|6 ET/5 CT/4 MT/3 PT Penn State @ Ohio State Buckeye Vision|
7 ET/6 CT/5 MT/4 PT Auburn @ Arkansas SECN+
7 ET/6 CT/5 MT/4 PT Georgia @ Kentucky SECN+
7 ET/6 CT/5 MT/4 PT Alaska @ Centenary
7:30 ET/6:30 CT/5:30 MT/4:30 PT Winona State @ UW La Crosse Video
8 ET/7 CT/6 MT/5 PT Central Michigan @ Illinois State Video
8 ET/7 CT/6 MT/5 PT Lindenwood, UW Whitewater, UW Stout @ Milwaukee, WI
Saturday, Feb. 10th
1 ET/12 CT/11 MT/10 PT West Chester, Brockport @ Cornell Ivy League Network
1 ET/12 CT/11 MT/10 PT Springfield, SCSU & Bridgeport @ Yale Ivy League Network
2 ET/1 CT/12 MT/11 PT UW Oshkosh @ Gustavus Adolphus
4 ET/3 CT/2 MT/1 PT Michigan @ Michigan State BTN +
7 ET/6 CT/5 MT/4 PT Towson @ New Hampshire Live Scores
8 ET/7 CT/6 MT/5 PT Seattle Pacific @ Air Force Live Video
Sunday, Feb. 11th
1 ET/12 CT/11 MT/10 PT Kent State @ Western Michigan ESPN3/Live Scores
1 ET/12 CT/11 MT/10 PT Bowling Green @ Ball State Video
1 ET/12 CT/11 MT/10 PT Rutgers, Brown, West Chester @ Maryland BTN+/ Live Scores
1 ET/12 CT/11 MT/10 PT Bridgeport, Temple, Ursinus @ Pennsylvania
2 ET/1 CT/12 MT/11 PT Stanford @ Arizona Pac12
3 ET/2 CT/1 MT/12 PT Auburn, NC State, Pittsburgh @ Texas Woman’s
3 ET/2 CT/1 MT/12 PT Northern Illinois @ UIC Live Scores
3 ET/2 CT/1 MT/12 PT Alaska @ Centenary
5 ET/3 CT/2 MT/2 PT North Carolina @ Oklahoma Sooner Sports
Is it really week 6? Didn't NCAA season just start like, yesterday? Time sure flies. Even thought Groundhog Day was Friday, ole' Puxatawney Phil predicted six more weeks of gymnastics excellence.
Ole' Phil didn't predict the winner of the national title... just yet.
Week 6 is the half way point of the season and after this week, the rankings will be officially based on RQS (regional qualifying score) so expect some shifts in the rankings when the week is over.
Here are some meets to look forward to this weekend:
# 9 Alabama @ #5 Florida
Florida is doing the usual Florida things and kicking ass and taking names. Alabama has been taking a slow and steady approach. They haven't been making huge waves, and even though they're ranked lower than would be expected, they have consistently remained there. With all the 10's flying around at the UCLA/Oklahoma meet, Florida might just make sure the Gymternet's favorite judge, Carol is back to throw a few crack 10's their way.
Illinois @ Minnesota
While these aren't the show-runners of Florida and LSU and all the SEC sparkles, Minnesota has been making a name for itself with strong Freshmen such as Lexy Ramler who is taking the Big 10 by the horns this year and basically being amazing. Even though this is during the confluence of every other Friday meet in existence, maybe it's time to throw the Big10 a little Friday love.
# 17 Arizona State @ # 2 Utah
It's another weekend at the Jon Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City. This is a Pac12 meet up between the once and future national champs, Utah and a team on the rise, Arizona State. While Utah will always bring their A game, the nation is really keen on the underdogs of ASU, who are seeing some daylight after years of darkness. Freshman Cairo Leonard-Baker has been drawing some attention the Sun-Devils way. And while the other teams have Olympians, Anne Kuhm of France as a freshman allows ASU to say "yeah, we have an amazing Olympian too."
# 21 George Washington, #27 West Virginia @ #12 Denver
Denver will have their meet streaming on FloGymnastics week as they are in a tri-meet against everyone's favorite hipster team, George Washington and their conference companion, West Virginia. Denver won their quad meet against BYU, Ball State and Bowling Green last weekend with a high 196.75, Denver's looking towards a 197 plus to get them in a good ranking position for RQS. Fingers crossed that the bars situation is figured out this week.