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  • wamego relays champ
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    Originally posted by CKuykendall View Post
    I can get the same info from eTN, but the last 36 runners have been deleted from the results of the NCAA East Regional men's 10000 at https://www.ncaa.com/sites/default/f...1_compiled.htm. It would be nice if somebody would put them back.
    It looks like the Splits page still has everyone

    https://www.ncaa.com/sites/default/f...t/008-1-01.htm

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  • CKuykendall
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    I can get the same info from eTN, but the last 36 runners have been deleted from the results of the NCAA East Regional men's 10000 at https://www.ncaa.com/sites/default/f...1_compiled.htm. It would be nice if somebody would put them back.

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  • dpasv
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    Originally posted by gm View Post
    Equally amazing is that A&M ran that fast without Mylik Kerley or Bobby Grant...
    Very good point. And just about as young as USC's stellar QM group. Aside from issues like Kerley/Grant, one can see that group running that time or better next season as well.

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  • ATK
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    Jazz makes a good point. I originally just did a quick search of the schools website and counted the number of athletes they reported on thier website (mis-counting Florida) without checking the final list.

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  • jazzcyclist
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    Is every school counting the same way? LSU had 15 different athletes qualify in individual events but two of them qualified in two events and all four of their relay teams qualified for a total of 21 scoring opportunities.

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  • Bruce Kritzler
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    Originally posted by ATK View Post
    As far as I can see, no.
    I think Florida got 28, TxA&M 24, Kentucky 22, Georgia 20, LSU 15
    Florida website says they have 30 (with heptathlon).

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  • _Jay
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    Originally posted by Daniel Foster View Post
    "Based on the fact that they barely won the race....." could be attributed to the fact that Robert Ford - a Trojan 800m specialist - ran the third leg instead of Morgan. Morgan had qualified for Eugene in the open 400m, so not sure if he was injured or not.

    Not sure if he is injured. Like you said, his last race he qualified for the 400m the day before,so who knows.

    But USC ran 3:01 with a near 47 leg in place of a guy who runs a 45.2 open 400m. That and the fact that Schinnick also isn’t all the way back either. If everyone is healthy, they’d have a legit shot at 2:58....

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  • nikbonaddio
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    Originally posted by gm View Post
    You omitted some very interesting details.
    Yes, but, uh, I don't want to skirt any rules or conversational decorum.

    At the end of the day, the splits are what they are.

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  • AS
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    Originally posted by Atticus View Post
    Imagine running a 44.1r and getting run down from 10m back!
    Imagine running 44.1r and being an 800m specialist!

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  • gm
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    Originally posted by nikbonaddio View Post
    Non-D1, but in the D3 meet, the 2nd place team had an anchor run 46.2 and was walked down by winner (and team winner) Mt. Union with a 44.7 leg. Insane time for D3.
    You omitted some very interesting details.

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  • nikbonaddio
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    Originally posted by Atticus View Post
    Imagine running a 44.1r and getting run down from 10m back!
    Non-D1, but in the D3 meet, the 2nd place team had an anchor run 46.2 and was walked down by winner (and team winner) Mt. Union with a 44.7 leg. Insane time for D3.

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  • Twice An Olympian
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    Originally posted by ATK View Post
    As far as I can see, no.

    I think Florida got 28, TxA&M 24, Kentucky 22, Georgia 20, LSU 15
    Thanks for the info!

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  • gm
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    Equally amazing is that A&M ran that fast without Mylik Kerley or Bobby Grant. It would truly be a titanic battle between USC and A&M if all parties were completely healthy. I would give the edge to USC in a great race.

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  • Daniel Foster
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    "Based on the fact that they barely won the race....." could be attributed to the fact that Robert Ford - a Trojan 800m specialist - ran the third leg instead of Morgan. Morgan had qualified for Eugene in the open 400m, so not sure if he was injured or not.

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  • ATK
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    Camacho-Quinn qualified in 4 different events running 6 races over 2 days, 3 of those races being within the top 15ish (or so) all time NCAA marks (200m all conditions)

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