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    As we can see...

    2019 and Avante is wrong again.

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    Dude...................JUNE.........ok stupid? My God this guy is dumb.

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    I get you have no clue what any of this means, but......



    Florida's Grant Holloway could win the 60/hurdles/long jump and run a leg on that stud 4x4 team. That's 40 points.

    I pay little attention to indoor track, but looking at potential points from below it's very realistic to see TT winning this meet. If they don't then Florida will.

    http://www.rtspt.com/ncaa/d1indoor19/fri_men_start.htm?linkId=100000005312183




    Last edited by Avant; 03-07-2019 at 12:33 AM.

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    Dude, anyone thinking Dwight Clark was a TE need not worry about others being wrong.

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    Dude, anyone thinking Dwight Clark was a TE need not worry about others being wrong.
    Joe Montana thought Dwight Clark was a tight end.

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    Joe Montana thought Dwight Clark was a tight end.
    No he didn't.

    Dude, are you re ed?

    Remember me telling you that Florida's Grant Holloway would win the 60 and the hurdles.
    Place
    Athlete Affiliation Time
    1 Grant HOLLOWAY JR Florida 6.50 PB
    2 Mario BURKE SR Houston 6.55 (6.541) PB
    3 Hakim SANI BROWN SO Florida 6.55 (6.546)
    4 Cravon GILLESPIE SR Oregon 6.57 PB
    5 Bryand RINCHER FR Florida State 6.60 =SB
    6 Ryan CLARK SR Florida 6.61 =PB
    7 Divine ODUDURU JR Texas Tech 6.62 *************
    8 Kasaun JAMES JR Florida State 6.67

    Place
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    1 Grant HOLLOWAY JR Florida 7.35 PB FR MR CR
    2 Daniel ROBERTS JR Kentucky 7.41 PB
    3 Trey CUNNINGHAM SO Florida State 7.64
    4 Amere LATTIN SR Houston 7.77
    5 John BURT JR Texas 7.80
    6 Chris DOUGLAS SR Iowa 7.83
    7 Caleb PARKER JR Southern Miss 7.87 (7.864)
    8 Isaiah MOORE SR South Carolina 7.87 (7.870)

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    The final standings.


    PLACE
    MEN [17 out of 17 scored] SCORE
    1 Florida 55
    2 Houston 44
    3 LSU 31
    4 Stanford 30
    4 Wisconsin 30
    6 Florida State 24
    6 Texas Tech 24
    8 Alabama 23
    9 Georgia 20
    9 North Dakota St. 20



    I did think they'd do better also, but as you see.....................

    Cool running your big mouth got,ok?

    Dude, three more points than North Dakota State...????????????

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    The final standings.


    PLACE
    MEN [17 out of 17 scored] SCORE
    1 Florida 55
    2 Houston 44
    3 LSU 31
    4 Stanford 30
    4 Wisconsin 30
    6 Florida State 24
    6 Texas Tech 24
    8 Alabama 23
    9 Georgia 20
    9 North Dakota St. 20



    I did think they'd do better also, but as you see.....................

    Cool running your big mouth got,ok?

    Dude, three more points than North Dakota State...????????????
    You thought they'd do better and you don't care about indoor track any way. Cool running your big mouth got, ok.

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    Joe Montana thought Dwight Clark was a tight end.
    Montana called Clark “the consummate receiver.”

    “He’s not the guy who’s going to get by you every time, but he’ll get by you if you ask him to,” the Hall of Fame quarterback said by phone. “He’ll do everything you want him to. He’ll block downfield. He’ll come in tight and be a small tight end. He never even questioned it..."

    https://www.latimes.com/sports/nfl/l...109-story.html


    Piece of fat stupid old loud mouth is wrong again. Just another day.
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    Montana called Clark “the consummate receiver.”

    “He’s not the guy who’s going to get by you every time, but he’ll get by you if you ask him to,” the Hall of Fame quarterback said by phone. “He’ll do everything you want him to. He’ll block downfield. He’ll come in tight and be a small tight end. He never even questioned it..."

    https://www.latimes.com/sports/nfl/l...109-story.html


    Piece of fat stupid old loud mouth is wrong again. Just another day.
    No you stupid , that is not Montana talking about Clark as a TE ya dumb , that is....he will do it if needed there....ok stupid?

    Dummy, watch the ing game video and you won't ever see Clark as a TE....ok ya idiot?

    Blake, ya got your ass kicked, wasn't even close now stop acting totally retarted, ok loser?

    Joe....the guy will do whatever it takes......doesn't mean Clark was a TE.......this really has to be explained to your dumb ass, really?

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    Sani Brown was a huge star in Japan, he is now at Florida and just took third in the 60 but was coming on. He is more 100m than the indoor stuff. We never see Japanese sprinters over here so this is a rarity.

