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    Quote Originally Posted by Layfan View Post
    Hee! Ryan deadpanned at the newser "Everything went okay today. Nothing to get excited about."

    Aw! Jeremy just said "So proud of Ryan." Man, what a great guy.
    Where did you get this from, Layfan?
    IceNetwork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Layfan View Post
    As long as Ryan and Jeremy skate well and finish in top 2. Well, at least make the team!

    Go Ryan and Jeremy!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for the great show tonight.
    US men has 3 spots. So Jeremy should be on the team. The question is who is the third one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    US men has 3 spots. So Jeremy should be on the team. The question is who is the third one?
    Goodness...there's five points between 3rd and 10th! It could easily be anybody at this point.

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    Seems Razzano was just held down because he is not a name a new senior with buzz.

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    I'm very proud of Ryan tonight! It would be so cool if he won the national title! It would also be a blessing in disguise for Jeremy since every American men's champion since 2001 has failed to medal at Worlds in the same year. (Shocking, but true. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Layfan View Post
    I wonder why Jeremy is only getting level 2 for his footwork? Anyone shed any light on that? That's a bit disappointing. I though footwork was supposed to be his strong suit. Jeremy's spins are fine but I always wish they were better. Not his greatest strength.
    I suspect that Jeremy was thinking that missing necklace. That was scary, actually.

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    Starting Orders are up for the Men's LP: http://www.usfigureskating.org/leade...6/results.html Interesting that Alissa and Jeremy both skate in the same position, 1st among the top 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by museksk8r View Post
    Starting Orders are up for the Men's LP: http://www.usfigureskating.org/leade...6/results.html Interesting that Alissa and Jeremy both skate in the same position, 1st among the top 3.
    Oh my gosh Ryan is LAST! This is playing out to be some major dramatics here!

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    oh wow, total drama for the show down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    I suspect that Jeremy was thinking that missing necklace. That was scary, actually.
    That's very true. That necklace could have really played a mindgame with him even though he was able to regroup as well as he did; he had to have been thinking in the back of his mind about where it was and what if he got tripped up on it. Maybe a Cassar rule is on the horizon for the figure skating rulebook forbidding the wearing of jewelry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    Will Ryan go for 2 quads in LP? He should. And Jeremy goes for 1 quad. Should be a great showdown. Can't wait!
    it will be very interesting considering Abbott has made it known that he will attempt what he has to based on how everybody else skates. Considering Ryan is skating last, Jeremy will have to throw it all down. btw, what a gracious comment from Jeremy in the press conference and on twitter.What a gentleman :-)

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    Let's say I was looking 4 video of the Nationals SPs, where should I go? I really want to see! I'm freaking out! Is there some secret place I don't know about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by museksk8r View Post
    Maybe a Cassar rule is on the horizon for the figure skating rulebook forbidding the wearing of jewelry.
    I'm wondering why they haven't already all those years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    Looking at protocols:
    Ryan Bradley's combo was worth a whopping 14.97 points.
    Jeremy actually scored +GOE on all his elements, but he got a level 2 on both his spins and his step sequence, so he lost a bunch of points there.
    Brandon just about broke even with GOE, but he had the quad. That helped.
    Too bad about Armin. He actually had +GOE on all his elements except the Lutz, which was downgraded. He had nice PCS (5th)
    Rippon's PCS helped also. He was 4th there. But still very, very said for him.
    Razzano would have done even better if it wasn't for that crazy PCS. He had the 2nd highest TES, but ranked 14th in PCS? What gives?!
    Thanks for the run down. I was at a fancy dinner and didn't watch. From what I am reading Falls in the US are scored stricter in PCs than in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joesitz View Post
    Thanks for the run down. I was at a fancy dinner and didn't watch. From what I am reading Falls in the US are scored stricter in PCs than in Canada.
    Such declaration is not a fact based deduction when you have neither watched the performances nor studied the protocols. It's an easily prompted preconceived notion .

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