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Men's PAC 12 Forecast Updated

Posted: 04/23/2013 9:38 PM

Men's PAC 12 Forecast Updated 

Oregon men continue to maintain a comfortable lead. Likely not many significant changes from here on. I’ll do a last week updating just before the meet. Numbers in parens represent changes since the preseason forecast:


Oregon                         154 (+3)


ASU                              114 (+19)


UCLA                            104 (+4)


USC                                 95 (-3)


Wash                                83 (+9)


Cal                                    82 (-9)


Ariz                                   55 (-12)


Stan                                    54 (-4)


WSU                                   52 (+6)


Col                                      28 (-10)



Individually for the Ducks:


Delaney  4th 100 5th 200


Thomas 6th 100


Berry   1st 400


Anding   8th  400


Greer/Guyota    1st/2nd  800


1500    Fleet 2nd  Noelle 5th Miner 6th


Elkaim/Stinson 2nd/3rd 5T


10T Stinson 1st  Melancon  4th Pickering  7th


HH  Cabral 1st Ferguson  6th


IH Cabral  6th


Relays  2nd in both


Ouderkirk  5th  PV


LJ  Ferguson  6th


TJ Pinkney  8th


Crouser  SP 5th  D 8th  J 1st


Skipper  5th  HT


Keys  2nd Dec

Questions and comments welcome as always

Last edited 04/23/2013 9:39 PM by danishduck

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Posted: 04/23/2013 10:21 PM

Re: Men's PAC 12 Forecast Updated 

You don't have Kemp in the Dec. Also, since Keys won the Pac 12s last year, who is your form chart first to beat him?

One more question...won't it be fun to see a seventh straight men's conference

One comment...Cal has come up dramatically from prior seasons

Last edited 04/23/2013 10:24 PM by ramsuer

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Posted: 04/23/2013 10:31 PM

Re: Men's PAC 12 Forecast Updated 

Kemp is 9th at 7019 with 8th at 7078. He could certainly score.

I have Taiwo #1, however he is once again hurt, which would return Keys to #1 if Taiwo can't go. He is a fine athlete; it's a shame he can't get past the injury bug. (That would also move Kemp to 8th).
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