Come one, come all. We have more championships going on tomorrow than you could possibly know what to do with. This day is becoming increasingly less frustrating in terms of updates every year, and the addition of a live TV broadcast of Pac-12s helps significantly, as does the fact that the SEC now understands that the internet is a place where information can be communicated to others. They already have the scoring link up this year! I’m so proud.
It’s going to be a lo-ong day, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I’ll be popping in with updates throughout the day, giving special focus to the second sessions of Big Tens, SECs, and Pac-12s. Updates from the Big Ten Championship from those who can watch it on the Big Ten Network would be much appreciated.
A few of the lesser championships will be providing live streams for those interested, so really the only lagging conference is the SEC. We’ll all have to follow the scores together and make really self-righteous, really unsubstantiated comments about them. Yay!
I’ve already picked UCLA for Pac-12s and Florida for SECs, so here it goes for the rest. I say Michigan takes Big Tens with something in the mid 197s. Nebraska will contend but can’t match Michigan’s scoring potential. If Oklahoma wins Big 12s by anything less than 1.500, it counts as an upset. I like NC State to upset Maryland at EAGLs, but I’ll take the top seeds, Denver and Kent State, in their respective conferences.
Saturday – 3/23/13
12:00 ET/9:00 PT – ECAC Championship – William & Mary, Brown, Cornell, Penn, Yale, Temple
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Big Ten Championship – Session 1 –  Illinois,  Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan State
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – ECAC Division II Championship – Bridgeport, Southern Connecticut, West Chester
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – MAC Championship –  Kent State,  Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Bowling Green, Western Michigan, Northern Illinois, Ball State
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – EAGL Championship –  Maryland, NC State, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, George Washington, New Hampshire, Rutgers, Towson
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – SEC Championship – Session 1 –  Auburn,  Arkansas,  Kentucky, Missouri
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – Big 12 Championship –  Oklahoma,  West Virginia, Iowa State
4:30 ET/1:30 PT – Pac-12 Championship – Session 1 –  Arizona, Washington, Arizona State, Cal
6:00 ET/3:00 PT – Big Ten Championship – Session 2 –  Michigan,  Nebraska,  Minnesota,  Penn State
6:00 ET/3:00 PT – MIC Championship – Southeast Missouri, Illinois-Chicago, Illinois State, Texas Woman’s, Lindenwood, Centenary
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – SEC Championship – Session 2 –  Florida,  Alabama,  Georgia,  LSU
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – WAC Championship –  Denver,  Boise State, Southern Utah, Sacramento State, San Jose State, Utah State
9:00 ET/6:00 PT – MPSF Championship – UC Davis, Air Force, Seattle Pacific, Alaska
10:00 ET/7:00 PT – Pac-12 Championship – Session 2 –  Utah,  UCLA,  Oregon State,  Stanford
2 thoughts on “The Conference Championships Ahead”
There will be a live blog of the Big 12 Championships – http://www.cyclones.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=46624&SPID=4246&DB_LANG=C&&ATCLID=205174811&DB_OEM_ID=10700.No
Big 10, 1st session, 1st rotation- Iowa is a mess. 3 falls on beam (all separate routines)
Many of Ohio States vaulters look surprised to land.
Illinois is clearly the top of the class. They will likely win the afternoon session, even if they have to count a fall…
Live scoring: http://www.msuspartans.com/livestats/w-gym/20130323.htm
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