thanks very much for the breakout of the first two legs. Mentioned in the 200m thread that Dukes' performances in the 100m and 200m suggested that the 400m might be his event. And he runs the fastest split in the 4x4 field.

                        Too bad he wasn't on the anchor to have the showdown with Norwood.

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