We imagine the thread will be rocking as many of you won't want to pay $30 to watch.
First thing first, it's important to note that the race start times have been moved up due to weather concerns. The women will start at 9:00 am ET. Men will start at 10:00 am ET.
If it's not past 9 am ET on Satuday, then you can still enter our free prediction contest. Who knows, maybe you'll win $200,017 dollars.
The key link for everyone on race day is going to be the live results page. Even if you are in Louisville, you may not really know what's going on unless you have access to live splits. Last year, there were problems with them so let's hope the NCAA has figured it out. If you are watching the flotrack stream, the stream is normally like close to a minute behind real time so it's possible the live link action may be the most live thing going on on Saturday. You can get live mid-race splits for all races D1, D2 and D3 at the following link.
If you haven't read our previews, you can find them on the front page or on the 2017 NCAA XC page.