The weak apparatus for LSU is Bars, yet Jay Clark’s LSU Bar lineup outscored his old team. Again.
Going into the final rotation, the No. 7 Georgia gymnastics team was trailing No. 5 LSU by .075, six hit beam routines couldn’t turn the tables as the Gym Dogs went on to finished with a 196.825 to LSU’s 197.050.
The Gym Dogs’ (6-6-1, 4-3-1 SEC) hit six for six on beam for the first time since Jan. 26 and posted their second-highest beam score of the season, but it wasn’t enough to overcome an uncharacteristic slow start. …
They are loving this season.
(via Balance Beam Situation – All Kinds of Friday Action – Florida, Oklahoma, Georgia, LSU, UCLA, Alabama)