Tuesday, September 22, 2009

BRINGING ON COLLEGE GYM-TASTICS!




Yes, the fun and fluffy hair season of USA college gymnastics is nearly upon us, bringing so many questions with it;

Will the college world cope with the new Final Four contest?

Will Jay keep the dawgs on top?

Will McCool get through a season without an injury?

Has Miss Val shaken the nerves out of those talented freshmen-now-sophomores?

Will Cassidy McCombs hair get any weirder?

Will LSU's D-D Breaux clothes get any more AB Fab?




Will the Gators come back from the slight lull in their rise in the ranks?

Will Brittany McCulloch complete her tumbling comeback?

Will Shayla Worley snaffle every bit of attention from the other dawg, leading to a hotbed of resentment and jealousy among those 'love you like a sister' good girls in Athens?

Will Arkansas continue its major improvements made last year?


Seriously, I am not sure what to think about the new final Four change.  I totally get what Greg Marsden says about it making the competition shorter, and easier to understand with only four rotations.  But it does limit the element of surprise.  Teams like Arkansas, who practically snuck into the Super Six, could probably not manage to penetrate a Final Four.

This means that we will probably just see the same teams, year after year, in the finals.  And yes, of course they deserve to be there, but I liked having a surprise new team to admire and encourage.  That's what keep them working even harder for it the next season.

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1 comment:

  1. Will McCool get through a season without an injury?
    Damn, I hope so.

    Will Cassidy McCombs hair get any weirder?
    More than likely!

    Will the Gators come back from the slight lull in their rise in the ranks?
    Yes please!

    Will Brittany McCulloch complete her tumbling comeback?
    Seems likely to me.

    Will Shayla Worley snaffle every bit of attention from the other dawg, leading to a hotbed of resentment and jealousy among those 'love you like a sister' good girls in Athens?
    LOL. yes.

    Will Arkansas continue its major improvements made last year?
    Hope so.

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