Men’s NCAA – Oklahoma dynasty

1. Oklahoma 414.858
2. Minnesota 411.923
3. Illinois 411.689
4. Stanford 408.725
5. Nebraska 403.589
6. Penn State 401.991

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… The Sooners had fallen behind by about 4 points after struggling on their third event (SR). Stanford’s strong start and Illinois lighting up the scoreboard on VT (72.464), put the Sooners in a precarious position. Needing to score 71-plus on their next event (VT) to keep pace, Oklahoma incredibly did a little lighting up of their own. …

Moldauer captured his second NCAA AA title (87.298) with his season-high score, surpassing his closest competitor by over 4 points. …

Oklahoma Makes It Four Straight; Moldauer Romps to 2nd AA Title

Coach Justin Spring is hurting for his guys. They were possibly the best team on the floor in Super 6. But dropped to 3rd with 5-6 falls. Minnesota had no falls.

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3 thoughts on “Men’s NCAA – Oklahoma dynasty”

  1. You wrote: “Coach Justin Spring is hurting for his guys. They were possibly the best team on the floor in Super 6. ”

    Oklahoma has won 4-straight titles, 97 meets in a row, and bested Illinois head-to-head three different times this season. Kinda makes me wonder what they’d need to do to convince you they were for sure the best team on the floor.

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      1. To each their own, but it seems like the team that won every meet and has won 4 in a row has done more than enough to prove themselves as the best team on the floor that night, and every other night.

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