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Softballjunkie223

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Glad she left terrible pitcher
34sDad

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Don't think she's with anybody yet.  Just rumors.
Sec_fan91

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Her wind up and delivery was super weird. Her arm was severely bent
SECFan04

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She has talent but I am not sure the Weekly's would be the ones to make the correct adjustments for her

Maybe a fresh start with a coach with a good pitching background could make a difference for her 
Stephen

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Sprang to Oklahoma State
Softballjunkie223

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Duh
gtwstock

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1. UF
2. UGA
3. UT
4. USC
5. LSU
6. KY
7. Ark
8. bama
9. Auburn
10. MSU
11. TAMU
12. Mizzou
13. Ole Miss
Gatorzzz2014

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Originally Posted by gtwstock
1. UF
2. UGA
3. UT
4. USC
5. LSU
6. KY
7. Ark
8. bama
9. Auburn
10. MSU
11. TAMU
12. Mizzou
13. Ole Miss
If Jennifer Rocha leaves Florida for Oklahoma as some have stated, do you still see Florida on top of the sec standings?
Sec_fan91

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1. UF
2. UGA
3. UT
4. USC
5. LSU
6. KY
7. Ark
8. bama
9. Auburn
10. MSU
11. TAMU
12. Mizzou
13. Ole Miss


I would put Arkansas in front of LSU & KY
dws3665

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I would put Arkansas in front of LSU & KY


Is UGA that high based on their offense? I’m still a bit concerned about their pitching. Also, at the opposite end, Ole Miss behind Mizzou? Guess I need to study up on those rosters.
jayrot

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LSU at 5 seems a little sketchy.  We shall see though.
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Until UGA proves they have a staff that can take them far into games, there is absolutely no way they will be 2nd in the conference. Arkansas will place higher than Kentucky and LSU.

1) Florida
2) Tennessee
3) South Carolina
4) Arkansas
5) Georgia
6) Kentucky
7) LSU
8) Alabama
9) Mississippi State
10) Auburn
11) Texas A&M
12) Missouri
13) Ole Miss
SECFan04

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LSU at 5 seems a little sketchy.  We shall see though.


Too high as of now, a lot of unknown in the circle even though I think they have some good incoming kids and MB is a year older, but thats why we play the game. Even with the addition of Amanda Sanchez, there are some holes that need to be closed up in the lineup.  

I feel good about Arkansas being in the top 6 for next season, the pitchers are a year older. The offense has been improving each season and they return many contributors at the plate. 

Alabama I would expect to improve but it really depends on how Fouts does as a true freshman. If Fouts doesn't pan out as a freshman it could be rocky in the circle for the Tide. I would think the offense will be better, Hemphill is back, Tow was phenomenal as a true freshman, add Wallace to next years squad.  

I don't think Georgia finishes in the top 2 in the SEC unless some magic happens this offseason with the kids in the circle, there is a lot of unknowns and inconsistency. Pitching matters in the SEC. 
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8. bama

IMO, way too low.  I have Bama finishing no worse than 4th.  They will have a pitching staff this coming year that they haven't had the past few years.  Wallace is coming in with a reputation for a big bat.  I am not sure of the status on Hemphill's foot injury.  If she is healthy, then her, Tow, Brown and Wallace should produce some runs.  I expect Schroder, Dykes and Jenkins to have a better year than they did last year.  Especially Dykes.
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If bama finishes behind lsu, that is a bad year
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IMO, way too low.  I have Bama finishing no worse than 4th.  They will have a pitching staff this coming year that they haven't had the past few years.  Wallace is coming in with a reputation for a big bat.  I am not sure of the status on Hemphill's foot injury.  If she is healthy, then her, Tow, Brown and Wallace should produce some runs.  I expect Schroder, Dykes and Jenkins to have a better year than they did last year.  Especially Dykes.


2 holdovers, a freshman, and 2 transfers one of which gave up 30 HR in the CAA last year.

And the Freshman is probably the best of the bunch. 

5 Pitchers in that bullpen come Sept 1. And 1 Softball. Now that's a Staff. 


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2 holdovers, a freshman, and 2 transfers one of which gave up 30 HR in the CAA last year.

And the Freshman is probably the best of the bunch. 

5 Pitchers in that bullpen come Sept 1. And 1 Softball. Now that's a Staff. 




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SECFan04

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Rocha to OU definitely will impact Florida in the circle for sure, how much we will see 
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I guess this is going to shake everybody prediction up, I'd be very surprised if  Barnhill  stays...
3leftturns

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https://twitter.com/UKsoftball/status/1019650795527135237
jayrot

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Would Walton try to grab up Cat?
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I guess this is going to shake everybody prediction up, I'd be very surprised if  Barnhill  stays...


One year remaining she won't go anywhere.
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Would Walton try to grab up Cat?


Walton's in the same spot Gasso was in when Lombardi decamped for Oregon -- needing to find someone to handle his pitching staff who has the near the same experience level and gravitas as Jen Rocha.

So, I would guess that Walton will go for someone more established/experienced as a coach. Again, someone who's more a peer.

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Walton's in the same spot Gasso was in when Lombardi decamped for Oregon -- needing to find someone to handle his pitching staff who has the near the same experience level and gravitas as Jen Rocha.

IMO ... NO, he isn't.

Rocha the only assistant out here who would be a level swap with Lombardi

Now, Walton needs to take -- to a degree -- a leap.


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IMO ... NO, he isn't.

Rocha the only assistant out here who would be a level swap with Lombardi

Now, Walton needs to take -- to a degree -- a leap.




I see what you did there.
Softballjunkie223

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Kelly barnhill twitter bio no longer has university of Florida softball on it😳😳😳
3leftturns

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Jaghole.... it wasn't funny enough for one thread, much less two
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Walton's in the same spot Gasso was in when Lombardi decamped for Oregon -- needing to find someone to handle his pitching staff who has the near the same experience level and gravitas as Jen Rocha.

So, I would guess that Walton will go for someone more established/experienced as a coach. Again, someone who's more a peer.


And who would that be?

Can Vann pull a Kirk Walker?

My thought process is who wouldn’t want to play for Walton and Cat. Cat had one talent at TSU. She did quite well with her. Can she succeed with the upgrade in talent-recruiting potential. I think it’d be a natural move for her to prove she can coach at a higher level, and get her prepared for a HC position (if she wants it).
jayrot

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The only “equal” trade that might be out there is Jenn Brundage.
3leftturns

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At the risk of making cjs' head explode.... what about Mike Roberts?

Guy has been pitching coach for two schools that made the Final Four.....

Can anyone else in history say that?
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