Florida, LSU, Utah

  1. Florida, 197.506
  2. LSU, 197.144
  3. Utah, 197.090
  4. Oklahoma, 196.845
  5. Arkansas, 196.775
  6. Alabama, 196.581
  7. Denver, 196.544
  8. Michigan, 196.538
  9. Iowa, 196.531
  10. UCLA, 196.450

In pretty much every respect, Iowa’s performance on Saturday was a big deal.

The 196.800 total score ranks tied for 4th on Iowa’s all-time score list (the team record is 197.150), and Iowa notched a victory over the supposedly better Minnesota team as it continues a surprising assault on conference supremacy.

The original posted meet score of 196.825 would have tied Iowa with Michigan for first in the Big Ten this week.


Arizona State’s gigantic 197.150 in falling to Utah on Saturday isn’t breaking team records the way Iowa’s results have been because, a couple decades ago, ASU was a 198y team.

But this performance should be treated with similar significance. The vault and bars rotations on Friday were the best I’ve seen an Arizona State team look on those events.

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Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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