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    Current Rankings:

    1. Michigan
    2. Oklahoma
    3. Florida
    4. UCLA
    5. Alabama
    6. Nebraska
    7. LSU
    8. Utah
    9. Georgia
    10. Stanford
    11. Denver
    12. Minnesota
    13. Arizona
    14. Maryland
    15. Kentucky
    16. Oregon State
    17. Boise State
    18. Auburn
    19. Ohio State
    20. Central Michigan
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    26t. Arkansas
    26t. Illinois
    29. Washington
    30. Penn State
    34. Iowa
    38. Missouri
    45. Iowa State
    48. Michigan State
    64. Lindenwood

    Top-36 at the end of the season advance to regional competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemba View Post
    Glad to oblige -- I like the NCAA men even more than the women! I just hope that the men get some good TV coverage here in the Eastern U.S. Last year was pretty good so I am optimistic that we'll get several meets televised here again. I lurve Michigan, and a few of the Penn State rings guys had amazing routines with really world-class strength moves. Last season was very exciting.
    I love Michigan, too, of course! I'm hoping I'll actually get to see them at some point this year since silly U of M doesn't livestream from Cliff Keene. Right now the Michigan website says that the Ohio State/Michigan meet will be on the BTN in february. They had a great start to their season! 1st at the Windy City invitational over Illinois and Ohio State and that is with Sam Mikulak missing the meet for National Team training. There's definitely room for improvement on the scores. Hopefully we can stop counting 13s on pommel and PBars and 12s and 13s on high bar (they fall off a lot). Sam's return should help with Pommel right away and HBar and PBars sooner or later (depending on how his injury recovery is going) not to mention a big vault score. I'm sure they are still playing with the lineup as well.

    Anyone follow any other big men's meets this weekend?

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    MEETS THIS WEEKEND

    FRIDAY, JANUARY 25
    #18 Auburn @ #3 Florida
    #4 UCLA @ Arizona State
    #15 Kentucky @ #5 Alabama
    #6 Nebraska @ #19 Ohio State
    #11 Denver @ Arkansas
    #8 Utah @ #13 Arizona
    Western Michigan, George Washington @ #23 Kent State
    West Virginia @ #24 NC State
    Southern Utah, Hamline @ Utah State
    Northern Illinois @ Ball State
    Seattle Pacific @ Alaska
    Sac State @ San Jose State
    Centenary @ Southeast Missouri
    Gustavus Adolphus, Winona State @ Wisconsin-Stout

    SATURDAY, JANUARY 26
    #1 Michigan, #20 Central Michigan, Iowa State @ #12 Minnesota
    #2 Oklahoma, #7 LSU, #9 Georgia, #16 Oregon State, Washington @ Metroplex Challenge (Dallas, TX)
    #10 Stanford @ #21 California
    North Carolina @ #14 Maryland
    #17 Boise State @ Brigham Young
    Bowling Green @ #25 Eastern Michigan
    #22 Pittsburgh, Iowa, Rutgers @ Penn State
    Michigan State @ Illinois
    Brown, Temple @ New Hampshire
    Missouri, Texas Woman's, UC Davis @ Air Force
    Seattle Pacific @ Alaska
    Pennsylvania @ Yale
    Bridgeport, Lindenwood, Ursinus College @ Towson
    Cortland State @ Cornell
    Southern Connecticut @ Rhode Island
    Brockport @ West Chester
    Wisconsin-Oshkosh @ Wisconsin-Whitewater

    SUNDAY, JANUARY 27
    UIC @ Illinois State
    Ithaca @ Springfield College

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    UPSET ALERT:

    Minnesota has defeated #1 Michigan by 0.025, 196.800 to 196.775!

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    2013 NCAA Gymnastics - 'Cause it's Always a Good Time!

    Not sure of final results but LSU scores 197.100 in Dallas. Scores were really high considering LSU scored a 48.750 on beam. No falls counted on beam but just some lowish scores.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fridge_Break View Post
    UPSET ALERT:

    Minnesota has defeated #1 Michigan by 0.025, 196.800 to 196.775!
    I just saw this after being so engrossed with nationals all week. HUGE win for Minnesota!

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    Updated Rankings:

    1. Florida (up 2)
    2. Oklahoma (neutral)
    3. Michigan (down 2)
    4. UCLA (neutral)
    5. Alabama (neutral)
    6. LSU (up 1)
    7. Nebraska (down 1)
    8. Georgia (up 1)
    9. Utah (down 1)
    10. Minnesota (up 2)
    11. Stanford (down 1)
    12. Arizona (up 1)
    13. Denver (down 2)
    14. Oregon State (up 2)
    15. Maryland (down 1)
    16. Kentucky (down 1)
    17. Auburn (up 1)
    18. Ohio State (up 1)
    19. Illinois (up 7)
    20. California (up 1)
    21. Boise State (down 4)
    22. Arkansas (up 4)
    23. Central Michigan (down 3)
    24. NC State (neutral)
    25. Kent State (down 2)

    Dropped from top-25:
    Pittsburgh (31)
    Eastern Michigan (33)

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    MEETS THIS WEEKEND:

    Friday, February 1
    #1 Florida @ #22 Arkansas
    #2 Oklahoma, Western Michigan, William & Mary @ West Virginia
    #6 LSU @ #16 Kentucky
    #19 Illinois @ #7 Nebraska
    Arizona State @ #9 Utah
    #10 Minnesota @ Michigan State
    #12 Arizona @ Washington
    #17 Auburn @ Missouri
    Brigham Young @ #21 Boise State
    Utah State @ Southern Utah
    Centenary, Pennsylvania @ Ball State
    Seattle Pacific @ UC Davis
    Winona State, Gustavus Adolphus, Wisconsin-Oshkosh @ Wisconsin-La Crosse

