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73: When is a 10 a 10?

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The Tigress Giantess! We love 5′ 9″, former elite, current All-American, Sarie Morrison of LSU.


In the News

In the news, Uncle Tim, Evan, and Jessica chat about:

  • Favorite moments from our John Orozco interview
  • Kytra Hunter and Bridget Sloan 10’s versus the Dabrtiz 9.975
  • A judge responds: taking .025 deductions
  • Michigan’s eight (yes, eight!) E level mounts on floor. Whaaaaa?!
  • The Gopher who’s tunneling into our hearts, Minnesota’s Lindsay “Precision” Mable
  • Danna Durante speaks out on early recruiting
  • LSU’s exquisit gymnastics giantess, 5′ 9″, Sarie Morrison

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10 years ago

I think you guys missed a big factor in the Sloan/Hunter 10 debate. Whether anyone wants to admit it or not, judges score on a sliding scale. They judge the gymnasts against each other. I think the biggest influence on the scoring in their routines was the scoring of the routine directly before that. Rachel Spicer scored a 9.975 on a routine that was definitely not a 9.975 routine. Sloan and Hunter had obviously superior routines compared to hers. The only place to go with the scores was up in comparison and the result was a 10. They might not have been perfect routines but after Spicer’s 9.975, they definitely deserved to be scored higher than that.

10 years ago

YES, I do remember the “I love you, Tasha!” moment.
Later on that broadcast she thanked the fan/stalker for the love, she said it helped her.

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