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Gym dogs live scoring against defending national champions. Gym dogs scored 49.600 on bars, highest since 1999!

Alabama Claims NCAA Women's Gymnastics Title


As much as I hate to see our biggest historic gymnastics rival win a national championship, it probably is best for Georgia that the club did not grow any larger this year. Alabama edged UCLA for the honor; the Crimson Tide and the Bruins are two of the four teams to have captured NCAA gymnastics championships in the history of the sport. Georgia and Utah are the other two. Oklahoma and Nebraska finished third and fourth, respectively, and Florida finished fourth in its opening session, failing to advance to the Super Six. While the Gators' disappointing finish in their session likely provides cover for Jay Clark after Georgia's similar finish in the earlier preliminary heat, the Sooners' failure to make the grade probably increases the likelihood that Oklahoma's K.J. Kindler could be pried away from Norman, since her prospects for winning a national title in Athens would appear to be better. I just hope we don't hang onto Coach Clark a year too long and lose our chance of landing Coach Kindler when, as inevitably will occur, Greg McGarity must make a change. Go 'Dawgs!

Marcia Newby Named Female Sports Scholar of the Year


Unfortunately, I didn't see this on Twitter until after I posted Manic Kyle Monday. (Hat tip: NCT.) Go 'Dawgs!

Congratulations to UCLA on the 2010 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship!


The five-time defending national champion Gym Dogs were not even present for the NCAA Championships in women's gymnastics, which qualifies this season as an unmitigated disaster, but UCLA took home the title. This is good news, because it means third-place Alabama and fifth-place Florida didn't win the title. Georgia, Alabama, UCLA, and Utah remain the only four teams ever to have won national championships in collegiate women's gymnastics. In the individual competition, Georgia's Courtney McCool finished tied for second place on the balance beam. Go 'Dawgs!

David Hale Interviews Hall of Fame-Bound Suzanne Yoculan


The honor is richly deserved and Coach Yoculan remains a good interview, as always. Go 'Dawgs!

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