    Saturday, February 2
    Iowa @ #3 Michigan
    #4 UCLA @ #11 Stanford
    #5 Alabama @ #8 Georgia
    #24 NC State, Air Force, San Jose State @ #13 Denver
    #15 Maryland @ North Carolina
    #18 Ohio State @ Penn State
    #23 Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Illinois State @ UIC
    #25 Kent State @ Bowling Green
    Southeast Missouri @ Northern Illinois
    Towson @ Cornell
    Pittsburgh, Brown, Southern Connecticut @ Rutgers
    Lindenwood @ Texas Woman's
    Cortland Stae, Springfield College @ Ithaca College
    Bridgeport, Ursinus College, West Chester @ Temple
    Brockport, Rhode Island College @ Wilson College
    Wisconsin-Eau Claire @ Wisconsin-Whitewater

    Sunday, February 3
    #14 Oregon State @ #20 California
    George Washington, Yale @ New Hampshire

    Anyone going to any meets this week?

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    Minnesota-Michigan State just finished up. Terrible meet for both teams. Minnesota, after their big win last week, scored a 194.325, Michigan State with a 192.600.

    I am so frustrated with MSU's team. They had so many falls tonight. 1 on vault, 2 on bars, 3 on beam, 1 on floor (and one routine with two OOB that scored a 9.3). I know this is a seriously crazy young team, but they are WAY too talented to be constantly scoring this low. I know they're trying their best, but.. they're not even going to make regionals this year.

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    2013 NCAA Gymnastics - 'Cause it's Always a Good Time!

    LSU had a so-so meet scoring 195.875. I don't have score breakdowns but I know they had a sub 49 on bars. Not sure if they had to count a fall or if they just weren't hitting.
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    Thrilled to see Zamarippa with a 10 on vault this week. A beautiful Yurchenko full.

    At this point I think it will be Florida's NCAA title to lose, they haven't even come close to peaking yet and are the team with the most difficulty and star power. I think this will finally be their year, UCLA and Alabama don't have as strong of teams as last year, and they also don't have the difficulty that Florida will have across all 4 by NCAA's. Would be nice to see them finally get it, I'm especially impressed with Kytra Hunter and Bridget so far this year. Mackenzie Caquatto has scored 10 on bars, then they have Ashanee Dickerson and soo many others in every lineup. UCLA lost Sam Pezsek for this season, Mattie Larson is barely doing even 1 event now, Danusia is off to a so-so start score wise, and Alabama doesn't seem to be in the shape they will need to be to win it. (although to be honest I was shocked they pulled it off last year with a much stronger team)

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    Florida's only area of vulnerability is on floor. However, they have already started adding others into the line up (Sloan) so it should continue to improve. Even with that one area, they should still easily walk away with wins so long as they hit. That floor issue could hurt them though if they need to try and absorb a fall, as it did to them at LSU.
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    Florida is ridiculous. In a perfect world, their coaches would let Hunter, Sloan, King, Dickerson, and Johnson all do the AA in the nationals prelims so they can all battle it out for the AA title, but that will probably never happen. At most they've had 3 AA'ers in a meet.

    Sloan's FX is one of my favorites this year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...9icKAs#t=4964s (That youtube channel also has many full meets if anyone wants to check them out!)

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    If Florida doesn't win the title this year, I will be flabbergasted. All that talent and they wouldn't have the big title in their grasp.

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    Updated Rankings:

    1. Florida
    2. Oklahoma
    3. Michigan
    4. UCLA
    5. Alabama
    6. Georgia (up 2)
    7. Utah (up 2)
    8. LSU (down 2)
    9. Nebraska (down 2)
    10. Stanford (up 1)
    11. Denver (up 2)
    12. Oregon State (up 2)
    13t. Minnesota (down 3)
    13t. Arizona (down 1)
    15. Auburn (up 2)
    16. Boise State (up 5)
    17. Maryland (down 2)
    18. Kentucky (down 2)
    19. Arkansas (up 3)
    20. Ohio State (down 2)
    21. Central Michigan (down 2)
    22. Illinois (down 3)
    23. California (down 3)
    24. Kent State (up 1)
    25. Washington (up 3)

    Dropped from top-25:
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    LSU posts a season high 197.275 and Lomincia Hall finally gets that 10 on floor! Great meet, Geaux Tigers!

    Florida scored a 198.100
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    Of course, the one night that I'm not able to watch the Florida meet online, they score a 198.1 against Florida! It looks like everyone except Kytra Hunter was on fire for Florida. Glad to see Bridget Sloan do so well last night as she's struggled on at least one event in all of the meets I've seen.

    There has been a person posting entire meets from SEC teams on YouTube, so I'm hoping I get to see the Florida/Alabama meet and Hall's 10 on Floor.

    I watched the Stanford/UCLA meet last weekend and I thought UCLA looked pretty good, but not as good as what I was expecting. One of the commentators was a male gymnast from Stanford and he was incredibly nitpicky and critical of the gymnasts (from both teams, but more UCLA), so I don't know if that put a damper on my enjoyment of the meet or what it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen View Post
    There has been a person posting entire meets from SEC teams on YouTube, so I'm hoping I get to see the Florida/Alabama meet and Hall's 10 on Floor.
    Link? Thanks!

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    Bridget Sloan is taking names, I love this Florida team. Great on every event, the only thing missing is UCLA choreography but I ain't mad at their gator chomp this year.

    Does anybody else feel like the top teams are all in relatively weaker years than normal (and to be honest, out of shape)? UCLA, Alabama, Georgia, Utah, Stanford, etc have solid teams, but not even close to the strongest teams they have had (esp in recent years). Florida has the best team they have ever had IMO.

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