Keeping Up with the Cool GIFs – Week 7

This week…

The theme was no feet, just vibes

Well maybe one foot, one vibe

Or maybe no vibes, 9 ghosts

I swear she saw one

JaFree checked to see if this was one of those dismounts the judges watched or nah

Lean-anne sold the landings

And there was solid constructive criticism

We switched over to NQS and Oklahoma was like

While Kentucky set a program record and fell in the rankings

Payton, how’s beam?

Payton, how’s floor?

Payton, how’s…rainbows?

Auburn rested Suni on two events

And UCLA said thanks for the ranking

Stanford thrusted toward its first regular-season 197 in 7 years

Arkansas was on track for a program record before a 47.075 on beam

KJ Johnson celebrated beating Florida so hard she broke her foot

And Utah was like, “It’s fine. We’re fine. It’s fine.”


We looked at Pac-12 scoring like

And had to cool down because senior nights are just around the corner

So settle in

4 thoughts on “Keeping Up with the Cool GIFs – Week 7”

  1. If ever there was a time for a PAC 12 inquiry it was Hoffman vault. Even a 9.85 for a 10 vault with a medium hop would have won the meet. Tom should look disgruntled. Really wish he had done that inquiry. I never comment but that meet was the worst scoring of the year. Utah vault sucked but floor scores for ASU were a gift from the gods. TOM. Inquire. The team deserved it

    1. That’s how I feel! Even with the Oklahoma meet, Oklahoma was the better team there. But this meet I feel like I can honestly say that ASU was not the better team.

    2. What you are asking for does not exist. A coach can not inquire about a gymnast’s score, they can only inquire about start value. Hoffman received a 10.0 SV for her Yurchenko 1 1/2. Tom could not inquire anything.

      ASU AND Utah received some impossible scores in that meet. Both were overscored.

      Not sure why you chose the Hoffman vault as example of an underscore. The judges went 9.800 and 9.850 for an average of 9.825 for that vault. That is the proper score.
      Hoffman’s Yurchenko 1 1/2 at this meet had two deductions. The hop was .1 and their were some tucked knees for up to .1
      A 9.800 is reasonable with .1 for hop and .1 knees. A 9.850 is also reasonable for .05 knees and .1 hop.
      The hop is a non-negotiable .1 it is clear as day. In order to go 9.900 the knees would have to be ignored and they simply can’t.

      Also your math is off. Even if judge 1 gave Hoffman a 9.850 the average would still be 9.850 and Utah still loses 197.550-197.525.

      Either way you cannot ask for something that is impossible, Don’t question Tom for not doing something that isn’t something he can do as a coach.

      Utah struggled on vault at Metroplex as well as at ASU. The vault struggles at Metroplex were even before McCallum’s injury.
      The reigning national vault champion fell in Tempe.
      Something is going on with the team on vault. It’s not the judges. Hopefully they can overcome the McCallum vault injury and get back to being refocused on that event. If Utah wants to challenge for a national title they will need to have an outstanding vault rotation up against Michigan and Oklahoma.

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