    With NCAA 60 champ Grant Holloway also at Florida we could see some big thing in that 4x1 relay. Holloway's first season running the sprints, so to cook a 6.50....wow~~~

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    Current rankings for outdoor

    Oh look

    NCAA Division I
    Men's Outdoor Track & Field
    USTFCCCA National TFRI: Track & Field Rating Index
    2019 Week #1 - April 1st
    NATIONAL
    RANK TEAM POINTS CONFERENCE REGION CHANGE

    1 texas-tech TEXAS TECH 366.11 Big 12 Mountain ◀▶
    (LW: 1)
    2 texas-am TEXAS A&M 301.52 SEC South Central ◀▶
    (LW: 2)
    3 florida FLORIDA 287.99 SEC South ▲1
    (LW: 4)
    4 byu BYU 229.50 Independent (DI) Mountain ▲1
    (LW: 5)
    5 alabama ALABAMA 214.77 SEC South ▼2
    (LW: 3)
    6 lsu LSU 194.95 SEC South Central ▲3
    (LW: 9)
    7 florida-state FLORIDA STATE

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    Blake, all that matters in NCAA track are those NCAA champs outdoors a few months from now, ok guy?
    You really don't know about college track and field tbh.

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    Talk to me about the athletes involved in the sport, the who did what. I don't care about that kind of thing, ok? Nobody does.

    Dude, you know nothing about what is going on right now in the NCAA do you? Talk to me about what athlete might score 40 points at the indoors.

    I;m a who, what, where and when guy, don't give a about the how.
    Oh Avante getting smoked in this thread.

    Just another day.


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    You really don't know about college track and field tbh.
    Blake, you've never got most things, this just another example of just how stupid you really are.

    Right here in my hands is a notebook that I started keeping in 1966, it has 76 NCAA schools listed. Those schools that meet my criteria.

    There is nobody anywhere who can talk NCAA track on my level and I think you know this.

    YES....TT....is not a track power from an historical perspective, they are FINALLY improving. Now look at their history and you'll see it's not all that compared to other schools.

    Dude, stop acting like some idiot, ok? guy, I can list everyone who ever did anything in NCAA track going back to the late 1800's. There is NOBODY I;m not aware of, ok guy?

    Blake, why do you fight it so damn hard guy?

    Watch this.

    All Time Texas Southern 100yd/m

    lane

    1.Augustine Olobia...Nigeria
    2.Homer Jones....first NFLer to e the ball
    3.Henry Neal
    4.Robert Taylor....72 Oly silver
    5.Jimmy Hines WR9.95/68 Oly gold
    6.Willie Polk
    7.Ralph Alpaugh
    8.Theolonious Bush

    "B"

    lane

    1.Renaldo Dawson
    2.Charlie Frazier.....Oiler
    3.Ken Burroughs....Oiler
    4.Bill Cowings
    5.Amos Sumpter
    6.Ernest Pough
    7.Clyde Duncan
    8.Roman Turner

    I can do that with every school in the NCAA.

    Dude, embrace it and learn, stop fighting it guy.



    Blake, now think, ok?


    Top 10 Athletes (1891-1900)
    25 Best Performances (1891-1900)
    1 McMasters USA 9.6 Princeton Jun 1, 1891
    1 Bernard Wefers USA 9.6 Washington Nov 7, 1896
    3 Evert J. Wendell USA 9.75 Princeton Jun 1, 1891
    3 Joseph S. Roddy USA 9.75 Princeton Jun 1, 1891
    3 Luther Cary USA 9.75 Lawrenceville Jun 1, 1891
    6 William McPherson AUS 9.8 Auckland Feb 7, 1891
    6 John Hempton NZL 9.8 Christchurch Feb 6, 1892
    6 Charles Bradley GBR 9.8 London Jul 11, 1892
    6 John R. Owen USA 9.8 Cleveland Aug 13, 1892
    6 Harry Jewett USA 9.8 Cleveland Aug 13, 1892
    6 Alfred Downer GBR 9.8 London May 4, 1895
    6 John V. Crum USA 9.8 Chicago Jun 15, 1895
    6 James Maybury USA 9.8 Madison May 8, 1897
    6 John H. Rush USA 9.8 (Iowa) May 22, 1897
    6 Charles Burroughs USA 9.8 Chicago Jun 1, 1898
    6 Walter Tewksbury USA 9.8 Elmira May 1, 1899
    6 Frank Jarvis USA 9.8 Elmira May 30, 1899
    6 Arthur Duffey USA 9.8 Newton Aug 26, 1899
    World Records
    ( - Record was ratified)
    9.8* William MacPherson AUS Auckland Feb 07, 1891
    9.75 Luther Cary USA Lawrenceville N.J. Jun 01, 1891
    9.8* John Hempton NZL Christchurch Feb 06, 1892
    9.8* John Crum USA Chicago Jun 15, 1895
    9.8* Charles Bradley GBR Stoke-on-trent Aug 06, 1895
    9.8* Alfred Downer GBR Stoke-on-trent Aug 06, 1895
    9.8* Bernard Wefers USA New York Sep 21, 1895
    9.8* Bernard Wefers USA New York May 30, 1896
    9.8* John H. Rush USA Des Moines May 28, 1897
    9.8* James Maybury USA Chicago Jun 05, 1897
    9.8* Bernard Wefers USA New York Aug 28, 1897
    9.8* John H. Rush USA Chicago Jun 18, 1898
    9.8* Arthur Duffey USA Philadelphia Apr 28, 1900


    Then there's the event by event NCAA Championships Meet history.


