Full Video NCAA Men’s 4×400 Where Texas A&M Wins 2017 NCAA Championship Over Florida

By LetsRun.com
March 11, 2017

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — As we recapped here, the men’s NCAA championships came down to the 4×400.

With only the 4×400 remaining, the team standings were as follows:

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38 Oregon
37.5 Florida
36 Texas A&M

Oregon, with no 4×400 squad entered, was maxed out, but Texas A&M and Florida didn’t just have the top two seeds — they had the two fastest relay squads in NCAA history, the Aggies running a collegiate-record 3:02.39 at the SEC Championships, .34 ahead of the Gators.

Whichever of the two teams Florida or A&M finished ahead of the other would win the NCAA championships. Texas A&M had individual 400m champ Fred Kerley on the first leg and his brother Mylik on the anchor. We won’t say too much about it in case you haven’t seen it. Read about it here or just watch it below.

LRC Best Ending Ever? Texas A&M Men Win Their First NCAA Indoor Title by Half a Point After Coming from Behind to Win 4×400

 

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