Open Turn: College Conference Championship Chat, Round 3

*Video edited by SwimSwam contributor Coleman Hodges.

This isn’t your general preview discussion. Morgan and Garrett are two big swim geeks who are breaking down splits, lineups, and even team chemistry to bring you the most in depth conversation on college conference championships. This week, they look at what went down at Men’s Big 10s, Men’s ACCs, Men’s Big 12s, and Women’s Pac 12s. At Big 10s, Michigan looks impressive but the conference as a whole showed some really great talent. At Men’s ACCs, a streak ended and one team really impressed in the pool. What can anyone learn from Big 12s? At Women’s Pac 12s, the star studded Cal Bears looked tough but there’s one spot where they may have exposed themselves.

Also, what can we expect from Men’s Pac 12s this week?

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7 years ago

Where is the video?

7 years ago

As soon as I say that, the video appears.

Reply to  Danm133
7 years ago

Yeah, there’s a short 2-3 minute lag between we post these videos and when WordPress figures it out and brings them around. Always give it a refresh and see if it pops up.

Derek Mead
7 years ago

I’ve been vocal about this but I believe Michigan will again win nationals. After watching big tens, I believe they rested differently than last year, and the guys who had a drop in performance from conference to NCAAs didn’t rest as much. I am also predicting Kyle Whitaker wins the 200 IM, Bosch win the 200 fly, and Michigan puts all 4 800 free relay members in the top 8 of the 200 free. Also, Shane Ryan of PSU will win the 100 back and 100 free by his senior year, but not this season.

I don’t have any inside info but after watching them swim that’s what I believe will happen. No matter what, I hope it’s a great… Read more »

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No one lives the sport of swimming like Garrett McCaffrey. A Division I swimmer who spent 4 years covering the sport as a journalist, now coaches club swimming and competes as a masters swimmer, Garrett truly lives the sport of swimming. After graduating from University of Missouri’s award winning journalism program …

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