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    Final straight must've felt infinite to Tucker.
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    1 Quincy HALL JR South Carolina 49.01 Q 3 (1)
    2 Taylor MCLAUGHLIN SR Michigan 49.28 Q 2 (1) SB
    3 Robert GRANT SR Texas A&M 49.39 (49.390) Q 2 (2) SB
    3 Norman GRIMES SO Texas Tech 49.39 (49.390) Q 3 (2)
    5 Cameron SAMUEL SO USC 49.61 q 2 (3)
    6 James SMITH FR Arizona 49.67 q 3 (3) PB
    7 Travean CALDWELL JR Arkansas 49.75 3 (4) PB
    8 Amere LATTIN SR Houston 49.95 Q 1 (1)
    9 Quivell JORDAN SO Houston 50.37 3 (5)
    10 Akeem LINDO FR N. Carolina A&T 50.38 2 (4) PB
    11 Nick HILSON JR Arkansas 50.42 2 (5) PB
    12 Jaelen WILLIAMS JR Hampton 50.50 2 (6)
    13 Infinite TUCKER JR Texas A&M 50.54 3 (6)
    14 Martice MOORE SR Louisville 50.59 Q 1 (2)
    15 Robert DUNNING JR Alabama 50.71 1 (3)
    16 Miles GREEN FR Virginia Tech 50.80 1 (4)
    17 Cory POOLE SO Florida 50.83 1 (5)
    18 Jonathan HARVEY JR Oregon 51.23 3 (7)
    19 Denzel VILLAMAN JR Florida 51.26 2 (7)
    20 Rasheed TATHAM SR Miss State 51.28 2 (8)
    21 Eric FOGLTANZ JR Iowa State 52.09 1 (6)
    22 Collin HARDEN JR Youngstown St. 52.30 2 (9)
    23 Paramveer CHOHAN JR California 52.36 3 (8)
    24 Roland AMARTEIFIO JR Michigan 52.95 1 (7)
    25 Chris DOUGLAS SR Iowa 53.15 1 (8)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm View Post
    The Michigan kid in the outside lane certainly has an argument to be advanced after that stupid obstruction by one of the LJ contestants.
    sure give him one of those vacant lane 1s (what a reward!)
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    It hurts watching Hall run. That could have clearly been a sub 48 second run.
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    1 Quincy HALL JR South Carolina 48.48 PB
    2 Norman GRIMES SO Texas Tech 48.71 PB
    3 Amere LATTIN SR Houston 48.72 PB
    4 Taylor MCLAUGHLIN SR Michigan 48.85 PB
    5 James SMITH FR Arizona 49.72
    6 Cameron SAMUEL SO USC 49.83
    7 Martice MOORE SR Louisville 50.14
    Robert GRANT SR Texas A&M DQ
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    4 under 49, not bad depth.

    [Grant with a PR after missing last outdoor season due to injury. Edit: oopsie]
    Last edited by gm; 06-08-2019 at 02:11 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm View Post
    Grant with a PR after missing last outdoor season due to injury.
    Now Grant DQ'ed
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATK View Post
    Now Grant DQ'ed
    I saw that the race was under review and I just assumed they were reviewing every step of Hall's race with the thinking that he HAD to do something outside the rules. That was insane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATK View Post
    It hurts watching Hall run.
    I was thinking the same thing. You can't be a hurdles coach and not want to get your mitts on him!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATK View Post
    It hurts watching Hall run. That could have clearly been a sub 48 second run.
    Hall told me he agrees with you: https://trackandfieldnews.com/ncaa-m...e-good-enough/
    "Run fast and keep turning left."
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