    I am DA MAN guy and you refuse to accept that fact.
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    Just messing with the boy now.

    All Time Grambling 100y/m

    lane

    1.Winston Shortt Jamaica
    2.Vernus Ragsdale
    3.Richard Stebbins.....Oly 200
    4.Joe Sincere
    5.Stone Johnson....Oly 200
    6.Jack Phillips
    7.Robert Woods
    8.Don Meadows

    It would take 4 heats for USC

    Texas Tech can't fill 8 lanes with quality sprinters. Yep, inferior to Grambling, Texas Southern.

    it.

    All Time USC 100y/m

    heat 1

    1.O.J.Simpson
    2.Payton Jordan
    3.Don Quarrie Olympian/Jamaica
    4.Aaron Brown Olympian/Canada
    5.BeeJay Lee
    6.Andre DeGrasse Olympian/Canada
    7.Mike Sanford
    8.Luis Morales

    heat 2

    1.Joel Andrews
    2.Marques Holliwell
    3.T.J.Brock
    4.Just N' Tymes
    5.Calvin Holmes
    6.Mel Patton Olympian/USA
    7.Clancy Edwards
    8.Kevin Williams

    heat 3

    1.Foy Draper Olympian
    2.Guy Abrahams Olympian/Panama
    3.James Gilkes Olympian/Guyana
    4.Dave Morris
    5.Kareem Kelly
    6.Willie Deckard
    7.Frank Wykoff Olympian/USA
    8.Curtis Conway

    heat 4

    1.Wes Felix
    2.Lennox Miler Olympian/Jamaica
    3.Charles Paddock Olympian/USA
    4.Marvin Anderson
    5.Leon Brown
    6.James Sanford
    7.Ahmad Rashad
    8.Fred Kuller

    I have no equal amigo, yep, none~
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    As we can see Blake has no clue about how any of this works, why he even tries to talk track is a....????????

    He played this stupid before the NCAA Indoor Champs, TT came in 6/7 something like that.

    Track starts heating up in late May, right now those who know the sport chill, take a wait and see approach. WAY TOO EARLY....to be talking , only a rookie like Blake talks .

    TT not known as a track power like I said.

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    Blake, work with me son.

    It's like the NFL, who puts much into pre turkeyday, yep, nobody who knows the game.

    You continue to simply not understand how track works. These athletes want to be peaking late May, not mid April, so they are training to be ready for league, the regionals and that NCAA Champs meet. So stop looking like a know nothing, ok guy? If they are in peak form now they won't be able to sustain that until JUNE when it really matters, I know.....huh???

    Dude, you didn't learn anything from those indoor NCAA Champs were TT got smoked?

    Dude, TT has NEVER EVER had a great 100/200 sprinter until right now, ok guy? Never had a sub10.00/20.00 cat, until now. TCU has had....8....sub10.00 sprinters, Houston 4 sub 20.00 cats. TONS of schools on a whole higher level that TT.

    Stop talking about things you obviously know nothing about. ok?

    Learn how things work, ok Blake?

    Large drops in time (or gains in height/distance) stem directly from the workout and skill progressions you’ve taught during the Preparation phases and early Compe ive phase. If you have a 12 week season, it’s what you do in the first 8 (or so) weeks that set the flight path for your peak. If you didn’t specifically design your progressions in a way that facilitates optimal execution during Championship Season, it doesn’t matter which elite coaches you steal ‘peaking’ workouts from. It won’t matter.
    Running the type of sprints/hurdles/jumps program that performs at a high level year after year takes a consistent commitment of time and effort on the part of the coach. Ubiquitous success also requires thought, planning and, yes, some money too.

    Generally speaking, ***********you can hold a ‘peak’ for 1-3 weeks***********, depending on the length of your Prep Phases. In my experience at the HS level, I think it’s reasonable to hold a ‘peak’ for roughly 2 weeks. If you do the math and time it right, that means you can get 2-3 meets with big PRs before you need to reload. But there are no magic workouts late in the season if you didn’t run good progressions early in the season. Just like there are no good jumps in the long jump if you didn’t run a good approach.

    Dude, nobody wants that 1-3 weeks to be right now, the Champs are weeks away, ok slick?

    Rookies sheesh~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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    Dummy doesn't understand it at all does he? Not a clue.

    Not that it matters this early.

    Track and Field News has....

    1.LSU
    2.Florida
    3TT

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    Blake destroys Avante again

    Blake is after SF6 record for consecutive victories over dem track blues.

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