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Thread: National Trial Competition - TYLA Regionals 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHD222 View Post
    Yea, you should not have too much of a problem putting together a decent case by that point.
    9 days of prep. We swept. lol. Got comments on the over-rehearsed nature of our material.
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    Chicago-Kent won the TYLA National Trial Competition's Midwest region. We beat both Loyola teams and defending champion, Northwestern, in the process. See you in Texas!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edub View Post
    Chicago-Kent won the TYLA National Trial Competition's Midwest region. We beat both Loyola teams and defending champion, Northwestern, in the process. See you in Texas!!
    Yes. Our Kent teams were fantastic. John Marshall also advanced. As always, the talent level was tremendous. I don't know that there can be much dispute that Region 8 is toughest in the country.

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    Lost a split decision to UMD in the final round of Region 4. This time I was opening, for a change. Congrats to Maryland and Georgetown for moving on, good luck in TX.

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    highlight thus far of region 9 competition: Jonathan Hartsfield's Drake team hits Andrew Blackwell's Mizzou team in the second round. I didn't see the round, myself, but I've been told it looked like a murder to the three pint drinking eye witnesses.

    (obviously, the last part was a joke. I have no real intel on how the round went.)
    Minnesota Mock, doing it right since 1987

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    Question

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    Jonathan Hartsfield's Drake team hits Andrew Blackwell's Mizzou team
    Who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Please State Your Name View Post
    Who?
    Second time I've had to post this video tonight.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ug0ioB4_o6Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHamborgler View Post
    highlight thus far of region 9 competition: Jonathan Hartsfield's Drake team hits Andrew Blackwell's Mizzou team in the second round. I didn't see the round, myself, but I've been told it looked like a murder to the three pint drinking eye witnesses.

    (obviously, the last part was a joke. I have no real intel on how the round went.)
    Hartsfield v. Blackwell rematch? I'd have paid $49.99 to watch that on pay-per-view.
    I post in my personal capacity, not on behalf of AMTA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MizzouMock View Post
    Hartsfield v. Blackwell rematch? I'd have paid $49.99 to watch that on pay-per-view.
    For those curious, Blackwell (Mizzou) took all three ballots off of Hartsfield (Drake). I don't know the exact margins, but it was all single digits.

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    Any word on the final four teams at nationals this weekend?

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    Baylor closed out finals and took first and second place at this tournament. Joel Towner, who was on the Drake teams in undergrad, was on one of the teams. Coached by Robert Little & Prof. Gerald Powell. Not a bad showing.

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